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With the Plusnet Yorkshire Marathon just round the corner thousands will be donning their running shoes in an attempt to get in those last few practice runs. But even if you’re not limbering up this time, there’s still time to get involved and help do your part for a great cause.
This years Housing Week, 14-18 October, focuses on the important part that housing plays when it comes to poverty, and how it can be alleviated for residents.
Within our lifetime we will all, in some way, be effected by mental health. Whether this is a personal experience, or experiencing it through a family member or friend, each year The Mental Health Foundation encourage us to get talking, and help understanding.
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.
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’.
Tomorrow, 27 September, marks the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning, Macmillan Cancer Support’s largest fundraising event of the year.
We’re gearing up for this year’s Pocktoberfest which not only aims to give you a world-class line up, but keep raising money for local charities at the same time.
With the build up to this year’s inaugural Plusnet Yorkshire Marathon, the sponsors have now announced that the event is to have its television première, courtesy of Channel 4.
York Cemetery is to celebrate its 175th Anniversary with an outstanding exhibition of York’s leading artists.
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.
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.
YUMI is holding their Community Street Festival on 31 August celebrating cultures from around the world. Would you like to join in the fun?
This weekend will see hundreds of runners and volunteers come together in spectacular fashion for the Jane Tomlinson’s York 10k on Sunday 4 August.
This weekend, York bakers unify by baking grey cakes as part of a pop-up charity event to raise awareness of mental health.
The British Heart Foundation are looking for budding volunteers to help the charity for the day at their Heart of York (HOY) bike ride event to make a difference to those suffering from heart-related conditions.