Barbara and Remi wish to thank all our customers for your support, company and friendship during the last three years. We have pleasure in handing over to Mike, who will now be taking over the Penny Bank Café from Friday 14th April 2017. Good luck Mike! Many, many thanks. Barbara and Remi
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Regular clients visiting Caroline’s hair salon can’t have failed to notice there’s been a bit of early Spring cleaning going on. Beautiful new wallpaper and a complete freshen up with paint – all done by Caroline herself, is a great start to 2017 for this popular local business. What they would have also spotted […]
Following the announcement that the Kirkbymoorside branch of the HSBC will close on June 16, leaving the town without a bank, and with only one cash machine, townsfolk are reacting with regret and some anger. The mayor of Kirkbymoorside has said it is a “great shame” that the town will be left without any banks […]
The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has expressed its disappointment at HSBC’s decision to close a further 62 of its local branches. It adds to a wave of branch closures by the big banks in recent years, leaving many smaller businesses unable to access the counter services they need, including basic functions such as depositing […]
Last week before Christmas and what better way to celebrate the year than with art, music, food and drink at Bils & Rye! In conjunction with The Piano Workshop, we are delighted to offer an afternoon of music, sloe gin and mince pies! Oh and don’t forget the art… Christmas Opening Times We […]
The 2016 Best Dressed shop window in Kirkbymoorside, as judged by Town Mayor, Angus Ashworth, has been awarded to Marie Atkinson at Home Decorating Centre, 7 Market Place, Kirkbymoorside, YO62 6AA.
Up to 140 public sector organisations across North Yorkshire, including libraries, leisure centres, Citizen’s Advice Bureaux, TransPennine train stations and community and children’s centres, have registered as Safe Places – but more are needed. Safe Places help people who may need a little extra help and support while out and about in their community. People […]
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 […]
Nominations are now open for Ryedale’s first business awards event to recognise and celebrate what great businesses we have in our area. Winners will be announced over a celebratory breakfast served to the nominees and their guests at the White Swan, Ampleforth, on 24th January 2017, hosted by Vale Radio. Anna Lupton, owner of the […]
Another evening to remember at the Penny Bank cafe. Phone 01751 432606 to make your reservation.
After nearly four years building up their gallery business, Kate & Nick Bentley were finally seduced by the old White Horse hotel in Kirkbymoorside. The task of moving the business, with over 1000 exhibits the five miles has begun with a scheduled opening date of 3rd September 2016. The new gallery space will kick off […]
On Saturday 27th August – 6.30 – 8.30pm – Questo cibo e molto buono!!
The town’s popular and long established barber has asked the blog to scotch some recent rumours that he is about to retire. Nor has he won the lottery or is suffering from a serious illness (other rumours he’s recently heard!). Rob looks forward to continue working in the town for many years to come but […]
You can’t tell a restaurant’s hygiene standards by how clean and tidy their staff look. It’s the things you can’t see – like germs spread by bad hygiene practices – that you need to consider. A food hygiene rating inspection checks all the things you can’t see. Each business is given their hygiene rating when […]
On the 29th and 30th July – 2 courses £15, three courses £20 – bookings taken from 6.30 – 8.00pm.
If you are looking for a comfortable town centre location for visiting family and friends this summer here’s an option run by Sarah and Chris Ware. Their description: Sarah & Chris have recently opened up their home 6 Crown Square to guests, offering friendly and relaxed accommodation in the privacy of their guest suite. Overlooking […]
Founded by Julian Collings in 2015 with the primary objective of promoting the choral music of Russell Hepplewhite through both performances and recordings the Arcubus Ensemble will perform at Helmsley Arts Centre on Sat. July 2nd. In addition the group presents a series of Sunday afternoon recitals at St Mary-le-Bow in the City of London […]
An eye-catching hair and beauty salon has recently opened with owner Kirsty Lawrence returning to where her hairdressing career began. Five years spent at Goodies was followed by her going freelance and now she’s excited at having her own salon for the first time. She offers a full range of hair treatments and also has […]
On the 24th and 25th June – 2 courses £15, three courses £20 – bookings taken from 6.30 – 8.00pm.
On Friday the 10th of June, 10.30am-2.30pm. Our valuation days are open to anyone who wishes to come along for free valuations and advice on antiques and fine art they may wish to sell. This includes: Ceramics, Glass, Clocks & Watches, Fine Art, Silver & Jewellery, Coins, Medals & Militaria, Books, Postcards, Furniture & Rugs. […]
Mark John Barbering opened his doors today and by the time I got there at 10am two customers had already passed through. Mark has 18 years of hairdressing experience and comes from Pickering. He offers traditional as well as modern cuts and especially welcomes youngsters with superhero aprons and lollies to help them feel comfortable. […]
It may seem to odd to be thinking about your winter fuel store as we finally get to enjoy some decent weather but maybe not. Last week I ordered our usual two loads from local supplier Brian Pask Logs and within hours they’d been delivered. The timing could not have been better as we had […]
Hosted by Kevin Hollinrake, MP for Thirsk and Malton – Friday 10th June 2016 – Galtres Centre, Market Place, Easingwold. Morning session on superfast broadband. A presentation from Superfast North Yorkshire with presentation and Q&A sessions from BT, EE, Vodafone, Boundless, Moorsweb, Clannet, Beeline & OpenSignal.
Friday 22nd and Saturday 23th of April, 2016. Bookings taken from 6:30 – 8:00 pm. Please telephone the cafe on 01751 432606 to book table.
A recent number of instances have occurred whereby persons are going door-to-door on the pretext of selling household items. Reports from Police Officers and North Yorkshire Police intelligence suggests that many of these persons have previous convictions for burglary and may be using the activity of peddling to either commit or “recce” for such future […]
Artists John Creighton and his wife Anne Thalheim have opened a new picture framing business from their studio in Appleton-le-Moors. Picture framing service From budget to full archive quality. Framing with an artist’s eye for detail. We also make high quality gicle prints of art works and photographs. Telephone : 01751 417888 Please do leave […]
Home Instead Senior Care is an organisation that you won’t have heard of until you or a family member needs their services. They provide companionship-based care and support at home primarily for older people, but really for anyone who needs some help to maintain independence and quality of life. They have recently set up a […]
Valentine’s Evening will be on Saturday 13th February, 2016. Bookings taken from 6:30 – 8:00 pm. Please telephone the cafe on 01751 432606 to book table.
This months speciality evening will be Christmas and will be on Friday 11th and Saturday 12th December. Bookings are being taken from 6:30 – 8:00 pm. Please telephone the cafe on 01751 432606 to book.
The recent closure of the Summit Bakery Cafe (the bakery continues …) has seen owner of Past to Presents, Michael Clarke take over the space specifically for clocks and sets of dining crockery. As well as selling his colleague Paul Brewster undertakes repairs. Michael notes: “We don’t repair antique or long case clocks but more […]
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