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Richmond's MayFest is set to become an annual event following the resounding success of the first festival over the recent bank holiday weekend.
In recent months we’ve welcomed several new businesses to Richmond, all adding to the vibrant mix of independent retail and refreshments. In these post-pandemic times it’s important to support local businesses and entrepreneurs. In a...
As well as beautiful scenery and historic buildings, we’re blessed with fabulous cultural attractions, all in or around the market-place.
As well as Richmond Castle, looked after by English Heritage, there are three independent museums...
We’re the original Richmond! Well, it’s an enduringly popular claim, so we’re sticking to it.
People have lived here since well before 1066 and the Norman Conquest, but it was the French invaders who really put the town on...
It’s easy to get your bearings in Richmond, there’s the large cobbled market place and the river to help orientate yourself. The ‘mond’ part of the town’s name refers to our commanding position on a hill, so if you...
As well as getting reduced entry to Richmond attractions, Richmond Town Ticket also serves up a tasty discount at six great eateries.
You’ll get 10% off your bill at Tasty Macs, The Black Lion Hotel and Rustique in Finkle Street,...
Charity Coffee Morning
Venue: Richmond (Yorks) Golf Club. Bend Hagg. DL10 5EX
Time: 10.30am - 12.30pm
Charity Coffee Morning in aid of the Butterwick Hospice and Toilet Twinning.
Cake Stall, raffle, gift stalls.
Car parking available.
New businesses spring up
Open Garden for St Teresa's Hospice
Friday 6th and Saturday 7th May 2022 - 11am to 5pm
In recent months we’ve welcomed several new businesses to Richmond, all adding to the vibrant mix of independent retail and refreshments. In these post-pandemic times it’s important to support local businesses and entrepreneurs. In a market town like ours, their flair, energy and downright optimism creates a real buzz.
Happiness is being in Richmond, North Yorkshire.
Statement of fact. Must be true, it’s written on your mug!
Featuring a perky pheasant against a rich russet background and supplied gift boxed.