Harrogate Borough Council announces a raft of new Christmas initiatives designed to make Harrogate an ‘unmissable destination’ from November 15 to the first week of January.
A Ferris wheel, Victorian carousel, helter skelter and road train will be among the highlights of Harrogate's festive offering. Harrogate Borough Council announced a raft of new initiatives today to bring festive cheer this year. The festivities will last from...
Ripon’s annual poetry festival – now the largest of its kind in Yorkshire – welcomed Poet Laureate Simon Armitage on Saturday night. He talks to us about his work — and his Ripon connection.
Colin Jordan, who lived in Pateley Bridge for many years until his death in 2009, is one of the main characters in Ridley Road. The series tells the true story of the anti-fascist organisation 62 Group, which took on Jordan in the East End of London.
Miriam Margolyes, who will be appearing at the Royal Hall next weekend, speaks to the Stray Ferret about starring in Harry Potter and her new book — and gives her verdict on Harrogate.
The musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice will be performed over the next two weeks in the newly-refurbished theatre at Ripon Arts Hub on Allhallowgate.
Harrogate Harmony Barbershop Chorus is inviting complete novices to learn to sing in a series of five weekly lessons.
The chief executive of Arqiva, the company which operates Bilsdale Mast, has announced £50,000 of funding for a charity which covers the Harrogate district. It will help support vulnerable people ahead of a switch-on of a temporary transmitter next week.
Ripon’s Curzon Cinema is finally set to re-open this week with screenings of the new James Bond film.
The 140-member choir will make its return at Ripon Cathedral on November 13 with a performance remembering those lost to covid.
Tewit Silver Band has won its section of the National Brass Band Championships for a second consecutive year. Band member Owen James also scooped the soloist award.
TV producers are looking for Harrogate residents to take part in a new series of The Yorkshire Auction House. The programme is fronted by Antiques Road Trip star Angus Ashworth.
Christmas is coming and Ripon City Council, which last year spent £65,000 on extending the city’s festive lights, has ambitions to go even further in 2021.