HENRY Raby, York theatre-maker, performance poet and punk, will premiere his new solo show, Whatever Happened To Vandal Raptor?, in the York Theatre Royal Studio on Thursday and Friday as part of the 2017 York Literature Festival.
DOUGLASS Irene Margaret On March 17th, in hospital, aged 94 years. Dearly loved wife of the late Noel, much loved mother of David and Judith, mother-in-law of Vikki, treasured grandmother of Alicia, Francesca, Adam and Clare, loved sister-in-law to…
HALL-JACKSON Bettine Mary (Mrs Jackson formerly of the Off-licence shop, Ambrose Street 1952-1996), on March 23rd in the excellent care of Fulford Nursing Home after a short illness, aged 98 years. Dearly loved wife of the late Arthur, loving mother…
PUB campaigners believe the closure of a controversial planning loophole has protected more pubs for longer.
ON Saturday I cycled with the over-55s cycling club as a direct result of an article in The Press.
BISHOPTHORPE United continued their York Minster Engineering League promotion campaign with a 2-0 win over Stamford Bridge, which moved them into second place in division two.
A CAMPAIGN to give locals a say on the future of their favourite pubs has been victorious.
ON March 20, The Press printed a letter from 12 members of an organisation, York4EU, who had called on Julian Sturdy to hold a public meeting to hear their supporters’ concerns about a “hard” Brexit.
A NEW petition has been set up calling for more flood defence funding and works in Fulford.