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Ryedale District Council has worked hand-in-hand with North Yorkshire Police to tackle an issue with a lack of social distancing in Helmsley’s town centre this Sunday.
Ryedale District Council staff are cooking over 150 meals a week for elderly and vulnerable people in the district.
A range of affordable housing is on offer to Ryedale residents, thanks to a partnership between Ryedale District Council and Broadacres Housing Association.
Ryedale District Council employees are working around the clock to ensure that local businesses are getting the support they need.
The District Council has processed 100% of the first wave of grant applications received from businesses, resulting in over £20 million being paid out. This has put Ryedale in the top 25 of councils for speed of processing grants.
Ryedale District Council has held its first “virtual” planning meeting, to allow members of the Council’s planning committee to consider major and contentious planning applications despite lockdown restrictions.
Councils across North Yorkshire are supporting the Royal British Legion message to celebrate the 75th anniversary of VE Day from home on Friday 8 May.
Ryedale Folk Museum and Ryedale District Council are calling for people across Ryedale to get creative, and contribute to Ryedale Connect 2020 – a project to capture the essence of Ryedale’s community spirit during the COVID health crisis.
Ryedale District Council is extending a pioneering scheme to support businesses in the area by offering a further 100 free memberships to the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB).
Grass-roots voluntary and community organisations in Ryedale stand to benefit from a new fund launched by Ryedale District Council this week.
Ryedale District Council is asking householders to follow key tips on waste and recycling, to help protect collection crews.
Ryedale District Council’s Leader has welcomed the government’s pledge to provide extra funding to councils to help them to deal with the costs of the COVID crisis, but warned that it may not be enough to cover the financial burden facing local authorities.
More than one thousand households in Ryedale will have their Council Tax bill reduced, as part of the government’s package of measures to help citizens during COVID, says Ryedale District Council.