Many businesses are finding ways of tackling the issue of food poverty and for a Ripon-based pie producer a link up with the charity FoodCycle is its way of lending a helping hand
Yorkshire Handmade Pies, a company based on the outskirts of Ripon, has formed a partnership to support the charity FoodCycle. The environmentally-focused charity runs community projects across the country serving meals made from surplus food which would otherwise...
Years after the tarmac roads around Ripon Market Square were replaced with block paving, councillors are now calling for a return to the original surface
Rebecca Lombardi, owner of The Clothing Store of Knaresborough, explains how her passion for clothes for all shapes and sizes has lead her to open a store on the town’s high street.
Joe Manby Ltd, which employed more than 30 people and had existed since 1974, has been devastated by the impact of coronavirus. It organised more than 50 events a year.
The government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme may have ended in August but it proved so popular some Harrogate district restaurants have announced they are continuing to offer versions of the initiative into November. Find out who is taking part.
Councillors hope the extension of the measures will give shoppers more confidence. Some traffic cones will be replaced by planters to make the streets more attractive.
Infinity & Co started as an online venture but now Sam McDermid and Neil Thompson are opening their first physical shop in Victoria Shopping Centre on Sunday.
In a year of lockdown and losses for retailers, Ripon councillors hope the lights will provide a festive boost to trade. The city council is spending £65,000 extra on the lights this year.
Samantha Nelson, daughter of previous landlord John Nelson, has applied for a licence to sell alcohol from 10am to midnight seven days a week. The fate of the pub, which had its licence revoked in July, is set to be resolved next week.
The Refilling Station, which encourages people to bring their own containers, moved to new premises on Cold Bath Road this month as the concept of more sustainable living takes off in Harrogate.
Harrogate Mumbler and the Harrogate Business Improvement District hope the trail will entertain children during the half-term holiday and encourage families to support the town centre.
Liz Carnell, from Bilton, bought the model in July 2018 but had to return it six months later when the back collapsed. She was assured a hazard form would be filled out but the “dangerous” model was only recalled this month.