The labyrinth of tunnels, grottos, mazes and follies sit within a four-acre garden near Middleham to the north of the Harrogate district. The attraction will use 5G and augmented reality technology to turn its popular brass rubbing experience into an interactive adventure.
Popular tourist attraction The Forbidden Corner will use cutting-edge 5G and augmented reality technology to create a new digital quest adventure. The quirky labyrinth of tunnels, grottos, mazes and follies sits within a four-acre garden near Leyburn, just north of...
The community interest company aims to get children to take part in coordinated, free outdoor events. Local sports and community groups are being encouraged to get involved.
As the theme park near Ripon reopens, doubts are raised over the fate of giant rollercoaster The Ultimate, which has been closed for the last two seasons.
Even before covid restrictions, the club would not have been allowed to fill its home ground as it needed a general safety certificate, which has now been issued. Fans will welcome the news.
Outside, there’s a for sale sign, but inside the pool is full of warm water – prompting calls for Ripon’s Spa Baths to be reopened to the public on April 12.
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.
The city spent an extra £65,000 on Christmas lights this year but two days after the big switch on the festive mood soured when the historic market place was transformed into something resembling a building site.
The Charlie Bears, which form one of the best Christmas shop front displays in the Harrogate district, are worth thousands of pounds but the gallery is not in a rush to sell them.
Yorkshire Water says the diversion route is not suitable for pushchairs or wheelchairs because it is on uneven ground that is often wet. Walkers are advised to wear suitable footwear and keep dogs on leads.
Santa’s grotto will be open to families in Harrogate next month. This is one of the few events the Great Yorkshire Showground has been able to host this year after many had to be cancelled due to covid restrictions.
The castle has also confirmed that it will not be running a Santa experience in the run-up to Christmas this year.
Whilst all non-essential retail will be forced to close this Thursday — the districts garden centres and RHS Harlow Carr say they will stay open. The National Trust at Fountains Abbey meanwhile says it is still waiting for national guidance as to whether it can stay open.