Published 29 May 2018North Yorkshire County Council is running a summer campaign to ensure private foster carers - people who look after a child full-time, for more than 28 consecutive days and are not a parent or close relative - know they have to make the council aware of t
Published 29 May 2018Whitby library is inviting local people to delve into the art and science of Captain James Cook as part of the Cook 250 festival, a celebration of the 250th anniversary of the explorer’s first expedition to the South Seas in 1768.
Published 29 May 2018A range of fantastic free events for babies, toddlers, pre-schoolers and their families will be held at libraries across North Yorkshire to celebrate the Book Trust’s National Bookstart Week from Monday, 4 June, to Saturday, 9 June.
Published 11 May 2018To mark one year on from the launch of ‘Bring Me Sunshine’, the dementia strategy for North Yorkshire, the County Council and its partners are holding a conference to showcase the progress being made towards supporting people to live well with dementia.
Published 8 May 2018As part of International Compost Awareness Week, from 6 to 12 May, North Yorkshire County Council and the City of York Council are encouraging residents to start composting with a fantastic offer in partnership with getcomposting.com.
Published 3 May 2018With hundreds of vacant positions in the adult social care sector, the County Council is continuing to promote its Make Care Matter campaign, launching a new promotional film following a day in the life of care and support worker Liam Fletcher.