Skipton Food Bank has received its first-ever grant of £19,000 from Craven District Council.
Craven Swimming Pool and Fitness Centre
Craven Swimming Pool and Fitness Centre have a range of leisure and fitness activities whatever your age, ability or experience.
Council Tax levels, Council Tax discounts and exemptions, and the Council Tax support scheme
Recycling, Rubbish and Waste
Information and advice on our kerbside collection schemes for recycling, garden wastes, household refuse collections including how to dispose of bulky items and commercial waste collections.
Parking in Skipton
Details and charges for the Council's car parks in Skipton.
Pollution Control - Nuisances
Craven District Council deals with a wide range of commercial and domestic nuisances.
There are currently two vacancies at Craven District Council.
What's on in Craven
Saturdays - Skipton parkrun
A FREE 5km run for all ages and abilities. Every Saturday at 9am.
25/04/2014 A celebration of the music of Simon & Garfunkel
Professional singer/songwriters Tim Chu and Ian Bailey will be performing classic songs of Simon & Garfunkel at Skipton Town Hall
27/04/2013 Wedding Fair
Skipton Town Hall will be holding its first Wedding Fair of 2014 on Sunday 27th April. This must-attend event is FREE and future brides, grooms and their guests will receive a complimentary goody bag.
More Craven Events
Looking for things to do on a rainy day, sunny day or holiday in the Yorkshire Dales, Skipton, Settle and beyond? Search the events on the Craven Events website.
08/04/2014 - Skipton's Big Night Out on 16th May
Skipton is gearing up for its first 'Big Night Out' next month. It will be no ordinary night out and follows the success of towns and cities across the UK in celebrating 'Museums at Night' weekends in a big way.
08/04/2014 - Event organisers urged to check licensing requirements
The Licensing Committee has been informed that a number of events are planned in Craven to celebrate the Grand Depart. All event organisers must ensure that they have a licence in place for any licensable activities and are encouraged to make their application as soon as possible.
Current news from Craven District Council and a press release archive.
Craven Herald News
A health boss has come under fire for plans to axe a ward for dementia patients at Airedale Hospital and shift it 14 miles to Bradford.
A quarter of a century ago the news that the scenic Settle-Carlisle railway line had been saved from closure was broken by the then Public Transport Minister, Michael Portillo. The next day he travelled to Ribblehead, where he was interviewed about the announcement by reporter Andrew Hitchon, who is now editor of the Craven Herald. The two met again at the 25th anniversary celebrations of the line’s reprieve and rebirth.
A Craven primary school could be closed by the end of the summer – despite strong opposition from the local community.