Six Of The Best

Six Of The Best

Six of the Best: Festivals to visit over the next fortnight

It’s festival season, with some of the best taking place this weekend and next.

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Six of the Best: Unusual things to do in Yorkshire

Looking for something a little bit unusual to do over the summer holidays?

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Malham Tarn.

Six of the Best: Places to see in Yorkshire

Summer presents all sorts of possibilities when it comes to days out, so here are half a dozen suggestions for things to do in and around Leeds.

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Six of the Best: Outdoor theatre across Leeds and Yorkshire

Summer not only offers the prospect of some decent weather but also outdoor theatre production, of which there are many across Leeds and Yorkshire.

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Six of the Best: Festivals in Leeds

There are an increasing number of community festivals across Leeds.

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Hardwick Hall.

Six of the Best: Weekend walks across Yorkshire

The Land Trust has kindly put together a list of spring and summer walks across the region to try out on your own or with the family.

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Kirkstall Festival. PIC: Tony Johnson

Six of the Best: Leeds events to diary

With summer just around the corner, there are plenty of events to look forward to in and around Leeds.

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Six of the Best: Easter events in Leeds and West Yorkshire

With the school holidays upon us, here are six of the best ideas to fill your days and keep the whole family entertained.

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Fountains Abbey.

Six of the Best: National Trust spring walks

Spring has sprung, the clocks have gone forward, so what better way to celebrate longer, lighter nights and the run up to summer than six National Trust spring walks

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Harden Beck in Goit Stock Woods. PIC: Tony Johnson

Six of the Best: Scenic views across Yorkshire

We’re blessed in this part of the world, having the Yorkshire landscape right on our doorstep.

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Hazlewood Castle.

Six of the Best: Mother’s Day gifts

It’s never too early to plan for such events.

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Plans for a Leeds underground in the 1930s. PIC: National Tramway Museum

Six of the Best: Wish List for Leeds

We all love our city but there’s always room for improvement. So, here are six suggestions which would improve all our lives. Neil Hudson asks whether Leeds needs to think bigger.

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Six of the Best: Days out in God’s own county

Now the weather is cheering up, you might want to plan some days out. Hannah Bryan and Danny Roberts have some suggestions for you.

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Shrove Tuesday comes to Scarborough . Enjoying the day. pic Richard Ponter 160610d

Six of the Best: Pancake Day events in Leeds, Yorkshire and beyond

Shrove Tuesday on February 28 marks the traditional feast day before Ash Wednesday, which then leads into the 40 days running up to Easter. Neil Hudson finds six good reasons to mark the day

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Oulton Hall, Leeds.

Six of the Best: St Valentine’s Day days out in Leeds and Yorkshire

Valentines Day is swiftly approaching giving you the perfect opportunity to enjoy some quality time with that someone special. Holly Beattie looks at the most romantic days out in Yorkshire

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Leeds Feast an Indie Food Festival held at The Tetley this weekend. 
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Six of the Best: Events and festivals coming to Leeds in 2017

There’s so much going on in Leeds this year that it’s difficult to choose just six but Neil Hudson gives it a go, with an eclectic events list, which should give most people something to look forward to

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 Pictured A member of the pubic plays Noughts and Crosses in the sky under a winter sun at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Bretton, Wakefield.

Six of the Best: Burns Night events in Leeds and Yorkshire

Haggis, bagpipes and a ‘toast to the lassies’ - it’s a Scottish tradition which travels (and translates) with astonishing ease - if you’re not holding your own Burns Night event on January 25, here are six to try across Yorkshire

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Otley, February 1947
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The photo of Otley taken in February 1947 (Let It Snow, Yorkshire Evening Post January 2, 2009) asks where it is? It's on the Wharfe just past the bridge at Otley. I was taken there when I was a child by my father. My auntie lived in one of the cottages seen in the picture. 
Gary Wheelhouse, Kentmere Avenue, Seacroft, Leeds, email: ggazw@aol.com

Six of the Worst: Winters in the UK

With the first widespread snowfall of the season, Neil Hudson takes a look back at some of the worst winters to affect Yorkshire. If you think it’s cold now, think again...

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Woods at Newmiller Dam

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Six of the Best: Winter Walks

Christmas may be over but winter has a long way to go yet, which means there’s ample opportunity to get out and discovered some of the breathtaking beauty we have right on our doorsteps.

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Alistair and Jonny Brownlee in action.

Six of the Best: The sporting stars who have made Leeds proud in 2016

With the New Year Honours List due next week, here’s our round-up of six deserving sporting stars from Leeds who have made a city proud in 2016.

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