Frequently asked questions

What is the Tang Hall Big Local area?

This is a question we get a lot! When the plans were drawn up for the area which would benefit from the Big Local funding, the experts drew a map.  The map was defined by lots of factors, but essentially, our funding covers those who live and work within the area, or who are delivering projects which fundamentally benefit those who do. That map is readily available on our home page, but we know sometimes it is easier to check against a list. If you are trying to find out if you are covered by our funding, and therefore the many activities we run, please check if your street is on this list:

Alcuin Ave

Allen Close

Ambleside Ave

Appleby Place

Asquith Ave

Bad Bargain Lane

Bowes Ave

Bull Lane

Burlington Ave

Burnholme Ave

Burnholme Drive

Burniston Grove

Carter Ave

Coniston Drive

Constantine Ave

Cosmo Ave

Darnbrook Walk

Derwent Ave

East Parade

Eastborne Grove

Eboracom Way

Eighth Ave

Enerdale Ave

Etty Ave

Faber Street

Fifth Ave

First Ave

Flaxman Ave

Fourth Ave

Gerard Ave

Gilamoor Ave

Giles Ave

Glen Avenue

Glen Road

Grasmere Dr

Hallfield Road

Harcourt Street

Harinton Ave

Hawthorn Grove

Hawthorne Street

Heathfield Rd

Hewley Ave

Heworth Green

Holroyd Ave

Ingleborough Ave

Kirkstone Drive

Landgale Ave

Lang Ave

Layerthorpe

Leyland Road

Lilac Ave

Little Hallfield Road

Main Ave

Malham Grove

Mansfield

Melrose

Melrosegate

Mill Lane

Millfield Ave

Millfield Lane

Milson Grove

Ninth Ave

Owston Ave

Pennyghent Ave

Plumer Ave

Rawdon Ave

Redeness Street

Richmond Street

Rockingham Ave

Rydale Ave

Second Ave

Seventh Ave

Sixth Ave

St Aelred’s Close

St Hilda’s Mews

Starkey Crescent

Sterne Ave

Stray Road

Tang Hall Lane

Temple Ave

Third Ave

Thirlmere Drive

Tuke Ave

Waynefleet Grove

Welborn Close

Whernside Ave

Wolfe Ave

Woodside Ave

What is Tang Hall Big Local?

THBL is a part of a National Lottery Funded programme where it has been given  £1m to spend over 10 years to make Tang Hall a better place to live. It is one of 150 areas across England where local residents have been given the choice about how to best spend the money in their area.

Why was Tang Hall chosen?

Whilst York is seen as a wealthy city, there are areas that have poor infrastructure and where local people have not been able to reach their potential. The area straddles 2 wards, Heworth and Hull Rd (see map). The aim was to work with our partners to help residents with making decisions for the benefit of the community.

How can I add my community group, business or organisation to the directory?

If you click on this link and add your details about your organisation and how it is linked to Tang Hall, we will add you to the directory. Once added you will be able to add events to the calendar and have a blog page. If you are having any difficulty then contact our office.

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