Nicole Bond and her partner Ben Crewe were walking near College Lawns, just off Palace Road, when they heard a cracking noise.
Two couples from Ripon were caught up in unexpected drama yesterday when a tree fell under the weight of snow. Nicole Bond and her partner Ben Crewe were walking near College Lawns, just off Palace Road, yesterday lunchtime when they heard a cracking noise. Assuming...
Police believe the incidents are linked with similar descriptions of small groups of teenagers between 14 and 18 years old.
The man, who has not been named, died yesterday. North Yorkshire Police say it and the Health and Safety Executive are investigating the incident.
The RS1 Ripon city service operates to restricted hours during the week and doesn’t run at all on weekends. Money from commercial developers could be the key to providing a better service.
The scheme will revive 12 miles of the River Skell and ease the threat of flooding that has affected the UNESCO World Heritage site near Ripon.
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.
The community interest company Ripon Together is behind the Healthy Journeying initiative, which encourages people to get their daily exercise on foot or bike while enjoying the city’s scenery.
It means people in Ripon will pay £71.89 in council tax to the city council plus yet-to-be-finalised sums to Harrogate Borough Council, North Yorkshire County Council and the North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner.
Vacant buildings at the Old Goods Yard, 2 Hutton Bank, which were previously used by companies such as Millennium Windows and Power Plastics, will be demolished to make way for the homes.
Anyone caught breaking lockdown rules will be challenged and fined up to £200, according to North Yorkshire Police, which today set out is policing strategy for the third lockdown.
A man was left with a fractured nose in Ripon last month after being assaulted on Priest Lane. The police are appealing for the public’s help to establish the full circumstances of the incident.
Hairdressing salons, gyms, barbers and a bookmakers, along with all other businesses classed as ‘non-essential’ shut their doors last night and headed for weeks of uncertainty – but Oliver’s Pantry will continue a takeaway service.