The fifth Women on Tap festival will take place from June 9 to 13. Organiser Rachel Auty hopes it will encourage women to explore beer and break the stereotype that it’s a man’s drink.
Women on Tap, a community interest company in Harrogate celebrating females in the beer industry, is to stage its fifth festival from June 9 to 13. The company, which was established in 2017 by Harrogate beer enthusiasts Rachel Auty and Andrew Cameron, has previously...
The £1million replacement of Harrogate Theatre’s 120-year-old roof is set to get underway next month after councillors agreed funding for the project. The building is owned by Harrogate Borough Council which.
Four culture and arts organisations in the Harrogate district have been awarded funding as part of the government’s culture recovery fund. Cause UK, Harrogate Theatre and Harrogate International Festivals have all secured grants.
The 45-acre site in Grewelthorpe is home to 80 outdoor sculptures and nearly 20,000 plants. It will reopen on Good Friday. The actor, Joanna Lumley, who is patron of the gardens said:”They are a slice of paradise”
This year marks 100 years of The Rotary Club of Harrogate. The organisation hit its centennial on January 8 and have multiple celebratory events planned for this year.
After achieving its £50,000 target to stay open, Stumps Cross Caverns has set a new fundraising goal. It says the extra money will be spent improving its 3D virtual tour and make the attraction more inclusive.
To mark the venue’s milestone, Harrogate Spring Water is planning to create limited-edition anniversary labels for its bottles, to be sold at the Royal Albert Hall and selected other outlets, with help from aspiring creatives.
Ripley Castle has received a grant from Historic England to repair a number of outbuildings. The group of garden buildings are thought to have been designed in 1785.
Like many organisations, Harrogate Theatre hopes Monday’s government announcement on the route out of lockdown brings hopes of a brighter future. Chief executive David Bown reflects on the last year and reveals plans to put on a show by the end of 2021.
Renovations to install a lift have begun, in the hope that the Playhouse will be ready to reopen in the autumn. Pateley Bridge Dramatic Society is trying to raise £35,000 to fund the scheme.
After setting up online tutorials last year, keen crafter Felicity Jennings said interest in her work has soared – and she is now being invited to teach sessions around the world.
When he was a small child with autism, James Owen Thomas enjoyed visiting art galleries and picking up litter in parks and playgrounds. Now he uses disused materials, such as scratch cards and ring pulls, to create art with a message, and has found new inspiration in lockdown.