It's been a long wait but No Time To Die will finally burst into town on 30th September. Daniel Craig has vowed it will be his last Bond appearance so it's no surprise tickets are selling fast. Make sure you don't miss out by rushing down to Richmond Station Cinema. Alternatively, settle down with a shaken-not-stirred drink and order online http://www.stationcinema.com/ . There's no time like the present.
Learn how to reduce the carbon footprint of your household, and save money!
Richmond's first Eco-festival’ next Saturday will see members of the Richmondshire Climate Action Partnership promoting green living. There will be practical advice on air-source heat pumps and solar panels, recycling tips from Richmond Recycling and North Yorkshire Rotters, and feedback on the very successful Newton-le-Willows eco project. Electric cars and bikes will be on display, and children can enjoy arts activities with Hayley Coates.
The Eco-festival is in Richmond Methodist Church Hall on 2 October. Drop in at any time from 10:00 until 15:00. Admission is free.
Imagine yourself as a peasant, 950 years ago, scraping a living off the land and minding your own business, when these three chaps - and thousands more like them - suddenly appear and start building a castle in your back yard...
Richmond Castle will be the scene of a fabulous two-day long Norman re-enactment this weekend, 25 and 26 September. Learn what it was like to live with the invaders. Lift a sword! Try on a hauberk! Taste the foods that the Normans brought with them, and watch the soldiers as they roar and clash in their training sessions! Conquest Living History is Britain's premier Norman re-enactment society, and often features on TV and in films.
Visitors can book tickets for this unmissable event at this English Heritage web-page.
Local residents with a DL10 or DL9 postcode will be allowed free entry, but do need to book with a special pass-code and show proof of residence, as described on the booking page.
Baroness (Brenda) Hale of Richmond was Lauren Laverne's guest on today's Desert Island Discs. Recently President of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom, Yorkshire-born Lady Hale was involved in some monumental judgments, but is perhaps equally well know for her flamboyant taste in brooches (see photo) - hence the nickname 'Spiderwoman' .
What eight tracks did this Richmond resident choose to take to her desert island..? Listen Again on the BBC site to find out!
Autumn may be creeping in but there's still time to enjoy an open air event in Richmond's stunning Market Place. On Saturday 18th Sept Time Will Tell Theatre will entertain you with tales of Richmond Castle and its quirky inhabitants. Of course, some of these stories may sound unreal. Was it really like that? You decide! This is a free event and takes place below the clock tower in the Market Place so there's plenty of room for everyone. Performances begin at 12.30, 14.00 & 15.00 .
The Friary Gardens is the venue for good music during September. Come listen to the Leyburn Band on Sunday, 12th September and local folk group Fourum on Sunday, 26th September. Both concerts are free and start at 2pm. Bring a picnic and enjoy these local musicians!