In the press this week Councillor Don Mackenzie has attacked our petition as being “badly worded”. Here is our response, delivered to the Harrogate Area County Councillors when the petition was discussed today (unfortunately Coun Mackenzie was not in attendance).
Dear supporter, At the draft stage of the Local Plan, in late 2016, 381 people, who responded to the consultation on green spaces, asked for Bilton Fields to be designated as a Local Green Space (LGS). They represented nearly two-thirds
AGM invite to all supporters of the campaign to Save Nidd Gorge and the Nidderdale Greenway Dear Supporter, Nidd Gorge Community Action are holding their Annual General Meeting at St John’s Church, Bilton Lane, on Tuesday February 20th at 7.30pm
In December, 14 Harrogate councillors voted to stop the relief road plans in their tracks, and instead to explore sustainable congestion relief measures. Just 2 councillors voted the other way – Coun Michael Harrison and Coun Don Mackenzie, who are
The supercharged atmosphere in The Cairn Hotel ballroom on Thursday will live long in the memory. After twelve months of campaigning against this ridiculous road we finally got the opportunity to give voice to our multiple objections to this destructive and heartbreaking scheme. The
Dear volunteers, we have two vital events that we need your help with: Traffic Survey on Skipton Rd, 5pm-5.30pm, Thursday 12th October Following the first training session we now have 13 volunteers to count and record the traffic. We need
Malcolm Margolis, locally famous as the iron cyclist in the sculptures beside The Nidderdale Greenway (above), has made a plea to NYCC councillors not to wreck the hugely successful green transport route he fought so hard to help establish. Unfortunately