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Celebrate Father’s Day With Patrick Brontë

Patrick Brontë
Patrick Brontë “thought that children should be brought up simply and hardily; so they had nothing but potatoes for dinner; but they never seemed to wish for anything else; they…
11th Jun 2019 01:13 PM

The British Wildlife Photography Awards At Nunnington Hall

Rosie Goodwin
Family Arts Correspondent
Bean (the badger) was captured in his habitat in the Peak District National Park in Derbyshire. Photo by Tesni Ward
The British Wildlife Photography Awards have made a welcome return to their only…
5th Jun 2019 05:46 PM

Experience Open Farm Sunday In The Beauty Of The North York Moors

Open Farm Sunday. Photo by Mike Winterflood
Farms across Yorkshire and the UK will be throwing open their gates on 9 June as they welcome the public for Open Farm Sunday.
In the North York Moors…
3rd Jun 2019 02:13 PM

Debate Over Pre-nups Reopens As Bankrupt Porter Bags Divorce Windfall

Peter Jones
Founder, Jones Myers
The case of a bankrupt hotel porter who was awarded a £1.3 million divorce payout from his wealthy wife has reignited the debate over whether pre-nups in England & Wales hold their weight in court.
A…
1st Jun 2019 06:06 AM

Celebrations As Bradford’s New £3.1m Canal Road Cycleway Opens

Cllr Taj Salam, Cycling Champion at Bradford Council cutting the ribbon with members of the community and representatives from Bradford’s community cycling groups and clubs
A community celebration…
26th May 2019 10:31 PM

Reviving A Leviathan At Burton Constable

This summer to mark the bicentenary of famous American writer Herman Melville, Burton Constable Hall in East Yorkshire are launching an ambitious project to bring to life the gigantic sperm whale…
10th Jun 2019 05:48 PM

A New Arrival…

Hannah Russell
Features Writer
Nico - the new arrival
Things certainly have been busy in the past few months for myself and Little Alf. We’ve been here, there and everywhere, working on new books, campaigns, opening up…
5th Jun 2019 04:40 PM

Yorkshire Family Support Children’s Charity Cream Teas Campaign

Jenny, James, Jonah, Amos and Gabriel
UK-wide children’s charity Action Medical Research is delighted to announce the return of its annual Cream Teas campaign.
People across Yorkshire are invited to…
1st Jun 2019 09:17 PM

Big Write Inspires Next Generation

Author Kate Pankhurst, a descendant of Emmeline Pankhurst, inspired over 750 schoolchildren to pen a staggering 300,000 words after a record number attended the annual Big Write hosted at…
30th May 2019 09:33 PM

John Marshall MBE Awarded For Contribution To Yorkshire Bank Bike Libraries

Following a unique award presented to John Marshall MBE on stage at the Tour de Yorkshire earlier this month, he today celebrated with the children that benefit from his work.
Through his role as the…
25th May 2019 09:33 AM

Children's Art Week: Any Excuse To Get Creative With The Kids

Rosie Goodwin
Family Arts Correspondent
It’s the launch of Children’s Art Week and, as the sort of person who feels that every week should be Children’s Art Week, I’ll take any opportunity to celebrate. There are so many good…
9th Jun 2019 08:47 AM

The Showstoppers’ Show That Must Go On… And Keeps On Giving

Rosie Goodwin
Family Arts Correspondent
There’s something tantalisingly terrifying about improvised theatre. The potential for it all to go horribly wrong dangles provocatively in the air. And yet, somehow, this never seems to concern…
4th Jun 2019 06:00 AM

The New Three Rs Should Be Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

Call for primary school National Curriculum to include climate change
As Shadow Education Secretary Angela Rayner calls for climate change to be included in the National Curriculum, a leading…
1st Jun 2019 08:34 PM

Sedbergh Pupils Help Endangered Eels

Three members of the ‘Eel-lite team’ - Edward, Charlie and Theo – and their tank of eels
An ‘Eel-lite Team’ at Sedbergh Primary School is caring for a tankful of European eels, a critically…
27th May 2019 08:49 PM

European Day Of Parks 2019

European Day of Parks is this year celebrating natural beauty, as can be found at this time of year in Oxenber woods near Austwick in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Photo by Paul Harris
With more…
24th May 2019 04:09 PM
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