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Residents in Ryedale are being invited to find out more about a pioneering green energy project at an online information event in July.
Ryedale District Council is celebrating its first new housing development in over a decade after the completion of eight self-contained flats.
Malton was proud to welcome the Birmingham 2022 Queen’s Baton Relay yesterday (13 July) as part of its final leg around England before the start of the Commonwealth Games.
Ryedale District Council makes final preparations ahead of the Birmingham 2022 Queen’s Baton Relay coming through Malton
With less than a week to go, Ryedale District Council is putting the finishing touches to its plans to welcome the Birmingham 2022 Queen’s Baton Relay to Malton.
There’s no need to suffer pre-holiday blues at the thought of leaving your pet pal behind this year because - whether you’re a family of dog divas or merry mud-hounds - you’ll find a red-carpet welcome in Ryedale, North Yorkshire, one of the UK’s most dog-friendly destinations , where barking-mad Brits can find the perfect place to share precious time-away with their pooch.
Ryedale District Council will shortly be undertaking a household canvass of electors across the area.
More than 300 new affordable homes have been built in rural communities across North and East Yorkshire over the past year.
Ryedale District Council have been asking citizens up and down Ryedale what they think about how they get around Ryedale and whether it could work better to encourage active travel, such as cycling or walking.
Residents in Ryedale are being invited to find out more about a pioneering green energy project at two special information events in July.
Final preparations are underway as Ryedale District Council prepares to welcome the Birmingham 2022 Queen’s Baton Relay next month.
Birmingham 2022 is hosting the 16th official Queen’s Baton Relay – a journey which brings together and celebrates communities across the Commonwealth during the build up to the Games.
Ryedale District Council has launched a new Rural Community Grant Scheme to support its most sparsely populated areas.
Ryedale District Council is offering catering and food-handling premises in the district free access to food hygiene training from online training provider High Speed Training.