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York’s Best Beer Gardens, Updated For 2017. Cheers !

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  From YorkMix.   Get out, and stay out. That’s the message the hot and sunny weather is sending us. And it made us think: it’s about time we updated our guide to York’s best beer gardens. Thanks to nominations from YorkMix readers – and our own diligent research of course – here’s a thoroughly […]

York’s Five-Time Oscar Winning Hollywood Superstar Is Honoured With A Blue Plaque

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      From YorkMix.   His music conquered Hollywood, moved millions and won him countless awards. And now his home town has a permanent memorial to his genius. Composer John Barry grew up in Fulford House, what is now the Pavilion Hotel. And on Tuesday (June 20) his widow and son flew in from […]

GRAHAM Construction Sparks A Eureka! Moment For Children’s Museum

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  By Steve Everett in Yorkshire Business Daily.   GRAHAM Construction has started work on the installation of Spark Gallery, a new exhibition space at Eureka! the National Children’s Museum in Halifax, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. As a gift to Eureka!, the contractor has donated more than £10,000 worth of materials […]

This 12-Year-Old Is Creating An App For Disabled People

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  By Joe Fryer in NBC News.   At just 12 years old, Alexander Knoll is already handing out business cards. Even more impressive, his title on those business cards is “CEO.” The inventive, freckle-faced redhead is creating something called the Ability App, which is like Yelp for accessibility. When it’s finished, the free application […]

York Minster Appoints Head Of Bell Ringing – Who Plans To Heal, Then Peal

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  From YorkMix.   York Minster has appointed a new head of bell ringing – and she said: ‘There is some healing to do’. Angela Mitchell, the head of Ralph Butterfield Primary School, is the new Head of Bell Tower. She was a member of the bell ringers who were sacked by the Minster over […]

Grub Up ! What’s Happening At The York Taster Food Fest This Weekend

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  By Georgia Simcock in YorkMix.   You can eat your way around the world this weekend without leaving Parliament Street. An assortment of cuisines from Jamaican to Thai, Greek to Indian, will be available to sample during the York Taster Food Festival. The little sister of September’s ten-day food jamboree, the taster fest still has […]

Plan To Turn York Shop Into A Burger Restaurant

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    From YorkMix.     A chain of upmarket burger restaurants is planning to convert a York shop into one of its outlets. The Handmade Burger Co already has branches in Leeds, Hull and Sheffield. Now it wants to bring the concept to York. It has applied to City of York Council for a […]

Life On The Edge: Yorkshire’s Coastline In A New Light

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  From The Yorkshire Post.   Dave Zdanowicz thought he knew the Yorkshire coast. Or at least a good chunk of it. He had after all spent his childhood holidays on the beaches of Scarborough, Bridlington and Filey, but when he began turning his lens on the coastline which runs from Spurn Point in the […]

Historic Aircraft Unveiled At Yorkshire Air Museum

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  From ITV Calendar News.   An historic aircraft has been rolled out for public viewing at the Yorkshire Air Museum. The newly-repainted Blackburn Buccaneer was built in Brough in East Yorkshire. It first flew on 5th June 1964, from Holme-on-Spalding Moor near York, and in 1965 it became the first Fleet Air Arm aircraft […]

York Prepares… City Makes Plans To Host Pivotal Moment In Election 2017

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  From YorkMix.   York is preparing to host what could be the biggest moment in a fascinating General Election campaign. Both Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn are heading to the city for a special live Question Time on Friday night. The programme is being broadcast on BBC1 from the University of York. It’s all systems go […]

York Carers Centre Regular Services

York Carers Centre

Carers Café Our next Carers Café is Wednesday 7 June, 10 to 11.30am at the Spurriergate Centre, York. Please come along and enjoy a free drink and teacake and an opportunity to meet other carers.  You can bring the person you care for if you wish and there’s no need to book. The Spurriergate Centre […]

York Business Powers On Into New Office

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    From Yorkshire Business Daily.   An IT solutions and consultancy business has expanded into new premises on the site of the former Terry’s chocolate factory, just one mile South of York city centre. PowerON, which provides powerful, high quality IT management and cloud automation solutions to organisations of all sizes, has signed a […]

York Advocacy

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    General Advocacy Our general advocacy service provides professional advocacy in the city of York for people over the age of 18 years, who have a disability, mental ill-health or who are disadvantaged or vulnerable. This service will: Provide short-term, issue based advocacy and when required longer term advocacy support in specifically identified circumstances. […]

Rating Portable Diagnostic Devices That Make Patients The Point-Of-Care

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    From Medicalfuturist.com.   Dr. McCoy’s medical tricorder from the Star Trek series, which could scan a patient and immediately tell the diagnosis, basic vital signs and health parameters is the dream of many doctors. In 2012, Qualcomm announced the Tricorder XPRIZE competition offering millions of dollars to anyone who could come up with […]

Why You’ll Soon Need A Password To Watch BBC iPlayer

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By Alex Nelson in iNews.   Changes are coming to the iPlayer, the BBC’s on-demand service. Within the next few weeks, the broadcaster will require viewers to sign in with a password. Why are they introducing a password? The BBC is introducing a password system so they can tailor search results and programme suggestions more closely to viewers’ […]

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