University students launch project Snowball to raise much needed funds to improve a scout retreat service on the outskirts of York.
New store Mermaid and Miller, supporting art and training of people with learning difficulties opens its doors
Why you’ll have never felt so good about painting someone else’s shed.
Save the Children, the international charity which was first set up in May 1919, have turned their attention to children in the UK for their first major British appeal, hoping to raise £500,000.
Nominate Third Sector businesses for Yorkshire Graduate Employer of the Year
Bar Lane Studios throws open their doors for York’s youth to have their say.
City of York Council, Askham Byran College and York College have secured and astonishing £400 000 to help support young people with learning difficulties and disabilities thanks to successful bidding from the Department of Education (DfE).
The GeniUS! scheme is now going global as the team behind it are heading for a worldwide innovation summit and awards ceremony in Rio de Janeiro on 2 May.
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.
Today, the Lord Mayor of York will be officially opening a new specialist service which has been set up to help young homeless people in York into employment and independent living.
York’s first social enterprise collective pop up shop is set to open this coming Monday on Micklegate.
For 2012,Sport Relief will commence from mid March this year and inventive fundraising activities will be making their way into York in a fortnight.
Once: The year is 1954 in York and Billy Smart’s Circus has come to town!
A new challenge has been posted on City of York Council and Science City York’s community forum – GeniUS! – asking for fresh ideas to aid older and vulnerable people in their own homes.
The Arts Barge project have dedicated the last few years into bringing us an Arts Centre moored onto the banks…
An opportunity for youngsters of York to develop their musical skills and make the most of what is available to them.