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This year’s York 50+ Festival starts this Saturday and we’ve selected a few of the highlights.
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.
The fairly humble beginnings of Tockwith Beer Festival date back to 2009, when it opened as a small charity beer…
York Minster is set to host a major new series of concerts in preparation for Holy Week, featuring the city’s…
The York Residents’ Festival is a wonderful opportunity to banish those late January blues, and it also gives residents the chance to enjoy some of what makes York so magical for the millions of visitors who throng our streets year round.
York’s first ever Human Rights Festival kicks off, appropriately enough, on the official UN Human Rights Day – 10 December 2012.
As York Museum Gardens prepares itself for a breathtaking Illuminating York festival, the rest of the city is planning their…
York’s Festival of Ideas will be running from 14-30 June and showcasing over 50 events it promises something for all ages.
Situated in North Dorset, at the Larmer Tree Gardens the location provides a perfect backdrop full of Victorian history and extravagance to accompany a well-constructed collection of musicians and bands.
If you’re intending on festival-ing summer 2012 away then why not consider volunteering? There are many benefits to volunteering and a great experience to be had.
If you’d like to embody the spirit of Chinese New Year and have your own authentic Eve celebration on 22 January with friends and family, her are our tips to make it special.
Residents of York are being encouraged to perform when the Olympic Flame Relay passes through the city later in the year.
In 2008 we saw “The Grand Tour” a three month festival displaying classic works of art in unusual places around…
On Friday 3rd and Saturday 4th February, the Friends Meeting House in York will host a storytelling festival, offering 17 events over the two days.
Now that the 800th year is finally here, let’s have a look at what is in store.
On 20th December at sundown the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah begins. Hanukkah starts on the 25th of the Jewish month of Kislev, which usually coincides with late November or late December.