North Yorkshire is in step 3 of the roadmap out of lockdown. Restrictions are still in place. See the latest information about the restrictions and changes to services.
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The village of Sleights is living proof that size does not have to be a barrier to creating a vibrant and thriving community in a rural location.
The next step in easing lockdown will take place on Monday, 12 April, when non-essential shops and businesses such as hairdressers can reopen.
When the pandemic struck, professional drummer Jim McDermott’s career was put on hold, but Jim decided to make the most of the opportunity to give something to the community near his home.
Long-serving social worker Hilary Musgrave – who has helped improve the lives of countless foster children over almost four decades in North Yorkshire – is retiring.
Volunteers have come forward in their thousands to help those in need across the county since the start of the pandemic. Yet some organisations have existed thanks to the work of their generous volunteers for many decades.
A community travel organisation is planning to accelerate out of the pandemic with an innovative extension to its services that is expected to open up new travel opportunities for those in Ryedale.
If you’re trying to think of ways to keep children active and creative for the last weekend of the Easter holidays, look no further.