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Cancer Research UK Yorkshire shops back in action

PEOPLE across Yorkshire are being urged to help Cancer Research UK shops get back to the business of beating cancer as restrictions on non-essential retail lift from April 12. Staff and volunteers are rolling up their sleeves ready to try

The Piece Hall prepares for its ‘great reopening’

On Monday 12th April at 10am the world’s only remaining Georgian cloth hall reopens. Visitors to The Piece Hall, in Halifax will be treated to a fantastic day of

Major Headrow scheme set to pave the way for city centre reopening

After 18 months of construction, a multi-million pound Connecting Leeds scheme which is set to transform one of the city’s busiest streets is close to completion as work to

Yorkshire Water recruiting more than 30 process engineers

Yorkshire Water is looking to expand its clean water team and is hiring 33 process engineers in York, Harrogate, the Yorkshire Dales, Keighley, Bradford, Leeds, Huddersfield, Halifax, Doncaster, Sheffield, Hull,

New rules mean shops can convert into homes without a planning application

The government’s newly announced plans to revitalise highstreets by allowing commercial premises to be converted into homes, without a full planning application, is a major gamble according to leading
Legal Matters

Care proceedings specialist appointed director at Huddersfield law firm

Huddersfield law firm Wilkinson Woodward Norcliffe and Co has announced the promotion of Children and Care Proceedings specialist Shelley McLachlan to director. Shelley joined the firm in 2014 after achieving

People encouraged to take a powerful stand

The Care Campaign for the Vulnerable have called for an inquiry to investigate the extent of non-consensual ‘Do Not Resuscitate’ orders (DNR) given to elderly and vulnerable people during the

Lawyer warns a dispute with your neighbour could stop you from selling your home

A Wakefield-based lawyer is warning that arguments with your neighbour could cause problems when it’s time to sell your home and knock thousands off the sale price. Newport Land

Legal firm launches initiative to support lockdown start-ups

Harrogate-based law firm, Consilia Legal has announced a new initiative providing business protection advice to Yorkshire-based businesses launched during lockdown with plans to upscale. The specialist Employment Law team at
Arts and Culture

Creative Yorkshire folk invited to come up with their own Xscape logo design

Xscape Yorkshire has partnered up with two leading Yorkshire artists to encourage the county to get creative and craft their own Xscape logo – with the winner’s design used by

Yorkshire Sculpture Park set to welcome visitors back this spring

As spring brings the promise of brighter days ahead, Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP) has unveiled its plans to continue its phased reopening in line with the government roadmap, and welcome

Breaking the Mould: Sculpture by Women since 1945

Breaking the Mould is the first extensive survey of post-war British sculpture by women in a public institution. Spanning more than seventy years and exploring the work of fifty sculptors,

The Piece Hall Trust to receive £442,700 from the Government’s Culture Recovery Fund

Among more than 2,700 recipients to benefit from the latest round of awards from the £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund This award will help The Piece Hall reopen
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