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
York is a gorgeous city. It’s medieval streets and ornate churches and architecture are some of the best examples in the world. However, it’s not always an easy city to navigate – especially if you’re part of the older generation. With around 10% of York’s population aged over 65, a new campaign has been launched
The Sheffield Youth Justice Service (YJS) is one of the most important parts of Sheffield Council. They work with 10-18 year olds, some of which have been given sentences and others that have received cautions or community resolutions. During a routine inspection, the HM Inspectorate of Probation assessed 12 aspects of Sheffield YJS. They received

300 Years of Fashion in Leeds

Historic Images that show how the high street in Leeds have changed over the last 150 years have been released as part of an upcoming exhibition about the retail industry and how it has shaped the city. It is hoped that the release of these photos will entice the people of Leeds and surrounding areas
One of the classic sights of the city has been a little underwhelming over the last few years. In 1996, when the building was purchased from Odeon, the neons were restored. However in recent years it has been increasingly difficult to maintain neon lights. Fewer and fewer technicians and engineers are able to service them.
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 History of Yorkshire Day

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
Us Yorkshire folk have avoided building routes over t’ Pennines this long f’ good reason! What would we want to do that for? All jokes aside, as much as I love to poke fun at our fellow inferior neighbours and genuinely avoid going there, it’s undeniable there’s benefits to be had in doing business wi’