The Knaresborough Lions have announced the launch of a Community Fund for 2018. Charities and community organisations from Knaresborough and Nidderdale are invited to
An exciting one-person show exploring the effects of kindness and cruelty will tour North Yorkshire libraries during May and June. Poet and performer Andy
Police are investigating a serious assault which occurred in Knaresborough on the night of Saturday 31 March 2018. The incident is believed to have
Specialist rural crime police officers are appealing for information after lead thieves caused thousands of pounds of damage to a historic building. Some time
Knaresborough Police say that they are undertaking additional reassurance patrols after a man exposed himself to a 13-year-old.
It happend near a ginnel off Stockwell Road between 3.35pm and 3.43pm on Wednesday (21 March 2018) as the girl was walking home from school.
In North Yorkshire, schools are developing and broadening these aspirations as a motivation for learning by placing career guidance at the heart of the curriculum.
A pilot funded by North Yorkshire County Council and the York, North Yorkshire and East Riding Local Enterprise Partnership, has involved 20 secondary schools across the county and York to improve careers guidance.
This has led to a close working relationship between schools and local employers with careers guidance increasingly woven into the curriculum. It also places North Yorkshire well ahead in meeting the Government’s recent schools careers strategy and statutory requirements which will require workplace experience for every pupil.
Students at King James School Knaresborough, one of the pilot schools, are frequently reminded of where their learning might lead.
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.
The BBC Look North sofa, prepared for an eight-day charity push around Yorkshire, started off with a fitness test against three of the teams entered for the 2018 Great Knaresborough Bed Race.
The sofa, pushed by BBC presenters Harry Gration, Amy Garcia and Paul Hudson, took part in time and fitness trials against the beds on Wednesday 13 March at Conyngham Hall, start and finish venue of the great Knaresborough event.
Morrisons has acquired Chippindale Foods, a leading supplier of free range eggs, based in Flaxby near Knaresborough.
The acquisition means that Morrisons will make even more of its own fresh food and become more competitive for customers on these important everyday products. It will also bring forward the date at which all Morrisons eggs will come from non-caged hens from the current commitment of 2025.
Harrogate and Knaresborough MP enjoyed tour of ilke Homes’ new 25,000m2 factory ahead of launch this spring ilke Homes set to become a major local employer, creating 800 roles in Flaxby over the next two to three years