Year 7 pupils in York will get the opportunity to take part in a sexual abuse and exploitation play and workshop as part of the city’s ‘It’s not Ok’ campaign.
A report which considers how additional funding for the Shine programme of activities is to be spent will be considered by the Deputy Leader of City of York Council at a decision session on 3 December
Childcare professionals across the city will have the chance to attend the fourth ‘It’s not ok’ professional seminar at West Offices next week [8 December].
A sheltered housing scheme tenant will be celebrating her 102nd birthday with afternoon tea alongside her friends and family – and a surprise visit from The Lord Mayor of York – at Glen Lodge.
A report which outlines options for spending £70,000 to enable the council’s community centres to flourish and grow will be considered at a Decision Session on Thursday 3 December.
York’s Dial & Ride service has been expanded thanks to a new bus which gives passengers more opportunities to travel to Vangarde and Monks Cross shopping parks.
Proposals to help increase the levels of reuse, recycling and composting to over 50 per cent and make York the ‘greenest’ city in the North have been given the go-ahead this week.
York based contractors, William Anelay, have been appointed to work on York Mansion House’s historic restoration project.
The Civic Party are getting ready for their annual Christmas Cheer Receptions in early December, marking the start of the festive season for many.
A report to promote volunteering and its benefits to both staff and residents will be considered by the Executive Member for Culture, Leisure and Tourism at a Decision Session on 27 November.
Members of the Local Plan Working Group will be asked to consider and provide comments on work to-date on the development of a York Central local plan policy at a meeting on Monday 30 November.
Hundreds of York apprentices and apprentice employers were celebrated at last night’s graduation ceremony (Thursday 19 November) which took place at the Royal York Hotel.
A new citywide project which hopes to encourage more communities to play a vital role in finding and preserving orchards in York through a new York Heritage Orchard Group has launched.
Experts in the field of sustainability and climate change are inviting community groups to join them at one of several events being held across the region to talk about tackling climate change.
City of York Council has welcomed figures showing a 30 percent increase in the number of people starting apprenticeships in the past year making it the UK’s sixth top-performing local authority.
An organisation committed to raising awareness of dementia in York and helping the city become dementia friendly has a new chair person.
City of York Council is supporting World Pancreatic Cancer Day on Friday 3 November which aims to raise awareness of pancreatic cancer – considered to be the little known disease - with the public.
City of York Council will be carrying out essential resurfacing works on Bad Bargain Lane from Monday 16 November.
All admissions authorities in the City of York Council area are consulting parents and carers on new policies and the number of places available for the school year starting in September 2017.
Finalists for the 2015 York Apprenticeship Awards have been announced ahead of the York Apprenticeship Graduation and Awards Ceremony next week.
A new indoor golf programme organised by City of York Council aims to help golfers of all abilities improve their game throughout the winter months at Burnholme Community Hub.
Pupils from Archbishop of York Junior School have received national recognition for their involvement in a school safety campaign.