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Heathcliff, it's me, it's Percy

This week’s adventure took us to the heart of Brontë country, and a circular walk out from the small town of Haworth in West Yorkshire to the Brontë waterfalls.   1,070 more words

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Rock Art: the problems of interpreting the unknowable.

Venue: Knowle Club, 17 Knowl Rd, Mirfield, WF14 8DQ

Date: 6th March 2018

Time: 8.00 – 9.30

This talk is being given to the Wheelwright Archaeological Society by Dave Weldrake. 58 more words

Archaeology

Saturday in Haworth, Yorkshire

Despite having been born in Yorkshire and having lived here for 21 of my 27 years, I still love exploring the county. Although there are still lots of places that I haven’t been to yet, I like re-visiting some old favourites; hence, this week’s trip to… 360 more words

Travel

Interesting journal article about Alec Clegg

Following on from my last article, about the School Prints at the Hepworth Gallery in Wakefield and their place in the history of the provision of artworks in schools in the West Riding of Yorkshire, I came across this interesting article by Cathy Burke in the… 35 more words

Art

Have Your Corporate Party Catered in Huddersfield!

The holiday season could be a terrific time of year wherever we have a tendency to pay time with our families within the spirit of goodwill. 328 more words

Catering

Album Of The Week: The Orielles - Silver Dollar Moment

The Halifax based genre benders deliver on their debut LP.

Today marks the release of the long-awaited debut from The Orielles, which follows on from their signing to indie rock institution Heavenly Recordings and provides an insight in to three minds that are considerably more culturally informed than their ages would suggest. 219 more words

Music

MA Project 480/270 @ The Making Space (Huddersfield)

St Valentines day February 14th 2018

Yesterday (14th) we got to present our pitch for the Event/Exhibition Idea with our partners “The Making Space(Huddersfield)”

Our Final Power point is as follows with a brief description of what was pitched. 518 more words

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