Applications to apply for a grant from Kirkbymoorside Youth Trust are now welcome. The above Trust exists to provide money to assist the education of girls and boys up to the age of 18 as members of local youth organisations within the parish of Kirkbymoorside. The Trust is able to make grants to childrens’ groups […]
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What is it like to be a young person in North Yorkshire today? The county’s Children’s Trust Board is anxious to know as it prepares an updated edition of its Children and Young People’s plan, Young and Yorkshire. In 2014, the Children’s Trust launched the first edition of Young and Yorkshire. It set out how […]
The organisers of the 2017 Coastival Festival in Scarborough would like to promote an exciting FREE songwriting workshop taking place during half term on Sat 18th February and invite anyone aged 8-11 to take part. Songlines with Sam Dunkley February 18th | 10.30am Join community musician Sam Dunkley to write and perform a brand new […]
Families with children aged 4 – 14 are invited to take part in the next round of the North York Moors National Park’s Explorer Club which starts at the beginning of September. Meeting one Saturday or Sunday a month for six months, the club is a great way for families to learn about the habitats […]
To celebrate Wimbledon, Hovingham Market and Hovingham Tennis Club are sponsoring free professional coaching for children, on Saturday July 2. Sessions 10.30-11.30, 11.30-12.30, and 12.30-13.30. Book NOW to secure a place by email to email@example.com Limited places available on the day, subject to availability.
Dan Ward from Kirkbymoorside, is having trials for the North of England Under-15s cricket squad having shone for Yorkshire U15s this season. The all-rounder has played against Cheshire and Wales already this season for the White Rose and, in search of North selection, has been to trials at Old Trafford, Ampleforth School and the ECB […]
This popular centre has eleven different ensembles for musicians of all ages and abilities and all instruments. Several young people from Kirkbymoorside, Pickering and surrounding villages attend with a subsidised bus service running from Pickering. Scarborough Area Music Centre
Families with children aged 4 – 14 are invited to take part in the next round of the North York Moors National Park’s Explorer Club which starts at the beginning of May. Meeting one Saturday or Sunday a month for six months, the club is a great way for families to learn about the habitats […]
Young people are being asked to complete a survey about their aspirations and their thoughts on life in North Yorkshire, including jobs, transport and technology. A group of Young Advisors employed by North Yorkshire County Council were requested by Business and Enviromental Services to ask young people some questions about life in North Yorkshire. The […]
Young musicians from the Kirkbymoorside area have come together to form the Ryedale Wind Band. The band has been set up by Robert Coates of the Ryedale School of Music, on Tinley Garth. It is well known that the Ryedale area has a number of very successful brass bands which are flourishing with young, talented […]
Come along tomorrow morning (Saturday 21st Nov) and see the children’s entries, Kirkby images from the 60s and catch the final showing of ‘Kirkby Fest 2013’ at 11am! The display is on from 10am until 12noon for one morning only – drop and have a chat.
From bats and crafts to forest walks, Halloween promises to be spooktacular. With half-term approaching why not take some time out to visit the North York Moors and join in some of the spell binding activities on offer. Information on all events and details of how to book can be found here. Sally-Ann Smith, Exhibitions […]
From Lizzy Whynes, Artistic Director for the York Theatre Royal TakeOver Festival 15/16: This year’s TakeOver Festival is unlike any other. We are delighted to be collaborating with the National Railway Museum while York Theatre Royal goes through its £4.1 million redevelopment. TakeOver is run entirely by 12 to 26-year-olds and we have truly taken […]
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 […]
Starting Tuesday July 21st and running right through the summer holidays there are training camps for young football enthusiasts taking place in both Pickering and Ampleforth. Details below: Download Summer Football Flyer
We are currently recruiting for the North Yorkshire Youth Commission on Police and Crime, which is a new project in partnership with the Police and Crime Commissioner. The purpose of the Youth Commission is to enable young people to support, challenge and inform the work of the Police and Crime Commissioner, Julia Mulligan. The Youth […]
Even though York Theatre Royal‘s building is closed for extensive renovation work, the company is still active. Here are details of what they have planned for children in the 25th-29th May half-term holiday. The Trail of Forgotten Things, 25 – 30 May, Age 11 – 16 Years We are looking for keen 11-16 year-olds who […]
Three Year 6 pupils from Kirkbymoorside Primary School, Jasmine, Jamie and Melissa took the brave step of organising and completing their own mini-triathlon in aid of Sports Relief 2015 on Saturday 28th March. The weather was not kind and they had to brave wind and rain as well as a very muddy field to run 1 mile, […]
Wednesday 1st April sees the second of the Kirkbymoorside History Group’s displays this year in the Moorside Room (Old Library) between 9am and 5pm. The group are appealing for memories and stories relating to Welburn Hall School and its pupils. Members will be on hand to chat, along with photos of former pupils and teachers, […]
Opportunity Knocks, now in its fourth year, has become a firm fixture with Ryedale secondary schools and gives more than 250 students from years 9, 10 11, 12 and 13 the chance to interact with over 23 local businesses to raise their awareness about local career opportunities. The one day event, which is organised by […]
More than 200 students and their parents attended an event at Ryedale School to showcase career options in Ryedale. Ryedale District Council and North Yorkshire Business and Education Partnership (NYBEP) organised the event to help young people understand the many career options available locally with Ryedale businesses. 23 colleges, local employers and training providers took […]
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 […]
Helmsley Arts Centre is offering two summer schools for young people, starting on Monday 28 July. There is a musical theatre summer school for those between the ages of 12 and 17, which runs for five days to Friday 1 August. This exciting project will be an inspiring five days of music, movement and theatre […]
Tuesday was the first day of our fourth year with Italian children in Kirkbymoorside. We have 5 visitors this year; Gaia, Giuseppe, Giovanni, Francesco and Lorenzo. They are from Naples, Genoa, Milan and Bologna and all staying with different host families in town. We arrived bright and early in Pickering for the 9.00 am North […]
Three local schoolgirls – Beth, Hannah and Heather – have taken it upon themselves to organise and complete their own challenge in aid of Sports Relief 2014 this weekend ahead of next Friday’s events. Sports Relief 2014 With the support of their friends and pupils at Kirkbymoorside CP School, they have been sponsored to cycle three miles in the hope […]
To mark National Apprenticeship Week (3 – 7 March) the National Park has outlined the work they are doing supporting young apprentices. The Authority set up its first apprentice scheme in 2002 to address an identified need to help young people develop the skills and confidence to find jobs locally and therefore sustain local communities. The […]
Wildlife is the theme for the events taking place at The Moors National Park Centre, Danby this February half term (17 – 21 February). From making bird feeders to crafting spring flowers, the events focus on animals and plants found in the North York Moors National Park. Events cost £4 – 5 and are suitable […]
Start your journey at The Brooklyn Youth Centre, 68 Langton Road, Norton on Wednesday 12th February. 2pm—4pm, contact us on 01609 536138 for more information. Get helpful friendly advice from your local Youth Service.
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