Nazi symbols and naked genitals were graffitied on to the wall of the town’s 12th century castle and bronze statues of Blind Jack and Mother Shipton were vandalised.
Some of Knaresborough's most famous monuments were vandalised in a shocking rampage last night. Nazi swastikas and naked genitals were graffitied on to the wall of the town's 12th century castle. Whoever did it climbed up the side of the castle into the castle's...
A new brown plaque was unveiled in Harrogate today to commemorate Hungarian artist Jean-Georges Simon.
Ripon’s royal patronage dates back 1,135 years to Alfred the Great and now the city is commissioning a new horn, that will extend the regal connection.
The ornate misericords, which are small seats in the choir stalls, were carved in the 1490s. The one restored depicts a fox, which is thought to have lost its arms and legs in the last 100 years.
The Harrogate Civic Society app features seven walks, including the Starbeck trail, the High Harrogate trail and the Montpellier trail.
Ripon has six months to raise enough money to save the 116-year-old Grade II listed building from being sold from housing after it was listed as an Asset of Community Value.
Keith Burton, chair of the Harrogate Philatelic Society and a self-confessed nerd, says the event will mark a special royal centenary that saw George V in Harrogate.
Richard Compton, chairman of Ripon Business Improvement District, says there is an opportunity to put the city on the national and international map.
An Otley Road resident says the new cycle path will not benefit pedestrians. Readers also berate the amount of litter and the state of some of Harrogate’s finest monuments. Send your views to [email protected]
Crowds gathered on the streets of Ripon this morning, to watch the Royal Engineers on a march that marks their Freedom of the City
After it was cancelled because of covid in 2020, Ripon had the opportunity to salute the Royal Engineers as they exercised their Freedom of the City this weekend.
The fair is one of the largest and quirkiest events on the Harrogate district calendar, featuring all things sheep, including sheep racing, as well as other entertainment, such as Morris dancers and tours of the town’s two breweries.