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In an attempt to acknowledge and celebrate those who go that little bit further, the City of York Council are once again looking for nominations for their staff and services who you feel should be championed with the ‘eXtra factor’ award.
Lea Otremba went along to volunteer at last night’s Incredible Tour and Party, organised by The Incredible Movement in York, to find out what it’s all about.
“Because I had different interests, because I didn’t feel comfortable in the laddish drinking culture that was prevalent in English…
Twenty-two students from Manor CE Academy School York will take around 100 football shirts with them to Romania in October half-term as part of their Archbishop of York Young Leaders Award.
Being founded in 1895, the National Trust has ever since followed its aim of saving the nation’s heritage and open spaces across England, Wales and Northern Ireland. This years Annual Report reveals the record number of more than 70,000 volunteers working for the charity.
For those indulgent in learning, and sharing their passion for history with others, Fairfax House is once again recruiting volunteers for its training course in October to join the team as Room Hosts.
Students of Yorks St. Johns University looking forward to celebrating their graduation in York Minster in November this year will be confronted with “some truly inspirational people”, from medal winning Olympians to human rights campaigners.
On Thursday 5 September singer, songwriter and musician Steph MacLeod will be visiting York to play a special concert in which he will share his story of his life on the streets, battling substance abuse and finding hope to live.
With the Heart of York Bike Ride coming up this Sunday, 1 September, one family is appealing for people across North Yorkshire to get involved and support the cause.
A team of 4 from Thirsk are undertaking a rather unusual challenge this August to raise money for the cancer charity which has supported their families.
Ellie’s Fund Brain Tumour Trust is appealing for parents to send in empty baby wipe packets and food pouches to help them raise money for brain tumour research.
In light of the recent success of the York 10k we look at how you can make your fundraising innovative and successful.
A group of young Fixers from Scarborough are hoping to change attitudes towards LGB&T people by telling their story to students in schools across North Yorkshire.
We asked you to tweet us your pictures of the York 10K, and here they are.
This weekend, York bakers unify by baking grey cakes as part of a pop-up charity event to raise awareness of mental health.
One&Other TV took a glimpse into how the money raised from the Macmillan Charity Race Day will help to continue the support they provide to those effected by cancer, and their families.