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York’s Joseph Rowntree Theatre hits its £10,000 #SaveOurTheatres crowdfunding target

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 target. The nationwide scheme was backed by high- profile individuals such as Jude Law, who […]

todayOctober 21, 2020 4

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New Report Calls for Urgent Action to Tackle Critical Issue of Loneliness

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 better address the critical issue of loneliness. The call comes as the results of a […]

todayOctober 20, 2020 35

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Guild backs York as ‘City of Active Design’

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 a programme of in-person events, social distancing measures in place, and a huge range of […]

todayOctober 20, 2020 2

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YORK MAZE MOVES TO REASSURE VISITORS COVID SECURE HALLOWEEN EVENT FOR TWEENS WILL STILL GO AHEAD

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 part in. We made the difficult decision a couple of months ago not to run […]

todayOctober 19, 2020 2

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Restart a Heart Day 2020

Yorkshire Ambulance Service warns that confusion around what to do during the COVID-19 pandemic when someone is in cardiac arrest could cause delays in life-saving action and put lives at risk. New research commissioned by the Resuscitation Council (UK) has revealed that more than half (52%) of adults in Yorkshire and the Humber thought that all bystander CPR should only be carried out by professionals wearing PPE during the COVID-19 […]

todayOctober 14, 2020 11

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St Nicholas Fair Christmas Market Cancelled But York Still Open for Christmas

YO1 Radio will be working closely with City Centre Businesses to make sure our beautiful City is open for business this Christmas. Make It York and City of York Council have today announced that York’s St Nicholas Fair will not be going ahead this year as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.  Following the announcement that the government’s three-tier restriction system has resulted in York being added to the ‘medium’ alert […]

todayOctober 14, 2020 430

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Totally Locally Fiver Fest 2020

INDIE YORK IS PART OF THE TOTALLY LOCALLY NATIONAL FIVER FEST 10 – 24th October.  TOTALLY LOCALLY NATIONAL FIVER FEST – A HIGH STREET SHOPPING CAMPAIGN ARE JOINING IN WITH THEINDIE YORK’S INDEPENDENT SHOPS AND BUSINESSES THOUSANDS OF INDEPENDENT BUSINESSES ARE COMING TOGETHER TO HIGHLIGHT THEIR CONTRIBUTION TO THE GREAT BRITISH HIGH STREET AND YORK IS TAKING PART. To show the importance of supporting our high streets, Indie York members are […]

todayOctober 13, 2020 11

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York Schoolgirl Wins Cambridge History Prize

Mount Girl Scoops First Prize in Cambridge History Competition  A pupil from The Mount School York won first place in a national essay competition held by a prestigious Cambridge University college. Phoenix Woolnough, 17, a sixth form college student, was awarded first prize in Trinity College Cambridge’s annual Robson History Prize competition, in a competitive field of over 300 high calibre entries. She said of her win, “I can’t believe […]

todayOctober 13, 2020 4

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