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Ryedale District Council has given the green light for construction to begin at the Riverside play park in Norton to deliver a new and improved play park for local families.
Ryedale District Council’s ‘Ryedale Festivities’ campaign for a safe, supportive and greener holiday season received wonderful and festive engagement from citizens and local businesses alike.
The Ryecare team at Ryedale District Council have been praised for handling over 1,000 calls in 48 hours, in the midst of Storm Arwen.
Christmas rubbish and recycling collections and tips for a greener Christmas from Ryedale District Council
Ryedale District Council is encouraging citizens to reduce their waste and recycle more this Christmas with its Greener Christmas campaign.
One of Ryedale District Council’s Civil Enforcement Officers – Martyn Barker has been shortlisted for one of Keep Britain Tidy’s annual awards.
Ryedale District Council awards arts grants to artists and organisations engaging with the community
Ryedale District Council has awarded five small Arts Grants to artists and creative organisations in the district to support cultural activities which engage the community.
Ryedale District Council is halfway through its ‘Ryedale Festivities’ campaign to encourage citizens to shop safely and local in the run-up to Christmas.
Winter is the time for feasting and fun by the fireside, and there aren’t many places that love the winter season and Christmas quite as much as Ryedale, in North Yorkshire.
A chocolate bar that’s a Christmas dinner, beer made from Yorkshire Puddings and melt in your mouth macaroons hand made by Poirot, find food and drink that will put an extra smile on their faces this Christmas in one of the country’s finest food destinations – Ryedale, in North Yorkshire.
Ryedale District Council is offering just under 400 free food safety and hygiene training courses to get level 2 licences for catering businesses in the district.
Ryedale District Council is inviting small and medium businesses in the district to apply for grants of up to £5,000.
Ryedale District Council is seeking the views of citizens, businesses and organisations as it prepares its budget for 2022/23 – which will be its last.