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...
Four women from Harrogate are cycling a total distance of 2000 miles in one month to raise money for a teenage dancer’s life changing surgery.
The charitable move, which hundreds of cafes and restaurants across the country are also doing, follows a controversial vote in Parliament. Check our list to see how many places are giving away food and essentials to those most in need this week.
The charity’s service offers those struggling with their mental health the opportunity to be matched with a volunteer to offer them the ability to socialise. So far it has only received a “few” volunteers and is in need of many more.
Resurrected Bites has received almost 3,000 calls for help since lockdown began in March, delivering three days’ worth of food, toiletries and cleaning products to the equivalent of 4,528 adults and 2,807 children.
There is a world of difference between the pastoral peace of the Yorkshire Dales and countries devastated by war, famine and political unrest, but for one refugee family, Nidderdale could offer new hope.
Paul Welch started by cooking meals for his daughters who both work in the NHS. But he wanted to help more people so partnered with Supporting Older People (SOP).
Jane Ray created the five-feet tall paper mache giraffe based on the main character of a book called Zeraffa Girraffa back in 2014. It is now touring the district’s shop windows to raise money for the town’s Trussell Trust food bank.
See the stunning displays of poppies in Ripon and Harrogate in our picture gallery. Many of the thousands of knitted poppies were made by those involved in the Ripon Community Poppy Project.
Paintings donated to Harrogate Hospital & Community Charity by wildlife artist Jos Haigh will be sold at a preview event at the town’s Cedar Court Hotel.
The charity offers survivors a network of people with lived experience, contacts to necessary services such as the food bank and helpful advice if women are having to go through family court.
Without the means to collect money the sleigh would burn a hole in the finances with running costs around £1,000 a year.