In one of his last official duties, the outgoing Lord Mayor of York, Coun David Horton, presented a commemorative certificate to Philip Noble to celebrate the sponsoring of the 100th stone of Fishergate Postern Tower.
It was accompanied by an afternoon tea and a tour of the Mansion House.… Click here to read more
The Friends of York Walls are continuing to work towards the restoration, and ultimate opening, of Fishergate Postern Tower as a community / visitor centre.
Mass Architecture (based at Kings Court, The Shambles, York) are working with The Friends on detailed proposals to refurbish the inside of the tower to include exhibition areas, meeting areas and a small café.… Click here to read more
The Friends of York Walls would like to invite you to take part in the 2012 Friends of York Walls Photo Competition. Entitled “A Year in the life of York Walls” , the theme is open to individual interpretation but entries must have the Defences of York at their heart.… Click here to read more
Take eight intrepid staff and volunteers from YAC and the CBA, add in Roman tunics, helmets, spears, shields, swords, a standard and a replica Roman trumpet and you have a crack Roman unit, otherwise known as a contubernium, ready to conquer six laps of York’s City Walls in aid of the Dig Deep for YAC campaign! … Click here to read more
Photographs from the Inspection of Cliffords Tower by the Lord Mayor and Sheriff held on 23rd June 2011.
Many thanks to Carr Junior, Fishergate Primary and St Georges Schools, to the staff at Cliffords Tower, English Heritage and students from York University for providing the music.… Click here to read more
A symbolic flag-waving walk to celebrate St. George, the patron Saint of England, took place today Saturday 23rd April at 10.30am from Fishergate Postern to Walmgate Bar.