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Family-run creative hub and events venue Writers Retreat is launching four children’s books on Sunday 10 December in Beal, North Yorkshire. * Craggie Aggie, by Jan Birley, who is also Writers Retreat’s founder and award-winning screenwriter, and illustrated by David Thompson of Hyperbright Studios * Being Lily, by Helen Hartley
Georgina Fairhall, Founder and CEO of WAC, a forward-thinking worker-tech company based in Leeds, has been named as TechRound’s number one 29Under29 Winner. The annual list was judged by Kat Wellum-Kent (Fractional Finance), Namrata Sandhu (Vaayu), and Kimberley Waldron (SkyParlour) and celebrates the UK and Europe’s most innovative
The village of Minskip, near Boroughbridge, is holding its second Christmas Gift Fayre on Saturday December 9, following the success of last year’s inaugural event. The Fayre, which will be held in Minskip Village Hall from 1.00pm to 4.00pm, will feature a wide range of home-made Christmas
Wellington Place, the thriving urban quarter, has been transformed into a Winter Wonderfest with a programme of enchanting events raising money for Yorkshire Children’s Charity this festive season. The schedule will feature fun festive events that can be enjoyed with work colleagues, friends and family. The line-up includes craft
The Springs retail and leisure centre at Thorpe Park, Leeds has announced a series of exciting festive events and attractions to engage all the community and help to support local charities this Christmas. From 30th November The Springs is inviting families to hunt for all nine of Santa’s trusty
Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP) in West Bretton has launched a stunning new interactive light and sound artwork to brighten up this winter. Light Organ has been installed in YSP’s Chapel and will be open until Sunday 21 January 2024, as part of the Wakefield’s Light Up 2023 programme.
Yorkshire Sculpture Park's Christmas decorations have a very personal touch this year with staff picking up paintbrushes to produce a unique winter wonderland frieze across the Visitor Centre. The 10-strong team, led by executive co-ordinator Kirsty Fountain, devoted hours of their spare time before and after work to create the