Three concerts in one evening, in separate venues a short walk apart, made for a sumptuous spread, the three courses together typifying the immense variety of English musical cuisine between the 13th and 16th centuries.
RON and Judy Burnett are holding a two-day art exhibition on board the Artsbarge, moored on the River Ouse next to the Bonding Warehouse, as part of the Festival of the Rivers in York today and tomorrow.
JUST as it did on Tuesday, the day started bright and sunny but a cloud covering quickly arrived. Not that the animals will have minded though.
Yorkshire took two wickets in the morning session to strengthen their position in the LV=County Championship against Worcestershire.
GLOBE-TROTTING golf ace Simon Dyson treads virtual new ground in tomorrow’s third Major of the season – The Open Championship.
A PRIMARY school in York which is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year has had a fitting birthday present from Ofsted.
SUSTAINABILITY is something close to the heart of Stillingfleet Lodge Gardens and Nurseries. And that is why it is entering the Think Green Business Of The Year category at The Press Business Awards 2011, as well as Tourism And Hospitality.
YORK City manager Gary Mills is expecting a “tough workout” when Premier League big guns Sunderland visit Bootham Crescent tonight.
A FAMILY insurance business which keeps on growing has entered The Press Business Awards 2011.
IT IS set to be York’s first five-star hotel and it is seeking the title of Tourism and Hospitality Business Of The Year in The Press Business Awards 2011.
With four games remaining, everything is still to play for in the first division of the Pilmoor Evening Cricket League.
PREMIER League Sunderland will parade new signings Craig Gardner, David Vaughan and Kieren Westwood in tonight’s friendly against York City at Bootham Crescent.
It is fair to say this has not been Ajmal Shahzad’s best season.
American expatriate Michael Charno hit a suspected record Foss Evening Cricket League innings in division three to kick-start York RI’s late promotion charge.
I feel I must respond to the comments made by Dr Roger Pierce (Letters, July 9) regarding affordable homes.
SILVERWARE-CHASING Woodhouse Grange Cricket Club are gearing up for the most important weekend of their season.
THE Tony Robinson Memorial Centenary Cup pre-season football competition will kick off at Rowntree’s Mille Crux ground on Monday, July 18.
I HAVE been a builder all my life and have constructed many roadways and footpaths.
If, as a new councillor, Neil Barnes believes that accountability is important (Letters July 7) then he should investigate why the council is now delaying the publication of meeting agendas and reports on their web site.
What has happened to a once proud industrious country?
Stillington trainer Marjorie Fife has Mandalay King in conquering form at the moment and the sprinter heads back to Scotland tomorrow to bid for a hat-trick of wins.
YORK City’s opening day opponents Ebbsfleet have signed much-travelled striker Liam Enver-Marum.
THE mother and sister of jailed student protester Frank Fernie have spoken of their shock and devastation at his year-long sentence.
City of York Council receive almost 45 complaints a week about rowdiness.
ENTRIES are now being taken for the York Millennium Bridge races on Tuesday, August 16.
YORK’S Kenshinkan Karate Club netted an impressive haul of medals at the Japan Karate Association (JKA) National Championships in Crawley.
A NEW £3 million restaurant at a York business park has been given the green light and is set to create up to 70 new jobs.
GRAHAME Maxwell, the chief constable of North Yorkshire Police, faces new threats to his job next week when North Yorkshire County Council will hold a vote of no confidence.
A NOISY cockerel is to feature on television later this year after City of York Council’s noise enforcement team was chosen to be part of a BBC documentary.
TWO men injured in a crash on a road near York are still in a serious condition in hospital.
POLICE investigating an unprovoked attack in a Harrogate nightclub, in which a York man’s tooth was knocked out, have asked for the public’s help.
FANS crowded into a York department store to meet iconic singer Lulu.
YORK’S nine children’s centres are to stay open despite massive cuts in Government funding.
A DECISION in the white rose High Court battle is expected before the end of the month.
IT’S a fine, dewy morning in Harrogate and crossed fingers have been blessed with no sign of the recent monsoons.
A NEW commission is being launched to examine social justice and fairness in York.
CONSULTATION is a much devalued word these days.
THE international impact of rural Ryedale radical Herbert Read is celebrated in a new exhibition, Yorkshire Modern, which runs until September 4 at Ryedale Folk Museum in Hutton-le-Hole.
A Selby man suffered a broken cheekbone and head injuries when he was kicked and punched in an assault in the town centre.
THE final steps are being taken in a scheme aimed at transforming an historic tea room at York Station into a bar.
AS A taxpayer I was very pleased to read that North Yorkshire County Council plan to save some of our money by turning some street lights off after midnight.
MAY I advise Mrs Goodrick that her school in the 1920s may well have had a “Learning Resource Manager” (Letters, July 6), but under a different name.
THE late David Lodge was one of the most remarkable men I have ever met, and I am sure he would have thanked Paul Hepworth (Letters, July 4) for reminding us where Acomb ends and Holgate begins.
HOW many others, I wonder, would have enjoyed Wimbledon more if, instead of dishing out free Centre Court passes to wealthy footballers and actors, the club had donated those same tickets to a sick children’s ward or such like.
THOUSANDS of primary school children have taken part in a synchronised dance with giant Olympic puppets in a countdown to next year’s Games.
BUDDING Indiana Jones’s of all ages can get hands-on experience of what it’s really like to be an archaeologist when events are organised in the York area as part of the 21st Festival of British Archaeology.
AN inquest into the death of an “exceptional” North Yorkshire doctor, who died after going missing from his home, has been opened and adjourned.