The Knaresborough Museum has launched the crowdfunding page to allow it to undertake the necessary renovations to open this year.
The bid to create a Knaresborough museum will take its next step this week with the launch of a crowdfunding appeal for £35,000. Knaresborough Museum Association, which was set up last year, hopes the museum will open by the end of the year. It will be based on the...
Tim Yarrow, who owns Harrogate-based DiveShack UK, told the Stray Ferret his proposed facility would be something ‘unique’ for the district.
Planning permission to develop the 18-acre site on Boroughbridge Road was granted last year despite objections, with Scriven Parish Council saying the homes would cause ‘saturation’ for Knaresborough.
Knaresborough has seen a boom in new shops lately but the current uncertainty is putting new and old businesses in jeopardy.
Carol’s Bonnie Dogs in Knaresborough is moving to bigger premises along the high street. The shop is known locally as the “one with the dogs in the window” because passers-by often see the animals awaiting collection.
The Two Brothers Grill and Pizzeria in Knaresborough has put forward plans to allow it to move into new premises on the high street.
The incident happened in view of members of the public in a wooded area near the river in Nidd Gorge while a number of people, including children, were nearby.
Pubs and restaurants in Harrogate, Ripon, Knaresborough, Pateley Bridge and Masham were all set for their biggest day of the year today — until the sudden move into tier three forced them to close.
North Yorkshire Police is appealing for help to identify two men and a woman who may have information about scratch card thefts in Harrogate and Knaresborough.
North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue pumped water away from an electric switchboard and requested sandbags after a basement in Pannal flooded. Residents near Swinney Beck in Masham are being advised to ‘activate any property flood protection products you may have’.
For more than 50 years, teams from the The Half Moon and The Mother Shipton pubs have done battle on opposing banks of the River Nidd with a very long rope. Whichever team loses, faces the prospect of sliding down the mud and into the Nidd.
Members of Gracious Street Methodist Church sent charity donations rather than cards this year, which will pay for wheelchairs, bikes and goats for vulnerable African people.