On Monday 9th October 2017, Ryedale School were delighted to welcome Mr Angus Ashworth, Mayor of Kirkbymoorside and Mrs Jill Wells, Town Councillor (also Headteacher of Sinnington CP School) to Ryedale School to host an assembly. The purpose of the visit was to congratulate two of our students: Bailey Crossland (Year 10) and George Stead […]
No less than three trips to a musical event are being arranged by the Pickering branch of the WEA in the near future. Why not take advantage of a coach with pick-ups right here in Kirkbymoorside and avoid struggling through the winter weather? And coaches also pick up only in Sinnington and Pickering, so you […]
Ryedale Walking Group is offering the following walks in late October. New members are always welcome, and there’s still time to enjoy the autumn colours before winter sets in. Sunday 22nd October: Sutton Bank & Boltby circular 7.5 miles (moderate+) 1300ft Park/Start: 10:30 Sutton Bank visitor centre (SE516830) Car parking £4.50 Tuesday 24th October: […]
Its spectacular rose window was the inspiration for York Minster, but a restoration effort 90 years ago threatened to do almost as much damage as Henry VIII…. Byland Abbey, on the southern fringe of the North York Moors National Park, one of the most spectacular yet possibly least known of Yorkshire’s ruined medieval monasteries, was […]
North Country Theatre has been in business, taking theatre to remote locations in village halls, small theatres, arts centres, churches, auction marts, castles, railway waiting rooms, hotels, and gardens, since 1996. I found them a few years later, on their annual visit to the Helmsley Arts Centre, and have since been a regular supporter. Over […]
The barbers shop is running a prize draw to celebrate Rob’s 25 years in the town – everyone who gets their hair cut is entered so get on down there!! And congratulations to Rob – great acheievement! If you have a message for him just leave it in the comment box below:
Fundraising for York Against Cancer. In June 2017 we decided to raise money for York Against Cancer, a local charity very close to our hearts. It provides care and support to people affected by cancer and their families – not just in York but more widely in North and East Yorkshire. We wanted to show […]
“The writing on the wall: the concealed communities of the East Yorkshire horse lads” is the subject of a forthcoming talk at the Helmsley Archaeological and Historical Society. Tucked away in the granaries and barns of East Yorkshire are the remains of 19th and 20th century graffiti, created by the horse lads of East Yorkshire. […]
Continuing our occasional series of things to do and see on a day out, with another post from our roving reporter Veronica Pearson. ‘An enjoyable day out in Bradford’ is not a phrase that would spring unbidden to many minds. But if you substitute ‘Saltaire’ for ‘Bradford’ the enterprise looks altogether more hopeful and, formally […]
From English Heritage: Cast light on a dark history this Halloween! See Bram Stoker’s inspiration in a new light as Whitby Abbey is bathed in dramatic illuminations once again. This year we’ll be lighting the abbey every evening for a whole week – it’s going to be ‘spooktacular’! Have your camera at the ready as […]
York Theatre Royal’s legendary panto dame Berwick Kaler gave an exclusive interview to York Press about how he’s getting ready for Christmas following heart surgery surgery earlier this year. This year’s Jack and the Beanstalk will be Berwick’s 39th pantomime. The full York Theatre Royal panto family is back as Berwick is joined again by […]
There will be information stalls by a variety of organisations including community support and funding advice plus lunch and refreshments.
The District Council has recently launched a new bin collection page on the website which uses a more user friendly streetname or postcode lookup form instead of a google map search. This allows the user to see their forthcoming collection days and download a schedule of dates for the coming months ahead in PDF printable […]
Di and Viv and Rose by Amelia Bullmore. Age Recommendation 14+ directed by Natasha Jones Starring Florrie Stockbridge, Kerrianne Linning and Natasha Jones ‘How do you want to live here? I mean we could come and go and lead separate lives. Or we could really live together. What do you think?’ Aged 18, three women […]
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The new season of monthly talks offered by the Pickering branch of the WEA begins this coming Friday with Gareth Wyn Evans on the subject of ‘Farming Todaty’.
Here’s a taste of what’s on this month at the Helmsley Arts Centre:
Readers of The Guardian will know that it recently published a list of the 50 Best Sunday Lunches to be had, nationwide. Included in ‘the North’ was the Star Inn just down the road at Harome. Here’s what they had to say: The Star Inn conjures the feeling of JRR Tolkein’s hobbit-filled Shire as you […]
Lots of exciting events taking place in October at Waterstones bookshop in Coney Street, York. Here’s a sample. October 2: Crime writer Liz Mistry launches her third novel October 4: afternoon tea at Betty’s with York’s favourite author, Kate Atkinson October 9: biographer Claire Tomlin turns the spotlight on her own life October 14: another […]
Kirkbymoorside Environment Group organised the town’s first repair cafe recently, and very successful it was too. Look out for the next one, coming soon.
The local branch of the Ramblers has five walks scheduled for October, as follows. 1st October: 10.00 am start. Ingleby Greenhow Car Park off Church Lane. 10 miles, grid ref.NZ 582 063. Leader A. Fuller. 8th October: 10.00 am start. Egton Bridge Car Park. 10 miles, grid ref.NZ 805 053. Leader I. Gibbs. 15th October: […]
Ryedale School, one of the leading comprehensive schools in North Yorkshire, is seeking a new member of staff – a general teaching assistant. Details below, more info.
I’m looking for someone to share my office right in the centre of Kirkbymoorside. Just £30pw to include wifi. I’m not here all the time so you will have the office to yourself occasionally. Interested? Please email me so we can arrange a time for you to have a look around – cbfr @ me.com […]
Ninebarrow are a multi-award-winning folk duo who are impressing audiences across the country with their innovative and captivating take on the folk tradition. Gilling East Village Hall, Gilling East – Friday 20th October. Described by Mike Harding as sounding ‘damn fine’, by Seth Lakeman as ‘a fantastic duo’ and by Kate Rusby as ‘absolutely amazing’, […]
Is a unique community created by The Purple Carrot team for those who love delicious, authentic, beautiful food that just happens to be vegetarian and vegan. The desire is to meet monthly throughout the seasons to enjoy a meal prepared by Kate – Mind For Cooking, food full of colour, flavour, texture and lots of […]
Mind (Scarborough, Whitby and Ryedale) are recruiting fundraising volunteers in Malton, Pickering and Helmsley and will be holding an open evening at The Talbot Hotel, Malton on Wednesday 11 October from 6pm to 7.30pm for potential volunteers to find out more. Mind provide support to adults experiencing mental ill health in Ryedale and across North […]
From the York Guildhall Orchestra: Having ended our last season on a high with a ‘Proms Extravaganza’ we shall begin our new season on October 14th in similar mood with the fizzing Carnaval Romain Overture by Berlioz. The famous, Faure Pavane will follow and the first half will culminate with a performance of Bartok’s 3rd […]
Invite you to a Flower Festival with a difference – “A Walk through the Seasons” – featuring knitted and crochet displays. To be held at All Saints Church, Kirkbymoorside. Preview evening with wine and music Friday October 13th at 7pm. Display open daily Sat 14th – Sun 22nd October, 10am – 4pm. Tea and Coffee […]
Kirkbymoorside in Bloom has been shortlisted by the Skipton Building Society from 700 applicants to receive a Grassroots Giving award. To ensure that this award is received we need YOUR help please by voting. There are over 350 groups shortlisted and the 164 groups with the highest number of votes will each win £500. Please […]
From Kirkby Fruit Project: Would you like your early cropping apples juiced free of charge? Then come along to our first Community Juicing Day of the 2017 season at Netherby, West End, Kirkbymoorside, on the first Sunday in October between 2pm and 4pm. Apples juiced while you wait! The fresh juice will last for up to […]
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