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Kirkham Henry host a range of dance sessions for various groups, with specific classes for dancing with Parkinsons, Dementia, and blind and partially sighted . 

Tel: 01653 693310


Across Ryedale there are libraries in Malton, Norton, Helmsley, Pickering and Kirkbymoorside. 

Part-time adult education and training courses are available across North Yorkshire. Browse high quality courses online and enrol today

Next Steps host community cafes, activities, and outreach groups at a range of venues throughout Ryedale.

Tel: 01653 690 854


One Stop events now take place across Ryedale every month. Visit the One Stop to meet with local charities, local government and community groups in your area. Come and hear about the activities you can be involved with and where you can get further help and support.

We provide music therapy and group music sessions both in our own premises and across the region.

Tel: 01653 628 725

If you’re a charity or community group looking for volunteers, or you’re looking to volunteer yourself, we provide a range of services to help.

Tel: 01904 704177

We create social singing sessions to help bring older folk together for the simple pleasure of singing, talking, remembering and enjoying each others company. 

NYY provide a broad range of opportunities and activities for children and young people to explore and discover their own potential.

Tel: 01845 522 145


Stronger communities is our programme to support communities to play a greater role in the delivery of services in the county.

A community directory with information for adults, children, families, young people, parents, carers and professionals working with them.

The Howardian Hills AONB covers 204 sq km (79 sq miles) of the North Yorkshire countryside, nestled between the North York Moors National Park, the Yorkshire Wolds and the Vale of York

Through the community area of our website, we aim to bring together information that is most relevant to individuals, families, groups and organisations based in and around the National Park. We also hope to celebrate our local heritage, traditions and skills, and crafts.

Improving access to key services for Eastern European migrants in the Scarborough and Ryedale area.

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