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Former Radio York Journalist Turned BBC Boss Axes Popular Presenters From The Station

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  From YorkMix.   BBC Radio York is facing major cutbacks as the corporation aims to make £25 million of savings. Under the plans the BBC is to cut 450 jobs in its English regional TV news and current affairs, local radio and online news. Look North will have just one presenter and Radio York will have just three daytime […]

York City Prepare Bootham Crescent To Welcome Back Fans

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  From YorkMix Sport.   York City are ready to ‘grasp with both hands’ the opportunity to bring fans back to games. When England comes out of lockdown, stadiums are to be allowed to welcome limited numbers of spectators, if they are in a Tier 1 or 2 area. Stadiums in Tier 1 will be […]

Getting A Tooth Out With M.E. !

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By Bill Clayton. Just a little update on the tooth extraction. I’ve just been talking about this as ME means that I needed a general aesthetic due to not being able to deal with the lights, vibrations, and the whole construction team that would have to climb into my mouth at the same time ! […]

City Of York Council Ban Blue Badge Holders From City Centre

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  There are approximately 49,058 cities, towns and villages in the UK. The disabled spend is around £212 billion per year. I wonder how many of these places have banned Blue Badge holders from their centres stopping them spending some of that money with struggling retailers? York has..

Can You Help Steer The Future Of Healthwatch York ?

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From Healthwatch York.   Healthwatch York at York CVS is keen to recruit at least three new Steering Group members, including a new Chair. Steering Group members play an essential role in setting our strategic direction and checking that we are on track to deliver our aims and objectives. The coronavirus pandemic has highlighted and […]

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 […]

Councils Face Calls To Re-Think COVID Streetscape Changes

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  By TJM in Disability News Service.   Local authorities in England and Wales are facing calls to re-think the “streetscape” changes being made in response to COVID-19, amid concerns that the new street infrastructure is making parts of towns and cities inaccessible to many disabled people. Disabled people and their organisations have previously warned that many […]

September News From York Carers Centre

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Our one to one carer support and advice is being provided over the telephone at the moment, please get in touch if you need us, we’re here to help. All our support groups and activities listed below are taking place online via zoom, and bookable by contacting our reception on enquiries@yorkcarerscentre or 01904 715490.  If you’d like to take […]

The York Disability Rights Forum

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  At the request of York Independent Living Network, we’re supporting the development of a disabled person-led forum for anyone living or working in York who identifies as disabled or as having a disability. We aim to ensure that the Forum is led by, and open to, people and allies from right across a range of […]

York Central infrastructure Funding Confirmed

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From gov.uk.   Homes England and Network Rail will be investing £77 million to ensure that York’s new city centre quarter development goes ahead, following confirmation of the route for the funding to the project from the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government. The announcement has been welcomed as a clear signal of the […]

York Disability Rights Forum

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From The Yorkshire Times.   As an active campaigner for the York ME Community I’m pleased to be involved with the newly launched York Disability Rights Forum. The work to raise awareness of ME is challenging and over the years the Community has had many successes, including getting support for achieving our aims from local […]

The York ME TGA Inter-Company Fantasy Football League

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The York ME TGA Inter-Company Fantasy Football League   The York ME Community runs an Inter-Company Fantasy Football League sponsored by TGA Mobility.  This is to help raise awareness of the illness that affects around 250,00 people in the UK, and 800 to 1,000 people of all ages in the York area alone. Companies enjoyed […]

York ‘No One Expected This’: York At Crossroads As Coronavirus Takes Toll

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  By Josh Halliday in The Guardian. For a city that has been at the heart of major national events for 17 centuries, beloved both by medieval kings and warring Romans, York has seen its fortunes rise and fall over the years. But new questions about the future of the former Viking capital of England […]

News From York Carers Centre

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Accessing carer groups from home  You can now access our carer support groups and activities online as we continue to work within government guidance, and explore ways we can offer our face to face groups in the future. If you’d like to take part in any of our groups/activities, and would like help setting up […]

Changing Places Toilets For Disabled People To Be Compulsory

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  From BBC News. Large accessible toilets for severely disabled people – known as Changing Places – will be made compulsory for new buildings in England from 2021. Shopping centres, supermarkets, sports and arts venues will be required to include at least one Changing Place, a government spokesman said. The facilities include hoists, changing benches […]

The York Access Group

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Just to let you know that The York Access and Mobility Club has been renamed The York Access Group. This group will be working with others in the York area to improve disability access to amenities in York, so that we can all enjoy our beautiful city to the full, and to not be restricted […]

‘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, […]

Shock As Minster FM To Close – To Be Replaced By A National Greatest Hits Station

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  From YorkMix. York radio station Minster FM is to close, it was revealed today (Wednesday). The station will be absorbed into the Hits Radio Brand Network, its owners Bauer Media announced. Many of the staff at the Dunnington-based company have been put on redundancy notice today – including most of the presenters.   To […]

Fulford Flowers Brightens York Homes With Rainbow Bouquets During Covid-19 Crisis

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  By Nadia Jefferson-Brown in The Press.   A florist to the stars has returned to her roots to serve the York community during the Covid-19 crisis. Fulford Flowers, known for its big-budget commissions, from celebrity weddings to film premieres, is now brightening people’s days by delivering rainbow bouquets locally. Pictures of rainbows have been popping up in people’s […]

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 […]

Bus Pass Restrictions Relaxed In North Yorkshire

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  By Karen Lie in Yorkshire Coast Radio.   Restrictions on the use of bus passes in North Yorkshire have been relaxed to help pass holders to take advantage of early morning shopping opportunities and medical appointments. North Yorkshire County Council have temporarily enhanced their National Concessionary Travel Scheme to enable pass holders to use […]

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 […]

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