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With York hosting the oldest active convent in England, Bar Convent is a site that is a unique part of…
Today the average family is seen to be one not with a mum, a dad, 2 and ½ children and…
The local York NCT branch are looking for volunteers to be part of the network that helps everyone through those First 1,000 days of pregnancy and early parenthood.
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.
This Freshers Fortnight students at York St John University have been campaigning in support of making our city a better place to work and live.
The Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust have announced changes to a York psychotherapy unit in a bid to save £140,000.
A hard-hitting and visually stunning multimedia installation looking at adolescents suffering with chronic illness has been presented to the public this week at the University of York, and will run until the 9th October.
This Saturday Pockington Arts Centre will be holding a Volunteer Day fair, allowing the public to find out how get involved in the positive work happening locally.
York based charity New Visuality is working in concert with white cube gallery According to McGee to source exhibition experiences…
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.
The coming fortnight sees a flurry of York-musicians unite in the name of charity, with two Oxjam gigs taking place in the city.
Young people with learning difficulties in North Yorkshire will be able to get support and training to help them move…
10 October sees this year’s World Mental Health Day, and York Mind are looking for volunteers to get involved in their ‘To Hull and Back Cycle Challenge’.
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.
In York’s relationship with chocolate there is a great deal to celebrate. There is also much to lament, and much to resolve. A week-long festival organised by the Centre for Applied Human Rights commencing this Saturday (September 27th) seeks to achieve all of the above, also aiming to provide a fascinating educational experience and forum for debate for all comers.
Aesthetica Short Film Festival returns for its third year from the 7 – 10 November, transforming venues across the city into boudoirs for film makers and viewers from across the globe. And we’ve got an opportunity for you that can’t be missed….