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Can you provide a Safe Place?

Up to 140 public sector organisations across North Yorkshire, including libraries, leisure centres, Citizen’s Advice Bureaux, TransPennine train stations and community and children’s centres, have registered as Safe Places – but more are needed. Safe Places help people who may need a little extra help and support while out and about in their community. People […]

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Helmsley celebrates Small Business Saturday – Nov. 2nd

The National Small Business Saturday campaign tour bus is coming to Helmsley on Wednesday November 2nd from 10am to 1pm and there are lots of opportunities for small businesses and local authority members from across the whole area to come along and get free advice and marketing materials about the campaign, as well as some […]

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Ryedale Business Awards

Nominations are now open for Ryedale’s first business awards event to recognise and celebrate what great businesses we have in our area. Winners will be announced over a celebratory breakfast served to the nominees and their guests at the White Swan, Ampleforth, on 24th January 2017, hosted by Vale Radio. Anna Lupton, owner of the […]

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New barbers opens in Kirkbymoorside

Mark John Barbering has opened his doors in Kirkbymoorside and is welcoming new customers. Mark has 18 years of hairdressing experience and comes from Pickering. He offers traditional as well as modern cuts and especially welcomes youngsters with superhero aprons and lollies to help them feel comfortable. Mark will be offering cut and finish father […]

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Free Antiques Valuation Day at Beadlam Grange Farm Shop

On Friday the 10th of June, 10.30am-2.30pm. Our valuation days are open to anyone who wishes to come along for free valuations and advice on antiques and fine art they may wish to sell. This includes: Ceramics, Glass, Clocks & Watches, Fine Art, Silver & Jewellery, Coins, Medals & Militaria, Books, Postcards, Furniture & Rugs. […]

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Broadband & Business Forum

Hosted by Kevin Hollinrake, MP for Thirsk and Malton – Friday 10th June 2016 – Galtres Centre, Market Place, Easingwold. Morning session on superfast broadband. A presentation from Superfast North Yorkshire with presentation and Q&A sessions from BT, EE, Vodafone, Boundless, Moorsweb, Clannet, Beeline & OpenSignal.

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Warning to businesses following post office cash scam

Police have issued a warning to businesses to be on their guard following a scam reported at Castleton Post Office near Whitby. The scam, known as “ringing the changes”, involved two women who spoke in broken English, who asked to withdraw a large amount of Euros using sterling to pay for them. The women then […]

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Elderly care service establish Malton base

Home Instead Senior Care is an organisation that you won’t have heard of until you or a family member needs their services. They provide companionship-based care and support at home primarily for older people, but really for anyone who needs some help to maintain independence and quality of life. They have recently set up a […]

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Helmsley gears up for panto-themed festive fun day

Finishing touches are being made to plans for the Festive Fun Day to be held in Helmsley this weekend to mark Small Business Saturday. The pantomime-themed day will encourage people to keep trade local and there will be activities run by local businesses, along with fun, games and entertainment for all the family taking place […]

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Dear Prime Minister …

Helmsley in Business urge Prime Minister to visit the town in bid to win Great British High Street title. Member of Helmsley in Business have written to the Prime Minister urging him to visit the town before throwing his backing behind one of their rivals in the Great British High Street Awards. With just a […]

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Supporting Business Growth in Ryedale

Ryedale District Council Economic Action Plan 2016 – 2020 Make Sure Your Voice is Heard. As you may be aware, the 4 year Ryedale District Council Economic Action Plan “Supporting business growth to deliver quality employment.” is due to end in 2015. The Ryedale District Economic Action Plan strove to identify how the council could […]

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Shop sale of display units

Something Special, Kirkbymoorside’s lovely high street gift shop, is having a revamp and Hilary is selling some of her display cabinets and card display units so if you’re interested pop in and have a look. There’s some pictures below of a selection of the units. Specifications & Prices The large 5 shelf solid pine bookcase […]

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Hunters of Helmsley win second award

Great to see this story reported in The Northern Echo last Friday. Staff at a delicatessen which stocks 2,000 different products are celebrating having been named the region’s best independent retailer. Former farmers Chris and Christine Garnett, who have run Hunters of Helmsley in a 90sq m grade II listed shop in the heart of […]

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The Great British High Street

In 2014 high streets in towns, villages and cities up and down the country entered the Great British High Street competition – it was a huge success so it’s happening again. Helmsley in Business have put forward Helmsley in the market town category and are asking local people to help, if the town is one […]

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Local businesses invited to ‘Know Your Coast’ sessions

The North York Moors National Park Authority organises taster sessions to offer businesses chance to sample and sell coastal pleasures Local businesses are being invited to step into the shoes of coastal visitors and try out a range of activities and experiences as part of an initiative to promote tourism across the region. A series […]

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Secret Britain comes to the North York Moors

Don’t miss Secret Britain tonight – BBC1 9.00pm

The Mysterious Moors of Yorkshire is the subject of tonight’s show with local glass artists Stephen Gillies and Kate Jones featured! Ellie and Adam go on a journey around the mysterious moors of North Yorkshire. Adam meets the farmer whose dad discovered a secret Roman villa some 50 years ago while ploughing. Finds of Roman […]

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Helmsley beer to help preserve Cleveland Way

A new beer has been created which will not only taste great but help preserve one of the most popular local footpaths; the Cleveland Way. Walkers who enjoy soaking up the wonderful views of the Cleveland Way National Trail can now enjoy a beer inspired by the popular route. ‘Striding the Riding’ is being brewed […]

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Find out Ryedale Folk Museum 2015 plans

Start of Season get-together for local businesses – CANCELLED The Ryedale Folk Museum is sorry to announce that the our planned business open day on Wednesday 25th March is cancelled due to severe access restrictions to Hutton le Hole village, caused by on going road works. There are severe vehicle restrictions to Hutton le Hole […]

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Small Business Saturday to be celebrated in Helmsley – Dec. 6th

Helmsley will be a great place to visit for those who are feeling full of Christmas spirit this December. The town’s third annual Christmas Tree Festival begins on Saturday 6th December. Held in Helmsley’s historic All Saints Church, 30 locally sourced 6ft trees will be on display, decorated by different businesses and organisations from the […]

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Major arts event this Thursday

On Thursday 13th November, Rural Arts are hosting a networking afternoon at North Yorkshire Moors Railway, 1-4.30pm, to give Ryedale-based artists and independent businesses the opportunity to meet, swap ideas (and print!) and form potential partnerships. The event is completely free, and includes a buffet lunch, however registration is essential and numbers limited. The day […]

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Helmsley Arts Centre Culture Conference 16 Oct‏ober

This is an invitation to Artists, Venues, Museums, Promoters, Businesses, and anyone interested in the potential of our cultural landscape. How can arts and cultural organisations help businesses become more successful? And vice versa? How can we build and shape the cultural sector in Ryedale? And how can we work together to make our region […]

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Barkers Yard scheme wins award

Four award winning developments in Ryedale featured at the 2014 Local Authority Building Awards for North and East Yorkshire. Winner of the Best Commercial Small Building/Scheme was Barkers Yard in Borogate, Helmsley, which has been transformed into eight bustling shops in the heart of the town. Owned by Helmsley Estate, this disused stable yard comprised […]

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Scotts owner Tony Webster (right) and chef manager Shane White proudly display their TripAdvisor certificate

Excellence award for Helmsley Chippie

Scotts of Helmsley has been awarded a Certificate of Excellence by TripAdvisor which recognise businesses that consistently earn top ratings from tourists. With a total of 169 reviews, the chippie has been successfully ranked as one of the top three restaurants in popular market town. More than 80 per cent of the reviewers have “recommended” […]

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