An open day on October 2 will give people the chance to tour the studios, listen to a show going out live and even get behind a microphone and take on the role of a presenter.
Harrogate Hospital Radio is inviting people to tour the station and even try being a DJ on air. The charity broadcaster, which is run by volunteers and based in Harrogate District Hospital, will host an open day from 9am to 6pm on Saturday, October 2, Visitors will be...
Geek Retreat recently opened a branch for videogame, sci-fi, and anime lovers on Harrogate’s Oxford Street. It’s now teamed up with Pride in Diversity to ensure the venue is friendly to people with autism.
Harrogate and London have been chosen as the only UK locations for the talks by Khabib Nurmagomedov, who has 30 million followers on Instagram and beat Conor McGregor.
The former BBC Look North presenter is asking members of the public to nominate people who have gone above and beyond to help others. Each will feature in a series of ‘Harry’s Heroes’ podcasts with the public choosing a winner who’ll receive a fabulous prize.
There are healthy signs on Ripon’s high street, with investment bringing two new openings today..
The Harrogate charity is encouraging people to dress in purple, hold purple-themed work days and organise purple-themed bake sales to raise money during Hospice Care Week.
Set up three years ago, the local lotto has raised over £160,000 for local causes, with over 1,000 people playing.
Oatlands Drive will be closed to traffic as five events are held on the Stray to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
A charity wellbeing and fitness event is being held in the grounds of Ripon Cathedral today in an effort to bring the community together after the pandemic and to raise funds for the city’s YMCA branch.
A small team of parents at the local village Bishop Monkton are holding a fun run to raise money for their primary school.
The fundraising afternoon was held at The Magdalens pub after covid put paid to the traditional mayor’s ball. Proceeds will be shared between Ripon Vision Support and the Ripon Christmas Lights Appeal.
Staff at The Log Shed had planned to raise money for charities with their friend and BBC radio presenter Dom Busby. After his death in June, they now hope to raise £40,000 in his memory.