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?
This article was written prior to the recent roadmap announcements in Wales. During the pandemic, hospitality was the worst-hit sector as bars and restaurants were… Read More »Tourism and hospitality: how coronavirus has affected Tenby
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By Maisie Lawton A Leeds University undergraduate has launched a photography project to open up general conversation about grief and loss for students. Loss can… Read More »Leeds student uses photography to help get students talking about bereavement and grief
During tough times on furlough, friends Kelly and Megan take a chance on their mutual love by starting a brand-new baking company called ‘Sugar Coated… Read More »Booming baking business allowed Leeds friends to quit their jobs in lockdown
“We don’t want this to end”: businesses in southern Italy hope Brexit will not halt British tourism and connections
by Riccardo Trono “We share a vast range of values with the UK and a communitarian feeling”, says Tonio Tondo, columnist of the Italian daily… Read More »“We don’t want this to end”: businesses in southern Italy hope Brexit will not halt British tourism and connections