Classes will take place at Hampsthwaite Memorial Hall for beginner and intermediate gymnasts on Monday evenings. Social distancing has restricted the number of gymnasts able to attend the club’s sessions at Hornbeam Park.
Harrogate Gymnastics is to start providing classes in Hampsthwaite next week for children aged four to 11. The club has 500 recreational members and 200 competitive gymnasts at its Hornbeam Park location. It had a waiting list to join pre-covid and social distancing...
Harrogate camping and caravan sites across the district are booked out as coronavirus restrictions ease. More people are booking UK holidays as foreign travel remains uncertain.
The first fixtures at ‘Yorkshire’s garden racecourse’ on 15 and 24 April and 7 and 16 May will be behind closed doors but a limited number of tickets are available for the May and June meetings.
The Playhive will cost £3.5 million to build and is expected to create about 50 jobs. It will be set in the grounds of the 2,000-acre Stockeld Park estate, near Wetherby.
The Stray Pets Rescue Club is our monthly profile of animals in desperate need of a loving home. Could you help bunnies Herbert, Harley and Floofy, or rehome a rescue hen?
Newby Hall and Gardens reopens today after months of closure. New attractions will also open in hopes of keeping children and families entertained outdoors.
The well-established Acorns Nursery Class at Ashville College provides a happy, secure and stimulating setting for the beginning of a child’s learning journey.
This week the inbox has filled up again with correspondence about cycle lanes and the proposed changes to Harrogate town centre. One reader asks if planners ever actually cycle the routes they propose and the Chief Executive of the British Independent Retailers Association calls for “wider thinking” on town planning.
This column is written for the Stray Ferret by Marilyn Stowe. Marilyn built Stowe Family Law based in Harrogate into the largest family law firm in the UK before selling it in 2017. Marilyn has a passion for the town and writes that, in her view, it’s time the shops opened – and not in three weeks time.
The frogs have made their home in the Japanese Garden of Valley Gardens, where there are large clumps of frogspawn.
After achieving its £50,000 target to stay open, Stumps Cross Caverns has set a new fundraising goal. It says the extra money will be spent improving its 3D virtual tour and make the attraction more inclusive.
There has been so much in the media recently regarding the rise of dog thefts, and the fear of dog thefts has been a hot topic across all social media for a few months now. Expert Kimberley Metcalfe has these tips.