DJ Zach Sabri claims he is ‘just trying to make the world dance’ — something he tried to do by blasting out rave music in unusual places. But his latest trip to Brimham Rocks led National Trust staff to ask him to leave.
Brimham Rocks has gone viral in a bizarre TikTok video in which National Trust staff tell a mobile DJ he is unable to film there. DJ Zach Sabri, better known online as SUAT, claims he is "just trying to make the world dance" — something he seeks to do by blasting out...
Former Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron told a Parliamentary debate this week that more than a quarter of the housing stock in the Yorkshire Dales was not lived in.
Cllr Don Mackenzie, executive member for access at North Yorkshire County Council, is hopeful objections to the £60 million project to realign the A59 near Blubberhouses can be resolved without a public inquiry, which could delay the scheme.
Firefighters were called after Philip Snow disposed of the waste materials on land owned by his parents. There was no environmental permit for burning the waste, which firefighters extinguished and caused dark smoke that could potentially harm health.
Lime Tree Observatory in Grewelthorpe is offering tours as part of Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’s Dark Skies Festival. The observatory is in the process of building a planetarium to go with its 24-inch reflecting telescope.
If the past year has been a slog, these four wellness retreats focusing on nutrition, yoga and mindfulness in the Harrogate district can help restore balance, health and creativity.
Senior Harrogate councillors backed a £5 increase in council tax bills for next year as officials warned the authority was still recovering from the costs of the pandemic. A final decision on a rate increase will be made in February.
Many people in the district woke up to snow and ice today but temperatures are set to drop lower tonight to minus three degrees centigrade overnight.
Astronomy lovers will be able to glide and paddle a rafted canoe on the reservoir, one of three Dark Sky Discovery Sites in the Nidderdale AONB, surrounded by the moon and the stars.
Hundreds of people watched the annual event at Hampsthwaite cricket ground on New Year’s Day, which was cancelled last year due to covid restrictions.
The Great Yorkshire Show in July signalled a brief return to some sort of normality in a year in which many other treasured agricultural events, including Ripley Show, Birstwith Show and Tockwith Show, fell victim again to covid.
A band of snow is expected to move in from the north-west in the early hours of the morning. Higher ground, particularly around Pateley Bridge, could see travel disruption.