The festive market has been popular since it was launched in 2012 but last weekend saw a 25 per cent increase in visitors on last year, with a total of 75,000 people passing through. Passengers on 145 coaches from all over the UK came to see the offerings from some 200 varied stalls, and the feedback from everyone has been ‘fantastic’. Main Organiser, Brian Dunsby said: “The weather was better than last year which helped.
In addition, the hospital’s Special Care Baby Unit (SCBU) has become the second in the whole of the UK to be awarded Unicef Baby Friendly Accreditation. This combination of both a Gold award for Maternity and full accreditation for SCBU is the first of its kind in the whole of the UK. Harrogate’s Maternity Unit has held full Unicef Baby Friendly Accreditation since 2002, with the Gold Award – set up in November 2016 – requiring extra work and development to further enhance standards of care.
A shopper at the Harrogate Christmas Market was left in tears of happiness and when her partner proposed after 'weeks' of preparations. Helen Storey and Paul Finch had come down from Newcastle to do some Christmas shopping at the Harrogate Christmas Market today, November 17. But Helen had no idea the surprise that was to come this afternoon at 4.30pm, when Paul requested that a busker at the market play one of the couple's favourite songs - Shut Up and Dance by Walk The Moon.
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Selecting a term
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Hashtags (e.g. #sxsw, #london2012)
Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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