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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 21

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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 […]

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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 26

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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 9

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Fee-Fi-Fo-Fum…get ready York for some socially-distanced Panto fun!

Christmas in York just wouldn't be complete without a family outing to the Pantomime! York Stage Ltd producer Nik Briggs, is excited to announce that the company will be bringing a brand new professional pantomime to the city this year… A panto made in York for the people of York! “Join us this December for some magical Christmas entertainment as we present JACK AND THE BEANSTALK, at the John Cooper […]

todayOctober 13, 2020 25

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York Museums Trust receive £850,000 from the Government’s Cultural Recovery Fund

York Museums Trust have received £850,000 from the Government’s Cultural Recovery Fund to help the charity survive the next six months. The Trust was one of more than 1,300 cultural and creative organisations across the country who found out on Monday (October 12) that they had been successful in applying to the scheme which was funded by the Treasury but distributed through Arts Council England. The money will help York […]

todayOctober 13, 2020 1

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The Joseph Rowntree Theatre’s appeal receives £1,000 boost from York Light Opera Company

One of the Joseph Rowntree Theatre’s longest standing hiring companies has gifted the theatre’s #SaveOurTheatres campaign £1,000 as the venue strives to reach a total target of £10,000. The donation comes as the theatre has just eight days left to reach its target and the donation has brought new momentum to the appeal. The crowdfunding campaign is a nationwide appeal to help secure the future of arts venues across the […]

todayOctober 13, 2020 2

Events

York Mumbler launches fun, free and safe activity for families this Halloween

Halloween is going to be even more fun this year with York Mumbler. The team have created a fun, free Goblin trail at Rowntree Park for families in York this October half term. Once upon a time a smelly, green Goblin was walking through the forest. A pine cone fell on his head and knocked him out. When he woke up he couldn't remember his name. A friendly, purple and […]

todayOctober 9, 2020 7

Easingwold

Live Music in Easingwold Centre for October Saturday afternoons

The lovely Market Town of Easingwold has been affected by the Covid pandemic like most other rural communities. Less people visiting has meant that our businesses have been put under some considerable pressure. Many people do feel that much safer sitting out of doors at the moment and rather than just talk about it, our Town Council believed that Easingwold’s growing Café Culture could be boosted by hosting live music […]

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