We've got three give-away copies of this lovely book by local author Sally Coulthard! Answer one simple question, and a hardback copy worth £20 could be winging its way to you!
Here's the entry form: richmondinfo.net/barn
Richmond Town Council's new video was launched last Monday. Produced by local company, Trimble Productions, it showcases independent businesses in the town.
Independents thrive in Richmond, with over 100 retailers, cafes, restaurants and pubs offering a unique blend
of welcoming, personal attention in a historic market town setting. Locally sourced produce, hand-made goods and individual products make shopping in Richmond a little out of the ordinary.
The initiative has been enabled and supported by the Welcome Back Fund, the European Regional Development Fund and Richmondshire District Council. Click to watch and to enjoy the sights of our town!
...and most of the attractions in Richmond are closed, or open only at weekends. But not the Green Howards Museum, which is still open Monday to Saturday, 10:00 to 16.30, until 18 December. Two fascinating exhibitions will be on view - Treasures in Store and Christmas with the Troops - as well as the Museum's permanent exhibition of matters military.
The Museum Shop will remain open til 23 December.
The Museum itself will re-open on Tuesday 1 February with a brand new exhibition, Man of Mystery: the lives of John Purvis. Teacher, soldier, archivist, artist (see accompanying sketch) and reluctant war poet, this extraordinary Yorkshireman was interested in just about everything.
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