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City Dweller Magazine Teamed up with Welcome to Yorkshire to Look at Great Yorkshire Days Out

Step into Richmond and back in time to enjoy a fortnight of fun performances, workshops, costumes, and comedy as the town celebrates its rich heritage at George Fest 17. The festival is a fun way to explore the history of Richmond, North Yorkshire, which was founded in 1071 but flourished in the Georgian era between 1714 to 1837. Richmond benefited ...

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Yorkshire Society is Having a Plaques for Corporate Celebration

For many years, the Yorkshire Society has erected plaques to commemorate Yorkshire men and women who, during their lifetime, gave exceptional service or contributed significantly to the County which translated in many cases to benefit the country as a whole, achieving much to celebrate and who were excellent Ambassadors for Yorkshire. A few years ago, the Society was approached to ...

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Northern Ballet Gears up for all New Yorkshire Season

The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas – Leeds and Hull A Celebration of Sir Kenneth MacMillan, Master Choreographer – Bradford The Little Mermaid – Sheffield and Leeds Yorkshire audiences are in for a treat this autumn as Northern Ballet prepares to present an ambitious season of new work in the county. The Company will perform The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas; A Celebration of Sir Kenneth MacMillan, Master Choreographer; and The ...

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  Yorkshire-based businessmen, Steve Rowbottom and Marc Westerman, Directors of the 10-strong hairdressing and beauty salon group, Westrow, have been revealed as finalists in this year’s inaugural British Hairdressing Business Awards 2017. Sponsored and hosted by Hairdressers Journal International, the duo have been finalised for the energy, drive, and exceptional business acumen that they have shown in their role as business ...

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New Enterprise creates Hundreds of Jobs for Leeds

A PIONEERING social enterprise is to create more than 300 jobs, after becoming a leading care provider across Leeds. CASA Leeds, part of the Care and Share Associates Group – an employee owned social enterprise – has become one of four prime providers working in partnership with Leeds City Council, to provide a range of social care services. And the ...

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Planning a short break away from the city?

Rachel McAlley

It’s the middle of January and I’m in desperate need of something to look forward to over the next few weeks, and the thought of planning a short break away fills me with joy! I’m not sure about you, but the January blues have taken effect, so booking a short break is a welcome distraction from the mundane. If you’re ...

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A Day Out in Nidderdale


Leeds City Magazine have teamed up with the guys at Welcome to Yorkshire to look at some Yorkshire days out. Here’s one of their suggestions with all the makings for a great day out. Picture Yorkshire and you’ll probably think of the Yorkshire Dales: a panorama of rolling hills dotted with woodland, stone walls, and cosy pubs. Nidderdale is described ...

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100 day countdown begins to the Tour – Grand Depart

Le Grand Depart leeds

A major new international cycle race for Yorkshire, the official anthem of Yorkshire’s Grand Depart 2014 and a new marketing campaign to shine a spotlight on the county were all launched at the Y 14 event today – officially marking 100 days until the Tour de France arrives in the county. A major international three-day cycle race located across different ...

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Days Out – The Yorkshire Dales

The Yorkshire Dales

City Dweller Magazine have teamed up with the guys at Welcome to Yorkshire to look at some Yorkshire days out. Here’s one of their suggestions with all the makings for a great day out. In July this year, the Yorkshire Dales will be overcome with cycling fever, as the world’s biggest cycle race – the Tour de France – rolls ...

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