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£70m Scheme To Dual Outer Ring Road Won’t Start Till 2023

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  By Chloe Laversuch in YorkMix.   Work on dualling the outer ring road – the A1237 – could start in 2023 and be complete by 2025. Under the plans the single carriageway would be dualled in both directors between the A19 at Shipton Road to A1036 at Little Hopgrove. Five roundabouts – at Clifton […]

Your Shoes

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  From YorkMix. Your Shoes will invite audiences to explore York from the perspectives of different York citizens. How is it to go shopping as a mother? How does someone with a disability experience the city? How does a Refugee experience York differently compared to someone who has lived here their entire lives? Through asking […]

‘We Knew We Were Experiencing Something Special’ – York Band Release ‘Stunning’ Debut Album

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  By David Nicholson in YorkMix.   To mark the release of Human Contact, the debut album by York band The Howl & The Hum, David Nicholson takes a listen and remembers where, for him, it all began Wednesday night for me is the quiz with Tom Adams in the chair at The Swan in Bishy Road, […]

Saved ? York pub Earmarked For Demolition Could Be Turned Into A Drive-Thru Coffee Shop

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  From YorkMix.   A pub near York that was set to be demolished could now enjoy a new lease of life as a drive-thru coffee shop. Punch Partnerships Ltd, which owns the Four Alls Inn on the A64, wanted to tear it down and replace it with five houses. The plan drew criticism from the York […]

Two York GP Surgeries Set To Merge

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  By Chloe Laversuch in YorkMix.   East Parade Medical Practice could become part of Jorvik Gillygate Practice – but neither surgery building is set to close under the plans. A report says the merger will help staff offer more services at both surgeries in this area of the city. The merger will be discussed […]

Community Support Groups Spring Up In York To Help People Affected During The Coronavirus Outbreak

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    From YorkMix.   Community spirit is alive and well in York in the time of Covid-19. Groups are being set up to help fellow residents affected by coranavirus. There is now a York Covid-19 Mutual Aid group, with the aim of supporting vulnerable people in the city through the outbreak. George Turner explained more on the […]

York Station Is Second Worst For Reliability – And These Are Its Most Cancelled Trains

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  From YorkMix.   York’s least reliable trains have been revealed. And it won’t come as a great surprise to regular rail passengers that the honours are shared by TransPennine Express and Northern. An investigation into rail reliability by The Sunday Times, based on figures compiled by On Time Trains, has found that northern travellers fare the worst […]

Mum Launches Petition To Reopen Historic York Shop

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  From YorkMix. A mum whose dream of reopening an historic York shop could be dashed by planners has launched a petition to support her cause. Last August Sara Winlow bought the property which used to house South Bank Stores on Balmoral Terrace, close to the racecourse. The shop had long since closed, and she […]

‘I’m Only Here For MY Beer !’ Dame Judi Dench Knocks Back A Can Of – Dame Judi Quench

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    From YorkMix.   After a hard day’s filming, there’s nothing better than cracking open a can of beer with your name on it. Hollywood and theatre legend Dame Judi Dench is pictured here tucking into a cold can of Dame Judi Quench – the unique beer created in her home city by Brew […]

Hundreds Of Families To Benefit From Claudia’s Law, Which Comes Into Force Today

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  From YorkMix.   A new law named after Claudia Lawrence is expected to help hundreds of families, allowing them to take control of their missing loved ones’ financial affairs. Named after chef Claudia, who vanished without a trace after leaving her York home a decade ago, Claudia’s Law came into force today Wednesday. Police […]

Land Next To Cemetery Could Become Temporary Car Park

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    By Chloe Laversuch in YorkMix.   Land next to Fulford Cemetery could be turned into a car park for construction vehicles while building work is carried out nearby. A planning application has been submitted for land off Fordlands Road to be used as a temporary car park until July 2020. A new care home is […]

Manager Of A Doctors’ Surgery In York Jailed For Stealing £600K From GPs

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  From YorkMix.   A York woman has been jailed after taking nearly £600K from her employers. York woman jailed for £596,000 fraud against doctor’s practice Carolyn Lightwing, 55, of St Mary’s York, pleaded guilty to fraud by abuse of position after fraudulently transferring more than £596,000 from her former employers, Elvington Medical Practice, over […]

25 New Shops, 500 Jobs – Major Expansion Plan For York Shopping Centre

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  From YorkMix.   A huge expansion of York Designer Outlet could bring 25 new shops and restaurants to the centre. Owners McArthurGlen say the development will create around 500 retail and construction jobs “and £3.6 million in additional employment income”. The plans also include 630 additional parking spaces and an improved Park & Ride […]

Inside York’s First Cat Cafe

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    From YorkMix. After one false start and a lot of anticipation, York now has its very first cat café. The Cat’s Whiskers opened a few days ago in a listed three-storey building on Goodramgate. Complete with 11 cats, including Freddie and Teddy, Simba, Bear and Snowy and Olaf – who are both deaf – the café […]

Life-Sized Statue Of The Queen in A New Public Square – York Minster Reveals Ambitious Plans

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  From YorkMix.   A new public square dedicated to the Queen and featuring a life-sized statue of Her Majesty – that’s the remarkable plan unveiled by York Minster today The first public square in the city for nearly 200 years is one of the proposals in the emerging draft Neighbourhood Plan for the York […]

Controversial Housing Scheme For York Playing Fields Set For Green Light

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    By Chloe Laversuch in YorkMix.   Controversial plans for 69 new affordable homes on playing fields around the David Lloyd gym look set to get the go-ahead – despite objections from neighbours. The scheme would see houses built on land off Windmill Lane formerly owned by York St John University. Council planning bosses […]

UFO Lands In Poppleton! Residents Are Wired Up To York’s Superfast Broadband

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  From YorkMix.   The superfast UFO from TalkTalk is on track to transform York into the UK’s first Ultra Fibre Optic city as it ramps up its full fibre roll-out programme. It has just brought gigabit broadband speeds (1000 Mbps) to residents in Poppleton for the first time. The full fibre network now spans […]

Pictured: York’s New Post Office, inside WH Smith

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    From YorkMix.   The business moved out of its purpose-built home on Lendal after 135 years – and into a corner of the Coney Street WH Smith. It comes with five serving positions and four self-service kiosks. The relocation caused controversy, with more than 3,000 signing a petition against the idea. However, the […]

Massive Increase In Cyber Crime In York

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  By Chloe Laversuch in YorkMix.   Cyber crime in York has increased by nearly 85 per cent in the past year – because it is seen as a wealthy area with “less tech-savvy” residents, according to police. Assistant chief constable Ciaron Irvine told a meeting that there has been a “significant increase” in scams – particularly […]

Video: York Spitfire Pilot To Get A Hero’s Funeral 74 Years After Being Shot Down Near Venice

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  From YorkMix.   A York war hero who was killed when his Spitfire was shot down over Italy is to finally be laid to rest 74 years later – after archaeologists discovered his body. John Henry Coates, 24, took off in one of six RAF Spitfires from 111 Squadron from Rimini Airfield on March […]

Every York Library – And The Archives – Will Stay Open For The Next 15 Years Under £32m Deal

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  From YorkMix.   All York’s 14 libraries – and its world-renowned archives – are guaranteed to stay open for at least 15 years. City of York Council have awarded a new contract to Explore Libraries and Archives Mutual Limited to deliver the city’s libraries and archives services until 2034, it was announced today (18 […]

Who Has The Best Home In York ? New BBC Show Reveals All

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  From YorkMix.   York is a wonderful place to live, and has lots of great properties. But who has the very best home in the city? That’s what a new BBC One series will find out. New property show The Best House in Town starts on Monday 11 February – and the first five episodes are set in […]

Refill Your Water Bottle In York For Free: New Scheme Planned

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  By Chloe Laversuch in YorkMix. Refilling your water bottle in York city centre could become easier next year, under council plans to encourage more businesses to offer free drinking water. City of York Council is supporting a campaign to encourage people to cut their use of disposable plastic bottles and cups, as well as drink more […]

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