From Ryedale Citizens Advice Bureau In November 2014 Ryedale Citizens Advice Bureau is presenting a Senior Citizen Warm Winter Health Package Week, in time to prepare consumers for winter by offering free, impartial and confidential advice to help consumers save energy, cut their bills and get all the support they are entitled to. Many older […]
This week we have another break from the sorrows of the world all requiring our attention, time and money, and look instead at something designed for pleasure – with a little education thrown in. A theatre. Specifically York Theatre Royal which has launched a £500,000 fundraising appeal to reach its target for a £4.1m redevelopment. […]
Once again we are looking forward to our annual Bingo fundraiser. As in previous year it is to be held at the Railway Club, Norton, Malton from 7.30pm. This is one of the many events that The Friends of Scarborough & Ryedale Carers Resource put on throughout the year. All welcome for a great night […]
On Friday 31st October Ryedale Folk Museum is inviting you to experience their enchanted grounds at night – with plenty of strange goings on! Ryedale Folk Museum’s popular annual family Halloween Party is back! Witches, zombies, ghosts and fairies alike are all invited to attend the spooktacular party where young visitors will be kept captivated […]
Here are the walks on offer in November with the Ryedale group of the Ramblers. 2nd November: Lockton Cemetary 10 miles, grid ref. SE 847 898, Leader L. Dickie. 10.00 am start. No dogs allowed. 9th November: Appleton-le-Moors 9 miles, grid ref. SE 736 878, Leader N. Emery. 10.00 am start. No dogs allowed. AND: […]
Many of you will be aware already that Yorkshire Water is again appealing for further help in respect of what appears to be septic tank waste or grease trap waste that is being illegally discharged into the public sewer network in Sinnington – and potentially into the river – and on this occasion I have […]
From treasure hunts and high-octane thrills to spooky crafts and autumnal activities, there’s plenty happening in the North York Moors this October half term. Information on all events and details of how to book can be found here. The National Trust’s Old Coastguard Station at Robin Hood’s Bay is the place to head on Saturday […]
For the new Dad’s Army Feature Film we are looking for males and females to be extras in Yorkshire. The Requirements You must be aged 25-90 years old You must have easy access for filming in Yorkshire Filming date: October & November 2014 (the specific dates that you are required will depend on the role […]
Halloween is traditionally a night when children enjoy dressing up and going ‘trick or treating’ around houses in the neighbourhood. Many householders are happy to hand over sweets or biscuits to children who are just having fun. However, occasionally groups of young people knock at every door whether they know the residents or not, demanding […]
This local charity, which offers activities and support to people across Ryedale with sight impairments, is holding a fashion show in Norton on 25th November.
From Carol and her team at Age UK Kirkbymoorside Please donate your unwanted items to Age UK in Kirkbymoorside; bags are available in the shop for you to pick up and fill with all your lovely donations. We are open 9-5 Monday to Saturday and 10-4 on Sunday, so you can shop and donate with […]
North Country Theatre made a welcome return to Helmsley Arts Centre last night with a revival of their 2002 production “A Month in the Country”, adapted from the 1980 novel of the same name by J.L. Carr. This is not the usual ‘ripping yarn’ we have some to expect from the company, but rather a […]
Much as we try, here at the blog, to be topical, and not start thinking about Christmas just yet, we can’t really resist it because all the good things are booking up fast, including the Santa Specials on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway. Join Santa and his special helpers for some festive fun this Christmas, […]
Can you knit? Got a spare half hour? Want to do something utterly daft, for a good cause? You knit a tiny little hat, to fit on the top of a bottle of an innocent smoothie (that’s a brand name, in case you haven’t come across them, they don’t use capitals), mail it to innocent, […]
Raffle, prize draw, free goodie bag, canapes and a glass of fizz. Tickets are £15, available from Bella di Notte, Sawmill Lane, Helmsley, tel 01439 770040. All proceeds to Marie Curie Cancer Care.
We’re a professional couple looking for a house to rent in the Ryedale area. We’re looking for…. – A rural location – A home with some character – A garden, preferably with storage – We would like a long term let of at least 12 months What we can promise you… – A professional couple […]
The York Guildhall Orchestra opens its 35th season next Saturday, October 16, with a concert featuring two pieces by Mendelssohn and two by Sibelius. The orchestra continues its journey though the works of Sibelius with his second symphony, and one of his smaller tone poems The Swan of Tuonela. The Mendelssohn pieces are the Overture […]
This week we aren’t looking for money, or goods, or time (except in tiny amounts). We are, literally, after your life blood – but only in manageable quantities. Donated blood is a lifeline for many people needing long-term treatments, not just in emergencies. Your blood’s main components, red cells, plasma and platelets are vital for […]
The North York Moors, Coast and Hills (NYMCH) LEADER Programme is seeking 11 representatives from the voluntary and private sectors to join an Executive Group that will decide how a pot of around £3 million can best be spent. Proposals for a new LEADER Programme to run for six years from 1 January 2015 were […]
At our meeting this coming Wednesday, the 15th October, our speaker is Linda Turnbull from the North Yorkshire County Record Office. Yes, we have seen Linda before, and we welcome her back with some further insight into the depths of the archives in a talk about Quarter Sessions records. Quarter Sessions records are a really […]
The autumn touring production from the ever inventive theatre company Northern Broadsides is Oliver Goldsmith’s “She Stoops to Conquer”. It’s the 18th century. Town and country, old and new collide at Mr Hardcastle’s ancestral home – the shabby and unchic Liberty Hall. Confined within these provincial walls the excessively coiffured Mrs Hardcastle pines for the […]
At the end of September, the North York Moors National Park Authority received a planning application from York Potash Ltd for the development of a new potash mine to the south of Whitby, the underground extraction of polyhalite from beneath the National Park and the construction of a tunnel through the National Park to transport […]
The next meeting of the council will be at 7.30pm on Monday 20th October 2014 in Church House. Members of the council are requested to attend. Members of the public and the press are also very welcome. You can follow this link to the agenda, and the agenda itself contains links to supporting documents.
In the 1960’s it was unacceptable to be pregnant out of wedlock, with many pregnant girls being sent to Church-run maternity homes to live out their pregnancies in secrecy and shame. This moving play by Amanda Whittington explores the two-month stay of Mary, who is adamant about keeping her baby, and the other three girls […]
“The Vikings in Yorkshire” is the next in the winter series of talks offered by the Helmsley Archaeological and Historical Society. The speaker is Professor Joyce Hill, Emeritus Professor of Medieval Literature at the University of Leeds. The Vikings came to Yorkshire as invaders, and remained as settlers. We can see evidence of their presence […]
It is now 70 years since the Normandy beach landings, but for three days, the clocks will be turned back to the 1940s as part of the North Yorkshire Moors Railway’s annual ‘Railway in Wartime’ weekend, running from 10 to 12 October 2014. During the Railway in Wartime weekend, anyone travelling along the historic railway […]
Ryedale CAB seeks a project coordinator for a new service specifically for young people aged 16-25. The coordinator will work on a freelance basis and will be responsible for own payments of NI and tax. The project runs from 1st December 2014 until 30th October 2015 and will be paid at 12 hours per week […]
North Yorkshire County Council plans to introduce restrictions on parking in the centre of Kirkbymoorside, limiting it to two hours during the day, and also prohibiting waiting in certain areas. Details do not seem to be available on line, but can be had at the library, and are pinned to a couple of posts in […]
Next week sees two new exhibitions open at the Inspired by… gallery, Danby. Lingering Presence brings together the work of photographer Phil Cornelius, pastel artist Keith Blessed and candle-maker Chris Jones, while Quilting for all Seasons highlights quilted works by the Cleveland Fibre Arts textile group. Both exhibitions start on 15 October and entry is […]
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