Residents and businesses in Knaresborough are being asked for their opinions on the possible pedestrianisation of Market Place as part of a survey on the future of the town.
Residents and business owners in Knaresborough are being asked to give their opinions on whether the town's Market Place should be pedestrianised. Knaresborough Town Council has begun canvassing opinion on whether to pedestrianise a large section of Market Place. The...
After a Russian TikToker racked up a million views with a scenic video of Knaresborough and a clip went viral of Brimham Rocks staff kicking out a mobile DJ, the Harrogate district is becoming a regular feature on the popular social media platform. Here are 4 TikTok videos with more than 100k views featuring the district’s people and places.
The chamber says it wants to put last year’s political divides behind it and move into 2022 with a new focus on networking, summer events and working in partnership with other groups in order to boost Knaresborough businesses.
Harrogate district vegans speak to the Stray Ferret about the annual Veganuary campaign and reveal their favourite local restaurants for vegans.
Residents in Knaresborough have just two weeks left to have their say on the future of council services in the town. Knaresborough Town Council is carrying out a survey into parking and markets.
The Harrogate and Knaresborough MP was a key advocate of smart motorways during his time as a transport minister, despite claims such schemes endangered lives and was being done ‘on the cheap’.
The MPs decline to answer questions from the Stray Ferret about yesterday’s apology by Boris Johnson. Harrogate and Knaresborough Liberal Democrats have written to Andrew Jones, the area’s MP, urging him to join calls for the Prime Minister to resign.
The Welsh mezzo soprano visited Gracious Street Methodist Church, the community food store and St Robert’s Cave for an episode of Songs of Praise, which is due to broadcast next month.
Taxi drivers say a 5% increase on the running mile and waiting times of journeys, as well as an increase in starting prices £3.40 to £3.60, is necessary because of rising fuel costs and the impact of covid.
In the year to 31 March 2021, the company sold 199 homes, up by a third from the previous year. But its annual report says the company was ‘significantly impacted’ by covid, however it says the long-term future of the company is healthy.
Supporting Older People has been serving the elderly in our local communities for 40 years. It now wants to raise its profile and encourage more people to volunteer and become a friend to those feeling alone.
A 1,500-pupil secondary school in the district receives on average £0.5m a year less than other schools, a council meeting heard today, prompting calls for action.