Harrogate North Yorkshire is the gateway to the Dales, sitting on edge of the North Yorkshire Dales. With attractions both during the day and night, Harrogate has something for everyone.During the day Harrogate boasts local attractions like the Stray, The Valley Gardens, The Turkish Baths, Betty's Tea Rooms, Harlow Carr Gardens, The Pump Room Museums, The Mercer Gallery along with the cosmapoliton feel of the bars and cafe's in the town centre and the relaxing nature of the Montpellier Quater. The evening brings a lively night scene with a good mix of traditional and contemporary bars and restaurants in Harrogate, and some excellent nightclubs. With a full program of plays at the Harrogate Theatre as well as concerts, stand up comics and local productions held at the famous Harrogate International Centre and Harrogate Royal Hall there is something for everyone whether your are a local resident or a visitor to our area.
Many businesses will remember the devastation that came with the recession, which hit the UK in the late 2000s. However, over more recent years, things have been on the up for many businesses, which includes those in Harrogate. A number of reports have demonstrated the growing level of success being experienced by Harrogate companies, and […]
We have been asked to post about a lost dog called Millie. She has gone missing near the Crimple Valley Squash Club and the Great Yorkshire Show Ground. If anyone finds please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 07974 366140.
Local Harrogate Solicitor Angela Davies from AM Davies talks about a current job she is working on with a very old unregistered title deed. This is a typical 19th century deed, written beautifully by hand, illustrated with a watercolour plan, and sealed with wax. It relates to an ordinary house in Ilkley. A surprising amount […]