Harrogate Town 0 – 3 Oldham Athletic

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harrogate town AFC

Harrogate had a bad night at the office as they went down to a 3-0 defeat at the hands of Oldham Athletic at the EnviroVent Stadium. Town had to make one enforced change to their starting line up with the injured Dan Jones being replaced by Mitch Roberts. Harrogate almost made a dream start,when with only 13 seconds on the clock,Josh McPake had a shot which was deflected for a corner. Although Town were putting the Latic’s defence under pressure,it was the visitors who took an early Lead. Town could only clear an Oldham corner as far as the edge

Grant boost for Arts and Crafts Centre

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Henshaws Arts and Crafts Centre in Knaresborough has been given a major boost with a grant of more than £100,000 from the Arts Council England. The grant is part of the second round of funding from the Government’s Culture Recovery Fund. Henshaws Deputy Trust and Grants Manager Hayley Middleton said: It is amazing news! Grants this size don’t happen often so we are obviously very pleased about how much it will help The Arts and Crafts Centre. Henshaws Arts and Crafts Centre, which had to close at the beginning of the pandemic, has been able to reopen to a limited

Tockwith CE Primary Academy connects with African classroom to ‘grow together’

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Commercial nursery Johnsons of Whixley is helping a local primary academy connect with classmates in Africa as part of a British Council initiative. The scheme, Connecting Classrooms, will see the Umar Bin Alkhatab Primary School in Sierra Leone work on a project on growth with Tockwith Church of England Primary Academy, North Yorkshire. Johnsons has donated more than 200 pots and sunflower seeds for the children at Tockwith to grow. Meanwhile, children at Umar Bin Alkhtab Primary will be growing trees as part of a national scheme in Sierre Leone, that aims to plant 3.8 million trees by June 2024.

Harrogate Town 0 – 3 Oldham Athletic

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harrogate town AFC

Harrogate had a bad night at the office as they went down to a 3-0 defeat at the hands of Oldham Athletic at the EnviroVent Stadium. Town had to make one enforced change to their starting line up with the injured Dan Jones being replaced by Mitch Roberts. Harrogate almost made a dream start,when with only 13 seconds on the clock,Josh McPake had a shot which was deflected for a corner. Although Town were putting the Latic’s defence under pressure,it was the visitors who took an early Lead. Town could only clear an Oldham corner as far as the edge

Grant boost for Arts and Crafts Centre

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Henshaws Arts and Crafts Centre in Knaresborough has been given a major boost with a grant of more than £100,000 from the Arts Council England. The grant is part of the second round of funding from the Government’s Culture Recovery Fund. Henshaws Deputy Trust and Grants Manager Hayley Middleton said: It is amazing news! Grants this size don’t happen often so we are obviously very pleased about how much it will help The Arts and Crafts Centre. Henshaws Arts and Crafts Centre, which had to close at the beginning of the pandemic, has been able to reopen to a limited

Tockwith CE Primary Academy connects with African classroom to ‘grow together’

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Commercial nursery Johnsons of Whixley is helping a local primary academy connect with classmates in Africa as part of a British Council initiative. The scheme, Connecting Classrooms, will see the Umar Bin Alkhatab Primary School in Sierra Leone work on a project on growth with Tockwith Church of England Primary Academy, North Yorkshire. Johnsons has donated more than 200 pots and sunflower seeds for the children at Tockwith to grow. Meanwhile, children at Umar Bin Alkhtab Primary will be growing trees as part of a national scheme in Sierre Leone, that aims to plant 3.8 million trees by June 2024.

Join a walk for Parkinson’s UK near you or take part virtually – Ripley, near Harrogate, on Sunday 11 July 2021

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People in Harrogate can now sign up to Walk for Parkinson’s to help fund vital support for people affected by the condition – and this year, you can also take part virtually. Organised walks taking place include Ripley, near Harrogate, on Sunday 11 July 2021. Charity Parkinson’s UK has launched its annual Walk for Parkinson’s series, which was cancelled in 2020 due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. This year, there are three ways to take part: Join one of our socially distanced organised walks in your area. Walk for Parkinson’s 66 mile challenge: complete 66 miles of walking in July

LNER releases collector series of Azuma posters

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London North Eastern Railway (LNER) has launched a collection of iconic poster prints to give those who want a piece of railway history the chance to celebrate the new LNER Azuma fleet. The official LNER Azuma poster collection features seven original illustrated posters of Azuma trains on the LNER route, in stations and at landmark locations from the historic launch dates. The A3 poster collection features iconic locations such as Leeds, York, Harrogate, Edinburgh Waverley and Lincoln. The collection celebrates the introduction of Azuma services to these destinations as part of LNER’s mission to transform communities with their innovative fleet.

LEGO light up film festival with virtual workshop this weekend

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Tori Davis. Art Director, LEGO

Harrogate Film Festival are hosting a special workshop this weekend with LEGO, collaborating to bring design and craft skills to LEGO fans in the local area. Workshop leader, Tori Davis, is an Art Director and concept artist with more than a decade of experience working in feature animation, TV, commercials and video games around the world. Currently working as a freelance concept artist, she also specialises in traditional and stop-motion animation, teaching LEGO Animation Play Therapy to children in hospitals and schools. Her work can be seen in hit movies such as Rio and Frankenweenie. This virtual online workshop, lasting

Parking arrangements to revert to normal

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Parking Meter

Drivers are being informed that temporary one-hour free parking arrangements put in place in September on High Street, Northallerton, and Market Place, Knaresborough, will end on Friday (23 April). The temporary extension was introduced to support local businesses and shoppers in responding to the social distancing measures of the Covid-19 pandemic. From Friday, the usual charges will be reinstated, including 30 minutes free parking in Northallerton’s High Street and 20 minutes free parking in Knaresborough’s Market Place. In advance of the arrangements reverting to normal, temporary signs will be put up this week in the affected areas to alert drivers