Next month’s Olympic Games in Tokyo will be the third for Littlethorpe’s Jack Laugher, but the village on the outskirts of Ripon won’t be far from his mind as he steps on to the springboard.
In the golden glow of Olympic glory, Jack Laugher told BBC television viewers that his favourite place in the world is "back home in Littlethorpe". For those who know him best, that came as no surprise. The sporting role model has never forgotten his roots in the...
This month the Stray Ferret Secret Shopper has been looking at fabulously beautiful or useful homeware on sale in Harrogate. Our dedicated shopping champion picks out six of her favourites buys.
The first market will be held in Harrogate next Saturday, with more than 50 stallholders due to set up at St Wilfrid’s Church.
WATCH as a family of ducks make a home at a primary school in Ripley. Since being spotted by staff earlier in the week the animals have been found waddling through the corridors and even invited for snack time with the pupils.
The closure of Wrens last year was a blow to Ripon and the retailers who traded in the store. Now a number of independent businesses are ready for a retail revival in the building under a new name – Halls of Ripon.
The sports centre on Pannal Ash Road is run by Rossett School and is open to the public outside of school hours, seven days a week.
Holders of a valid National Lottery ticket or scratch card can use them to get discounted entry tickets to Ripon’s museums up until Sunday. It’s part of National Lottery Open Week.
The Little Bird Artisan Market will be returning to Boroughbridge again this weekend for the second time since lockdown restrictions eased.
It will sell food and drinks, arts and crafts and homemade gifts and local musicians will also be performing throughout the day.
An update from the organisers today says 40 coach loads of visitors and 150 traders have already booked for the market, which will take place from November 18 to 21.
With the promised completion date less than six months away, Harrogate Borough Council still isn’t able to say what the final bill will be.
Tickets went on sale this morning for the Great Yorkshire Show which is scheduled to take place on July 13-16. The show will be taking place over 4 days this year rather than the usual 3 to allow for more tickets to be sold in line with social distancing.
Harrogate, Ripon, and Knaresborough are set to benefit from a new gigabit network, thanks to CityFibre.