York City Reveals Legacy Plans for Bootham Crescent

Today York City Football Club revealed legacy plans for their much-loved, historic ground Bootham Crescent, ahead of their move to the brand new LNER Community Stadium. The National League North club, who have called Bootham Crescent home for 88 years, are proud to reveal legacy plans which are in the process of being designed together… Read more »

York Music Venue Celebrates 7th year with new online broadcast platform

One of the region’s award winning grassroots music venue is celebrating its 7th anniversary this year in a slightly different way during the national lockdown. The Fulford Arms in York normally hosts over 250 live music events annually but due to the pandemics restrictions, it is unable to open it’s doors at the moment.  … Read more »

York City Vs Chester FC Match Report

A melee after the final whistle marred an excellent hard fought win for York City against Chester. This battle of 2 well known former football league clubs had ended 2-1 when altercations started in the centre of the pitch when the final whistle blew, which resulted in a second yellow card and sending off for… Read more »

YCFC Livestream Prices Announced

We are delighted to announce that York City Football Club games now will be available to watch live via the insight4 platform for the remainder of the 2020/21 season. After a successful period of live stream testing, where the club provided a free live stream and asked fans to ‘pay what you can’ alongside the… Read more »

Local artist’s works for sale as part of York theatre’s bake and make fundraising sale on 7th November

The Joseph Rowntree Theatre in York is running a bake and make craft sale on Saturday 7th November as part of its major Raise the Roof campaign. Local artist, Elliot Harrison, will be selling and signing vibrant prints, calendars and greetings cards of many of the city’s iconic buildings and views. Elliot’s work features a vibrant… Read more »

National League Funding Statement

As a club we welcome this vital National Lottery grant aid from the government. During this time of economic uncertainty, we recognise that we are lucky to receive funding and are incredibly grateful. However, we have a duty to our club to ensure that the funding allocation for York City Football Club is fair and… Read more »

‘Thundercluck’ support for this year’s Bloodaxe Book Challenge!

A leading children’s author has thrown his support behind this year’s Bloodaxe Book Challenge, the annual initiative from The JORVIK Group and York Libraries aimed at encouraging children to read more. Paul Tillery IV, author of the Thundercluck: Chicken of Thor!” books has recorded a special message for participants, and will be hosting a live… Read more »

Online Guitar Tuition

Teaching the fundamentals of reading, theory and technique, my goal is to improve your playing, taking it to the next level and beyond. Should you be a complete beginner, intermediate or advanced player, lessons aim to build confidence, the ability to improvise and diversify your guitar skills in the direction of your choice. Visit www.markhussey.com… Read more »

Your date with Mad Alice awaits! Sightseeing bus firm’s winter specials

Spine-tingling family fun starts on Monday as famous folklore figure Mad Alice leads thrilling journeys into York’s darkest past She’s mad about York – now join her on the bus, if you dare! The legendary figure Mad Alice is to lead her own ultimate spine-tingling bus tour of York’s darkest moments every evening from Monday… Read more »

Thumbs up for Van Gogh as exhibition is extended into 2021

A York exhibition is receiving top praise for visitors for lifting the spirits, leading to an extension of its current run until the end of February 2021. Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience in York St Mary’s, Coppergate was due to close at the end of the year, but organisers have extended it to lift the… Read more »