Kim Johnston, Regional Partnership Manager for CityFibre in Harrogate, Knaresborough and Ripon, answers some of the frequently asked questions regarding the full fibre roll out across the region.
Kim Johnston, Regional Partnership Manager for CityFibre in Harrogate, Knaresborough and Ripon, answers some of the frequently asked questions regarding the full fibre roll out across the region. What is CityFibre and what is it doing in Harrogate, Knaresborough and...
The organisers of Tockwith’s bonfire and fireworks display announce this year’s event will go-ahead on November 5.
Ripon’s multi-million pound swimming pool was originally due for completion in May, but an update from Harrogate Borough Council says the ‘official opening date will be confirmed in the coming weeks’.
Forget nipping to the village shop for a pint of milk, you can now pop for a facelift at a new cosmetic surgery clinic near Bishop Thornton. Our Lifestyle Editor went to discover the surgeons who want to offer an alternative experience for those in want of a nip or tuck.
The 140-member choir will make its return at Ripon Cathedral on November 13 with a performance remembering those lost to covid.
With the weather getting colder and winter on the horizon, it’s time to get our plants prepared to survive the winter. Rudding Park’s kitchen gardener Fiona Slight shares her advice for ‘overwintering’ your dahlias.
‘Off-market’ house sales are coming increasingly popular as people seek to keep their personal information offline. If you want to buy a property that’s not listed, expert Alex Goldstein has some advice.
After last year’s difficult Christmas, Santa visits are rapidly getting booked up even though it’s still September. Here are three places you can visit him in the Harrogate district.
Electric car owners in the district could save hundreds by avoiding expensive dealership garages, without compromising their warranty.
Seven-year-old Eirwen Phoenix started nurturing the plant when it was just a few inches tall, as part of a school project. With a lot of tender, love and care it has blossomed to reach 14 feet.
The family-owned business run by Graham and Tori Watson is expected to re-open in November. About 80 people will work at the site.
Making fresh pasta with his Grandmother was the start of Yorkshire chef Marco Greco’s passion – which inspired him to open Pranzo Italian.