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signs of sepsis

Sepsis survivor Julie Carman, highlights the key signs of sepsis

It kills about 40,000 people a year in Britain, but in terms of public awareness it’s not up there with cancer and heart disease. It’s...
Simon Sweetman

Tiny figures inhabit the small world created by photographer Simon Sweetman

Tiny figures inhabit the small world created by photographer Simon Sweetman. A little old man sits on a bench with a forest of broccoli...
Paul Stuart Davies

From Darwen to Detroit | Paul Stuart Davies

Soul singer Paul Stuart Davies must be the envy of Motown and Northern Soul fans everywhere. Not only has he met some of the...
PP Hartnett

Poetry and Predators | PP Hartnett

He photographed the birth of London’s 1970s punk explosion, he survived the hedonism of London’s drug-fuelled 80s gay club scene when friends died of...
Birdwatching walks in Bowland

Birdwatching walks in Bowland

The Forest of Bowland boasts Lancashire’s most beautifully dramatic landscapes, recognised by more than half of century as a designated Area of Outstanding Natural...
Sam Bilham

Sam’s fast-track success

Sam Bilham has been driving vehicles ever since he was able to reach the pedals aged seven, and now at the age of 20...
Dotty Scotty

Dotty Scotty’s stunning creations are so life lifelike you’d almost expect...

Beautiful textile birds perch around the studio of artist Joanna Scott in the Norfolk Broads – but her heart is still in her native...
Katie Rushworth

Exclusive interview with Yorkshire Rose, Katie Rushworth

Television gardener Katie Rushworth has an awful confession to make: “I can’t look after house plants to save my life. I can’t stop them...
English corner of Japan

An English corner of Japan | Northfields Cafe

With old wooden chairs and tables, a comfy Chesterfield sofa and a menu that includes sticky toffee pudding and scones with clotted cream, it...
York and Lancaster

A tale of two cities – York and Lancaster

Way back in history – more than 450 years ago – Lancaster and York were literally at daggers drawn, as rival houses fought for...

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