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First of all, thank you for still being here by our side through these very challenging times. In the grand scale of things, will there or won’t there be a Call of the Wild Festival this year has not always been at the forefront of even our thoughts, so we are indeed very grateful for […]

DUNGEON WILL REOPEN WITH EXTENSIVE MEASURES IN PLACE TO KEEP GUESTS, TEAM MEMBERS (AND EVEN ‘INMATES’) SAFE York Dungeon is set to reopen to visitors from the 18th July 2020, as national lockdown measures continue to ease. The site team has worked throughout the lockdown to design and implement reopening measures that ensure that the […]

Older Citizens Advocacy York has remained open throughout the Covid-19 lockdown. We have supported 91 older people in the last 3 months. We have a team of 30 volunteer and the types of issues with which they could support clients with include power of attorney, advanced statements, welfare benefits, pensions, accessing health and social care […]

A Principal Curator of the Natural History Museum and a former Director from Arts Council England have been appointed as new members of the York Museums Trust board of Trustees. Miranda Lowe is a museum scientist as well as Principal Curator of Crustacea & Cnidaria at the National History Museum where she has worked for […]

MULTI STORY PICTURE HOUSE Leeds’ first and only independent drive-up cinema From 17-19 July 2020 Multi Story Picture House presents Drive-up Cinema – a socially distanced outdoor cinema experience, organised to give you something to look forward to during lockdown. Based at Bowcliffe Hall in Bramham, Multi Story Picture House will be showing 9 screenings […]

New Coppergate Centre Brollywalk echoes city-wide sentiment – We Love York! 36 new umbrellas are dancing in the air above visitors to York’s Coppergate Centre, with the installation of a new Brollywalk as the city re-opens for business, and the message is very clear: We Love York! The Coppergate Centre’s umbrellas have been a focus […]

York-based band KanOwurmz are releasing an original single entitled “Hope (Lockdown Session)” on Friday 3 July to raise money for the British Red Cross. All proceeds from download sales and donations will go to the charity.  How it all happened … Shortly after KanOwurmz formed in 2015, keyboard player Giordano Girotto dusted off an instrumental […]

In lieu of holding the Thirsk CP Annual Summer Fayre, the members of the PTA will hold a virtual balloon race over the Sahara Desert, this will launch on Saturday 8th August at 12pm. To buy a balloon at a cost of £3 each (no max numbers to purchase) please visit Here you can […]

Hannah Wakelam, the teenage musical theatre performer who is organising Yorkshire’s Got Talent in aid of the Joseph Rowntree Theatre’s Raise the Roof appeal, is unveiling more exciting news about the contest which is sure to attract more entrants to the online event. Current entrants are already aware of the £100 prize money and county-wide coverage […]

Joseph Rowntree Theatre to be lit in red tonight to highlight the desperate situation of the live performance  industry Tonight the Joseph Rowntree Theatre will be joining hundreds of live performance venues across the country as the industry seeks to highlight the current plight of the sector.  The #LightItInRed action is designed to draw attention […]