Hopkins at Horticap is named in honour of Peter Hopkins, who was a student for more than 20 years and left his house in Bilton to the charity after he and his mum Marjorie died.
Harrogate gardening charity Horticap is preparing to throw open the doors and welcome customers to its new cafe in a building built with the legacy of a former student. Hopkins at Horticap is named in honour of Peter Hopkins, who was a student for more than 20 years...
Suzanne Bowyer won the award, which was set up to recognise people who go the extra mile for others, for her work helping people trapped in food poverty.
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.
A Harrogate academic has released a book detailing the escapades of the female heroes of the Special Operations Executive during the Second World War. One member of the SOE completed her wireless training in Harrogate before evading German forces for 3 years.
This month, Fiona’s been growing (and eating!) edible flowers – from nasturtiums and rosemary to sunflowers and dahlias. She also shares her top tips for what we should be doing in our gardens this June.
How to avoid big mistakes, how to carve out intricate details and how to navigate the politics. Meet the hidden gem sculptor in Pateley Bridge who wants to build up a strong reputation.
Harrogate, Ripon, and Knaresborough are set to benefit from a new gigabit network, thanks to CityFibre.
Harrogate Historian Malcolm Neesam takes us back to a time when Harrogate boasted seven cinemas. Pictures were big business and with the advent of “talkies” the number of cinemas grew.
Now that restaurants are open again for indoor dining, Michelin-starred chef Frances Atkins is back out on the road with her Stray Foodie reviews. This time, she’s been to check out the pan-Asian cuisine at Restaurant EightyEight at Grantley Hall.
For 60 years a Ripon car lover and his vintage Crossley have been inseparable and this week, man and machine celebrated their diamond anniversary.
The Stray Pets Rescue Club is our monthly profile of animals in and around the Harrogate district, in desperate need of a loving home. Could you help Jerry the Patterdale Cross, cats Mitchell, Webb & Lollipop, or rabbits Mojo & Mystery in their quest for a loving home?
The county’s new Crime Commissioner has confirmed the appointment of an inspector to coordinate dog theft and crime. Philip Allott met with local dog owners on the Stray to talk about their concerns.