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Yorkshire Society is Having a Plaques for Corporate Celebration

For many years, the Yorkshire Society has erected plaques to commemorate Yorkshire men and women who, during their lifetime, gave exceptional service or contributed significantly to the County which translated in many cases to benefit the country as a whole, achieving much to celebrate and who were excellent Ambassadors for Yorkshire. A few years ago, the Society was approached to ...

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10 Reasons to Love Sing Kee Foods

Sing-Kee Foods is a family ran business with a history of over 20 years, supplying the public with a range of provisions from the Far East. They are dedicated to provide quality oriental food and other goods to both wholesale and retail customers. Their customers are caterers stocking their restaurants, or families purchasing their weekly groceries. Need more reason to ...

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Steeton Cricket Club v Tong Park Esholt Cricket Club

Steeton won the toss and chose to field first after overnight rain, Steeton’s opening bowlers both took 3 wickets: Joe Stead took 3 wickets for 26 runs from 7 overs; and skipper Paul Hardwick took 3 wickets for 34 runs from 13 overs. Promoted 2nd XI skipper Gary Boulton (1-10) collected a single wicket & Stephen Pearson (2-49) took couple ...

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Blood Brothers – The Alhambra Theatre

  Written by Willy Russell, the legendary Blood Brothers tells the captivating and moving tale of twins who, separated at birth, grow up on opposite sides of the tracks, only to meet again with fateful consequences. Few musicals have received quite such acclaim as the multi-award-winning Blood Brothers. Bill Kenwright’s production surpassed 10,000 performances in London’s West End, one of only three musicals ...

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Summer Exhibition at the National Science and Media Museum

Hearing colours, discovering how the London Underground tastes, seeing the world through the eyes of a dragonfly, listening to Bradford’s hidden city sounds: just some of the extraordinary experiences on offer at the National Science and Media Museum this summer. The family exhibition Supersenses (15 July – 8 October 2017, free entry) will challenge and tantalise visitors with unusual sights, ...

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Bradford MBA Programme One of First to Be Endorsed by NHS

The University of Bradford is one of seven higher education institutions (HEIs) appointed by the NHS Leadership Academy to deliver the NHS Masters in Business Administration (MBA) programme, as announced in a speech by the Secretary of State, Jeremy Hunt, last year. After an open bidding process, Bradford joins Lancaster, Nottingham, Durham, Hertfordshire, The Open University and Manchester Alliance Business ...

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University of Bradford Appoints First Director of Medical Education

The University of Bradford has appointed Professor Martin McAreavey as its first Director of Medical Education. Professor McAreavey will lead the development of the Undergraduate Medical Programme at Bradford, working in collaboration with local NHS Partners, the General Medical Council, Department of Health, and Bradford Metropolitan District Council. Martin has a strong track record in medical education and will represent the ...

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