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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.

From Mines to Hits

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
Yorkshire. United Kingdom’s biggest county. God’s own country. Home. Yorkshire has an abundance meanings to each of its residents, be it simply a home away from home, a birthplace or even a favourite place to visit. But to the rest of the country or even the world, out lookers may see our county for the

A Walk Around Yorkshire

Following on from my ‘Four Market Towns of Yorkshire’ article, I wanted to continue this series by highlighting some beautiful walks in Yorkshire by taking another destination from each end of our county; North, East, South and West. Yorkshire is abundant with stunning scenery and country walks for people of all ages and abilities, from
During my stroll through Hull’s city centre on a cold October morning, early enough for work that i could grab a quick coffee and a bite to eat – I spotted a man sitting outside of McDonald’s in Albion square, drawing a dot-work interpretation of an iconic mural that has become a landmark within our

Four Market Towns of Yorkshire

Yorkshire is famed for its market towns. Our county is home to many traditions, including farmers markets, food markets and antiques markets. In this weeks article, I want to showcase a market town from each end of our beloved Yorkshire, from North, East, South and West. North – Helmsley Helmsley is a market town on

Top Things To Do In Hull

When I tell people that I’m from Hull, I am often hit with the usual ‘Oh I went there once, can’t remember much though’, ‘Didn’t you win city of culture?’ or ‘Don’t you have an aquarium there?’ among various other reactions. Some even simply remark ‘Never heard of it’. Kingston Upon Hull is where I
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
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