• Male voice choir in York 'building on success'

    A CHOIR in York are preparing to perform a special summer concert in the city - after a succesful Easter event for Ukraine. The York Philharmonic Male Voice Choir will be performing their annual summer concert on Friday July 15 at The Citadel Church

  • Bid to upgrade three North Yorkshire stations approved

    A local authority which recently saw its £116m ambition to modernise and improve transport systems rejected by the government is to bid for £39m of funding to improve access to and facilities at three North Yorkshire railway stations. A meeting

  • York set for heatwave

    YORK looks set to enjoy - or endure - a heatwave next week, with maximum temperatures rising to 25C on Sunday and 26C on Monday, and unlikely to fall below 24C throughout the week. BBC Weather in association with MeteoGroup says the warm summer

  • York City's 2022/23 National League fixtures are released

    YORK City's return to the Vanarama National League will being with a home clash against Woking on Saturday, August 6 (3pm). The National League have released the fixture lists for the 2022/23 season, with Woking first up for York at the LNER Community

  • Town MP backs convention centre cash bid

    Harrogate MP Andrew Jones has set out his support for a bid for levelling up cash to fund a proposed redevelopment of the town’s convention centre. Mr Jones said the bid from Harrogate Borough Council is “key” to levelling up not just the local

  • Popular York brewery opens new taproom at city venue

    A POPULAR York brewery is about to open it's fourth venue in the city. Brew York is expanding its portfolio opening a taproom at its newest site in Osbaldwick - a £2million state-of-the-art production facility. As previously reported by The

  • York business back up and running after theft of six figures

    A POPULAR York business is back up and running again after suffering a major break-in. The York Gin suffered a loss of ‘six figures’ after their distillery in Poppleton was broken into over the weekend of June 25-26. ‘Thousands’ of both miniature

  • Family-run care firm wins again

    A Pocklington-based care company has won yet another award. Sherbutt Residential and Home Care Services has been named the People’s Choice both Yorkshire Region and National Champions at the Family Business of the Year Awards. It comes off

  • Charity’s plea to support youth club

    A YORK charity is calling on city businesses to help fund a newly launched youth club. The Island, which provides mentoring services to nearly 170 vulnerable children and young people, launched the club at Foxwood Community Centre last week.

  • York MP declares it is 'over' for Johnson government

    A York MP has again repeated her calls for Boris Johnson to resign, warning others will go down with him, and declaring 'it is over' for his government. Labour MP Rachael Maskell made the call this morning declaring it is ‘over’ for the Prime Minister

  • Pet food firm's £500,000 boost

    A Wetherby pet food company has quadrupled its productive production capability thanks to £500,000 investment Naturaw, which employs 18 staff, has installed in an automated production line thanks to support from finance brokerage Trusted Business

  • Council seeks replacement for top officer after resignation

    A top council officer is to leave York for a new job at Birmingham City Council. City of York Council isrecruiting for a replacement director of governance and monitoring officer following the resignation of Janie Berry. Ms Berry took up her

  • York store owner is people's choice for 'Green' movie

    A city centre shoe designer and retailer has been chosen by York residents to feature in a special film to highlight North Yorkshire’s ambition to become a net-zero carbon economy by the 2030s. The Angela Bare shop in Clifford Street is among 10

  • Fire at playground in popular York suburb

    A FIRE at a childrens' playground in York is thought to have been started deliberately. North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service say they were called out just before 6pm last night (July 5) to a play park in Dringhouses, York. A spokesman for

  • York firm scores with cash and World Cup deal

    A YORK company has scored a double by supplying technology to the World Cup in Qatar as it receives a ‘multi-million pound’ investment. Bosses at Cellhire, describe the investment from private equity firm LDC as ‘significant’, saying it will accelerate

  • Raymond STROTHARD

    STROTHARD Raymond Born 12th November 1931, died peacefully at home on 25th June 2022, aged 90. A beloved husband, father, father-in-law and grandfather, he will be greatly missed by all those who knew him. Funeral at Tadcaster Methodist Church, 40 High

  • Thomas SUGDEN

    SUGDEN Thomas Peacefully at home on Wednesday, 29th June, aged 90 years. Beloved husband to Dorothy, much loved dad to Margaret, Christine and David, dearly loved grandad and great-grandad. Funeral Service to be held at Our Lady's RC Church, Acomb on

  • Clive Thomas LOWERY

    LOWERY Clive Thomas Suddenly at home on 25th June, aged 81, loving husband of Sandra, father to Susan and Richard, grandad, great-grandad and brother, also stepfather and stepgrandad. (Ex Sheriff Hutton Bridge and Civil Service C.C.) Private funeral service