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Since its formation in 1988, over 3600 local residents have played for the club, and it became the first FA Charter Standard junior club in York.
With nearly twenty five years of experience under their belt, SNAPPY is a voluntary organisation that runs activities, schemes, and trips for young people with special needs from the ages of 5-25.
The Internet is an increasingly vital source of services and information (baring in mind where you are reading this article). This is placing all new pressures onto those people without access.
The Alzheimer’s Society are teaming up with Bupa and are staging a ‘Memory Walk’ with a vintage twist to raise money and awareness.
Why York is playing a huge role in the bee culture.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Amnesty International, City Screen are hosting an inspiring series of screenings.
Malton-born TV chef James Martin has gravitated back to his North Yorkshire roots on a quest to improve the catering in our local hospitals.
Walking for Health is a national initiative supported by the Department of Health which encourages people to become more physically active within their own communities.
Lonely, alienated, and frightened are a few words women may describe their experience undergoing cancer treatment. There is a broad…
Have you ever worried about the 7 million tonnes of food waste the UK is responsible for per year?
The Barbican to showcase a strong line-up of local acts in October, to raise funds for Oxfam.
Carecent on St Saviourgate, provide much-needed food and shelter for the York’s homeless, unemployed and disadvantaged.