Across Britain trick-or-treating is being largely discouraged. With the 31st of October upcoming many are wondering what is happening with guidelines relating to trick-or-treating. The City of York Bureau of Health has released a statement announcing that they are "discouraging" trick-or-treating as it is being classed as a "high risk" activity
Small Yorkshire businesses could miss out on potentially millions of pounds in sales, with the news of the York St Nicholas' Christmas Markets 2020 being cancelled. Local artisan producers rely on this festive period to boost sales, more than ever with the pandemic. Last year's Christmas festival brought in £57 million and
Residents of York could find themselves unable to meet with another household after Boris Johnson announces further lockdown restrictions this evening. The three-tier lockdown system the PM is widely reported to be introducing will be based on Covid alert levels. An area will be deemed as "medium", "high", or "very high".
On Saturday 26th September, a video, uploaded by Joshua Murphy, went viral on Facebook sparking outrage amongst viewers. The video depicts a large crowd of young people singing and dancing on the streets of York City Centre. Minutes after bars and pubs closed, Joshua began filming. Pub and bar closures were due to