We have recently sold our house but have yet to find anything suitable to buy. Ideally we’d like to stay in town and would like to rent a suitable house for a few months until we find something to purchase. We are a professional couple, with two children aged 9 and six, are non smokers […]
The National Small Business Saturday campaign tour bus is coming to Helmsley on Wednesday November 2nd from 10am to 1pm and there are lots of opportunities for small businesses and local authority members from across the whole area to come along and get free advice and marketing materials about the campaign, as well as some […]
From craft making to witch hunts, creating cosy homes for hedgehogs and fabulous fungus, it’s all happening this half-term at the North York Moors National Park. With half-term approaching, why not take some time to visit the North York Moors and join in some of the spookily good fun! The Moors National Park Centre, Danby […]
Some of the finest abbey ruins in the country are only a few miles away. From October 22 to 30, English Heritage is offering a week of events celebrating these magnificent buildings. Most are free, but normal admission charges to the site apply for non-members (members admitted free). To find out more, visit www.english-heritage.org.uk/events, telephone […]
Come along to the library on 28th October at 6.30 pm to hear author Ian Johnson read extracts and chat about his book ‘The Witcher Keys’. Also take part in ghostly activities around the library and enjoy ghoulish snacks and drinks. For Year 6 and above. Admission £1. To give you a flavour of the […]
In the spring of 2015, Beverley based theatre company Other Lives Productions toured “Brief Lives“, a one-man show which follows a day in the life of John Aubrey, the seventeenth century diarist. The show has now been revived for a further tour. We saw this on the first run and can warmly recommend it as […]
Bridget’s lovely little cafe at 2 West End is now taking Christmas party bookings. Here’s the menu: Pop in to book, maximum party size 18.
John Creighton’s definitive biography of his father, Lewis Creighton, ‘the Moorland Artist’ is now published. At 280 pages, this in depth biography comes in two volumes. A detailed family background introduces the life and times of Lewis Creighton with hundreds of photographs including many of Lewis’s paintings and drawings. Lewis is best known for his […]
Kirkby Fruit Project is running another Community Juicing Day on Sunday October 30, in West End, Kirkbymoorside. Any quantity, big or small. Why let your suplus apples go to waste, when you can have delicious juice or the start of a barrel of cider? Ring or email Chris (details in the poster) for more information.
Another morning of arboreal destruction on the opposite bank to the previous fellings. When I first heard then saw what was happening I contacted the tree officer at Ryedale District Council to see if he knew about it: “They’re within their rights to do what they want with their trees, they own the land”. he said. […]
We began the Good Cause slot with the intention of showcasing 52 charities which are local to North Yorkshire, national charities which have a local face, or charities which meant something special to anyone who cared to contribute. We explain what they do, for whom, and what you can do to help, from donating money, […]
Do you enjoy helping people? Do you have good keyboard skills? Do you like working as part of a busy and professional team? If so, we would love to hear from you. We are currently looking for two Medical Receptionists to join our busy Reception Team dealing with patient enquiries on the telephone and in […]
The North York Moors Chamber Music Festival proudly presents ‘The Oculi Ensemble’ in a delightful arrangement of music at The Moors National Park Centre, Danby. Musical Director Jamie Walton presents the group on Friday 11 November at 7pm. Tickets cost £15 each and can be purchased by telephoning 01439 772738. Parking included in the price. […]
From farmer to cathedral builder, life in the middle ages will be under the microscope at a Day School arranged by the Pickering branch of the WEA. Tutor Dr Robert Wright describes the day: The course is called The Flowering of the Middle Ages, and in it we will explore the development of Europe’s economic […]
North Country Theatre is celebrating its 20th Anniversary year with a new play called “The Wish House”, a sinister story of superstition, sacrifice and dirty laundry. Based in the Yorkshire Dales, North Country Theatre specialises in taking professional theatre out into the country, touring to village halls, small theatres, arts centres, churches, auction marts, castles, […]
The Friends of Lastingham Church invite you to the Lastingham Annual Lecture 2016, to be given by Professor Ian Wood, and entitled ‘East Coast Connections’. The lecture will be an investigation of the seventh-century connections between Lastingham and Whitby, on the one hand, and monasteries in East Anglia and the northern part of the Frankish […]
Concerned about fracking? Don’t miss this opportunity to ask your questions at this balanced event. The panel includes people who can speak with authority about a range of issues, including technical and practical aspects, local and central government, regulation and planning. The event is organised by a group of concerned parish councillors in the Husthwaite / […]
How sad it was to walk down past the old council depot yesterday and see even more trees being cut down on the top of the bank. Not sure why these perfectly healthy specimens had to come down. Perhaps they were considered too precarious growing where they were. With the housing plans for the depot […]
Human remains sounds exciting, but what on earth is a Windypit? The Ryedale Windypits are natural underground features located on the western slope of the valley of the River Rye. These fissures are known locally as the Windypits because they tend to emit gusts of air which can cause rustling in the vegetation and in […]
On Wednesday October 19th at the RVS, Hungate Community Centre, Pickering starting at 7.30pm.
View them via the following links: Old Highways Depot Street Elevation and site plan. Note these are proposals which are being considered at the next Town Council planning committee meeting.
The next meeting of the council will be at 7.30pm on Monday 17th October 2016 in Church House. Members of the council are requested to attend. Members of the public and the press are also very welcome. Photographing, recording, broadcasting or transmitting the proceedings of a meeting is permitted so long as this does not […]
From Ryedale District Council: When the power goes out, it can leave people feeling unsure about what to do, with many wrongly thinking they should call the electricitysupplier they pay their bill to. In order to solve this problem, a new phone number is being launched by electricity networks. You can now dial 105 to […]
“Turandot”, the spectacular Puccini opera set in imperial China, is on stage at York Theare Royal in November with York Opera. If you fancy seeing it, without struggling to York in wintry weather, why not take advantage of a coach trip organised by the Pickering branch of the WEA? The trip is scheduled for Saturday […]
British ESA Astronaut Tim Peake has inspired adults and children alike with his recent mission to the International Space Station (ISS). This is your chance to hear about his experiences first hand. From launch to landing, discover what it’s like to live and work aboard the ISS. Tim Peake is the first British ESA Astronaut. […]
Moorsbus would like to thank everyone who supported our services in 2016. We will be back again as soon as we can in 2017 but in the meantime we need your help. Our services currently cover 50% of their own costs, so we need donations to our Bus Fund. For more details please see our […]
The market, which is now in its 8th year, will be held on Saturday November 26th, 2016. It will feature up to 40 stalls lining the festive high street, the ground and first floor of the Memorial Hall, selling a variety of Christmas gifts. The stalls offer goods and produce from mostly local craftspeople working […]
From Ryedale District Council: A Tier 2 Weight Management Service has been launched in Ryedale, as part of efforts to help improve the health and wellbeing of local communities. (Tier 2 services cover “lifestyle interventions”.) The newly commissioned service was launched on 16 November 2015, and is being managed by Everyone Active, in partnership with […]
Remember the Beadlam Charity Tractor run that came through the town in May, on the day of the 10k race and the Tour de Yorkshire? Representatives of the run recently presented a cheque for over £8000 to the Yorkshire Air Ambulance, bringing the total amount raised over the last 14 years to a staggering £92,686! […]
The weather and daylight are gradually closing in for the winter, but Ryedale Walking Group is still getting out there, albeit with only two walks in the calendar for the second half of October Saturday 22nd October sees the Group’s annual general meeting, but before that there will be a walk from Middleton to Aislaby, […]
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