Historic Harefield Hall suffered many setbacks during 2020 but director Elaine Little remains focused on hopes of a brighter post-pandemic future for the country guest house.
Elaine Little was looking forward with optimism to 2020, which was shaping up to be a record year for Harefield Hall. The four-star country guest house in Pateley Bridge, with its restaurant, bar, 14 en-suite rooms and bunk room for groups of cyclists and other...
Julia Mulligan, North Yorkshire’s police commissioner, says the police station is expensive to run and closing it will generate savings that can be spent on frontline policing.
North Yorkshire Police is appealing for help to find the couple’s next of kin. They died a week ago after a concerned neighbour raised the alarm.
In the first lockdown, the Spar on the High Street became the centre for community support, delivering food and other essentials to people who were shielding or could not get out. Extra volunteers are being recruited again now.
Police say the man died of natural causes and the woman’s death is still unexplained. Both were in their 70s. Officers discovered the bodies at 1.30pm on Wednesday after being contacted by a concerned member of the public.
A man and woman, both in their 70s, were discovered by North Yorkshire Police yesterday afternoon after being alerted by a concerned member of the public.
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’.
The government’s flood information service issued a warning at 8.22pm this evening for the Nidd, saying low lying land and roads around Pateley Bridge are most at risk.
It caps quite a year for Amy Derrick, who had to cancel a large family celebration for her 100th birthday on March 21 due to the first lockdown.
The fund awards small grants to local organisations that promote cultural, sporting, heritage and community activities in the Pateley Bridge area. It has raised more than £30,000 since it started but covid has decimated fundraising this year.
North Yorkshire County Council’s housing company has been granted planning permission to build 20 homes in Pateley Bridge.
The council-owned former Highways Depot on Millfield Street will be demolished to make way for the development.