Published 31 October 2020North Yorkshire’s public health and social care leaders have urgently issued further advice and clarification about visits taking place to people who live in residential and nursing homes across the county from tomorrow.
Published 28 October 2020Individuals and families who are struggling to meet the cost of basic essentials as a result of the impact of the coronavirus pandemic can take advantage of support being provided by North Yorkshire County Council.
Published 23 October 2020Expert analysis of the financial case for a single, strong and sustainable new council, serving every person in North Yorkshire, reveals it could deliver up to £252 million in savings over 5 years to support crucial frontline services at a critical time.
Published 21 October 2020It is never too early to start talking, singing and reading to babies – that is the message at the heart of a North Yorkshire project to improve speech, language and communication in young children, ready for when they start school.
Published 16 October 2020Health officials are urging people to follow the rule of six when socialising, to stay 2 metres apart from people they do not live with where possible and to wear a face covering in indoor settings where social distancing may be difficult.
Published 13 October 2020Residents of Coverdale, Richmondshire, will soon have the opportunity to be involved in testing the latest 5G technology, as part of the Mobile Access North Yorkshire project (MANY), a £6million Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport 5G Testbed
Published 9 October 2020As Government prepares to unveil its new three-tier approach to national, regional and local lockdowns early next week – the leaders at the forefront of fighting the virus in York and North Yorkshire are issuing a stark warning.
Published 7 October 2020“You cannot find a better school than a good small rural school”. These were the opening words of Kathryn McDonald, a North Yorkshire head teacher of two federated small rural primaries who gave evidence this week to the Rural Commission.
Published 5 October 2020During the Covid-19 pandemic, there have been examples from every community across North Yorkshire of help and support provided when people need it – including for those with sight or hearing loss.