Children visited Birchfield Ice Cream Farm as part of a Yorkshire Agricultural Society initiative to teach young people how food goes from the field to their dinner plate.
Schoolchildren enjoyed a different kind of lesson today when they visited a Summerbridge farm to learn how food goes from the field to the dinner plate. The children visited Birchfield Ice Cream Farm as part of a new initiative from Yorkshire Agricultural Society. The...
A postman heard the woman shouting for help shortly after 11am yesterday and firefighters came to her rescue.
Delays to the renovation of the 1930s building, which has been closed throughout covid, mean it is now scheduled to re-open in spring instead of autumn.
A group of musical clergy have produced a YouTube video for people who attend the traditional pre-Nidderdale Show service. The show, which would have taken place tomorrow, was cancelled due to covid.
Ahead of a potential cut in its government funding, the Yorkshire Dales National Park is to review its finances. It’s considering limiting the resources it devotes to building conservation, its visitor centres and developing public transport services.
Harrogate Borough Council pledges to support moves to look into extending the cycling and walking route from Harrogate to beyond Pateley Bridge.
The county council set up the Brierley Group to save money but last year it lost £639,000. Now a Conservative councillor says scrutiny of the group ‘is pretty much pointless’ because it is being delayed by none months.
North Yorkshire County Council announced last year it would review the future of the site but a consultation revealed overwhelming support to maintain the facility and next week the council’s executive will be recommended to approve funding for redevelopment.
Crowds gathered on the streets of Ripon this morning, to watch the Royal Engineers on a march that marks their Freedom of the City
After it was cancelled because of covid in 2020, Ripon had the opportunity to salute the Royal Engineers as they exercised their Freedom of the City this weekend.
A pony-loving Kirkby Malzeard schoolgirl had a day to remember when her mother took her to Hickstead to compete in a national show jumping competition
The premises on Allhallowgate, owned by Ripon Amateur Operatic Society were refurbished during lockdown, thanks to fundraising by volunteers and a £54,339 grant from the government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund.