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The Birmingham 2022 Queen’s Baton Relay is confirmed to visit Ryedale during its final journey through England this summer, as the full route is revealed.
Ryedale District Council’s new 12-mile (19km) cycling route which connects the historic market towns of Malton –Yorkshire’s Food Capital, and Pickering – home to the world-famous North Yorkshire Moors Railway is now open to cyclists.
Community and voluntary groups that are looking to kick-start new projects are being encouraged to apply for Ryedale District Council’s Community Grants scheme.
Councillors elected to North Yorkshire County Council will serve for its final ten months until 31 March 2023. They will then be the voice of the public for the first four years of the new over-arching single authority - North Yorkshire Council, which launches on 1 April 2023.
Voters are being urged to take part in the most important local election for nearly half-a-century that will provide a “defining moment” in North Yorkshire’s democracy and shape key services for hundreds of thousands of people.
Ryedale District Council is reopening a scheme to support the further development of electric vehicle charge points throughout the district.
Those in Ryedale looking for a job or a career change, are invited to find out about vacancies across a variety of industries in the district at the Ryedale job fair.
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.