The market, which first took place in 2012, had to be cancelled last year as changing covid restrictions made it impossible for organisers to plan a safe event without risk of last-minute cancellation.
Plans are being made to ensure Harrogate Christmas Market can return to the town centre in 2021. The market, which first took place in 2012, had to be cancelled last year as changing covid restrictions made it impossible for organisers to plan a safe event without...
The club spent two years organising fundraising events, including Halloween and Christmas parties. The events raised £950, which was match-funded by Barclays Bank.
A pitch inspection today deemed the surface at Wetherby Road unsafe to play. The recent cold snap has posed problems for the club, who have already been forced to postpone fixtures against Carlisle, Cheltenham, and Exeter.
The club’s ground is on the Bilton Hall Estate near York but could only get funding from the England Cricket Board to build a new pavilion if they owned the land. So the Lloyd family, which owns the estate, stepped in to pay for it.
County councillor and Pannal Ash Junior Football Club president Cliff Trotter describes as ‘absolutely scandalous’ plans to remove a football pitch from a development at the former Police Training Centre to make way for more houses.
Emmett, 27, was born in Harrogate and is the club’s longest-serving player. He is leaving to battle chronic fatigue after playing a key role in the club’s meteoric ascent.
Fans had spent the afternoon clearing snow off the pitch and it seemed their efforts were rewarded when the match kicked off on time — only for the referee to abandon it 10 minutes later, sending nearly 600 fans home unhappy.
The game kicks off at 7.45pm and there is now a race against time to get the snow cleared. The club have asked volunteers with snow shovels to come to the ground this afternoon to help out.
Ripon’s long-awaited new swimming pool is under construction, but the many people in the city who are looking forward to its opening, alongside a refurbished leisure centre, won’t be able to use it next summer.
Luke Richardson, who is just 23 years old, was a lifeguard at Starbeck Baths until recently. Now, after a remarkable 2020, he’s the biggest rising star in the world of strongman.
Harrogate Town supporters could finally be allowed to watch their next play next month after a painful nine-month absence that saw them miss out on a historic trip to Wembley and their first fixtures in the EFL.
Local grassroots organisations react with delight to today’s government green light to reopen. There is also the prospect of Harrogate Town welcoming fans.