Read our May 2021 edition of NY Now
‘Picture postcard’ is an expression that could be used to describe many North Yorkshire communities or landscapes and Pateley Bridge is no exception.
As the Government confirms that coronavirus restrictions will ease further from Monday (17 May), we encourage North Yorkshire residents to keep up their good work so that everyone can enjoy the freedoms of summer.
As we emerge from the isolation of lockdown, which has taken a huge toll on people’s mental health, being active outdoors and connecting with nature, with members of your community or friends or family, has never been more important.
While we know that becoming part of our fostering family can come with its own challenges, it can also be an incredibly rewarding choice.
North Yorkshire archaeologists have unearthed evidence of a rare and enigmatic Roman settlement which will now be preserved as part of the county’s heritage.
Nurseries, childminders and playgroups in North Yorkshire are continuing to help babies and young children to get used to being outside the home and around new faces, as more parents in the county prepare to return to work.
During the past year, our Great North Yorkshire Sons & Daughters campaign has explored the lives of ten important, but widely unknown people from our county’s history, who have made North Yorkshire what it is today.