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Joseph Rowntree Theatre are looking for an individual to join their board of directors and act as a trustee of the charity, seeking a volunteer Stage Crew Director.
November’s Eco-Active Day at St Nicks Field is set to entice the gardener in all. See how you can get involved.
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.
A new car-boot experience for York’s passionate shoppers is just around the corner…
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.
York’s local community have proposed the idea to turn the Fox Pub in Holgate, currently owned by Punch Taverns, into a community pub.
Could you be a Home Visit Volunteer for York Blind and Partially Sighted Society?
This year’s York 50+ Festival starts this Saturday and we’ve selected a few of the highlights.
The community-based Apples for Eggs food swap event took place weekend in York, and one foodie was kind enough to share his recipe with us….
A volunteering opportunity for those wanting to learn more about a sustainable, and more green conscious lifestyle.
Tonight, Grand Designs will feature a house built by Martin and Kae Walker from Poppleton.
The Incredible Movement in York are looking for volunteers to help York’s community through small actions at their Incredible Party, and at the Food and Drinks Festival.
On Saturday 31 August, Parliament Street will be taken over in a spectacular fashion with food, produce, and a fusion of cultures for YUMI’s Community Street Festival.
The Campaign for Real Ale is urging the pub-lovers of York to back a campaign, ensuring communities have more of a chance of buying your local if it goes up for sale.
York’s Year of Cycling could be be boosted with the introduction of a city-wide cycle hire scheme, if approved at City of York Council’s Cabinet on Tuesday 16 July.
A small community no more than five minutes from the heart of York has surprised its locals by being placed ninth on The Times’ list, “The 30 coolest places to live in Britain”.