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A new type of music which fuses Indian and Jazz music is debuting in Yorkshire this Winter with a six-date tour across the North of England. Bollywood Jazz is inspired by the songs and instrumental music of Bollywood films and has been created by Yorkshire South Asian arts organisation Manasamitra. The new Indo-Jazz music fusion event has been described as “a...
A Sheffield-based eco-homes builder is on track to increase its workforce and increase the number of homes to be constructed in Sheffield over the next 12 months following a £10,000 investment from UK Steel Enterprise (UKSE). REACH Homes, initiated by former police officer Jon Johnson and established in 2016 to provide a feasible solution to the housing crisis, received the...
Yorkshire law firm Gordons has been appointed to Canal & River Trust’s debt recovery panel, where it will assist the charity in recovering funds that allow it to continue its work. The Canal & River Trust protects more than 2,000 miles of waterways in England and Wales, which are often over 200 years old, and is responsible for the network...
A Royal Air Force chief technician turned businessman is set to open a new radio frequency testing facility in South Yorkshire. Ian White, founder of Gaddon Ltd - a radio frequency (RF) engineering and test solution consultancy that has carried out work for the Ministry of Defence (MOD) - will open new offices near Barnsley on Friday 20 October. The workshop...
Well Met, the conferencing office for Leeds Beckett University, will be hosting the 2017 LGcommunications Public Sector Communications Academy on Wednesday 18th and Thursday 19th October at the newly refurbished Cloth Hall Court. The sold out Academy, which is organised by LGcommunications and the Government Communications Service, will be the largest event that the Grade II listed Cloth Hall Court...
A Leeds-based businesswoman has developed a line of revolutionary products set to improve the falling cervical screening rate in the UK. On 17 October, medical underwear supplier Dignity Wear, will launch a range of women’s briefs specifically designed for maximum privacy during cervical screening tests in a bid to encourage more women to attend the potentially life-saving tests. According to government statistics,...
Edgelands Arts and Wakefield Council teamed up to secure £15,000 of funding from Arts Council England Grants for the Arts to create works of art with Wakefield participants and their families living with Dementia, and other visitors to the libraries, this summer. Three new art works in three of the Wakefield District’s Libraries have now been installed. Three launch dates...
Made Television, the leading regional television network, will unveil its eclectic line-up of contestants who are ravenous for love on Tuesday 17 October at 7pm, when it airs the first of its six part reality dating series, ‘M Club’s Game of Attraction’. The King of Ink Land, 37 who claims to be among Britain’s most tattooed men, will compete with...
Back in July, a landmark legal decision announced that employment tribunal fees have been scrapped. But how has this pivotal ruling come about and what does it mean for businesses? Two months on, Topic UK speaks to Caroline Acton, solicitor at ESP law, to find out… If we look back only a few years, many employers will recall a time...
Wakefield College’s new £7M Advanced Skills and Innovation Centre (ASIC) will officially be opened by Wakefield MP Mary Creagh and the Leader of Wakefield Council, Cllr Peter Box CBE this week. Mary and Peter will be joined by senior College staff, students and other partners as they unveil a plaque to mark the occasion. Commenting on the opening, Mary said:...
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