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Paris In Ilkley

Colin Sidaway
Features Writer
Lucienne de Ville
While the whole of France was celebrating their football team’s World Cup Victory in Russia, the English nation had fallen into depression caused by yet another failure.
There was…
17th Jul 2018 12:55 PM

My Mind’s In Budapest

Elle Hartley Smith
Features Writer
Buda Castle
Budapest, the beautiful Capital of Hungary, has so much to offer. It has a rich, dark and somewhat disturbing history, which opens your eyes to our privilege. 


The city was once two…
24th Mar 2018 02:07 PM

Opinion: Has #MeToo Gone Too Far?

Lauren Beesting
Features Writer
The #MeToo campaign has seen women joining together and revealing their sexual assault stories, accusing people of sexually harassing them in many situations.
Although a “hashtag” campaign may…
4th Mar 2018 11:46 AM

Yoga Pose & Pants

Luce Smith
Features Writer
Eco yoga photo by Gopali Ashram
The winter mornings are beautiful. Clear skies, the owl calling out in the trees, and the lights from the town glistening making it look like fairy town. If only I…
5th Feb 2018 08:57 AM

The Big Wide World Of Blogging

Hannah Russell
Features Writer
A few years ago back in 2013, I started a blog on Little Alf.
I was given a Nikon D3300 camera for Christmas in 2012 and knew I had the perfect model for taking pictures and to share them online…
19th Jan 2018 03:48 PM

Summer Slow

Luce Smith
Features Writer
Slow Down! - photo by Warrick Wynne
I’m trying to find an app, that will slow things down. I want the experiences of life to take longer. We do everything so fast, that I wonder if we are really…
27th Jun 2018 12:19 PM

Pictures As An Exhibition

Colin Sidaway
Features Writer
Does anybody know where this is?
Having paraphrased the musical work of Modest Mussorgsky, Starbeck Community Library would appear to be a world away, and so it is.
North Yorkshire have over 30…
11th Mar 2018 10:45 AM

Age Is Just A Number

Luce Smith
Features Writer
basket of logs photo by derya
I have a lovely family, and feel very lucky to be close to both my parents and my sister. Close in relationship, not in distance, which improves the former somewhat!
The…
13th Feb 2018 09:42 AM

A Re-Roofing Jobby

Chris Longden
Features Writer
Fine views from the roof
Heart palpitation moment: After 10 years of rain growing from a trickle-tickle and into an indoor waterfall-feature within your home, you finally realise that you need a bit…
4th Feb 2018 11:55 AM

Parkrun Rerun

Luce Smith
Features Writer
Parkrun photo by Occasional Gardener
It’s not a New Years resolution. It’s not an effort to get fit, or fast. But I’m able to do Park runs again. Or park jogs as I like to call them.
This is…
15th Jan 2018 09:41 AM

Bureaucracy

Luce Smith
Features Writer
Stamp photo by Christian Schnettelker
Fed up of GDPR emails jumping in your inbox? I’m loving it, finally a chance to get rid of unwanted emails. Or will it…..
I have not been amused this week at…
24th May 2018 08:35 AM

A Mad Moment

Luce Smith
Features Writer
Snow. At last! We finally had a little taster of what winter is meant to be like! How much fun did you have?!
I am so grateful for not caring what I look like and enjoying being warm! Even when it was…
7th Mar 2018 08:35 AM

Nostalgia And The Arts Of The Doublé Entendre

Colin Sidaway
Features Writer
Every once in a while I find myself in Huddersfield on a Tuesday when there is a Flea Market in the Kirklees Open Market where there are stalls selling bric-a-brac. On my last visit I was just…
5th Feb 2018 03:54 PM

Soothing Those European Racist January Blues

Elle Hartley Smith
Features Writer
Someone playing Zwarte Piet. Photo coertesy of Wikipedia
The Christmas period is over. No more excuses for daytime drinking, eating so much as “it’ll soon go bad.”
Yes that’s right we’ve hit…
25th Jan 2018 09:45 AM

Valentine’s Day: Nine Months On…

Elle Hartley Smith
Features Writer
Birthdays are a pretty big deal in the UK right?
A dinner is usually bought for you, or a party and most definitely cards are exchanged with cheesy stereotypes of ‘Happy Birthday!
Well done you…
17th Nov 2017 05:28 PM
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