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Ryedale District Council is once again teaming up with the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) to run the Ryedale job fair.
Spring is often a time when we decide to have a big sort out in the house, begin some DIY projects or start to get the garden in shape for summer.
Ryedale District Council is making good progress towards its key aims outlined in the Council Plan 2020 – 2024.
Nominations for candidates in the forthcoming election of county councillors have closed, so residents can now see who is asking for their vote in this important poll.
North Yorkshire will welcome some of the world’s top cyclists in an unforgiving uphill route in the Tour of Britain 2022, which is returning to the county for the first time in 13 years.
The challenge is on for residents in Ryedale - Keep Britain Tidy has launched the Great British Spring Clean encouraging #LitterHeroes to join forces as part of the #BigBagChallenge. Communities record how many bags of litter they have filled from their picking pursuits and inform Keep Britain Tidy to see how much has been collected across the country.
Communities in Ryedale always step up to the challenge and this year Ryedale District Council is encouraging everyone to join in the Great British Spring Clean which started on 25 March and ends on 10 April.
Ryedale District Council is doing what it can to help visitors with motorhomes or camper vans visit Helmsley safely this Easter.
Ryedale District Council is reassuring residents that its officers are on hand to help them and visitors enjoy Helmsley safely this Easter.
A Ryedale fuel poverty alleviation project has won the Energy Management Project of the Year award at the largest celebration of sustainability in the country.
Ryedale District Council has boosted the amount of funding available to citizens in need of energy efficiency grants or funding.
Ryedale District Council has been shortlisted at the Yorkshire and Humberside Energy Efficiency Awards for its work on fuel poverty.
Easter Escapes for the Chocolate Connoisseur: Ryedale’s Seven Heavens that’ll tantalise your taste buds
While many country villagers might feel lucky to find their favourite brand of chocolate bar locally these days, in the heart of rural Ryedale - one of the most sparsely populated parts of Yorkshire – chocolate-lovers can enjoy a 20-mile golden circle of Wonkaesque chocolate micro-workshops, all independent, all highly individual, where thousands of extraordinary Easter delicacies are handcrafted each year.