SHERBURN Community Gymnastic Club, which started in 2007, has moved into its own building on the Blackburn Industrial Estate in the village.
THE stresses and strains of married life are the subject of a play to be held at Farndale Village Hall.
RESEARCHERS have developed a mathematical formula based on the movement of a sperm’s head and tail, which significantly reduces the complexities of understanding and predicting how sperm fertilise an egg.
A CAR mechanic’s business will collapse because he was caught drink driving at nearly twice the legal alcohol limit, York magistrates heard.
YOUNGSTERS are being asked to give their views on what life is like in North Yorkshire.
A SOCIAL enterprise in York is now supporting cyclists in Estonia.
DETAILED plans have emerged showing how a care company plans to demolish a York pub to make way for a new residential home.
A LARGE city centre pub close to York Minster has had a £225,000 spruce up much to the delight of customers.
VOLUNTEERS are needed to help North Yorkshire Police in towns around the region.
A WEEK-LONG cruise for two people is up for grabs in a silent auction which will raise vital funds for St Leonard’s Hospice in York.
A NEWLY re-opened pub has been granted an extra level of protection from developers.
A DRIVER’S frustration at being behind a slow moving tractor had “devastating” consequences when he pulled out to overtake, York Crown Court heard.
A ROBBER who subjected a retired teacher to a terrifying ordeal, beating him up before forcing him to hand over valuables in his own home, is today starting a 15-year extended prison sentence.
CHANGES have been demanded in the way £1 million of council funds is handed out via local councillors.
A RETIRED York GP has told how he underwent a successful kidney transplant at the age of 75 - with kidneys from a 71-year-old woman.
VOLUNTEERS behind a major redevelopment plan for a York community hall are appealing for help as they face a “mammoth” fundraising task to realise their dreams.
POLICE joined forces with volunteers and groups like the Street Angels and York Rescue Boat, in a bid to reassure tourists and shopkeepers in York at the beginning of summer.
CARTER Janet Peacefully in York Hospital, on Tuesday, March 14th, aged 65 years. A much loved and devoted daughter of Ken and the late Lina, a dear niece to Jean, Reg, Penny and Brian, also a good friend to many. Funeral service to be held at York…
WHITE David George Passed away in the loving care of St Leonards Hospice, on March 10th, 2017, aged 77 years. Beloved husband of Connie, loving dad of Katie and Stuart, father-in-law to Martyn and Lisa, treasured grandad to Dylan. Will be missed by…
GARNETT Jeffrey On March 8, 2017, aged 81 years. Much loved partner of the late Joyce. Service and interment will take place at St. Mary's Church, South Milford, on Thursday, March 23rd, at 10.00a.m. No flowers by request, donations in lieu if…
CHAPMAN Rosey Catherine Was born into this world a sleeping beauty on Sunday, March 5th, 2017. A precious and much loved daughter, sister, niece, cousin and granddaughter. We couldn't wait to hold you Rosey, but now we hold you in our hearts forever.…
SHELBOURNE Sue (nee Green) Passed away peacefully at home on March 3rd, 2017, aged 68 years. Loving wife of the late Doug, loving mother of Paul and great friend to many. Funeral service to take place at York Crematorium on Friday, March 31st, at…
SMITH Norman (Ex British Railway Man) Passed away suddenly on March 11th at York Hospital, aged 89, loving dad to Gary and husband of the late Dorothy. Will be sadly missed. Funeral service at York Crematorium at 9am on Friday, March 24th. All…
CRESSWELL William (Bill) Retired Royal Mail. Died peacefully on February 24th, 2017 in Meadow Beck Care Home, aged 85 years. Friends, please meet at York Crematorium, on Monday, March 27th for a service at 12.20p.m. Family flowers only. Donations if…
PITHERS Moira Died March 20th, 2010. Treasured memories of a beloved Wife and Mum, All our love, Charlie, Kathryn and Roy
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KYLE Letheren is determined to go one better than his dad by winning the FA Trophy at Wembley.
TWO women of mature years met on the bus going into town and began chatting and catching-up on their lives. Sitting in a nearby seat, I couldn’t help but hear some of their conversation. One of the women said, “he’s a bit clingy.” and I wondered…