Harrogate Borough Council’s planning committee met virtually today to also consider plans to reconstruct a church wall in Kirby Malzeard.
The council has approved plans to renovate the site where Oliver Cromwell reportedly stayed during the siege of Knaresborough in 1644. Harrogate Borough Council's planning committee met virtually today to consider the plans and councillors approved them unanimously....
A Knaresborough carer wanted to boost the morale of her care home residents after hearing them talk about missing the outdoors. Several local photographers came forward donating images to bring the outside in for residents.
Rebecca Lombardi, owner of The Clothing Store of Knaresborough, explains how her passion for clothes for all shapes and sizes has lead her to open a store on the town’s high street.
Councillors hope the extension of the measures will give shoppers more confidence. Some traffic cones will be replaced by planters to make the streets more attractive.
With most Remembrance Day services and parades cancelled, organisers are encouraging people to commemorate the fallen by holding two-minute silences at home.
80 Knaresborough High Street, which dates back to 1764, was supposedly built on the site of another building where Oliver Cromwell stayed during the siege of Knaresborough in 1644 during the English civil war.
Brian Abbott, who lived in Finkle Street, was discovered after a neighbour raised the alarm when post began to build up at his home. The North Yorkshire coroner’s office is appealing for information to find Mr Abbott’s family.
The six-foot boa constrictor was featured in this month’s Stray Pets Rescue Club. He is now one of 35 animals at Caroline Malcolm and Terry Brohee’s ‘zoo’ in Markington.
Knaresborough and Ripon markets were respectively granted royal charters in 1310 and 1604, but traders at both believe their livelihoods are under threat and will be presenting a petition to Harrogate Borough Council this evening.
Project Bob offers support to people waiting for counselling and therapy. Founder Chris Rawson says this gap is getting bigger and urges anyone in need of help to get in touch for support.
Harrogate Borough Council is set for a High Court showdown in London this month with the developer, Flaxby Park Ltd, after councillors took an hour this afternoon to refuse the application.
To set the record, Sue Hobson, who plays goal shooter for the Hawks netball club in Harrogate, needs to shoot more than 756 goals. This equates to more than 12 goals a minute.