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15-20 February 2021 With uncertainly surrounding what Covid-19 restrictions may be in place in the new year, the team behind JORVIK Viking Festival has revealed plans for something new and different for February half term – That JORVIK Viking Thing, a hybrid of online activity, including livestreamed Viking-themed events, storytelling and an online version of its annual JORVIK Viking Symposium, with smaller scale tours and a traders’ market in the […]

todayDecember 4, 2020 124

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Vikings and medieval period are still on the curriculum – and we’re ready to help!” JORVIK Group launches pandemic-adapted education packages

With keeping schools open a huge priority for the government as the Covid-19 pandemic continues, the education team from The JORVIK Group of attractions has launched a host of packages and resources so that school children around the country can continue to enjoy a vibrant history curriculum, even if they are not able to leave the classroom. “School visits to museums and attractions all over the country have been hugely […]

todayNovember 4, 2020 27

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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 1465


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 […]

todayOctober 8, 2020 12

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NHS Worker Turns Children’s Author

Antony Stones an advanced clinical practitioner at Haxby Surgery has written 2 children's books to help comfort children who have been affected by lock down and missing out on school due to the pandemic. Antony is currently working on a 3rd book. "I have been writing poetry and spoken word for around three years, and have found this a really effective way of processing and expressing my experience of living […]

todaySeptember 17, 2020 4

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Former teachers team up to launch creative learning business despite Covid-19 setback

Two former Visual Arts teachers from Wilberforce College have joined forces to bring creative learning courses to East Yorkshire. Holly Davis from Pocklington and Sarah Rands from Cottingham set up Thread and Press Creative Learning  pre-lockdown but have only recently been able to start delivering courses. Thread and Press offers a range of adult courses including Screen-printing, Printmaking, Basic and Comprehensive Sewing and Creative Stitch and run after school, weekend […]

todaySeptember 15, 2020 3



Chris Chats to George Tucker about York Fun Fair at Clifton Moor. They discuss what is available and what they are doing to ensure Covid safe and also the offer they have for NHS staff as a Thank You.

todaySeptember 9, 2020 6

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COVID-19 Measures in Place and Free NHS Access at York Unlimited Ride Fun Park Fun Fair! The York Fun Fair Fun Park is returning to the City and once again promises a great value day out for families from far and wide when it visits the Roko Health Club next to Clifton Moor Retail Park from Thursday September 10th through until Sunday 20th September  with over 20 rides and attractions. […]

todaySeptember 9, 2020 23

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Nominate a family in your area in need of a free holiday

Do you know a family, NHS or frontline worker in your area that has been adversely affected by the Covid-19 pandemic and needs a break? As part of the nation’s emotional and wellbeing recovery from the pandemic, the national charity YHA (England & Wales) wants to give away free holidays to families in your area. The breaks have been funded from donations from members of the public to YHA’s Project90 […]

todaySeptember 2, 2020 26