North York Moors National Park announces fire alert
People visiting the North York Moors this weekend are asked to be particularly vigilant to the increased risk of moorland and forest fires. While the recent hot weather has been enjoyed by many, the lack of rainfall has led to ground vegetation becoming extremely dry, forcing the National Park Authority to announce a fire alert.
Published: 23 Jun 2022
First joint exhibition between two North York Moors photographers celebrates the wonder of woodland
This summer will see the beauty, mysteries and restorative benefits of woodland celebrated through a major exhibition of work by two acclaimed local photographers at the Inspired by… gallery in Danby Lodge as part of the North York Moors National Park’s 70th anniversary.
Published: 23 Jun 2022
National Park offers trees for free
Landowners in the North York Moors National Park can receive trees for free thanks to a new scheme that aims to plant the veteran trees of the future.
Published: 21 Jun 2022
National Park project sees more than 300 hectares of woodland improved and 58,000 plastic tree guards removed
A 15-month woodland restoration project that recently came to an end in the North York Moors National Park has far exceeded its initial targets, managing to conserve and improve more than 300 hectares of important wooded habitat - equivalent to more than one solid square mile of trees.
Published: 30 May 2022
National Park charity seeks new trustees to help conserve and protect the North York Moors
A charity established by the North York Moors National Park Authority in 2017 is seeking three new trustees to bring fresh skills and experience to the organisation.
Published: 26 May 2022
Community project sees recreation of Beadlam Roman Villa mosaic
A new project will see sections of a North York Moors mosaic recreated by local school pupils and community members close to where the original was found.
Published: 17 May 2022
Ceramics exhibition brings ‘father of British studio pottery’ to the North York Moors
It’s more than a century since the famous Leach Pottery in St Ives, Cornwall, was founded, but the legacy of Japanese-born Bernard Leach can still be seen in the tableware of today.
Published: 11 May 2022
Artist’s abstract paintings to portray the emotions created by the North York Moors National Park’s landscape
The Abstracted Landscapes exhibition by Yorkshire Dales artist Louise Fletcher opens at the National Park’s Inspired by… gallery at Danby Lodge on Saturday 28 May and runs through to 10 July.
Published: 03 May 2022
Plea for vigilance as the North York Moors announces fire alert
People visiting the North York Moors this bank holiday weekend are asked to be particularly vigilant as recent dry conditions have led to an increased risk of moorland and forest fires, forcing the National Park Authority to announce a fire alert.
Published: 27 Apr 2022
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