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Community champions the length and breadth of North Yorkshire have been doing their bit to help others during the Coronavirus lockdown.
We continue to celebrate acts of kindness in communities across the county in our #SaltOfTheEarth campaign, which we are running throughout the year with local media.
Care homes and community workers are pulling together during the pandemic to support the people they work with.
North Yorkshire will be celebrating Carers Week next week (8-14 June) and throwing a spotlight on the work and love and commitment of the 60,000 people across North Yorkshire – one in ten of us – who are carers for family members or friends.
Refugees have been playing a key role in the pandemic response in many communities by taking on volunteer roles in everything from delivering groceries, to translating vital public health messages.
Primary schools across the county began to reopen this week.
More than six hundred businesses have now signed up to North Yorkshire Buy Local, our online marketplace launched during the pandemic to bring together businesses and customers.
A woman whose inventiveness and passion saved lives during both World Wars is the latest subject of Great North Yorkshire Sons and Daughters.
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