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It's out, here's my top Harrogate events you REALLY need to be attending this summer. So if you like all things farming, foodie and fun you'll love what I've got in store.... plus they are all local!
It’s going to be visually spectacular at Harewood House’s Seeds of Hope event this weekend. 1,269 sunflowers will be standing tall, each representing the men who tended to at Harewood House when it served as an auxiliary Hospital from 1915 to 1919.
It's the RHS Garden Harlow Carr Flower Show this weekend! Browse, buy, and pick up advice from more than 45 specialist nurseries and garden trade...
Harrogate Tribe held it’s first Fashion event hosted by Hotel Du Vin on Friday 4th May. The gorgeous gals from Kit & Kaboodal came to showcase their beautiful summer season whilst guest enjoyed the stunning floral wall by local company Orla Flora, a two-course meal and a gin or two!
Find out when the Stray's “lovliest of trees” bursts into beautiful blooms brightening the winter gloom with the promise of something warmer to come.
Originally a stage musical before being transformed in to the 2013 hit feature film adaptation, Sunshine on Leith is a tail of a close-knit family, their love for each other and the ups and downs of family life.
I’m are very excited to announce Harrogate Tribe Fashion Event on Friday May 4 at 7.00pm at Hotel Du Vin. Local fashion brand Kit & Kaboodal will be making sure you look fantastic this summer. Tickets are £30 and include a two course meal, two drinks and a goody bag.
Last year, the Upper Nidderdale Landscape Partnership launched a walking guide for the Nidderdale Way, which features some of Yorkshire’s most famous sights. The spectacular 53 mile route is a long distance footpath in the easternmost valley of the Yorkshire Dales, encircling the River Nidd.
Spring has been a bit of a mix bag, we've had a dusting of snow and glorious sunshine. I love nothing more than to celebrate...