Pickersgill Palliser established the town’s first printing press and founded the Harrogate Advertiser, as well as being the town’s first postmaster.
A plaque has been unveiled to commemorate an early founder of publishing in Harrogate. Pickersgill Palliser established the town's first printing press and founded the Harrogate Advertiser, as well as being the town's first postmaster. He launched the first List of...
The festival will take place at Knaresborough House next week from 10am to 4:30pm each day from Thursday to Saturday.
The Sun Pavilion and Colonnade is one of six sites given Grade II listed status today as part of the Queen’s platinum jubilee celebrations.
Ripon Cathedral has unveiled plans to install a commemorative stone to mark the 1,350th anniversary of St Wilfrid.
Nidderdale AONB board member Keith Tordoff says Harrogate Borough Council is too remote to make key decisions about the future of Nidderdale.
The Inn Collection Group, whose other properties include the Dower House Hotel in Knaresborough and Ripon Spa Hotel, has bought the historic hotel for an undisclosed fee.
Ian Curteis’ play about the 1982 Falklands conflict was at the centre of a BBC controversy. Mr Curteis married Lady Deirdre Hare, widow of the 7th Baron Grantley of Markenfield Hall.
The 37-room Crown Hotel in Boroughbridge has been sold to a national chain called RedCat Pub Company for an undisclosed fee. The historic building has links to Mary, Queen of Scots.
Year 6 pupils at Holy Trinity Junior School in Ripon used their lockdown experiences to empathise through poetry with Victorian children who were inmates at Ripon Workhouse.
Battlefield tours and medieval weapons demonstrations will form part of the commemorations for the Battle of Boroughbridge, which featured several thousand soldiers on March 16, 1322. The battle was between Edward II and his cousin the Earl of Lancaster, who was in collusion with the Scots.
In a strongly-worded opinion piece, Harrogate historian Malcolm Neesam argues that people have been hoodwinked by the idea that bigger is better and gives local government, gas, electricity and water as examples of how Harrogate achieved more when it was governed locally.
Two influential national heritage groups have issued strong objections to plans to demolish the former Debenhams on Parliament Street in Harrogate. The site has been home to different retailers on Parliament Street for over a century.
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