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York Printmakers Annual Print Fair

YORK PRINTMAKERS ANNUAL PRINT FAIR
FREE ENTRY
York Cemetery Chapel and Harriette Room, York Cemetery, York YO10 5AJ
Sept 23rd / 24th 2023
10am – 5pm

Now in its sixth year the York Printmakers Autumn Fair is a well-established event in the city’s creative calendar. York Printmakers is a thriving, group of about 40 enthusiastic artists who work independently and come together to support and challenge each other by sharing opportunities, ideas and processes.

Our printma...

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Re-Imagining Homestead Park

As the summer sun casts its warm embrace over York, we are thrilled to extend an exclusive invitation to all residents of this vibrant city.

The time has come to breathe new life into our cherished green oasis – Homestead Park! Join us on an extraordinary journey of imagination, transformation, and community building, as we embark on a mission to create a park that truly reflects the heart and soul of York.
We're inviting you to help us redefine the future of this beloved landmark. Our...

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Free inclusive led cycle rides around York with Everybody's Cycling and York Mind

Join Everybody’s Cycling for leisurely guided rides this summer along local traffic-free cycle routes in and around beautiful York in North Yorkshire.
The rides are ideal for those looking to improve their fitness levels and mental wellbeing. This is a great opportunity to discover new local cycling routes, learn how to safety check your bike and meet new people. The rides are intended for people with barriers to cycling and wanting to build up their cycling confidence. Thes...

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Substance Misuse Carer Marketplace at Acomb Garth Community Cafe

Visit the Substance Misuse Carer Marketplace on Wednesday 16 August, 5 - 6.30 pm, at Acomb Garth Community Cafe.It's a safe, confidential and non-judgemental environment for carers to seek advice and guidance on how tobetter cope with a loved one’s addiction.Drop-in for a cuppa and a chat, you will be made very welcome.The marketplace is an opportunity to meet with representatives from Adfam, Al Anon, Alcoholics Anonymous, Cocaine Anonymous, SMART Recovery and York in Recovery.Refreshments...

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York 50+ Festival: Call out for more social activities

We'd like more social activities for this year's 50+ Festival! The festival runs from 23rd September to 8th October 2023.
We have quite a lot of physical activities in the programme so far, so it would be nice to balance these out with more social activities such as art & craft groups, singing / choirs, cookery, gardening clubs or anything else that brings older people together. If you'd like to publicise what you do, if you belong to any clubs that would welcome new members or if you would...

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York Community Woodland wins top award

York Community Woodland has won the prestigious John Boddy Award for Forestry, presented at this year’s Great Yorkshire Show.
The award celebrates excellence in forestry creation, design and management in Yorkshire, with this year’s award focusing on the best community woodland planted in Yorkshire over the last 15 years. The Award is organised and judged by the Yorkshire Agricultural Society, Royal Forestry Society and Forestry Commission....

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Don't miss out! - York Learning

Enrolments have been coming in thick and fast since our brochure was published two weeks ago. Some of our most popular courses only have a handful of spaces left, and we've already added a couple of new courses for the summer. Learn coding, piano, dressmaking, spanish and much more.Head over to the booking system to see the full program....

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Seven organisations awarded Cultural Wellbeing Grants 2023

Seven York-based charities, social enterprises, community groups and individuals have been awarded grant funding by Make It York and City of York Council, made available via the Better Care Fund. The Cultural Wellbeing Grant funding will support a range of initiatives for York residents, which are designed to support mental wellbeing and reduce loneliness and isolation.

A total of £26,775 was made available for organisations to help engage isolated people in their communities through...

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