By Daniel Pye Tommy Mclouglin’s Tuesday Lunch Club continues to provide over 200 Irish and local elderly residents in Leeds with entertainment, food and companionship… Read More »“It’s great to be back”: Leeds Irish Centre provides social space for older community
by Hashaam Yaqoob In 2004, Seed Of Chucky released to absolutely terrible reception and effectively killed the franchise for almost 10 years. But like Bladerunner,… Read More »Seed Of Chucky is a certified queer cult classic
Historian and actor Joe Williams inspires students at Leeds Trinity to kickstart Black History Month
This month, Leeds Trinity University and Leeds Trinity Students’ Union are hosting multiple events to mark October as Black History Month. Kicking off the events,… Read More »Historian and actor Joe Williams inspires students at Leeds Trinity to kickstart Black History Month
BY MJ Binns With Kirkgate market having such a friendly atmosphere, it encourages people to open up their own stalls, which is positively shown by… Read More »Kirkgate Market is the friendliest place in Leeds
By Amelia Riley Stall owners in Leeds Kirkgate Market say that they chose to open stalls there because it is a friendly place. The Market,… Read More »Kirkgate Market: the friendliest place in Leeds
We all know the old as time phrase, dear diary… but do we know how popular diaries still are today? In 2017, a whopping £43.3… Read More »Mental health, bad dreams and old age: why diaries are making a comeback.
What is happening with GCSEs and A-levels grades in England? The confusing life of a student during the pandemic
GCSE, A-level and BTEC students are to have teacher-assessed grades, following the cancellation of exams for the second year running, in response to the ongoing… Read More »What is happening with GCSEs and A-levels grades in England? The confusing life of a student during the pandemic
Snow globes, toy cars, wine, and stocks. Charles Hartley of Hartley’s Auctions, Ilkley discusses the current collectors’ market and habits. Collecting is something people do as a source of entertainment… Read More »Snowglobes, toy cars and expensive lighters: Collectors and the dwindling auction market
By Josie Kemp As a nation we were used to having everything we wantede at big supermarket and high street stores. However, this all changed… Read More »Small businesses – the saviours of our lockdown?