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Christmas festivities arriving to the web
The web adventure park in York has begun its festivities with the commencing of a Christmas festival featuring a variety of activities for all the family.
'Doing uni’ days ignite new aspirations for York primary pupils
Young learners from Woodthorpe, Westfield, Park Grove and St Lawrence's Primary School had the unique opportunity to take part in academic sessions in a range of disciplines, including history and nursing, and to find out all about higher education and careers.
Izakaya - "Stay, Drink, Place" the new informal Japanese dining experience in York
Following a very successful soft launch week at the end of November, Izakaya's Grand Opening was on 1st December and all seems to be going down well.
York Minster to host Christmas Tree Festival
York Minster has undergone a festive makeover in recent days, as the city’s most popular attraction hosts the Christmas Tree Festival.
Planners close to getting the green light for new music venue
It’s looking more and more likely that planners will get the go ahead for the construction of a new music venue in the heart of York.
Jorvik Radio Christmas raffle launches to raise funds for pancreatic cancer charity in York
This year, the team at Jorvik Radio will be supporting the Three Bears Foundation, a York-based charity that raises much-needed funds and promotes awareness for those diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer.
Please NE Musical can we have some more!
The musical "OLIVER" had its last showing on Saturday at Joseph Rowntree Theatre and it has been hailed as an amazing success. Over 3500 attended the shows at Joseph Rowntree Theatre with audience feedback "outstanding".
York Racial Equality Network Newsletter November 2022
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Festive 90 Minute daily Walking Tours through the twinkling streets of York
According to one 19th-century historian, over 1,500 years ago, in AD 521, King Arthur and his retinue celebrated Christmas in the city of York 'not by holy conversion and devout exercises,' as he wrote reprovingly, 'but in the spirit of heathen revelry; with feasting and mirth; in wantonness and many excesses... this was the first ever Christmas festival held in Britain’
Ryedale’s crafty Christmas Elves open their gifting grottos for stress-free shopping
A new online marketplace is showcasing the unique skills of some of North Yorkshire’s most extraordinary artists and craftspeople to help people buy local without having to leave their armchairs! Visit Ryedale’s new ‘Made in Ryedale’ hub which brings together locally-produced Christmas gifts to combine with convenience of Amazon and creativity of Etsy with a lower carbon footprint and support the local economy.
York City 1-1 Wrexham: Late show sees Minstermen claim solid point
front of the BT Sport cameras, York City fought hard to secure a point with Hollywood-owned Wrexham in the National League.
David Webb appointed first team manager of York City
York City Football Club are delighted to confirm the appointment of David Webb as our new first team manager. Webb – who has experience of different high-level roles at several Premier League and European clubs – will take charge of the team from Monday with his first game being next weekend’s trip to Woking.
York City have today parted company with manager John Askey
The shock termination of Askey's contract, comes after a string of six league games without a win, despite sitting in 12th place on their return back to the National League, considered a success by many City fans.