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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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Seeking families to care for habitats‏

Families with children aged 4 – 14 are invited to take part in the next round of the North York Moors National Park’s Explorer Club which starts at the beginning of May. Meeting one Saturday or Sunday a month for six months, the club is a great way for families to learn about the habitats […]

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North Yorkshire Youth Commission on Police and Crime – opportunity for 14-25 year olds

We are currently recruiting for the North Yorkshire Youth Commission on Police and Crime, which is a new project in partnership with the Police and Crime Commissioner. The purpose of the Youth Commission is to enable young people to support, challenge and inform the work of the Police and Crime Commissioner, Julia Mulligan. The Youth […]

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Arts Centre recruiting for Take Over Festival project

From Helmsley Arts Centre: We have recently been awarded funds from Arts Council England to run a year long Youth Inclusion Programme. The central part of the programme will be a ‘Take Over’ festival where we hope to encourage and support a team of young people (aged 13-24) to ‘take over’ Helmsley Arts centre with […]

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Careers boost for young people

More than 200 students and their parents attended an event at Ryedale School to showcase career options in Ryedale. Ryedale District Council and North Yorkshire Business and Education Partnership (NYBEP) organised the event to help young people understand the many career options available locally with Ryedale businesses. 23 colleges, local employers and training providers took […]

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Youth consultation meeting

I am writing to introduce myself as the Youth Development Worker for North Yorkshire Youth in the area of Ryedale. As part of my role I help set up and sustain voluntary youth projects for young people aged 11-19 years, more can be found on our website. I am currently working in partnership with the […]

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Musical theatre summer school at Helmsley Arts Centre

Helmsley Arts Centre is offering a musical theatre summer school for young people between the ages of 12 and 17, from Monday 28 July to Friday 1 August. This exciting project will be an inspiring five days of music, movement and theatre led by director and choreographer Jolley Gosnold, whose talent and experience outweigh his […]

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Young Adult Carers event – 15th January

As you may be aware Scarborough and Ryedale Carers Resource were awarded a 4 year BIG lottery grant, to support Young Adult Carers 18-35yrs, who are looking after someone with a physical or mental illness or disability. We are very keen to celebrate our work with Young Adult Carers over the last year and we […]

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Prince’s Countryside Fund award grant to local scheme

Yesterday it was announced that local scheme YMAAS (Yorkshire Moors Agricultural Apprentice Scheme), whose aim is to encourage young people to enter a career in upland hill farming, was awarded a grant of nearly £50,000 from the Prince’s Countryside Fund, ensuring the continuation of the scheme. The arduous work, the long hours and for many, […]

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Creepy goings-on at your local library

There’s something strange going on in the neighbourhood. Mummies are causing mayhem and skeletons creating a stir – Are you ready for the 2013 Summer Reading Challenge? It’s a spine-tingling adventure! Enter your local library to find out what awaits you… This year’s theme is ‘Creepy House’. All you have to do is read six […]

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Ryefest 2013

Ryefest Youth Festival – July 20th

Young people aged 11 – 19 (up to 25 with special educational needs) are invited to a Youth Arts Festival at Brooklyn Youth Centre on Saturday July 20th. Ryefest is totally free and will run from 3 -9pm. There will be a main stage with live bands, and workshops will include jewellery making, felt-making, pop-art, […]

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Half-term treats – make a ‘tree-shirt’, craft a dragonfly jewel, hunt for cliff-top treasure

Experience a host of fun activities in the North York Moors National Park this half-term. Join a great geocaching treasure hunt at Ravenscar, design a ‘tree-shirt’ or join a butterfly and dragonfly art workshop at Danby. If walking is more to your taste, step back in time at Sinnington for a two-mile walk that touches […]

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Foster Care Fortnight starts today

Foster Care Fortnight is the annual campaign to raise the profile of fostering and is the UK’s biggest foster carer recruitment campaign. This year’s Foster Care Fortnight runs from today until Sunday 26 May 2013 with a call for people to get in the frame across the UK.. The campaign aims to highlight the need for […]

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Ryedale Skills Summit to boost job chances and help local employers

A ‘Ryedale Skills Summit’ is to unite local business leaders with Ryedale schools, training providers and school children to help ensure that local people get the skills and training needed by Ryedale employers, and so boost their job opportunities. Ryedale District Council has invited businesses and schools to attend the half-day seminar on Wednesday, 15 […]

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New Youth Theatre project seeks actors

Are you aged between 11 and 19 and interested in drama and the theatre? The Ryedale Youth Support Service, funded by The Big Lottery, is starting a year-round FUSE Theatre project in Pickering on Wednesday evenings (6-8pm). A group of young people with and without special educational needs will come together with a professional theatre […]

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A week in the life of Gregor Stuart

National Park apprentice Gregor Stuart is one of only 10 young people in the country who has been chosen to tweet and share pictures online about his working life. Gregor, 22, of Newton-on-Rawcliffe, who has started an Advanced Apprenticeship with the North York Moors National Park Authority, is taking part in the blog as a […]

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16-25? Want to work in media? 4Talent Workshops

If you are interested in media you will need to STAND OUT. Channel 4 and local industry leaders are here to show you how by hosting a day of activities designed to INSPIRE you to WORK in the CREATIVE INDUSTRIES and suggest PRACTICAL ways you can get involved. In these creative workshops you will be […]

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Young naturalists wanted

Do you know how a Shield bug got its name? Would you like to know more about ancient woodland? And how many leaves can you identify? If your children want the answers to these questions and much more, why not join the North York Moors National Park Authority’s Explorer Club? The new Club is aimed […]

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