As we wish you a happy Christmas and the best for the New Year, we look forward with a round-up of festive events, information about council services over the holidays, cost of living support and how to stay warm and well in winter. We also spotlight the home library service, meet producers at the county's farmers markets, take a festive look into the archive and offer another great competition.
Farmers markets have risen in prominence over the last decade, acting as a welcome addition to community life and of huge importance for tourism in North Yorkshire.
When your horizons narrow through age, disability or illness, nothing broadens them again like a good book – and perhaps a friendly chat.
Here is your quick guide to what is happening in your council and the news you might have missed.
Over the Christmas period, we will see a significant increase in waste collected from households.
New lights have been introduced in Aireville Park in Skipton to improve safety for pedestrians and cyclists during the winter months and darker evenings.
Pupils in North Yorkshire came together to celebrate their efforts to improve the health, wellbeing and resilience in their school communities.
Knaresborough’s new £17.5 million leisure and wellness centre opens its doors to the public on Monday (11 December).
The latest phase of a scheme to help householders in parts of North Yorkshire save money on their energy bills is under way.
Festive events are being staged by us to help care leavers embrace the Christmas spirit.
Here’s a round-up of events leading up to and over the Christmas and New Year period.
A major step towards securing more decision-making powers and millions of pounds from the Government will ensure wide-ranging benefits for hundreds of thousands of residents and businesses become a reality, council leader has said.
We have all become familiar with the modern pre-Christmas marketing hype surrounding shopping events like Cyber Monday and Black Friday.
There is something special about the seaside in winter – the cold, clear air, the space to breathe – and the winner of this issue’s competition will be able to enjoy that for themselves.
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