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Saturday 24 October to Sunday 1 November 2020 An exclusive opportunity to see artefacts unearthed at the recent excavations at the former Minster Self Drive site will be part of a series of tours conducted by archaeologists from York Archaeological Trust this half term holiday, when it hosts a series of Micklegate Walks. The walks […]

The national crowdfunding campaign launched by the Theatres Trust was designed to raise valuable funds to support theatres throughout the country.  York’s Joseph Rowntree Theatre was one of the first to sign up for the scheme and set itself an ambitious fundraising target of £10,000. Today, the theatre has announced that it has exceeded that […]

New Report Calls for Urgent Action to Tackle Critical Issue of Loneliness, as UK-wide Survey Highlights the Devastating Impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic A national charity, the Campaign to End Loneliness, has today (October 15) published a new report calling for urgent action by governments across the UK, health bodies, funders and service providers to […]

York’s newest guild is backing the city’s newest annual festival. The Guild of Media Arts is proud to be a programme partner in York Design Week, which runs from October 26 to November 1. The Guild says the Design Week will encourage everyone to get involved in designing a positive future for the city with […]

Following the Government announcement that York has been placed into Covid Tier 2, York Maze has moved to reassure visitors that they will still be open over October half term for their Hallowtween activities for 10-15 year olds. Says Tom Pearcy ‘Controlling the virus is a key priority which we all need to play our […]

Lancashire has become the second area of England to be placed under the toughest coronavirus restrictions. From Saturday, people in the north west county will be banned from socialising with anybody they do not live with in any indoor setting or private garden, as well as in most outdoor hospitality venues.   All pubs and […]

Wimbledon is set to go ahead next year even if the tournament has to be staged behind closed doors. The Championships was cancelled this summer for the first time since World War II because of the coronavirus pandemic and the All England Club is planning for several scenarios for 2021.   Chief executive Sally Bolton […]

British Airways has been fined £20 million over a 2018 data hack, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has announced. Investigators found the airline should have identified the security weaknesses which enabled the attack to take place. The carrier failed to protect the personal and financial details of more than 400,000 customers, the ICO said. It […]

Players kneeling in support of Black Lives Matter retains the backing of fans but opinions are split, according to a survey by YouGov which also found strong opposition to the new handball law. The fans surveyed were narrowly in favour of players and staff taking a knee pre-match, a margin of 49 per cent to […]

A Chinese Covid-19 vaccine candidate based on inactivated coronavirus is safe and elicits an antibody response, preliminary results have shown. The research, published in the journal Lancet Infectious Disease, is based on small early phase randomised clinical trials involving 640 participants.   Scientists said those aged 60 and over were slower to respond, with antibodies […]


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