As part of the Council’s Street Environment Service, Love Where You Live York, which has been running for three years, aims to encourage York residents to do their bit to reduce littering and improve the quality of their local environment and spaces.
City of York Council will once again be providing free courses for parents and carers in the New Year. The programme, called Strengthening Families Strengthening Communities, offers help to parents and carers of children aged 5-13, helping them to build relationships with their children.
Nineteen new, eco-friendly homes are to be built on a site off Lilbourne Drive in Clifton and will be available for social rent. The homes will boast the inclusion of photovoltaic solar panels and high levels of insulation, keeping costs right down in those cold winter months.
Does York need another out-of-town retail park or do you think this is a risk York can’t afford to take?
With so many big names and influential characters up north, it’s difficult to decide who should be at the top of the list. The famous Big Issue newspaper has done the work for us.
The building of the councils new headquarters, at West Offices reached it’s “topping” out ceremony earlier this week, celebrating reaching the highest point in the construction project.
St Nicholas Fayre returns this winter to York, bringing the very best of arts, crafts, gifts, farm produce and Christmas-themed…
In a country full of such diversity, it is a important to establish good inter faith relations. That’s why Inter Faith week offers the chance for anyone to learn, encounter and engage with people of different backgrounds and to shed light and understanding each others beliefs.
York is twinned with two European towns, Dijon in the Burgundy region of France and Münster in the North Rhine Westphalia region of Germany. York’s partnership with Dijon dates back to 1953 followed by the ‘twinning’ with Münster four years later in 1957.
York City Football Club’s strong stance on racism has been welcomed but Blatter’s pitiful response to recent racist controversies in the game has not.
Following from the United Nation’s International Year of Tolerance in 1995, the UN invited the member states to annually observe the International Day of Tolerance on the 16th of November.
Remembrance Day, previously recognised as Armistice Day, is the day the nation remembers those who have died on our behalf…
Next year sees a very special occasion in York: July 9th 2012 marks the 8ooth anniversary of York becoming a…
In a twisting world of daleks, cybermen, and, of course, a TARDIS, it’s understandable that Doctor Who can feel a…
We open the debate about York’s cycle theft problem and search for a solution.
After years of talks about the York Community Stadium Project, planners are finally looking for a new facility to be completed by 2014.