Flood warnings and alerts are in place throughout the Harrogate district tonight. With a Met Office amber rain forecast tonight, the next 18 hours could see conditions worsen.
Flood warnings and alerts are in place throughout the Harrogate district tonight after another day of persistent rain from Storm Christoph. With a Met Office amber rain warning in place tonight, many low-lying areas are in danger. Some land and roads have already...
Relentless rain has left many villages and low lying areas near Knaresborough, Boroughbridge, Pateley Bridge and Ripon at risk of flooding.
With water levels set to peak in the early hours of Wednesday, home and business owners are watching to see whether rivers will rise enough to burst their banks and inflict damage on property.
Campaigners in Kirkby Malzeard hope to purchase and reopen the Henry Jenkins Inn and run it as a community facility. But a planning appeal has not gone in their favour.
Nidderdale Plus is providing a minibus service to help people in rural Nidderdale and the Washburn valleys get to the Great Yorkshire Showground in Harrogate to receive covid vaccinations.
Despite receiving extensive support from the public and North Yorkshire county councillors, a minerals company has asked for the plans to be called in by the Secretary of State.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has promised that everyone will be within 10 miles of a vaccine centre, but some of the more rural parts of the Harrogate district are beyond that radius.
Scientists will be among the “stellar” line-up of speakers. They will share the latest cosmic discoveries and space developments, including NASA landing on Mars.
The Chandler family took over the Spar Shop in Pateley Bridge in 2016 and as 2021 approaches, they hope to put a year of floods and pandemic behind them.
North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue pumped water away from an electric switchboard and requested sandbags after a basement in Pannal flooded. Residents near Swinney Beck in Masham are being advised to ‘activate any property flood protection products you may have’.
Belmont Grosvenor School has donated more than 500 books to Bradford Stories, the campaign from the National Literacy Trust and Bradford Council which aims to improve literacy levels in the city by promoting reading, writing, speaking and listening.
The man is described as bald and around 5ft 8ins to 5ft 10ins tall. Police are appealing for help after a car window was smashed and a handbag stolen at Nidd Gorge car park.