The National Science and Media Museum has announced plans to reopen its doors on Wednesday 19 May. The reopening of the museum is subject to… Read More »Reopening of The National Science and Media Museum
There’s no doubt that over the past year the COVID-19 pandemic has caused issues in thousands of industries globally. Whether it be the hospitality sector… Read More »The Music Industry: One year on from the start of the COVID pandemic
Leeds student radio are putting on an online festival this Saturday 12th December in aid of the Trussell Trust foodbanks in the city. The event, called… Read More »Leeds radio station supports food banks with online festival
This year, communities across Leeds have been bringing advent calendars to life in an attempt to spread some Christmas cheer in a socially distanced way.
One of Leeds’ most unusual venues is hoping to reopen its doors next month for the first time since lockdown to host a comedy show… Read More »Left Bank Leeds set to host a comedy show to share some laughter at Christmas
A local charity group in Queensbury near Bradford have been raising funds online and in person to allow a Christmas lights event to take place… Read More »Christmas lights event is still going ahead thanks to Queensbury volunteers
Protestors gathered this weekend in Millennium square, Leeds, to join the global movement calling for Nigeria to abolish its controversial SARS unit.
“Campaigning” editor of the Yorkshire Evening Post Laura Collins set to appear at Leeds Trinity University’s Journalism and Media Week
By Thomas Wootton Leeds Trinity University alumna and now editor of the Yorkshire Evening Post Laura Collins is set to be interviewed at Leeds Trinity… Read More »“Campaigning” editor of the Yorkshire Evening Post Laura Collins set to appear at Leeds Trinity University’s Journalism and Media Week
By Maisie Lawton The organisers of Leeds Record Fair say they hope the event can return indoors in November. The event, managed by John Cox,… Read More »Leeds record fair hopes to return indoors in November
Owner of Pontefract’s first eco-friendly bistro launches a memory window as Christmas card alternative
By Grace Pritchard Pontefract’s first eco-friendly and vegan takeaway bistro, Little Green Bistro, has launched its memory window as an alternative to sending Christmas cards.… Read More »Owner of Pontefract’s first eco-friendly bistro launches a memory window as Christmas card alternative