Only one month to wait for the cycle competition to begin, and workplaces from all around York are ready and waiting for the challenge to start.
Today volunteers and residents will be meeting at Burton Stone Lane, at the Community Hub Lounge Café, at 11:00 am before beginning the community clean-up.
With the Olympics looming it appears that many people, Londoners in particular, are searching for a retreat and escape from the madness that will descend on the nation’s capital this August.
Parliament Street will temporarily host York’s historical daily market every Monday throughout the summer. The market will return back to Newgate in the autumn.
Research carried out by the Local Government Association has found that the increased presence of strip clubs, bookies and fast food takeaways on local high streets is slowing down the rejuvenation of high streets and deterring shoppers.
The Love Where You Live campaign will be holding six community litter picks and awareness events over the next month in a drive to help improve your local environment.
The City of York Council’s Sport and Active Leisure team is looking to train up some enthusiastic volunteers to become Community Nordic Walking Instructors.
The group hope to stage a series of alternative street parties before the Queen’s diamond jubilee celebrations and the Olympics to highlight opposition to the government’s austerity programme.
North Yorkshire police is launching a new awareness campaign to target bogus callers and help prevent distraction burglaries.
The City of York Council and the streetlights partner Amey have teamed up to start the biggest overhaul of streetlights in York since the Victorian era.
Ever noticed the cats that gracefully haunt our city’s buildings and wondered why they lurk?
The new visitor attraction Chocolate: York’s Sweet Story will be at opening its candy-striped doors to the public on March 31. One&Other had a sneak peak of what was on offer.
The British Council funded trip will take place on Friday 20 April and will be a wonderful opportunity for York to raise its international profile at the China-UK Cultural Heritage event.
Saint Patrick’s Day, an excuse to get merry (more than usual) or a holiday with an actual meaning to it?
Demolition work has begun on the Terry’s chocolate factory on Bishopthorpe Road to prepare the site for its £165 million redevelopment into a mix of residential, commercial and leisure use.
One&Other have an exclusive chat with one of this week’s Come Dine With Me stars. We chat Dave Lamb, wine and what is in store.