Friday, 06 December 2019 by Lauryn Hall
The Cones is a series of beautifully illustrated books written by Leeds author, Chris Madeley. The author brings traffic cones to life in her entertaining stories, aiming to educate children across a range of topics, including health and safety, conservation and sustainability, social values and moral and ethical principles of friendship and trust and careers.
The holiday season has begun. For many this time is where we look back on everything that has happened in our lives, good and bad, and celebrate where we are now. While looking forward to the future. I can imagine that is certainly the case for James Aspinall, whom I recently had the pleasure of
Atom Brewing was founded by Allan and his wife Sarah, with a unique ethos built around both science and education. They founded their brewery in Hull in 2014, and their primary goal has always been to use the brewery as a means to educate and inspire our next generation of scientists. To this end, Atom
Form Shop & Studio is an art shop and graphic design studio run by Joseph Cox and Alice Thomson, which first opened in Hull in 2016. You can find them in their new, larger store at 62 Humber Street, Hull, online at heyform.co.uk and on their Instagram page at @heyform. Hull’s number one go-to shop
Whitby is famous for a lot of things, most of all its unbeatable seafood. One of the nation’s favourites is Scampi, but it turns out that not that many people actually know what scampi is. A recent survey of 500 british shoppers revealed that about 80% of people were either incorrect or didn’t have a
Thursday, 01 August 2019 by Kristian
Hannah Hauxwell was first brought to the attention of the public in 1970s. She had been running her family farm by herself since 1961, following the deaths of her parents and uncle. Hannah’s story resonated with so many from all over the UK. An exemplary figure of hard work, determination and true Yorkshire grit, Hannah
The first of August is a very special day for Yorkshire. Although we’re pretty good at expounding the glory of Yorkshire all year round, today is the day when we can really let loose, and celebrate all the wonderful things that make up God’s Own Country. But where did this day come from? How long
Here at i-Yorkshire, we’re really passionate about all things Yorkshire, and we know that you are too. There’s just something special about God’s Own County, and the diverse people that call the region home. Maybe it’s something in the water! County pride is something that runs deep, and it is something that we all shout
The office environment has changed a lot over the last few decades. Technology has taken us to new heights with productivity, communication and efficiency. However, there are definitely some drawbacks too – and Gerard O’Shaughnessy has made headlines recently with his new method of tackling the issue. He claims that phones are becoming a massive
This week, it is important to remember those who risked and gave their lives to defend us. This is the story of the 2nd Battalion East Yorkshire Regiment, who took part in the D-Day invasion of 1944, on the beaches of Normandy. Most information here has been sourced from the Yorkshire Regiment Living History Group.