Thornton le Dale ‘Spins’ up £3400 for Charities

added on 2017-05-03 15:37:52

In a superb community effort, 48 riders ‘geared up’ to raise money for charities on Sunday 30 April outside the New Inn at Thornton le Dale. Click here to see some photographs from the day  The Cycle Spin lasted for 12 hours using two ‘Spin’ bikes, with riders pedalling for… more

 

Beck Isle Wall - work is completed

added on 2017-02-25 20:00:31

The refurbishment of Beck Isle Wall (opposite Beck Isle Cottage) is now complete. Click this link to see a presentation of the project.  Note: this is a large file and may be slow to load. more

 

Next Steps - Supporting and Promoting Health and Wellbeing

added on 2017-02-15 13:35:18

Next Steps - is an initiative Supporting and Promoting Health and Wellbeing.  It aims to prevent isolation, loneliness and to promote Wellbeing There are a variety of meetings and events in the area Click here for more information more

 

Thornton Le Dale WI - Green Hearts on the Village Green

added on 2017-01-30 10:23:01

WI Green Hearts  Thornton Le Dale WI  decorated the Village Green between Tuesday 14 and Saturday 18 February 2017, with green hearts, as part of the country wide initiative from the Women’s Institute. 'On Valentine’s Day, people across the country will “show the love” …. for all the things that are affected… more

 

Thornton Le Dale WI raise £400 for Yorkshire Air Ambulance

added on 2016-12-14 11:01:02

  At their December 2016 meeting, the Thornton Le Dale WI presentented a cheque, for £400, to Yorkshire Air Ambulance (represented by Kevin Hutchinson).   The money was raised at various fundraising events such as the Scarecrow Festival, an Auction (at the October meeting) and other collections. Additional funds were… more

 

INVITATION TO JOIN NYCC BUDGET CONVERSATION - Tuesday, 13 December, between 5pm and 7pm

added on 2016-12-11 15:21:35

Residents are invited to join budget conversation - Press release from North Yorkshire County Council   North Yorkshire County Council is inviting residents to join a conversation about its progress in responding to reductions in funding while creating a council and services to meet future challenges.   People can do so… more