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.
Four women from the Harrogate district are cycling a total of 2,000 miles in a month to fundraise for a teenager's life-changing surgery. Mia Wright, 14, who has scoliosis, which causes a severe curvature and rotation of the spine, was diagnosed when she was eight...
North Yorkshire public health officials have urged people not to hold Bonfire Night events at home this year in order to tackle the spread of coronavirus.
A Knaresborough carer wanted to boost the morale of her care home residents after hearing them talk about missing the outdoors. Several local photographers came forward donating images to bring the outside in for residents.
The scouts are asking people in Pannal to carve, draw or paint pumpkins and then display them in windows or gardens as a socially distanced alternative to trick or treating.
It happened in a house at the junction of Strawberry Dale and Woodbine Terrace. The fire was reported to North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service at 4.50pm.
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.
Brackenfield School worked with local artist James Brunt to challenge pupils to produce art with one hundred fallen leaves.
Broadband speeds, green space and low crime rates earned Harrogate top spot — but we asked the people who live here if they agree.
With most Remembrance Day services and parades cancelled, organisers are encouraging people to commemorate the fallen by holding two-minute silences at home.
The volunteer-run libraries were recognised in North Yorkshire’s Library of the Year award.
The Harrogate Islamic Association has set its sights on a hall attached to Trinity Methodist Church on Park Drive, close to the Stray and town centre. It originally planned to convert the former Nidderdale Children’s Resource Centre in Starbeck but encountered planning problems.
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.