Update on work to protect Minster Gates
To protect all in York’s city centre, work on Minster Gates and the Minster piazza will end on Friday 20 October and work on the junction of Pavement and Piccadilly will be completed before Christmas.
Mansion House to thank York volunteers
Volunteers involved in mental health service delivery and support will gather at an event in the Mansion House to mark World Mental Health Day on Tuesday 10 October at 6.00pm.
'Any Of Us' could foster
That’s the message of a powerful new fostering film – any of us can foster a child or young person, if you have the capacity to care.
Homes with extra energy efficiency measures for shared ownership
An innovative new scheme to help more people in York afford to buy a more energy-efficient home of their own is launching.
New funding to support rough sleepers off York’s streets
Based on the council’s successful past and planned work, £265,854 has been secured for the coming 2 financial years.
Special event celebrates first year of York’s Dementia Strategy
A special event is being held which will mark the first year of York’s Dementia Strategy and the difference it has made to residents.
Shambles work hours extended due to archaeological finds
The working hours of contractors installing city centre safety measures are extending, as historic bones are found next to a Medieval burial ground.
York flies the flag for tackling climate change
City of York Council will be raising awareness of the need to reduce the city’s carbon footprint by flying a flag bearing the Yorkshire climate change stripes for Zero Emissions Day, 21 September.
Employers invited to showcase their businesses to future workforce
City of York Council is calling for York employers to sign up to showcase their businesses and inspire employees of the future at two, free, local events.
Pioneering speech and language programme shortlisted for national awards
A pioneering children’s speech and language programme in York has been shortlisted for 2 national awards.