Schools in the Dales have plans in place to ensure all pupils can enjoy a safe return to school next month, including the testing of all secondary school aged students for coronavirus. Wensleydale School has been testing since January with all pupils who had to attend school having no problems with the lateral flow tests.
This weekNorth Yorkshire Rotters are on a mission to tackle food waste and its impact on climate change during Food Waste Action Week (March 1 to 7).
Julia Mulligan, North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner, is inviting dog owners to complete a new national survey to better understand dog theft.
Welconme to Yorkshire acknowledges the ‘Outdoor Economy’ is set to grow, but help is needed for many Yorkshire businesses whose life blood is tourism.
Here are details of the stage by stage roadmap released by the Government.
This week, the public, businesses and organisations are to be invited to have their say on the three proposals for Skipton, Harrogate and Selby.
Yorkshire based arts charity Settle Stories are on a mission to reach 10,000 children this World Book Day. They will offer two free online live performances for primary school children.
The flat cap has experienced a resurgence in recent years, due in no small part to TV shows like Peaky Blinders which have made the style a fashion must-have for the discerning gentleman.
North Yorkshire’s highways teams have worked around the clock to battle the extreme weather and are reassuring residents they are prepared for any more to come. In addition to the big yellow gritters, much of the clearance has been down to local farmers and their ploughs.
Unpaid carers who are the main carer of an elderly or disabled person are now in priority group 6 for the COVID vaccine and should register says Dales charity the Carers Resource.
A resident in Hawes has been receiving nuisance calls of an unsettling nature in the last two weeks, with no reason behind them.
Welcome to Yorkshire launches 52 free stunning online backdrops of iconic Yorkshire landscapes and locations to fall in love with the county every week of the year.
Education leaders have put together some fun family activities to encourage children away from computer screens for the half-term holidays.
As the school half-term break arrives, families are urged to keep up the great effort to bring down the Covid-19 infection rate and not to be tempted to head to the countryside or coast.
Mobile Access North Yorkshire (MANY) has secured permission from the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority to erect one of the masts, which will bring the latest technology – 5G – to the north end of Coverdale.
Resilient highways teams have battled temperatures as low as -8˚C to minimise the delays in the reopening of a flood-hit bridge in the Yorkshire Dales.
The National Park Planning Committee has approved an application to erect a phone mast for 5G technology in Coverdale and application to build five affordable homes in Bainbridge .
Businesses from across North Yorkshire are voicing their support for the East & West model of local government, which is being proposed by six district and borough councils.
North Yorkshire libraries are showcasing a wide programme of children’s half-term activities which can be enjoyed from the comfort of their home
A Christmas raffle has raised much-needed money for mental health charity MIND. Settle United AFC raised £1,500 by running a raffle on the run up to Christmas.
Settle community groups and businesses have come together to create the first ever 'Rainbow Town'
The Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority is urging visitors to keep social distancing if they visit the Dales this weekend and they've created a great poster to remind people how far apart they should be.