Harrogate

Barber51Visit the website here

Business: Barber51

Location: 51 Hookstone Rd, Harrogate HG2 8BT

Phone: 01423 874074

Description :

Barbers Shop



BootsVisit the website here

Business: Boots

Location: 4, Saint James Retail Park, Grimbald Crag Way, Knaresborough HG5 8PZ

Phone: 01423 860197

Description :

Chemists in Knaresborough



ConniveVisit the website here

Business: Connive

Location: 2 Leyland Crescent, HG1 4RX

Phone: 07843 283688

Description :

Find details at https://www.facebook.com/ConniveUK/



CQC update for primary medical and dental servicesVisit the website here

Business: CQC update for primary medical and dental services

Location: UK

Phone: CQC queries: 03330 706 161

Description :

COVID-19 Update - 2 October

 The regular update for providers and professionals working in healthcare services, sharing the latest guidance on COVID-19 and CQC's approach during this period.

 The world of health and social care is changing. So are we? As part of how we're developing our next strategy, we have set out our latest thinking on a range of key areas. This document is a product of our engagement so far and presents emerging themes that we want to explore and refine ahead of a formal consultation in January. In a new blog, Care Quality Commission Chief Executive, Ian Trenholm, discusses how what we've heard so far has influenced our future strategy, and sets out how you can share your views.

Read the document on our digital participation platform. Provider collaboration in urgent and emergency care

Our provider collaboration reviews (PCRs) explore how systems have worked to meet the challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic. The first 11 reviews focused on health and social care services for the over-65 population.

The next phase will focus on urgent and emergency care in eight systems. We will look at how providers are working together to deliver urgent and emergency care services in light of coronavirus, to share learning to support with the challenges of a second peak, and winter pressures on the health and care system.

For each review, we will interview a range of providers, including ambulance services, Accident & Emergency, NHS 111 as well as providers likely to experience urgent and emergency care services such as care homes and domiciliary care agencies.

Visit our website for more information.

 Regulating during the next phase of the coronavirus pandemic

Our Chief Inspectors, and Deputy Chief Inspector and lead for mental health services, have issued a joint statement setting out how we will regulate during the next phase of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

From 6 October, we will begin to roll out our transitional regulatory approach, starting with adult social care and dental services.

Our transitional regulatory approach is flexible and builds on what we learned during the height of the pandemic. The key components are:

•             A strengthened approach to monitoring, with clear areas of focus based on existing Key Lines of Enquiry (KLOEs), to enable us to continually monitor risk in a service

•             Use of technology and our local relationships to have better direct contact with people who are using services, their families and staff in services

•             Inspection activity that is more targeted and focused on where we have concerns, without returning to a routine programme of planned inspections.

We will continue to adapt our transitional regulatory approach and remain responsive as the situation changes. We’ll also be considering longer-term changes to how we regulate, which we’ll explore through engagement on our future strategy.

We will keep you updated on how and when the approach will be rolled out in NHS trusts and independent health through future editions of this bulletin.

Read the full statement on our website. Latest COVID-19 Insight report published In our latest COVID-19 Insight report, we focus on infection prevention and control (IPC) in different health and care settings. We share good practice from acute hospitals around establishing IPC teams, personal protection equipment, and the ways hospitals have supported patients and visitors.

The report also shares emerging findings of the first phase of provider collaboration reviews. The reviews focused on care for people aged 65 and over, who are more at risk from coronavirus. We share examples of the way different places shared learning, how staff were protected, the way workforce capacity was managed, and how digital solutions were helpful in protecting and supporting people.

Read the COVID-19 Insight report on our website. Employment checks and training in the independent sector We have issued updates setting out our position on:

•             employment checks of doctors prior to working for an independent provider as part of a postgraduate trainee programme

•             updated guidance on fast-track practising privileges for consultants.

Visit our website for more information.

 Coronavirus (COVID-19): Changes to Mental Health Act (MHA) interim methodology

Now that most of the national restrictions put in place in response to the COVID-19 pandemic are easing, we have reviewed our interim methodology for MHA monitoring visits.

As a result, we may carry out more targeted site visits to:

•             help support our interim MHA monitoring

•             speak with people that we haven't been able to talk to by phone or video call

•             review ward environments

We will always consider any local restrictions before planning a site visit and will aim to be on-site for as little time as possible. Our priority is to ensure the safety of people using services, staff in services and our MHA reviewers. We are therefore taking the following measures:

•             Thorough risk assessments ahead of all site visits

•             Provision of PPE for colleagues undertaking on-site activity, and training in how to don and doff PPE correctly

•             Training in infection prevention and control

Where possible, our MHA reviewers will speak with providers to arrange their visit, but, in some cases, our visits may be unannounced.

Read the full update.

 Updated brief guide for inspectors on long-term segregation

We have updated our brief guide for inspectors on long-term segregation following our thematic review of restraint, seclusion and segregation and a programme of Independent Care Education and Treatment Reviews (ICETRs). These have found that some people with a learning disability or autism who are being cared for separately in hospitals did not have their situation recognised as long-term segregation and as a result, they aren’t being protected by the Mental Health Act (MHA) Code of practice.

Read the brief guide. -  Listen to our podcast

In the most recent episode of our podcast CQC Connect we talk about promoting safe care for people, what this could mean for our strategy and the work CQC does.

Listen via Soundcloud or your favourite podcast provider and subscribe to hear the latest episodes first.

In a future miniseries, we will be looking at emergency care through the lens of coronavirus. We’ll talk about what the challenges have been; share learning and innovation; and hear from clinicians who have been on the front line Workforce Race Equality Standard 2020

We are pleased to publish our Workforce Race Equality Standard (WRES) report for 2020.

This is our fourth year of reporting on the experiences of BME staff to ensure equal access to career opportunities and fair treatment in the workplace.

We still have lots of work to do in other areas such as ensuring BME representation at senior levels and reducing the gap in bullying and harassment. We will be developing a robust action plan with the Race Equality Network and other colleagues to raise and accelerate our ambition in achieving a fair and inclusive workplace.

Visit our website for more information.

 MHRA mark World Patient Safety Day

The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) marked World Patient Safety Day with a campaign featuring stories from patients and healthcare professionals who have reported side effects or concerns involving medical products to the Yellow Card scheme.

You can get involved and help spread the word by sharing their materials, available here. 

 NHS and social care coronavirus life assurance scheme 2020

The Government has launched a life assurance scheme for frontline health and social care staff who contract coronavirus during their work.

The scheme pays a £60,000 lump sum where staff die as a result of coronavirus and had been recently working in frontline roles and locations where personal care is provided to individuals who have contracted coronavirus. 

The scheme is administered by the NHS Business Services Authority (NHS BSA). Further information on how to make a claim can be found on the NHS BSA website.

If you have any questions about the claims process, please contact the NHS BSA helpline on 0300 330 3331.

All CQC offices are closed

Please do not send post - visit our website for details on how to contact us.

 Useful guidance and updates

•             CQC has made changes to the Mental Health Act complaints process

•             The Health and Safety Executive has guidance on legionella risks during the coronavirus outbreak and on safe water management in healthcare premises

•             We have updated our equality and human rights impact assessments

•             We have published guidance on working within the Mental Capacity Act during the coronavirus pandemic

•             The British Psychological Society has issued guidance on meeting the psychological needs of people with learning disabilities and their carers

•             The Central Alerting System (CAS) is an online cascading system for issuing patient safety alerts, important public health messages and other safety critical information and guidance to the NHS and others, including independent providers of health and social care. Providers can register to receive these alerts through the MHRA website

•             Guidance on the exemption from health charges for care and treatment of COVID-19

•             Updated interim guidance on DBS and other recruitment checks

•             Free mindfulness resources for health and care staff

•             Managing a fall that may require an ambulance during the COVID-19 pandemic

•             Guidance clarifying existing practice for verifying deaths outside of hospitals and providing a framework for safe verification of death

•             CQC guidance for providers delivering antibody tests or blood tests

•             DHSC guidance for care staff supporting adults with learning disabilities and autistic adults during COVID-19.

•             The Health and Safety Executive has published guidance on RIDDOR reporting of COVID-19

•             The Nursing and Midwifery Council has an area on their website dedicated to information about COVID-19

•             Community health services standard operating procedure (SOP)

•             Guidance on working under Ionising Radiation (Medical Exposure) Regulations (IR(ME)R)

•             Guidance for ambulance trusts

•             NICE COVID-19 rapid guidelines

•             Advice and information on looking after your mental health and wellbeing during the coronavirus outbreak from NHS England and the Mental Health Foundation

•             Investigation and initial clinical management of possible cases

•             Letters for providers and professionals from NHS England/Improvement

•             Guidance for health professionals

 

Accessibility resources to help you communicate about COVID-19

•             Guidelines for organisations booking communication professionals in healthcare settings during COVID-19

•             Beyond Words is providing free picture stories and illustrated guides to support people with learning disabilities and autism through the coronavirus pandemic

•             Imperial College London, in partnership with the BME Health Forum and the North West London Clinical Commissioning Groups have produced a series of videos aimed at encouraging people to continue to use health services if they are unwell. They are available in English, Arabic, Farsi, Kurdish and Sylheti.

•             Resources from Learning Disability England

•             Signhealth has made their InterpreterNow remote BSL interpretation service available for free across all healthcare services

•             Signhealth is providing videos of summaries of key coronavirus guidance in BSL

•             Public Health England stay at home guidance, translated and in easy read

•             NHS guidelines translated into up to 50 languages by Doctors of the World and find video advice here

•             Easy read information on COVID-19 from Mencap

•             Public Health England resources in accessible formats

•             COVID-19 guidance for providers of services for people experiencing rough sleeping

•             The handwashing rap, produced to help people who have a learning disability



Excel Financial Services LtdVisit the website here

Business: Excel Financial Services Ltd

Location: Unit 2a Stoneacre, Grimbald Crag Close, Knaresborough HG5 8PJ

Phone: 01423 225990

Description :

Financial Planners in Knaresborough



Fulton Lodge Sheltered Accommodation - Sanctuary Housing AssociationVisit the website here

Business: Fulton Lodge Sheltered Accommodation - Sanctuary Housing Association

Location: Grantley Pl, Harrogate HG3 2UT

Phone: 0800 131 3348

Description :

We want all our residents to feel comfortable in their homes, make the most of their tenancies and be proud of where they live. 



HAPS (Harrogate Autism Parent Support)Visit the website here

Business: HAPS (Harrogate Autism Parent Support)

Location: Harrogate

Phone: 01423 541019

Description :

A friendly relaxed group where Parents and Carers of children on the Autistic Spectrum can meet and chat.



Harrogate Food & Drink CompanyVisit the website here

Business: Harrogate Food & Drink Company

Location: 14 Primrose Dr, Ripon HG4 1EY

Phone: 07828 880792

Description :

See website for details



Harrogate GuideVisit the website here

Business: Harrogate Guide

Location: Harrogate Guide

Phone: 01423 206910

Description :

What prompted me to publish the Harrogate guide, is that I was unable to find a complete guide to everything available in Harrogate on one site. I was retired and having had a very successful business life including many top websites I became bored so I decided to make a Complete Guide to Harrogate, one that would encompass everything anybody wanted whilst in Harrogate and Districts. Hopefully then we will have the largest guide to Harrogate, Knaresborough, Pateley Bridge and Ripon available all in one place.



Harrogate Rambling ClubVisit the website here

Business: Harrogate Rambling Club

Location: Harrogate

Phone: https://harrogateramblingclub.org.uk/contact-us/

Description :

The Harrogate Rambling Club offers walks in the beautiful dales and moors of North Yorkshire. Come and join us for great walks in good company.



Harrogate WaxingVisit the website here

Business: Harrogate Waxing

Location: 24 W Lea Ave, Harrogate HG2 0AT

Phone: 07511 637060

Description :

Would you like to enjoy weeks of beautifully smooth, hair-free skin without constant shaving and the scratchy stubble and painful rashes that it can bring?  Well, that's where I come in.

I'm a waxing expert, it's all I do, so you'll get a brilliant wax. Here's the extra difference. I'm also a qualified customer service trainer, so I'm great at putting people at ease. Really important when you're coming for an intimate wax (which I know can be a bit scary).



Harrogate WaxingVisit the website here

Business: Harrogate Waxing

Location: 24 W Lea Ave, Harrogate HG2 0AT

Phone: 07511 637060

Description :

Would you like to enjoy weeks of beautifully smooth, hair-free skin without constant shaving and the scratchy stubble and painful rashes that it can bring?  Well, that's where I come in.

I'm a waxing expert, it's all I do, so you'll get a brilliant wax. Here's the extra difference. I'm also a qualified customer service trainer, so I'm great at putting people at ease. Really important when you're coming for an intimate wax (which I know can be a bit scary).




Masham Branch Surgery

Business: Masham Branch Surgery

Location: Market Square Masham Ripon North Yorkshire HG4 4DZ

Phone: 01765689317

Description :

GP Surgery in Masham



Millennium Window Systems LtdVisit the website here

Business: Millennium Window Systems Ltd

Location: 2 Ure Bank Maltings, Ure Bank Top, Ripon HG4 1AE

Phone: 01765 606054

Description :

Garage Door Supplier in Ripon



MoPo GiftsVisit the website here

Business: MoPo Gifts

Location: Stonefall Avenue Harrogate HG2 7NS

Phone: 07751234922

Description :

Gifts in Harrogate

 



Nantodd holiday cottageVisit the website here

Business: Nantodd holiday cottage

Location: Bishop Monkton, North Yorkshire

Phone: 01765 677588

Description :

Nantodd self catering holiday cottage is situated in the picturesque village of Bishop Monkton on a smallholding at the rear of Orchard House. Ripon is 3 miles away and Harrogate 11 miles.The cottage has two bedrooms; one twin and one double/twin and an upstairs bathroom. Downstairs there is a shower room, utility room with washing machine and dishwasher, a fully fitted kitchen with breakfast bar and spacious open plan dining area and sitting room with underfloor heating, there is a double sofa bed for extra guests, Freeview TV, music system and free WiFi.



North Yorkshire StocktakingVisit the website here

Business: North Yorkshire Stocktaking

Location: Ripon

Phone: 07710541253

Description :

Stocktakers in Ripon



Sid Horner & SonVisit the website here

Business: Sid Horner & Son

Location: 67 High St, Knaresborough HG5 0HB

Phone: 01423 862369

Description :

General Printers



Storehouse Bar & EateryVisit the website here

Business: Storehouse Bar & Eatery

Location: 83 North St, Ripon HG4 1DP

Phone: 01765 604856

Description :

See reviews at https://www.facebook.com/Storehouseripon/



Stray RadioVisit the website here

Business: Stray Radio

Description :

Stray FM is an Independent Local Radio station broadcasting to the western half of North Yorkshire, England. The original licence covered the towns of Harrogate and Ripon and the surrounding areas.[1]. From 1 February 2012 the station expanded to cover the Yorkshire Dales. It is owned by UKRD. The format is currently "A tuneful music led station, for Harrogate and the surrounding area, highly focussed on local news and issues". In my opinion it is definitely the best local radio station I have come across in the North of England. Wonderful Presenters - Fantastic up to date Local News - Excellent Traffic News (possibly the best in the UK)

Local News Link
Traffic and Travel Link


Take it PhotographyVisit the website here

Business: Take it Photography

Location: 17 The Chase, Knaresborough HG5 0SY

Phone: 07765 586735

Description :

Take it Photography are national theatre and dance schools photographers.  We cover everything from a small presentation to a full theatre production.  As specialists, we understand how important it is to ensure that our attendance at your performance does not impact on rehearsal time.  We work very much in the background but without compromising on the quality of the photography that we provide.  



The Golden LionVisit the website here

Business: The Golden Lion

Location: 69-70 Allhallowgate, Ripon HG4 1LE

Phone: 01765 602598

Description :

We serve a menu of traditional pub food well done, all our food is freshly cooked to order by our experienced kitchen team, please have a look at our menu



The Operatic HallVisit the website here

Business: The Operatic Hall

Location: 49 Allhallowgate, Ripon HG4 1LQ

Description :

See website for details



Time TogetherVisit the website here

Business: Time Together

Location: Harrogate

Description :

Time Together provides bespoke support for people with Autism, Asperger's and additional needs. We enable people to access services such as education, leisure, work and health appointments and to participate in community activities of their choice. Our social hub helps vulnerable people to build confidence, self esteem and friendships whilst allowing families and carers to take breaks from their caring responsibilities.



Town AFCVisit the website here

Business: Town AFC

Location: CNG STADIUM, HARROGATE, NORTH YORKSHIRE, HG2 7SA

Phone: 01423 210600

Description :

The details below have been researched both online and from the clubs site at https://www.harrogatetownafc.com/

THE CLUB

ABOUT HARROGATE TOWN AFC

At Harrogate Town Football Club we pride ourselves on providing authentic and passionate football. The CNG Stadium boasts outstanding facilities, capable of providing a top flight experience for fans, families and even first time match goers.

 

We are a club who place family values at the heart of everything we do and are dedicated to providing exciting football in a safe and enjoyable environment.

Beyond the first team, we are a club at the heart of the community. Our Community Foundation has gone from strength to strength in recent years and has now achieved Charity status, with initiatives such as walking football and sporting memories involving local residents from a range of ages and backgrounds.

we are delighted to announce Season Ticket Prices have been frozen for the 2020/21 season.

Furthermore, U18 Season Ticket prices have been reduced from last season’s prices with a standing ticket now available for just £50 and seated ticket for £75.



With a capacity of over 5,000 for the first time in our history, there has never been a better time to secure your place at The CNG Stadium.

“It has been a very difficult time for everyone and the frustration of the season being brought to a premature end when we were in the chase for a top spot finish pulled the rug from under everyone, players, supporters and staff” added Simon Weaver.

“Over the last 12 weeks the club business has continued and that has involved preparations for the new campaign. Part of that work involved ticket pricing. I am really pleased that, together with the Directors, we decided to freeze the prices for next season whether we are playing our football in the National League or the EFL.”

“The players and I wanted supporters to know how much we count on your following, we wanted to say thank you at this difficult time. We look forward to seeing you all at the ground in the near future.”

Supporters will again have the option to pay for their 2020/21 Season Ticket across instalments prior to the season, making watching Town next season more manageable and affordable.

Anyone purchasing a seated Season Ticket will also have the opportunity to reserve their seat in advance in our newly build Main Stand to guarantee the best view in the house for the season ahead.

Our new Main Stand also allows us to offer a limited number of padded seats close to the halfway line, available at an additional £50 per seat on a first come, first served basis.

A full breakdown of 2020/21’s Season Ticket prices can be seen below…

Renewal prices for existing Season Ticket Holders…

  • Adult Standing £269
  • Adult Seated £294
  • Concession Standing £189
  • Concession Seated £214
  • U18 Standing £50
  • U18 Seated £75
  • Adult + U18 Standing £299
  • Adult + U18 Seated £339
  • Concession + U18 Standing £219
  • Concession + U18 Seated £259

Prices for new Season Ticket Holders…

  • Adult Standing £289
  • Adult Seated £314
  • Concession Standing £204
  • Concession Seated £229
  • U18 Standing £50
  • U18 Seated £75
  • Adult + U18 Standing £329
  • Adult + U18 Seated £369
  • Concession + U18 Standing £249
  • Concession + U18 Seated £299

Season Ticket Holders will have a priority purchase period in early August – further details on how to obtain Season Tickets will follow after the conclusion of the Play-Offs.

As well as access to every home league fixture, a 2020/21 Season Ticket comes with a range of added benefits including, but not limited to…

  • Access to exclusive #MyTownPass area of harrogatetownafc.com
  • 10% off club merchandise
  • Discounts at selected local businesses
  • Priority purchase of cup tickets
  • Free entry to all home youth and ladies fixtures
  • Designated turnstile for Season Ticket holders



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Wacky Warehouse - Squinting Cat

Business: Wacky Warehouse - Squinting Cat

Location: Lund House Green Pannal Ash Harrogate HG3 1QF

Phone: 01423 565650

Description :

Childrens play centre in Harrogate