A GIG by East London jazz quintet Led Bib, due to take place at The Shed in Hovingham Village Hall on Saturday, has been cancelled.
ON the southern edge of the Hambleton Hills lies the pretty village of Coxwold.
POACHING is becoming a big problem in parts of Ryedale, according to the police, with wholesale trespassing by gangs of armed men.
YOUNGSTERS are unable to walk a village school because it is too dangerous, and now their headteacher is campaigning to have a new path put in.
NATALYA WILSON has a sneak preview of an exhibition of work by Ryedale photographers due to open in York next week.
SATIRE, comedy, pathos and storytelling come to Scarborough’s Stephen Joseph Theatre this week, with a raft of plays and performances, offering something for all dramatic tastes.
THE Saltbox Gallery and Workshop is showing a variety of vibrant new work for the Christmas season, called a Winter Landscape.
THERE’S a charity gig at Suddaby’s Crown in Wheelgate, Malton, tonight with the latest Light’s On event.
During the current economic climate, it is being reported that racehorse owners, from the top to the bottom of the sport, are reducing the number of horses in training.
DO we ever see Grace?, a play by Noel Greig, is being presented by 1812 Youth Theatre at Helmsley Arts Centre on Friday and Saturday.
ONE of the most famous musicals of all time is being performed at the Galtres Entertainment Centre in Easingwold until Saturday.
SIDE-stepping convention with incendiary results, East London jazz quintet Led Bib will set The Shed alight in Hovingham Village Hall on Saturday night.
LORD Lichfield was one of the most respected photographers of the 20th century and an exhibition of his work, entitled Patrick Lichfield – A Retrospective, has been showing at Nunnington Hall near Helmsley.
BURTON Agnes Hall and Gardens near Driffield extends its Christmas opening to visitors from now until December 21.
A SWASHBUCKLING yarn unfolds at Terrington Village Hall on Friday, November 28 with The Prisoner of Zenda, presented by North Country Theatre and Terrington Arts.
THE Rambler’s Association (Ryedale group) is organising a walk in Lockton cemetery on Sunday, starting at 10am.
The National Equine Database (NED) is scheduled to go live on Monday, November 24, four years after work commenced on it.
Friars Hill Stables held the first round of their Winter Dressage Competition at Sinnington.
Monthly dressage / flatwork clinics, with Rosie Moreton Deakin, are being held at Thornton Lodge Farm, Easingwold, home of UK Chasers course and UK Riders competitions.
Greymatter with Brian Cottam
When I was younger I seemed to spend a lot of lesson time drawing ‘life maps’.
RYEDALE Police are planning to crackdown on cyclists who ride at night without lights and along footpaths.
TOP sausage maker in the North-East – that’s the honour which has been given to Peter Hogg of W Fletcher and Sons, the butchery business in Norton.
FARMERS in North Yorkshire are being urged to start growing coppice willow to meet a sudden huge demand for energy.
RYEDALE jockey Dougie Costello, having joined forces with Malton Marquees, provided his new sponsor with a vivid illustration of a jump-jockeys’ rapidly-changing fortunes last Saturday.
A CARER has won a prize for her work with children and families.
AT our annual Auctioneers Meeting last Sunday it was revealed that TB was increasing at the rate of 30 per cent year on year and it would only be a matter of time before the disease spread to the North of England.
BATTLING Kirkbymoorside lost 3-2 to fellow Wearside League newcomers Newton Aycliffe.
RJF Homes-Beckett Football League first division leaders Bagby and Balk were beaten 4-2 at home by next to bottom Heslerton.
DRAW specialists Malton & Norton recorded their fifth share-all in six games thanks to a late penalty against defending Leeper Hare York and District Football League premier division champions Huntington Rovers.
A POLICE operation in Ryedale found that drivers are still risking their lives and failing to use a seatbelt.
STORY-TELLING has been the flavour of the week at one school.
THE HIGHWAYS Agency has come under renewed pressure to invest in road safety improvements on the notorious A64.
RYEDALE tourism businesses scored several successes in the new Yorkshire Coast and Moors Awards held at Scarborough’s Spa.