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New chief executive appointed at Martin House

Yorkshire charity Martin House Children’s Hospice has appointed Clair Holdsworth as its new chief executive. Clair, who has been acting as interim chief executive since July 2020, has worked at Martin House for nearly five years, and was previously its director of clinical services. She said: “It is an amazing team and organisation to be part of, but to lead that team and to lead Martin House into the future […]

todayApril 13, 2021 14

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YORK MAZE ANNOUNCES SUMMER OPENING WITH 100 JOBS ON OFFER

In another positive boost for post lockdown Britain, award-winning Yorkshire attraction York Maze, which was not able to open last year due to Covid, is confident they will open this summer and is recruiting 100 seasonal staff to meet expected demand. Says York Maze owner & farmer Tom Pearcy, “This time last year, with the country facing rising levels of Covid-19 infection, I made the difficult decision not to open […]

todayApril 10, 2021 11

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The Joseph Rowntree Theatre Reopens Its Doors

Joseph Rowntree Theatre is reopening its doors on Friday 21 May with a spectacular show from the Bev Jones Musical Company, "Strictly Cabaret". Tickets for the show go on sale today, Tuesday 6 April. The theatre has a line-up of 9 shows between May and August. Take a look at the lineup here. Dan Shrimpton, chair of the theatre trustees, said: "We're thrilled to be staging live shows once again […]

todayApril 6, 2021 9

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Rugby League World Cup 2021 Tickets Now on General Sale to Mark 200 Days to Go

General admission tickets on-sale today ( Tuesday 6 April at 9:00 AM BST) following a hugely successful pre-sale and ballot process Prices start as low as £2.21 and there’s tickets for all games still available 80% of tickets are priced below £50 Competing nations merchandise also launched York will host eight women’s tournament fixtures, including both women’s semi-finals at the LNER Community Stadium. Today (Tuesday 6 April) marks 200 days […]

todayApril 6, 2021 17

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Local NHS asks for views on current adult autism and ADHD service

The NHS in York and North Yorkshire is calling for patients' help to reshape adult autism and ADHD services. NHS Vale of York and North Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) are hoping to gather feedback from people who have accessed adult autism and ADHD assessment and diagnostic services. Patient experiences will help influence the design of "a new service model that would better meet the needs of our local communities". […]

todayApril 6, 2021 15

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York Museums Trust to receive £423,000 from Government’s Culture Recovery Fund

Charity among more than 2,700 recipients to benefit from the latest round of awards from the £1.57 billion fund York Museums Trust has been awarded £423,226 from the second round of the Government’s Culture Recovery Fund. The funding will enable the Trust to reopen the Yorkshire Museum in the summer for the first time since March 2020, as well as helping the charity remain financially viable following losses of more […]

todayApril 2, 2021 6

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Everyone should be able to have their say on the future of local councils in North Yorkshire and York

District and borough councils are striving to tackle concerns that people may be missing the chance to take part in a Government consultation on the future of local government in North Yorkshire and York. The Government has said local government in North Yorkshire and York must be reorganised to form one-tier, unitary authorities – and is currently holding a consultation on two separate proposals that have been put forward. The […]

todayMarch 30, 2021 18

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British artist, Sarah Gillespie will present Moth at Castle Howard, North Yorkshire

“If what I have been given is the ability to focus, to pay attention, and if there is even the remotest chance that in attending lies an antidote to our careless destruction, then that’s what I have to do – to focus. It’s not enough but it’s necessary.” Sarah Gillespie, 2019. British artist, Sarah Gillespie will present Moth at Castle Howard, North Yorkshire (29 May - 5 September 2021), an […]

todayMarch 26, 2021 16

National News

Sturgeon misled Holyrood committee over Salmond investigation report finds

Nicola Sturgeon misled a Scottish Parliament committee, an investigation into the Scottish Government’s unlawful handling of harassment allegations against Alex Salmond has concluded. The findings are separate from those of James Hamilton, who reported on Monday that there had been no breach of the ministerial code by the First Minister over her role in the saga. The Committee on the Scottish Government Handling of Harassment Complaints found a “fundamental contradiction” […]

todayMarch 23, 2021 24

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PM praises nations great spirit on day to mark Covid lockdown anniversary

The Prime Minister has offered his condolences to those bereaved during the coronavirus pandemic and praised the “great spirit” shown during the past year on the anniversary of the first national lockdown. The nation will pause on Tuesday in remembrance of those who have died during the crisis as part of a national day of reflection, organised by the end-of-life charity Marie Curie. A minute’s silence will be held at […]

todayMarch 23, 2021 15

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