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Making my Car Safe and Exciting

rachel mcalley

I knew it had come to that time to take a proper look and make my car safe and fun for my speedily growing 3 year old daughter. I approached 3 leading suppliers of car accessories, travel equipment plus motoring and car maintenance to see if they’d like to be featured in my blog for Leeds City Magazine. Only 2 ...

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Fletch is Having a Good Moan This Month!

With arguably the dullest months of the year just about done with, and a holiday on the horizon, you’d think Fletch would have nothing to moan about – think again… RANT! Samuel L. Jackson in Kingsman: The Secret Service I’ve been a fan of this guy ever since Pulp Fiction and even enjoyed his performance in the shockingly bad Snakes ...

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Chris Wild a West Yorkshire Lad Done Good

rachel mcalley

The name Chris Wild may not ring many bells with you, but he’s a Yorkshire lad that’s gone on to do great things within the UK Theatre, TV and Film industry. Chris, originally from Halifax in West Yorkshire trained as a boxer and at 18 years old he turned professional but soon realised that boxing wasn’t for him. Chris took ...

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Rob Sorts You Out for March

With a plethora of talent that has already galavanted through our city in the previous months, March has worked just as hard to keep up the trend. The theme for March is ‘legends’ which you’ll come to terms with throughout the feature. Once again the guys behind Butter Side up have strengthened their brand with ever present spinner Fred P ...

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LGBT Fostering and Adoption Week

February was the international celebration of LGBT History month, with a number of popular events hosted in Leeds. These included Leeds Beckett student union arranging various discussion workshops, ‘Over the Top’ event day at the Leeds museum including performances by the local gay choir Gay Abandon and a screening of Alphabet Club by Jamie Fletcher – and social group celebrations ...

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Sneaky Peak at Fashion Shoot!

rachel mcalley

I was privy to a fashion shoot that recently took place at Headingley’s Shrine Salon, with a number of models who were wearing Leeds designer Zara Mia’s collection. Hair was done by the team at Shrine, and clothes supplied by Zara Mia (also available from Lambert’s Yard in the centre of the city). Beautiful hair, and beautiful clothes. For more ...

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How to Measure Customer Loyalty

Understanding how loyal your customers are is important if you want to focus your sales and marketing effort in the right places. Until recently there hasn’t been a way to measure customer loyalty. Instead we’ve measured ad effectiveness; although this is useful it doesn’t tell you about loyalty, in other words, how many customers are going to stay with you. ...

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Make Your Move In 2015

Well another year and another set of resolutions… For many, that urge to hand in your notice and make your move (which comes from one too many glasses ‘of the good stuff’ through the holidays) fades suddenly once the hangover sets in and you return to your comfortable, reliable jobs. My advice is to think again! 2015 looks set to ...

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Politics: A Reboot

Politics

POLITICS: REBOOT? ​Ed Carlisle lives in Beeston Hill in south Leeds. He co-runs Leeds charity Together for Peace (t4p.org.uk), and is involved in a load of community and city projects including: the Holbeck viaduct scheme, Park Run, the South Leeds Life blog and newspaper, a bit of youth-work, and more. He keeps hens, and tries to grow veg. He likes ...

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Developments in Leeds

Parklane Andrew Baxter

2014 was the year for new developments in Leeds, with some sources claiming that there is more investment into shopping developments in Leeds than anywhere else in Europe. Building Boom In March last year it was announced that work would begin on the new Victoria Gate development, which would house the first John Lewis in the city. According to figures ...

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