An important collection of paintings and antiques from the private family collection at Harewood House, Leeds, one of Britain’s grandest Stately Homes, that we will be selling at auction this month. Following the death of the Dowager Countess of Harewood in 2018, Duggleby Stephenson of York have been instructed toRead More
Police and partner agencies are stepping up the fight against drink and drug driving as part of a national month-long crackdown. The Association of Chief Police Officers’ (ACPO) Summer Drink and Drug
There was a record number of cyclists at this year’s Acorn Sponsored 100k Charity Bike Ride which took place earlier this month. The charity event was supported by 540 cyclists, beating the
Skipton police are asking for the public’s help to identify a man who broke into the Cancer Research shop in the High Street. The burglar, who appeared to be wearing a paper,
Disctracted, from Boroughbridge, have just got into the Live and Unsigned final to be held at the O2 on the 27th July.
Harrogate-based Swing Low Sweet Charity has launched its brand new website and marketing campaign ahead of its star-studded biennial tag rugby tournament and gala dinner on July 9.
Harrogate could be set to offer local patients the very latest in cancer treatment if plans for a multi-million pound new cancer unit next to the District Hospital are approved by Harrogate
TV STAR Jim Carter – who plays butler Mr Carlson in Downton Abbey – has served up his support for a Skipton charity as it prepares for its major fund-raiser of the
MAGICAL surroundings at a leading independent prep school have inspired an Enchanted Ball fundraiser in aid of Yorkshire Cancer Research. The PTA Committee at Belmont Grosvenor School, based at Swarcliffe Hall, Birstwith,
The search for Yorkshire’s brightest young stars got under way today (Thursday 19 May) with the opening of nominations for the 2011 Yorkshire Young Achievers Awards, sponsored by McCormicks Solicitors of Harrogate.
This year’s Virgin London Marathon on 17th April saw local businessman Richard Jackson run the 26 mile course for the fourth