Spooky season is coming to Knaresborough. ON October 27 a night of spooky tales will be told to get the spinning tingling as the Knaresborough Knightmares ghost walk is launched.
With spooky season almost here, one man from Knaresborough is preparing to reveal the town's scary tales with a new ghost walk. Organiser Mark Ellison says Knaresborough's history means there are plenty of spooky tales to give his audience goose bumps. This will be...
The Bed Race is a pageant of decorated beds, passengers and runners, combined with a 2.4 mile race through the town. Thousands of pounds are raised for charity every year.
The Stray Ferret has reported three instances of swastikas appearing in Harrogate and Knaresborough in 2021. Racist stickers have also been put on shops.
Boundary plans for the new unitary authority for North Yorkshire would see the number of councillors for Harrogate and Knaresborough reduced to 13 with each representing an average of 6,194 residents. One councillor says it’s ‘unfair’ on local people.
Ripon Racecourse is set to reopen as a vaccine centre as Knaresborough’s new site begins delivering booster jabs.
Daly, who went to Saltergate and Rossett schools and now plays in the United States for Houston Dash, scored the final goal in a 10-0 win against Luxembourg. She dedicated the goal to her dad.
Knaresborough Community Land Trust applied to build the homes on the high street in response to concerns that high property prices are making the town too expensive for many local people.
Sytner Group, the company which runs the Audi dealership, plans to build the repair shop to the rear of its site on St James Retail Park in a move that could create 12 jobs.
The town’s 12th century castle and statues of Blind Jack and Mother Shipton on Market Place were defaced in an overnight attack on Saturday night. Swastikas were daubed on the side of the castle, in full view of the police station.
Fire crews spent six hours battling a major fire at the Tiger Inn in November last year. Now the pub near Knaresborough is finally set to reopen.
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.
A Harrogate councillor has criticised plans for the number of councillors elected to a new super authority. He says the plan will “short change” the district and leave it underrepresented.