Three play parks in the Harrogate district are to receive £100,000 between them for improvements. Harrogate’s Knox Valley Country Park, Bewerley Rec in Pateley Bridge and the Spinney in Knaresborough will benefit.
Organisers of a digital conference in Harrogate, exploring the potential benefits to Yorkshire businesses of the newest sound and vision technologies, have confirmed that
Knitting has proved beneficial in more ways than one after it was introduced in a Harrogate school.
Students at Rossett School have been learning the traditional skill thanks to teaching assistant Jane Terzza. Over the last few years, she has taught more than 100 students to knit.
Harrogate Borough Council is reminding residents that there will be changes to their waste and recycling collection dates over the Easter holidays.
There will be no collections on Good Friday 30 March and Easter Monday 2 April, and for some customers collections will be earlier than their normal schedule.
The Harrogate Community Safety Hub is helping reduce the crime in the town, using a two weekly hub. It has delivered a reduction in calls to the police and associated services.
A group of racing enthusiasts have swapped their driving gloves for microphones as part of a charity fundraiser and are steering their way to success up the iTunes charts.
The Autograss Allstars are 75 dirt track car racers from across the country who have stepped out of their comfort zone on the race track to enter the recording studio to raise vital funds for Cancer Research UK.
North Yorkshire Police have launched a new, interactive, online, urban-adventure game aimed at Year 6 primary school children, to teach them important safety advice,
Following a recent house fire in the Harrogate District, firefighters from Harrogate Fire Station are urging people to check their smoke alarms.
Harrogate Station Manager Rich Hanley said:
Crews recently attended a house fire in the Harrogate area during the early hours of the morning. There were working smoke alarms that woke the family and they managed to get out.
Drivers are being urged to be prepared before setting out on journeys after Highways England issued a severe weather alert for snow. With snow
A 55-year-old man from Bolton has appeared at Bradford Crown Court today (Friday 16 March 2018) and pleaded guilty to perverting the course of justice and exceeding the speed limit.
On Sunday 2 July 2017 at around 11.45am Geoffrey Alan Davies of Plodder Lane, Farnworth, Bolton was captured travelling at 86 miles per hour by a North Yorkshire Police safety camera van, whilst riding his Yamaha R1 motorbike along the B6479 at Selside near Ribblehead, a road with a 60 miles per hour limit