York is taking the region by storm in Sustrans’ Big Pedal competition, which started on the 28 February and runs until the 20 March.
We catch up with local lady Laura Hughes, who’s heading off to Bolivia in a quest to help out the people of one of South America’s poorest cities.
The Archbishop of York’s Youth Trust, which aims to inspire young people to transform their local communities, has today announced it will be providing small grants for youth-led projects across the North of England.
Four York businesses have joined forces to raise money for Build Africa’s ‘build a school’ programme to build a local school in rural Kenya.
There will be an important date added to York Minster’s historical timeline on Saturday 25 May 2013, when a brand new visitor experience, Revealing York Minster, opens to the public.
A new batch of figures from the charity End Child Poverty reveal many of our children are still getting an unfair start in life…
As part of the third national Climate Week – which is Britain’s biggest climate change campaign event – City of…
Did any of you catch the wonderful day-long Connecting Cultures event at York High School this February half term? To find out what happened, read on…
Around 60 York residents, students and local businesses highlighted the plight of homeless young people in North Yorkshire last night…
Innovative Youth take over One&Other’s offices tonight to discuss the portrayal of gender in the media.
York’s most Fairtrade-friendly supermarket has some exciting things in store this Fairtrade Week…
SASH, is hosting four sleepout events in North Yorkshire after it experienced a 90 per cent increase in demand for its services last year.
Beningbrough Hall and Gardens, a National Trust property, 8 miles north of York, has received over £42,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for a new exciting project, ‘Beningbrough at War: From Country Lanes to Violent Skies’.
Aviva are set to donate £97,774 to charity Railway Children after the overwhelming goodwill shown by fans who tweeted their support for the charity on Saturday during the #1every5 twitter campaign.
The Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu, today encouraged people to buy fairly-traded produce as the Fairtrade Foundation launched its 2013 Fairtrade Fortnight campaign calling for action to end trade injustice around the world.
Aviva is to share how it has promoted equality within its workforce for LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Trans) employees and the wider local community on 18 March 2013.