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Traffic changes in Leeds City centre

The layout of two major roads in the city centre will change from Sunday 24 January as Infirmary Street and Vicar Lane open in both directions to motorised traffic and cycles. The roads are currently being transformed as part of a multi-million pound project being carried out by Connecting Leeds

Refuse collections suspended due to heavy snow

Due to heavy snow creating unsafe driving and walking conditions on many residential streets, and with the forecast for further heavy snowfall, refuse collections have been stood down for the remainder of today. Those residents who didn’t get their bins emptied today are advised to put their bins out

Chance to win an exclusive poster signed by Sir Patrick Stewart

Huddersfield Literature Festival (HLF) is offering its supporters the chance to win one of five bundles of books, including some first editions and signed copies, and a signed, framed poster of Festival patron Sir Patrick Stewart. The book bundles on offer include murder, mystery and suspense from authors including Frances

Year that will herald a call for more communication

The new year will see a key change - the public will demand consistent, clear and genuine communication more than ever before from government, says Scarborough-based Duncan Lewis, who has published a new book. Part of the proceeds of ‘Speak Out! How to Make an Emotional Connection in Communication' will

Keighley to host official Yorkshire Day celebrations in 2022

Keighley has been invited by The Yorkshire Society to host the official Yorkshire Day civic celebration in 2022 (Monday 1st August). It will be the first time the town has hosted this important annual event since its conception in 1985. The official celebration, believed to be the largest such event

Museum's young history lovers celebrate a decade of discovery

Together they’ve explored some of British history’s most important stories, from the horrors of the First World War to the fascinating journeys of migrants who travelled to Leeds. Now an award-winning group of budding curators working with Leeds City Museum have reached a major milestone of their own

Yorkshire Sculpture Park unveils new works in the open air this winter

New additions to the open-air display: Kalliopi Lemos, Bag of Aspirations, 2018 Henry Moore, Large Two Forms, 1966 and Large Spindle Piece, 1974 William Tucker, Monumental Dancer After Degas, 2018 Edward Allington, From the Sex of Metals IV, 1990 Gary Hume, Snowman, two balls twinkle white, 2014 This festive season,