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PENDLE HILL: The Green Man on the hill

Pendle is renowned for its witches...But do you know about the wizard? If you have a taste for...

Dog friendly beaches: seven seaside cottages for four-legged friends this Autumn

Beaches across the UK are welcoming dogs back to their shores now that the busy summer period has come to a close.

Marvellous Markets #LYLM2019

Markets are a chest of local treasure and we have a wealth of incredible local markets right here in the north jam...

Burnley’s Booming

it’s no wonder that so many people are using #BrilliantBurnley to describe the town Burnley – it has it all. A Premier League Football team,...

Take on the challenge of Northumberland

Written by Coquet Cottages If you think of yourself as a bit of an adrenaline junkie then why not take on the challenge of Northumberland?...

More than just a pretty face, Ilkley, one of Yorkshire’s best kept secrets

Nestled right in the heart of the picturesque Wharfe Valley at the southern end of the Yorkshire Dales, it’s not surprising that Ilkley attracts...

Party in style with our Gorgeous Guide to celebration properties

Location, location, location Think about the location that works best for...

Bradford at Work: People and Industries Through the Years

The Wool Capital of the World The Bradford economy owes as much to its pre-eminence as an international textile hub as it does to iron...

Cottages for Christmas

From cosy cottages to Christmas fairs there’s lots to do in Yorkshire throughout the festive period. Gorgeous Cottages (specialists in luxury Yorkshire self-catering holidays)...

Stanley House Hotel and Spa completes transformational five-figure investment

The award-winning Stanley House Hotel and Spa, Mellor, has unveiled the second part of its five-figure renovation project. The investment includes an extensive refurbishment of...

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“New Normal” Allows Yorkshire Based Artist, Neil Simone, To Lose Himself In His Art

The coronavirus pandemic has affected the ways in which we all work and one of the few positives for some people is...

POEM: Life After Corona

He had a dream inspired by hera new Jerusalem,but when will that occur?Wash hands – mask face – make spaceSwitch phone to...

Time Out – Winter

November Wed 4th CURIOUS ABOUT MANCHESTER Manchester. Have...

Art Exhibitions Guide – Winter

'THE ARRIVAL OF SPRING' by David Hockney Salts Mill, Victoria Rd, Saltaire. Our stunning show, 'The...

Markets Guide – Winter

BURY MARKET Bury. Hundreds of thousands of satisfied shoppers visit the leading Market in the North...

Walking Routes – Winter

AUSTWICK CIRCULAR WALK Austwick Village. This walk from the tiny village of Austwick, less well known...

BOOK REVIEW: Good for a Grin by Brenda Burling

Matthew James Publishing, Paperback Here is the ideal book for any woman worried that her spouse or partner might have cancer.

BOOK REVIEWS: Happiness for Beginners by Carole Matthews

Sphere, Hardback, £12.99 The author admits that her own time as a lonely youngster at the real Animal Antiks Farm was...

BOOK REVIEW: Bang to Rights by Helen Black

Constable, Paperback If you can take a book with a swear word on the majority of pages, then you will not...

Anna Burns takes home the Man Booker Prize for her fourth novel Milkman

Milkman is a tale of gossip and hearsay, silence and deliberate deafness. It is the story of inaction with enormous consequences. Anna Burns has become...

BOOK REVIEW: Red Snow by Larraine Susan Harrison

Here is a scary tale which successfully straddles two genres - a 12-year-old girl who is trying to find out about the death of...

BOOK REVIEW: Northern Soles by Steve Ankers

Here is a coast to coast book with a difference. Liverpudlian Steve Ankers decided to walk across England from the Mersey to the Humber...

BOOK REVIEW: Meet Me at the Lighthouse by Mary Jayne Baker

If you have problems with sexual innuendo, often without the innuendo, this book is not for you. It’s a fun story of two school...

BOOK REVIEW: Land’s End to John O’Groats by Helen Shaw and Bob Shelmerdine

The 1,140 miles from Land’s End to John O’Groats is no mean distance. But there are always keen walkers on some part of the...

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