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One of Ryedale District Council’s Civil Enforcement Officers – Martyn Barker has been shortlisted for one of Keep Britain Tidy’s annual awards.
Trees have been planted all over Ryedale to mark National Tree Week, which finished this Sunday.
Three arts grants have been awarded by Ryedale District Council to support creative activity during National Tree Week.
Ryedale District Council is offering grants to eligible residents to improve their home with A-rated heating and insulation installs this winter.
As we move further into winter and temperatures continue to fall, more people are turning to heating appliances to keep themselves warm.
One of the crucial ways to mitigate against the climate crisis is by planting trees, and for many farmers and landowners in Ryedale, funding may be available to support them in doing this.
Ryedale District Council is holding an online event supported by IDAS to help tackle domestic violence in the district and help victims get the support they need.
Community and voluntary groups that are looking to kick-start new projects are being urged to apply for Ryedale District Council’s Community Grants scheme before the closing deadline (3 September).
Ryedale District Council is launching a book of reflection and remembrance to coincide with the National Day of Reflection on 23 March 2021.
Ryedale District Council is taking action after a series of incidents on a problematic Norton footpath.
Ryedale will be in tier 2 when the national lockdown ends and the District Council is urging citizens to help keep the R rate low by sticking to the COVID guidelines.
Ryedale District Council is pulling together top tips from the district’s experts in a campaign to help lighten up the lockdown for citizens.