Arnold Warneken from the Harrogate Green Party said he has written to Cllr Phil Ireland, who chairs the coalition, calling on Harrogate Borough Council to take “decisive action” in response to the climate emergency.
Another member of Harrogate's Climate Coalition has spoken out against the group, saying it needs to be "more than a talking shop". Arnold Warneken from the Harrogate Green Party said he has written to Cllr Phil Ireland, who chairs the coalition, calling on Harrogate...
Sharon Tinayre Carrick is well-known as a teacher at Rosset Adult Learning College, where she gets students to use art to improve their wellbeing.
Utility business Yorkshire Water and is to expand a scheme across its 70,000 acres of land to make farming affordable for young people. A farm near Swinsty has been chosen to be part of the initiative.
Almost 50 Pannal Ash residents met last night at the Squinting Cat pub to “mobilise” against the hundreds of new houses proposed for Whinney Lane.
North Yorkshire Police has asked anyone with information or footage from last night to call them on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously.
Disability Action Yorkshire has filled more frontline staff positions in the past two months than in the previous two years.
Goose has been run by the current owner since September 2017, offering play and craft space as well as a cafe.
Harrogate Town’s 3G pitch is being replaced with grass as the club prepare to play in the EFL for the first time – but there are mixed feelings about the loss of the surface that has served them well.
Patricia Blenkinsop from Harrogate has organised a golf event at Rudding Park to raise money for Saint Michaels Hospice. She will also be taking on the challenge of climbing Mount Kilimanjaro next year.
In this week’s Strayside Sunday Paul argues the leader’s threat to expel the person who leaked the Harrogate Convention Centre document to the Stray Ferret doesn’t make him come across well..
Thousands of Harrogate Town supporters lined the streets to cheer on their team during a celebratory open-top bus parade today.
In his third and final column for the Stray Ferret, Harrogate employment lawyer Richard Port looks at the issue of restructurings and, sadly, the prospect of redundancies in the context of covid-19.