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This September, York Maze will play host to a brand new children’s festival called ‘Little Fun Fest’ which promises to be ‘fantastic fun for little funsters’. The festival, which takes place on the 7th and 8th of September, will present an eclectic mix of well-known children’s entertainers – including CBeebies presenter Alex Winters as well as the stars of Cbeebies shows ‘Mister Maker’ and ‘Mr Bloom’.
Jamie Hodgson, who is partially sighted, has recently been called up to the GB Goalball team following an impressive debut…
The University of York has launched an initiative to attract more scientists who have taken a career break back into the world of academia.
Yorkshire Day is upon us this Thursday! How will you celebrate?
Jack Martindale comments on the findings of Savills UK’s recent investigation into student accommodation demand nationwide – where do the greatest shortfalls lie, how did York fare and what does it all mean?
A guide to avoiding the tourists in town this summer, including pubs, parks and pastries…
With the recent closure of Coggles there has been something of a void for lovers of fashion on the York…
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.
Jack Martindale muses on our civil liberties – are they rights, luxuries or both?
There is no better way to become a fan of cycling with an evening of beer, wine and cheese.
City of York Council warns new laws could cause “stunted business growth.”
York’s diverse and thought-provoking Festival of Ideas comes to a close tomorrow, Saturday 29th June, after 17 days of events. This year’s effort has been hailed as the best yet by attendees and organisers, with visitor numbers expected to exceed last year’s feat of 20,000.
Macmillan’s Charity Raceday hosted its forty-third annual meet last Saturday in triumphant style, welcoming thousand of revellers and surpassing their previous fundraising record in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support services.
Jack Martindale’s steady recovery from Traumatic Brain Injury should bring nothing but positives during its progression. Unjustly, it also brings the fear of diminished compensation. Jack explains…
James Barton looks ahead to some of the great things happening in the city this weekend…
Macmillan Cancer Support are looking for some superheroes in York to help the charity for a day and make a difference to people affected by cancer.