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Cllr Steven Arnold

Council supports more Ryedale charities and voluntary groups

Ryedale District Council has announced more financial support to grass-roots voluntary and community organisations as part of its £40k Emergency Grants Fund.

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Ryedale District Council offers guidance to help businesses open after COVID-19

Ryedale District Council is giving businesses an extra helping hand with a useful guide to reopening safely.

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Action to tackle flood risk in Malton, Norton and Old Malton

Actions are under way to provide greater protection from flooding for residents of Malton, Norton and Old Malton.

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Council starts phased re-opening of public toilets

Ryedale District Council has started a phased reopening of its public toilets.

Small business grants

Council launches new funding scheme for small businesses

Ryedale District Council is launching a new £1.1 million small business grant scheme, to help businesses who previously missed out on Government support through COVID-19.

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Ryedale District Council reintroduces car parking charges

Ryedale District Council is reintroducing charges on all of its car parks this weekend, as the COVID-19 lockdown gradually lifts.

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Ryedale District Council markets to reopen with social distancing measures in place

Ryedale District Council is reopening Pickering and Helmsley outdoor markets from 8 June, with social distancing measures in place.

Cllr Keane Duncan and Cllr Steve Arnold

Council offers lifeline to Ryedale charities and voluntary groups

Ryedale District Council has awarded its first-wave of emergency grants to grass-roots voluntary and community organisations in Ryedale to ensure that their vital work can continue during COVID-19.

Business pack

Free social distancing packs for Ryedale businesses reopening in June

Ryedale District Council is offering a free ‘back to business pack’ to small businesses, to help them re-open their doors safely to citizens and visitors next month.

Pickering fire caused local residents to be evacuated

Council joins with emergency services to support residents affected by Pickering fire

Emergency services have been called to the scene of a large fire on Westbourne Grove, a cul-de-sac off Middleton Road in Pickering.

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Council urges people to ‘protect each other, protect Ryedale’ this weekend.

Ryedale District Council is reminding visitors and citizens to protect each other and protect Ryedale this Bank Holiday weekend, by observing social distancing.

e-newsletter

Council helps residents stay connected during COVID-19

Ryedale District Council is launching a series of newsletters to help citizens stay connected through the COVID-19 pandemic.