Harrogate Borough Council announces a raft of new Christmas initiatives designed to make Harrogate an ‘unmissable destination’ from November 15 to the first week of January.
A Ferris wheel, Victorian carousel, helter skelter and road train will be among the highlights of Harrogate's festive offering. Harrogate Borough Council announced a raft of new initiatives today to bring festive cheer this year. The festivities will last from...
Provenance Inns, which also owns the West Park Hotel on the same street, says the pub will be refurbished and 50 jobs will be created.
An artist’s impression showing a new cycle lane on Station Parade and a pedestrianised James Street has been published today ahead of the next round of consultation on the £10.9m Station Gateway scheme.
Tesco argues that the proposed Skipton Road supermarket would help reduce car journeys across Harrogate. But Harrogate District Cycle Action says this is ‘greenwash’.
Skipton firm Ebru Evrim has submitted plans to Harrogate Borough Council to convert the vacant unit on James Street.
Valley Gardens will host a festive artisan market featuring 60 local traders and producers on the first weekend of December. A separate Harrogate Christmas Fayre will run in the town centre from December 3 to 12.
Edinburgh Woollen Mill closed in October last year, which has meant a large retail space in Harrogate has been empty for a long time until this move by The Works.
The family-owned business run by Graham and Tori Watson is expected to re-open in November. About 80 people will work at the site.
Geek Retreat recently opened a branch for videogame, sci-fi, and anime lovers on Harrogate’s Oxford Street. It’s now teamed up with Pride in Diversity to ensure the venue is friendly to people with autism.
A resident, who lives within ear shot of the supermarket, says vehicles congregate nightly in the car park to rev their engines and pop their exhausts.
Christmas is coming and Ripon City Council, which last year spent £65,000 on extending the city’s festive lights, has ambitions to go even further in 2021.
Councillor Don Mackenzie says the government funding is specifically for encouraging walking and cycling and therefore can’t be spent on things like parking. The gateway project could see Station Parade reduced to one lane and James Street pedestrianised.