There are people in the Ripon who go the extra mile, give you the extra smile and make society a better place. Among them, are these nominees for the city’s Community Diamond Award
Seventeen people have been nominated so far by Stray Ferret readers for our Ripon Community Diamond award, which recognises outstanding service to the community. Nominations close at the end of January and the independent judges already have a very high calibre list...
Councillors plan to install lights that could turn red on Valentine’s Day, green on St Patrick’s Day and red, white and blue on the Queen’s birthday, on five roundabouts on Ripon bypass.
Have you decided to learn a new skill or revisit a previous hobby? We asked what you are doing in lockdown three – today we look at a new found love of painting and a return to an old passion for crafting
People who go the extra mile to help others have played a vital role in the pandemic. The Ripon Community Diamond award celebrates them and today we take a closer look at more nominees.
Knaresborough Museum Association publishes plans showing how the town’s former Castle Girls’ School could look when it is transformed into a museum.
Six members of the GMB union held flags and banners by the Prince of Wales Roundabout today as part of their eighth day of industrial action against proposed new terms.
Nominations are in for the Ripon Community Diamond prize. Seventeen people have been put forward to win a diamond prize worth up to £1,000, donated by Red Buttons Jewellers and Hedley Hall. Over the next few days we’ll be profiling some of those who’ve been working selflessly for others.
17 year old Ellie Bestington, is fundraising for the British Exploring Society so she can go on a three-week expedition to Canada. During her trip she will be exploring the natural world with experts.
A teaching assistant and singer from Harrogate has dreamed of this moment for years – only 500 downloads stand between him and a record contract.
HG1 Radio has set up a studio in Doors Direct’s showroom on Claro Road, ready to welcome its team when covid restrictions allow.
Steve Phillip set up The Jordan Legacy following the death of his son in 2019. The charity is committed to improving people’s wellbeing and the support available for them.
Harrogate’s wintry landscape inspired two local photographers to finish first and third in the website StormHour’s weekly weather photography competition, which is run in conjunction with the Royal Meteorology Society and attracts hundreds of entries.