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Also referred to as a “Cathedral city of York” or the head city of Yorkshire. York sits on the confluence of rivers Ouse and Foss.
The city is famous for a minster, a castle and ancient Roman city walls.
The city was founded by the Romans in 71 AD and was the jewel in their Roman provincial crown.
Later in the Middle Ages York became a major wool trading centre as well as being the capital for the Church of England – a title it retains today.
The nineteenth century saw York become a rail network hub and leading confectionery manufacturing centre. The population is estimated at 210,618 at a last count in 2019.
York is also said to be the most haunted city in the UK.
Major economy in York is based around its Service sector, in 2000 88.7% were employed by the service industry.
Mid 2020 a report came out stating that York was worth £5.2 billion to the UK economy and had 9,000 businesses operating inside it employing 110,000 people across the city.
The service industry here includes areas in health, education, finance, information technology, and tourism.
Not only does York have that industry but Tourism too, this industry’s worth in York is estimated at £765 million to the city, employing 24,000 people and attracting 8.4 million visitors each year.
As tourism is a key part of the local economy it’s worth noting that by 1968 helped along by The University of York that was built and opened in 1963, the arrival of The National Railway Museum in 1975, the Jorvik Viking Centre in 1984, and the York Dungeon in 1986 all added to the prosperity in this sector.
March 2012 saw York’s Chocolate Story open further adding to this income.
Employment rate is high in this city with 78.8% of the population in 2018 working. Biggest employer is the City of York Council with over 7,500 employees.
Others major employers in the city are Aviva, Network Rail, York Hospitals NHS Trust, BT Group, CPP Group, Nestle, NFU Mutual, and the University of York.
Areas that are seen to be developing in York are that of science, technology, and creative industries.
Kodypay is a Fintech company based in York which originally was started by its young founders.
Kodypay offers a payment platform for businesses allowing them to transact with their customers across many types of payment platforms with speed and ease. Costs are mainly reduced by removing the need for receipt printers.
York’s Department of Computer Science also boasts market leading research and technology platforms for their Students. They work closely with employers such as IBM, Rolls-Royce, BAE and Thales Underwater Systems with their technology and student employment placements.
They were voted 4th in the top 10 UK Department of Computer Sciences for students by the Guardian with students gaining employment within 6 months from graduating.
The local newspapers are The Press and The York Advertiser. There are three local stations, Greatest Hits Radio, Vale Radio and BBC Radio York.
An online news centre YorkMix was nominated for awards at the O2 Media Awards for Yorkshire and the Humber. The York Channel, a local TV station aired in 2015.
The University of York has two campus newspapers, Nouse and York Vision as well as URY the universities own radio station.
Notable celebrities and personalities from York are:
Tourism became a major entity to the city in 1968 and because of that it was declared a conservation area. Tourism is a big part of York, and it was voted European Tourism City of the Year in 2007 beating 130 other European cities to the first place.
Conde Nast Traveller awarded the city safest place to visit in 2010 and more recently in 2018 The Sunday Times deemed York overall best place to live as it’s perfect mix of heritage and hi-tech mini metropolis is ideal for all visitors.
Attractions such as York Minster, which is a dominant Gothic building in the city, York Castle Museum (which used to be a prison), the city’s medieval walls are major contributors to the history of the city which in turn brings in the visitors.
The Coppergate Shopping Centre opened in 2018 to add to lots of other retail spaces for the keen shopper.
Amongst them are Monk Cross Shopping Park, York Designer Outlet, and Vanguard Shopping Park.
Shambles is probably the most famous shopping route in York with it’s narrow streets lined with boutique and independent shops.
There is a good quality open air market to be found there too with over 70 stalls operating and this is open seven days a week.
Early archaeological evidence suggests there were settlements in York as far back as 8000 and 7000 BC with Mesolithic people and by the time the Roman Conquest of England came about this area was occupied by Brigantes (ancient English people).
In 71 AD the ninth legion of the Roman army overthrew the Brigantes and built a wooden fortress around the area to claim the land.
This was later replaced with a stone wall. In the 5th Century the Angles (German people) took over and it was only in the 7th Century that King Edwin of Northumbria reclaimed the city.
Scandinavian forces led by Ivor the Boneless stormed the city and it became Viking territory and renamed it Jorvik.
In 1080 Archbishop Thomas started to build a cathedral which is the famous site of the current Minster.
King John granted the city its first charter to trade with Europe in 1212 and this is where York started to prosper becoming a major trading centre helped greatly with the proximity of the Great North Road.
York imported wine from France, cloth, wax, canvas and oats from Netherlands, timber and fur from the Baltics and exported grain and wool to south of France and the Netherlands.
From this beginning grew a major cloth manufacturing centre.
Guy Fawkes was born near and educated in York, and it was here he planned his Gunpowder Plot.
Despite George Hudson’s career ending in disgrace and bankruptcy he was responsible for bringing the railway to York which became a major centre in the late nineteenth century.
Henry Isaac Rowntree established his manufacturing confectionery company in 1869.
Joined later by chocolate manufacturer, John Terry introducing Terry’s of York, the two confectionery companies became major industry in York and major employers.
The Rowntree’s factory was damaged in the Second World War during the Baedeker Blitz.
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