The scouts are asking people in Pannal to carve, draw or paint pumpkins and then display them in windows or gardens as a socially distanced alternative to trick or treating.
The 1st Pannal Scout Group is organising a pumpkin parade this Halloween instead of traditional trick or treat activities. The parade is the scouts' way of encouraging people to celebrate Halloween in a socially distanced manner. The group is encouraging Pannal...
The volunteer-run libraries were recognised in North Yorkshire’s Library of the Year award.
Harrogate Town will be looking for a third league win on the bounce tonight when they head to Grimsby. The team is currently seventh in League Two, just two points behind leaders Cambridge United.
The council launched an online consultation in July asking for views on the possible axeing of same-sex sessions. Its consultation findings are due at the end of the year.
The Harrogate Town Supporters Group Facebook page hailed another superb team performance on Saturday – but more than a dozen fans commented on what they considered to be an excessive amount of people in the stands.
Tockwith has lost money after a second year of cancelled fireworks. Due to covid, many firework organisers in the district have also had to postpone their displays.
Harewood House Trust has received £695,556 from the £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund, after it closed for 14 weeks during the pandemic.
Harrogate Town will play in Harrogate for the first time since July, when they play fellow EFL newbies Barrow at the EnviroVent Stadium this afternoon.
The cancellation of organised displays is expected to lead to increases in back yard fireworks, which are potentially more stressful to animals.
Half-term is just over a week away and despite covid, many popular family venues in the Harrogate district are still planning activities. Find out what is taking place.
The 15-guest wedding limit has had a huge impact on venues like Wharfedale Grange, near Harewood, which caters for 270 wedding guests. It hopes adapting the use of its barn will enable it to retain its 30 staff.
The bridge was built by Harrogate dry stone waller Neil Beasley in four months over lockdown. The Geoffrey Smith memorial stone is positioned at one end of the bridge wall as testament to the former garden curator, who died in 2009.