Fashion and Lifestyle

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Travel shows combine for Harrogate double header

Yorkshire is gearing up to host two of the UK’s leading travel shows as post-pandemic confidence returns among travel operators and holidaymakers. The Wildlife & Safari Show is heading for Harrogate Convention Centre in October, the third time organisers, Converge Exhibitions have staged the show in the spa town.

Fashion retailer asks for stories of Inspirational Women

Leeds based independent fashion retailer, The Style Attic, are asking people from all across the country to nominate a woman that they’re proud of as part of their #proudofyouproject which has launched on social media. The brand, which was founded by Leigh Unwin, are aiming to shine a light

River Island and Fridays to join Barnsley's retail and leisure scene

Two more big high-street names, River Island and Fridays, have signed to be part of The Glass Works and are set to open in Spring, providing another major boost to Barnsley town centre’s flourishing retail and leisure offer. Fashion chain River Island has announced it will open a large

Scarborough gift card goes digital

This Christmas is the perfect time to support the high street and shop local with the popular Scarborough Gift Card, and it is now available digitally. With over 100 different businesses signed up, from food and drink to leisure experiences, the digital gift card will make it even easier for

#BeMoreMandy

Beautiful collection of photographs from our friends at Roth Read of the much missed Yorkshire Businesswoman team member Mandy Taylor.

Wakefield College pays tribute to wartime nurse Mary Seacole

Wakefield College is paying homage to a little-known historical figure by renaming its Advanced Skills and Innovation Centre building. The newly named Mary Seacole Building, based at the College’s City Campus and home to the University Centre at Wakefield College (UCW), recently saw new external signage unveiled to mark

Building sustainable health through arts

Members across communities in Leeds were given the opportunity to take part in a diverse cultural experience of poetry and Indian classical dance throughout the past three months. Some of these communities include the elderly LGBTQ community along with Care home residents across different care settings in Leeds. The workshops
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