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Premier dancer Abigail Prudames retires from Northern Ballet

Premier Dancer Abigail Prudames will retire from Northern Ballet this June, after being part of the Company since 2011. Abigail grew up in Knaresborough and joined Northern Ballet as an Apprentice after training with The Royal Ballet and Elmhurst Ballet
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Yorkshire Sculpture Park offers artistic development opportunity with the 2024 Yorkshire Graduate Award

Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP) has launched the 2024 Yorkshire Graduate Award that offers a residency opportunity for a graduate artist to develop their practice. For over 47 years, artist residencies

Law firm appointed by female focused investment network

Law firm Gordons has been appointed as the legal partner of Leeds-based Lifted Ventures, a start-up investment network aimed at supporting female founders. Gordons will advise the network’s investors

Movement, wellness and longevity coach’s back pain relief programme goes global

Renowned movement, wellness, and longevity coach, Sarah Clough, 60, based in Ilkley, who is on a mission to transform people's well-being through the power of movement, is delighted that her

Yorkshire Business announced as finalist for Small Business Award

Cool Crutches & Walking Sticks based in Harrogate, Yorkshire has been chosen as a finalist for the Digital Star Award at this year’s Small Awards. Now in its eighth year,
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Mary Portas OBE, is headline speaker at Yorkshire Sustainability Festival 2024

In a bid to encourage businesses to think twice about sustainability and come together to achieve ethical growth, Mary Portas OBE will be heading up the speaker stage on day

Mulgrave Estate to discuss plans to plant over 300,000 trees

The award-winning Mulgrave Estate in the North York Moors is holding a public meeting to discuss Phase One of plans to plant 300,000 trees over 550 acres in a

Incredible conservation benefits of real Christmas trees discovered by survey

British Christmas tree plantations have been found to support various species of conservation concern such as red squirrels and polecats, according to the first ever study of its kind undertaken

Crowning glory – Lord-Lieutenant’s King’s Coronation Tree finds a home at Yorkshire Sculpture Park

The Lord-Lieutenant for West Yorkshire, Ed Anderson, visited Yorkshire Sculpture Park on November 7th to plant the King’s Coronation Tree, as part of a royal initiative to plant three
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