Still trying to find bunting, balloons or jubilee-themed food ahead of the four-day bank holiday? Five independent shops tell us how they’re coping with the surge in demand.
Businesses in the Harrogate district have seen a huge demand for jubilee merchandise as residents gear up for four days of celebrations. We spoke to five independents to find out how business is booming ahead of the four-day Bank Holiday weekend, which starts on...
First came the deep clean; now new lighting is being installed in Ripon’s alleys and ginnels to make the city a more attractive place to visit and boost trade.
Three companies have been awarded a share of a £20 million contract to help progress major transport schemes in Yorkshire, including Harrogate’s Station Gateway.
Tesco confirms this morning that the store, which is on the site of the former Three Horseshoes pub in the centre of Killinghall, will open at 8am on Friday and then be open from 7am to 11pm every day of the week.
See our gallery of dramatic images compiled from three days of storms, snow and flooding in the Harrogate district.
The Nidderdale town flooded yet again yesterday, prompting businesses and residents to call for the drains to be cleaned or improved so they remove water more quickly.
Justine Connolly, who co-owns Marigolds Cafe on Waterside, was forced to close the cafe on Sunday morning when Storm Franklin was approaching. The cafe is being cleaned today and hopes to re-open tomorrow.
From Britpop to indie to metal, dance music and hip-hop, the small shop on Oxford Street stocked a deceptively comprehensive selection of music. Award-winning cartoonist Tim Bird, who grew up in Harrogate, has paid tribute to it with a cartoon.
Knaresborough Business Collective was set up by Annie Wilkinson-Gill and Natalie Horner last month. The pair have said the aim is to get businesses involved in local events and increase town centre footfall.
Real Food Markets, which has organised a market in Ilkley for six years, will be hosting food and drink and craft stalls on the third Sunday of every month. The first one is this weekend.
The Royal Baths Express on Bridgehouse Gate in Pateley Bridge opens today. A restaurant will also open at the venue at a later date.
The family-friendly café is is inside Life Destiny Church on 93b High Street. It’s open from Tuesday to Friday from 9am until 3pm and hosts a variety of events that aims to bring the community together with drinks, food and snacks available.