i2i are very excited to announce our very popular Football Academy Elite Training Camps will be running again this Half Term in York. Book your places to avoid disappointment because we fill up fast! Please see our flyer below for details.
This amazing Ugandan choir is not to be missed and will be making their annual visit the area on October 15th at Ryedale School (starts 7.00pm) and the following evening, the 16th at Kirkbymoorside School (starts 6.30pm). Tickets are £5 adults and £3 for students in full time education. You are stongly advised to book […]
This is in reponse to a consultation on Third Energy’s application to drill for gas in the area. Importantly the district council does not have the power to rule on the planning application made by gas firm Third Energy, which wants to frack a well near the village of Kirby Misperton to test if it […]
Meet every Friday at the Friends Meeting House, West End, Kirkbymoorside 10.30am – 12. Mums, dads and grandparents are all very welcome. This is an embedded Microsoft Office document, powered by Office Online.
The 36th season of the City of York Guildhall Orchestra promises to be one of the very best. The Orchestra will be welcoming five soloists spread across three concerts, continuing its series of Sibelius Symphonies along with Schubert’s Unfinished Symphony, three Rossini Overtures, Stravinski’s Firebird Suite, Mussorgski’s Pictures at an Exhibition, and concerti by Beethoven, […]
This October the North Yorkshire Moors Railway is running afternoon excursions across the North York Moors giving passengers an unrivalled view of the Autumnal colours of the national park. To coincide with the Autumn fall, the Railway is offering reduced rate travel on its afternoon excursions, with £7 off an adult return ticket between Pickering […]
Here’s a taste of what’s on at Helmsley Arts Centre this month:
From Ryedale District Council: Calling all local landlords – Are you looking for some free advice? Do you want to keep up to date with legislation? Would you like free smoke alarms for your property? Do you want to meet other landlords in the area? Would you like to join a network that offers advice […]
Something Special, Kirkby’s lovely gift shop, is having a revamp and Hilary is selling some of her display cabinets and card display units so if you’re interested pop in and have a look. There’s some pictures below of a selection of the units. Specifications & Prices The large 5 shelf solid pine bookcase is £150.00. […]
Best-selling historian Tom Holland will be discussing his work, including his brand new book, Dynasty:The Rise and Fall of the House of Caesar, at York Explore library, at 7.00 pm on Thursday October 8. In this sequel to Rubicon, Tom Holland gives a dazzling portrait of Rome’s first imperial dynasty. Dynasty traces the full astonishing […]
Two forthcoming walks with the Ryedale Walking Group, a little further afield than usual. Sunday 11 October: Raincliffe Woods and the River Derwent, 7.75 miles (easy+) 1000ft. Park/Start: 10:00 am Green Gate car park, Forge Valley (SE 984875). Saturday 17 October: from Wintringham to West Heslerton, 9.25 miles (moderate) 1090 ft. Considerate parking in lay-by/roadside […]
Come and spend the day learning this wonderful technique – a lovely tool to use on family friends. A very gentle massage of the hands head and feet which creates an environment to just ‘be’. You will learn to give a session and also receive one. We will have a look at how the work […]
Monthly talks with the Helmsley Archaeological and Historical Society continue in October with Professor Richard Morris on “Lightnings, clouds and saints: Lastingham and its neighbours in the seventh and eighth centuries“. The talk will ask why so many religious houses were founded in Anglo-Saxon Ryedale, introduce new evidence for their devotional life, surroundings and connections, […]
Calling all supporters! Please come along to our event in the Moorside Room on Wednesday 7 October from 9am till 7pm – we will have a selection of items, displays and documents on show – all designed to show why we need a permanent home. To raise funds for our Archive Project one of our members […]
Make yourself a cup of tea before starting this report from our MP – it’s a long one. Please feel free to comment below. You can also download and print it off if you prefer.
Yorkshire Energy Partnership is working with Ryedale District Council to promote renewable technologies in the area. They are holding a renewable information event on Thursday 8th October 2015, 2-6pm at the Old Malton War Memorial Hall, YO17 7HD. As you may have heard, the Feed-in-Tariff is going to be significantly cut in January from 12.47p/kWh […]
Would you like to invest in solar PV panels but do not have a suitable roof? Join us! To proceed we need to raise a minimum of £3000 by the end of October. We will pay you a 3–4% dividend and your capital repayments using the Feed-in Tariff. The minimum investment is £500, and shares […]
A treat for all jazz and blues aficionados and music lovers Lindsay Hannon will be playing Pickering Memorial Hall on November 5. Guaranteed to be more exciting than your average firework display, Lindsay Hannon is an accomplished singer and composer who creates an electric atmosphere. She has been described as one of the finest jazz […]
Advocacy Alliance is a voluntary organisation, established in 1990 to provide free, independent and confidential advocacy to empower individuals and enable them to have their voice heard. It involves a small team of staff who manage and develop advocacy throughout the Scarborough, Filey, Whitby and Ryedale areas. Why do People Need the Help of Advocacy? […]
Here’s what to do… As you may already know, the County Council has received the first application to frack in Ryedale. Third Energy want to start drilling at Kirkby Misperton (the ‘KM8’ site), but if they succeed, they are likely to be followed by many more applications across Ryedale. As we reported in our last […]
Ryedale School have some openings, details below: This is an embedded <a target=”_blank” href=”http://office.com”>Microsoft Office</a> document, powered by <a target=”_blank” href=”http://office.com/webapps”>Office Online</a>.
I am holding a casting event for Extras in Leeds this weekend, Sat 03 & Sun 04 and wanted to extend the invite to your readers. Our casting platform, called We Got POP, have worked on some major films including: Everest (2015), Mr.Holmes (2015), Night at the Museum (2014) and lots more! We currently have […]
Don’t miss it – this Friday 2nd October at the Summit Bakery between 11am and 2pm.
We are looking for suitable applicants to join our friendly team on a part time basis in the following roles: * Medicines Counter Assistant * Dispensary Assistant Applicants will require * A commitment to training if qualifications are not already held * Available to work Saturday and early evening hours (to 6pm) * Flexibility to […]
From Hovingham Village Market: We’re celebrating harvest at the next Hovingham Village Market. Children’s vegetable sculpture competition, or bring along a funny shape! Get ready for the funniest shaped vegetable or fruit sculpture competition. Bring along your funny sculpture or unusual shaped veg or fruit to the market. You could be one of our lucky […]
As readers may know, North Yorkshire County Council are wanting to hand over the running of Kirkbymoorside Library to the community. With that in mind they are holding a drop in information day at the library on 5 October. Please see details below:
Geologist Richard Myerscough continues his occasional series of Day Schools on the geology of the local area with a session devoted to the eastern part of the Norh York Moors. Organised by the Pickering branch of the WEA, this event will be held on Saturday October 3, and will run from 10.00 am to 4.00 […]
We hate to join the rush to advertise Christmas Things when it’s still only September, but we make an exception for the York Minster Carol Concerts which have widespread appeal – and tickets will sell out fast! Tickets for York Minster’s famous Christmas Carol Concerts go on sale next week. For many people, the spectacular […]
As always, there’s plenty to keep young minds and hands occupied this year! On Saturday, come to the Malton Methodist Church on Saville Street for retellings of Bible stories and craft activities, or watch the Open the Book team perform and bring to life well-loved Bible stories. These events are free and there’s something for children ages […]
The North York Moors National Park Authority has an exciting opportunity for a Tourism Apprentice to join our team. This two year role will allow experience to be gained at our Sutton Bank National Park Centre by providing front line and visitor facing tasks, where the successful candidate will be engaged in every aspect of […]
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