The Stray Foodie reviews her dining experience at Grantham Arms in Boroughbridge, detailing her thoughts on the vegetables and service.
Stray Foodie is a bi-monthly food review written by Michelin-starred chef, Frances Atkins. In 1997, Frances opened the Yorke Arms near Pateley Bridge, where she was the owner for 20 years. During her ownership, she held her Michelin-star status for 16 of those years....
Linden Homes will reduce the number of 4 and 5-bedroom homes at its Riverside Mills development as a response to “market conditions”.
A blue plaque was unveiled in Boroughbridge yesterday. It commemorates the UCI World Championship under 23s racing through the town last year.
The list of events in the Harrogate area is greatly reduced this year due to coronavirus. But there are many free virtual events across England instead.
Tourism has returned to Boroughbridge with one hotel saying recent weeks had “exceeded expectations” due to the Eat Out to Help Out scheme and staycations.
The Crown Inn, in Roecliffe near Boroughbridge, has reopened with new managers and owners. It has been bought by the Coastal and Country Inns group, which says it hopes to maintain its quintessentially British style and prominence in the village.
North Yorkshire Police has reported an increase in burglaries at new housing sites across the district. Boroughbridge, Harrogate, Knaresborough and Ripon have been targeted.
There is still no news about whether the pub will reopen its doors following the coronavirus pandemic.
Following the success of the Eat Out to Help Out scheme, some restaurants in the district are choosing to extend the scheme at their own expense. West Park Hotel and The Empress in Harrogate, and the Grantham Arms in Boroughbridge, will all offer discounts for diners in September.
Geoffrey Crowther was jailed at York Crown Court today after being charged with taking indecent photographs of a three-year-old girl among other offences.
Boroughbridge Community Care has offered support for those within its community and wider towns, following covid the charity is in need of further funding and additional volunteers. It hopes to resume its usual services and offer additional help to cover the increasing demand.
A standup paddle board litter pick event has proved extremely popular in Boroughbridge tomorrow. The outdoor event booked up in seconds after being announced.