Children visited Birchfield Ice Cream Farm as part of a Yorkshire Agricultural Society initiative to teach young people how food goes from the field to their dinner plate.
Schoolchildren enjoyed a different kind of lesson today when they visited a Summerbridge farm to learn how food goes from the field to the dinner plate. The children visited Birchfield Ice Cream Farm as part of a new initiative from Yorkshire Agricultural Society. The...
Dean Lund from Knaresborough set up his autistic boxing classes after his two children were diagnosed with the condition. His classes are designed to help build confidence and improve fitness.
Fourteen year old Imogen Clawson, a student at Harrogate Grammar, had her acting debut last year in the first series of the show. Tonight she’s back on the telly for series 2.
A group of parents will take part in the protest on Oatlands Drive at 10.30am. One says vaccinating children in schools is is ‘a disgrace’.
North Yorkshire County Council announced last year it would review the future of the site but a consultation revealed overwhelming support to maintain the facility and next week the council’s executive will be recommended to approve funding for redevelopment.
Springwater School, which offers a modified curriculum for young people aged two to 19 with mainly multiple needs, hopes the building will help to develop pupils’ independence skills.
The Good Citizenship programme will spread the message that it is an honour and privilege to live in this country but also comes with responsibilities. It is set to be introduced across North Yorkshire.
Harrogate Chess Club, St Paul’s Art Group and Harrogate Photographic Society are among those taking part in the free drop-in event.
Woodfield Community Primary School was placed in special measures by Ofsted in January last year after being rated ‘inadequate’. But a recent inspection has praised the school for improving.
Clive Leeming, who started reception at Starbeck Primary Academy this week, became a sensation in a national Facebook group after his mum Elena shared his abstract painting.
A small team of parents at the local village Bishop Monkton are holding a fun run to raise money for their primary school.
Police say they are working with land owners, including the council, to ensure security is maintained at other sites around the district. Travellers also set up camp at Hay-a-Park rugby field in Knaresborough last month.