HERE’S a perfect chance to make a date with your Yorkshire Evening Post – a special calendar has been released to mark the paper’s 125th anniversary.
The 2016 calendar features some of the best-loved images from the newspaper’s long and proud history.
And it also showcases a selection of the famous faces who have helped put Leeds on the map since we first hit the streets back in 1890.
The calendar is ready to buy now but readers are being urged to move fast as availability is limited.
YEP managing editor Nicola Furbisher said: “This is something that will make an ideal Christmas present, so don’t miss out.
“The pictures are testament to the talents of our award-winning photographers. What better way could there be to celebrate our birthday?”
Images in the calendar include Leeds United’s players toasting their 1992 league title win on an open-topped bus parade.
There is also a stunning shot of the world’s greatest cyclists making their way down the Headrow in Leeds during last year’s Tour de France Grand Départ.
Other events that feature in the calendar include Leeds’s annual West Indian Carnival and Leeds Rhinos’ Challenge Cup victory in 2014.
People picked to appear, meanwhile, include the late Leeds cancer hero and fundraiser Jane Tomlinson and local Olympic stars such as Nicola Adams and the Brownlee brothers.
The calendar costs £5.99 including postage for the UK, £8.50 for Europe, £9.50 for Zone 1 USA and £9.99 for Zone 2 Australia.
Copies can be ordered over the phone by calling 0844 292 0216 and hitting option five.
The line is open 9am to 7pm Monday to Friday and 9am to 1pm on Saturdays.
Purchases can also be made in person from reception at Yorkshire Post Newspapers, 26 Whitehall Road, Leeds LS12 1BE, opening times 9am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday.
The YEP was first published on September 1, 1890, with a promise to bring its readers “news of all kinds”.
Our calendar is only part of a programme of anniversary celebrations that has also seen the brewing of a YEP125 beer and a link-up with Leeds Rhinos for their match last week against New Zealand.