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In North Yorkshire, we are unparalleled in our ability to look out for our neighbours and friends, and the county council thanks you for this, write Chief Executive Richard Flinton and Council Leader Cllr Carl Les.
We are undertaking the huge challenge of co-ordinating the county’s community response to help those isolated by the coronavirus pandemic.
North Yorkshire is calling on local businesses to come forward with offers of help to get food and essential goods to the isolated.
Those familiar with North Yorkshire’s digital library will know it’s a treasure trove of stories, news, magazines and comics, reference works and educational resources.
We’re celebrating acts of kindness in communities across the county in our #SaltOfTheEarth campaign.
Nominations are now open for our community awards, which pay homage to those who help communities flourish.
A young man with a fascination for street lamps enjoyed a day behind the scenes with pit street lights team.
Sir George Cayley was Made in North Yorkshire and is the second person in the spotlight in our Great North Yorkshire Sons and Daughters campaign.