The organisers say they are ‘staggered’ by the decision not to grant a licence for the event and call for urgent talks to save it. A total of 170 traders, 53 coaches and 85,000 people were expected at the three-day market on Montpellier Hill.
The organisers of Harrogate Christmas market have said they were "staggered" by the decision not to grant a licence for this year's event and called for urgent talks to save it. Event organisers Brian and Beryl Dunsby, and Steve Scarre, the chairman of Harrogate...
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The name Hall, famous among Ripon retailers for 53 years, proved to be a big draw for customers at the weekend providing a boost to the city centre.
Department stores under different names have traded from 20 Fishergate, Ripon for decades. Now, after a seven-month shutdown, the famous premises are back open for business.
See what key stakeholders, including business groups, environmental organisations and a transport company say about the project, which aims to transform how people travel in Harrogate town centre.
The fast-growing Ripon population is already served by five supermarkets and plans for a sixth are in the pipeline. The council leader says it would be a ‘win, win, win, situation’.
The exhibition will feature paintings from artists Peter King and Peter Wileman. All the art displayed will be on sale and priced individually.
Andrew Goodacre, chief executive of the British Independent Retailers Association, told Harrogate District Chamber of Commerce local authorities needed to engage better with businesses to improve the town centre.
Harrogate Business Improvement District is working in partnership with Oxford Street-based charity, Artizan International, to install mosaics in the nine, blocked-out windows, on Cambridge Place.
Munashe Chikomba, 23, walked into Summerbridge Stores armed with a knife and a hammer. He was jailed today for two-and-a-half years for attempted robbery.
Deborah Chalmers, who owns Love Hair & Beauty in Ripon, says brides-to-be can now look forward to their big day and the wedding sector can start getting back on its feet.
Eighty per cent of traders voted in favour of setting up the BID. It means 280 city businesses will contribute to an annual budget of £160,000 for improvement projects.