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Christmas fundraising success

We’re delighted to announce our Christmas fundraising success for Cancer Research UK this year! We want to say a big thank you to everyone who bought a raffle ticket and came along to the Easingwold Christmas Fair. We couldn’t have done it without you. Over the years, the Easingwold Friends of Cancer Research UK have […]

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Hearts will be open till 7pm on a Thursdays!

To help everyone with their Christmas shopping Hearts are opening late every Thursday night in December on the run up to Christmas! Gift wrapping, and refreshments will be available! Please click on this link to see the late night poster

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Easingwold Christmas

Wold Class Christmas

After a fantastic Bonfire Night celebration, we’re now fully in Christmas mode. We can’t wait for mince pies and mulled wine and all the fun the season brings. We might even get to see Easingwold in the snow for a second time this year. This December, the Wold Class businesses of Easingwold are joining together […]

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Doggy Doos Salon Annual Charity Fun Dog Show 2018

Doggy Doos Salon held their Annual Charity Fun Dog Show a little earlier this year to coincide with the anniversary of the rescue of 32 Lhasa Apso dogs from the same household in West Yorkshire. This year it was a Fun Dog Show and Teddy’s Picnic (Teddy was one of the 32) and some of […]

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Easingwold DIY is on the move…..

Easingwold DIY is on the move….we will be closing the doors to our Chapel Street shop (pictured above) on Saturday 31 March at 2pm and we will be proudly opening our new (freshly painted!!) doors on Monday 9 April at 10am. Easingwold DIY will not be moving far and can be found at 2 Tylers […]

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Easingwold's war memorial in the snow

Easingwold in the snow

Easingwold’s beautiful all year round, but cover with a blanket of snow and it’s suddenly transformed into a winter wonderland. Whilst the Beast from the East served up trouble for motorists, the elderly, local schools and public transport, it’s fair to say the upside of the February 2018 Storm Emma, drifting in from Siberia, was […]

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Easingwold Cycle Sportive – Bike for Bailey

Sunday 6th August, 2017 Paul Smith, who organises the Easingwold Cycle Sportive, has added a more poignant dimension to the ride this year and the whole of Easingwold is invited to support a fantastic event for the town and for Paul’s grandson, Bailey. Bailey was born with cerebral palsy. Now eight years old, his family […]

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Easingwold in bloom

It’s bloomin’ marvellous in Easingwold

Easingwold is fabulous all year round but really comes into its own in Spring and Summer when the cherry trees in the Market Place are covered in blossom, and there are flower arrangements galore.

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