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Boost for Cleveland Way

Cleveland Way Managers are delighted by the great supporting boost to the National Trail that’s being provided by Hardmoors events. The North York Moors National Park Authority has entered into a three year agreement with Hardmoors, where a pound of every entry fee to one of the Hardmoors Runs will be donated to support the […]

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Try your hand at bowls

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to play bowls? Hovingham Bowls Club are offering free coaching and taster sessions for all ages on their pristine bowling green adjacent to the village Market. Come along next Saturday, September 3, and have an informal chat to members of the Bowls Club and flex your arm muscles […]

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Free tennis coaching for kids

To celebrate Wimbledon, Hovingham Market and Hovingham Tennis Club are sponsoring free professional coaching for children, on Saturday July 2. Sessions 10.30-11.30, 11.30-12.30, and 12.30-13.30. Book NOW to secure a place by email to fiona.bennett@gmail.com   Limited places available on the day, subject to availability.

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Helmsley Swimming Pool

Helmsley Open Air Swimming pool hopes to open 18 June

  As the pool may close because of the weather a visit to this page before you set off is always a good idea. 2016 Opening Times  Day  Session Opens  Session Closes Monday to Friday 11.15 AS 1.15  PM OPEN 3.15 PM FS 5:30 PM OPEN 1.00 PM 3.15 PM 5:15 PM 7.00 PM Saturday  & Sunday 11:15 AM OPEN […]

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Park Run to take place every Saturday

A running event that has been surging in popularity across the country has come to Ryedale. Despite no forward publicity, 276 people attended the inaugural parkrun in Dalby Forest, with runners coming from far and wide to support it. The run, which is staffed entirely by volunteers, is described by the organisation as “free, weekly, […]

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Half term football training camp

i2i are very excited to announce our very popular Football Academy Elite Training Camps will be running again this Half Term in York. Book your places to avoid disappointment because we fill up fast! Please see our flyer below for details.

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Helmsley’s young footballers invited to join academy

These are exciting times for the i2i Football Academy. From September the i2i Football Academy will be bringing our exciting coaching school to the Malton Community Sports Centre for young football players who want to improve their skills and technique. Our coaches will be running sessions on Monday nights from 5-30-6-30pm for u8s, 9s and […]

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Tour de Yorkshire

The details of the first ever Tour de Yorkshire have been announced: Stage 1 on Friday 1st May will start in Bridlington and finish in Scarborough – 174km Stage 2 on Saturday 2nd May will start in Selby and finish in York – 174km Stage 3 on Sunday 3rd May will start in Wakefield and […]

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Helmsley 10k run, apply now for a place

The sixth running of the Helmsley 10K Challenge will take place on Easter Sunday, 5 April 2015, and applications are now open. This is a multi terrain race partly on road, partly on forestry track and footpaths and fields. Last year’s Challenge was a huge success with over 400 entrants.  Enter early to make sure […]

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New Tour de Yorkshire race may come to Ryedale

Hopes are high that Ryedale and the North York Moors National Park will play a key role in the new Tour de Yorkshire cycle race. Race organisers yesterday revealed the host towns and cities for the inaugural race which will follow in the footsteps of this year’s Grade Depart. Bridlington, Leeds, Scarborough, Selby, Wakefield and […]

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The Ryedale Grand Prix Weekend – 19/20 July

First promoted by British Cycling’s Yorkshire Region in 2005 the Ryedale Grand Prix has featured as the National Road Race Championship in 2005, 2008 and in 2012. For 2014 it returns as part of the the British Cycling Elite Road Series and will once again incorporate the Peter Longbottom Memorial in dedication to the Malton […]

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Ready, steady – Go! Helmsley Sports Club work underway

The long-running £150,000 plus scheme to redevelop Helmsley’s sports pavilion, out door swimming pool and team facilities, is well under-way and could be completed next year. The first of three phases to provide team changing rooms and area,showers and a new kitchen is nearing completion, says Chairman of the Helmsley Sports Field Association, Chris Parkin. […]

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Helmsley Bowling Club welcomes new members

This year the Helmsley Bowling Club season begins with an Open Day at the bowling green on Baxtons Road, Helmsley on Sunday 13 April at 1.30pm when new players will be made very welcome. Bowling is not an arduous sport but does provide hours of enjoyment among friends old and new and gentle exercise in the […]

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Sports Funding workshops

These workshops – organised by Seachange – will be delivered in partnership with Scarborough Borough Council Sports Development Officer and will take place on; Monday 20th January 2014, 6:30pm – 8:00pm at The Street, Scarborough Monday 27th January 2014, 6:30pm – 8:00pm at Whitby Leisure Centre (please note that this has yet to be confirmed […]

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Roger Albert Clark Rally comes to Helmsley this Saturday

More than 75 entrants have been confirmed for this year’s Roger Albert Clark Rally, which gets under way with a series of special night stages in the North Yorkshire forests around Pickering starting on Friday (November 8). The second biggest rallying event in the UK, which is expected to attract more than 50,000 spectators during […]

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Mencap still looking for runners

Ryedale Mencap is still hoping to find a runner (or two) to take on the Great North Run as a fundraiser. Not long now till the closing date for entries, so don’t delay. Any funds raised will have an immediate and beneficial effect on the lives of local people with learning disabilities. For full details […]

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Could you do the Great North Run for Mencap?

Wanted: volunteer runners for next year’s Great North Run (September 2014) to run on behalf of Mencap, the UK’s leading charity for people with learning disability. Starting in Newcastle, the course takes in the iconic Tyne Bridge, goes through Gateshead passing the famous international athletics stadium and finishes in the coastal town of South Shields. […]

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Golfers needed for Ryedale charity game

An appeal for golfers has gone out from Ryedale Lions Club to take part in its rescheduled annual charity golf tournament on Friday, October 4. Torrential rain and flooding forced abandonment of the original event at Kirkbymoorside Golf Club and a number of the original teams, who had come long distances, cannot make the new […]

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Helmsley 10k Multi Terrain Challenge

Call for runners for Helmsley 10k

Runners of all abilities are being invited to take part in the fourth annual Helmsley 10k at Easter. Starting from the town’s sports and social club, on Sunday, March 31, at 10am, the run covers a varied terrain, including roads, forestry tracks and fields. The first 300 to cross the finish line will receive an […]

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A Short Reflection on London 2012

Following on from my last post about the Olympics, here’s another question: why are all elite high-jumpers so tall? Yes, I know, I know, but what I mean is, is excellence in sport about celebrating giftedness or is it about finding ever more freakishly-shaped people to represent their countries? And wouldn’t it be interesting, for […]

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Inspired by the Olympics?

The Olympics – what a revelation! Who would have believed that such a Mardi Gras of passion and wonder could erupt in this grey and downtrodden land. Good bye to cynicism and despair, dreams can still come true – even those we didn’t believe we still had. No surprise then, that people want London 2012 […]

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Ampleforth hosts cycle racing elite tomorrow

Ampleforth is the location for Sunday’s National Road Race Championships – the single biggest day of road racing on the British calendar. The women’s National Road Race Championship begins the day, departing Ampleforth College for six laps of a rolling 9.5mile / 15.2km circuit. The total race distance will be 66.5 miles / 107km. This […]

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