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A team that supports some of York’s most vulnerable children has moved to new dedicated premises in Holgate.
Today the average family is seen to be one not with a mum, a dad, 2 and ½ children and…
The North Warwickshire Astley Castle in Nuneaton has recently been restored by York’s William Anelay Ltd, and has now won the 2013 RIBA Stirling Prize for Architecture, a top architecture industry prize in the UK.
The Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust have announced changes to a York psychotherapy unit in a bid to save £140,000.
York based charity New Visuality is working in concert with white cube gallery According to McGee to source exhibition experiences…
“Because I had different interests, because I didn’t feel comfortable in the laddish drinking culture that was prevalent in English…
On the brink of Age UK’s ITea and Biscuits week the charity have released new data showing a strong north/south divide…
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.
SASH, a charity helping homeless youth, have found that increased demands on their services means it’s time to grow. And they’re looking for your help with their ‘Help us Get to Walmgate’ appeal.
Hagge Woods Trust are sending a call out for volunteers to contribute to Escrick’s exciting conservation project; the creation of a new 25-acre woodland, the largest public woodland space in the district.
Local charity Caroline’s Rainbow Foundation are launching a new travel safety app that will allow travellers to access information from across the globe.
Research published by Cancer Research UK on Friday has exposed the shocking statistic that 51 children between the ages of 11 and 15 start smoking every day in the Yorkshire and Humber region.
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.
Come Dine With Me has just announced that this years Christmas Special will be hosted in York.
Whilst York’s industrial past is normally referred to in its confectionery works and railways, the milling industry was equally important…
Charities in Yorkshire and Humber are struggling to cope due to public funding cuts and a lack in donations, meaning that many of the region’s charities could be at risk of being unable to maintain services.