It’s been a busy summer here in Nidderdale. If you would like to keep up to date with what Nidderdale Plus has been doing, or what is in the pipeline you can now read our current newsletter.
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Summer 2014 Newsletter
Nidderdale Plus is looking to recruit a Business Administration apprentice to help with services in the office at the Old Workhouse, Pateley Bridge…Click here for more information.
The North Yorkshire Fire service are continuing to recruit new retained officers in Nidderdale…Click here for more information.
Amvoc is seeking a highly driven, enthusiastic individual to join their telemarketing team…Click here for more information.
Nidderdale High School is looking for three part-time cleaning assistants to join their team. Closing date: 15.08.14…Click here for more information.
Nidderdale Plus is delighted to work with volunteers who bring their skills to our office at the Old Workhouse, such as customer service skills, social media, IT and admin. If you are able to volunteer some of your time to support the work of Nidderdale Plus then please get in touch with us via our contact form, telephone or simply drop-in to the Nidderdale Plus, Old Workhouse office.
Photo shows the Nidderdale Plus team, including Rochelle Wilson, Kay Sheard, Katy Penn and Tom Barber – if you’d be interested in volunteering in our community office, giving advice and information to members of the public and undertaking admin tasks around the office, please get in touch! Contact Rochelle on 01423 714953.
To celebrate the designation of Nidderdale as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty back in 1996, a group of people from Kirkby Malzeard – who christened themselves the “Crackpots” – devised a seven mile trail around Dallowgill marked out by 22 mosaic panels.
During 2013, a grant from Nidderdale Plus was used to help restore the mosaics, which depict features, flora and fauna that can be found along the route , back to their former glory.
Each mosaic is located in a strategic position and, over the past 17 years, thousands of people, in particular tourists and families, have loved following the trail.
Thanks to Nidderdale Plus the group have been able to purchase cleaning materials, grout and spare tiles. A team of volunteers are now restoring each of the 22 mosaics back to their former glory.
Nidderdale Plus aims to support community groups and businesses in the Nidderdale area and creativity, particularly inspired by this beautiful landscape, is important to many who live and work here. Thanks to these grants we have been able to support 16 individuals and groups with funding to continue their creative activities.
The Crackpots project celebrates Nidderdale and draws people to the area. When they approached us for a grant we had no hesitation in supporting it.