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The Donkey Sanctuary are Seeking New Volunteers

The Donkey Sanctuary charity shop, For The Love Of…, in Otley is urgently seeking new volunteers to join their amazing team and give the gift of time to championing donkeys worldwide. Two new volunteer positions have become available, a volunteer general assistant and a volunteer barista and café assistant. Both opportunities offer fantastic training and new skill opportunities such as ...

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Bradford Council Celebrate Cycling Partnership

British Cycling has developed its partnership deal with Bradford Council in a bid to inspire thousands more of the city’s residents to get on their bikes. The agreement, which runs through to 2019, will see HSBC UK recreation programmes rolled out across the city including HSBC  UK Guided Rides, HSBC UK Breeze rides for women, HSBC UK Ride Social and HSBC UK Go-Ride, British Cycling’s development programme ...

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Sironen Shines of the Bradford Bulls in Debut

DAMIAN SIRONEN MADE HIS BRADFORD BULLS DEBUT ON SUNDAY, AS HE IMPRESSED THE CROWD AGAINST A SUPER LEAGUE-QUALITY FORWARD PACK. Sironen Shines, sponsored by Vision On, made his move from Tweed Head Seagulls last week and only landed in the country on Monday morning. The natural-playing-prop took well to the number 13 role, as Bradford bolstered their forwards expecting a ...

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Holidays for Solo Travellers

Seasoned travel expert, Yasmin Macis, is getting the solo travellers out exploring the world and having the adventure of a lifetime I read recently that over a third of people in the UK are classed as single, which must mean there are a lot of singletons out there looking for holidays. This gives them the perfect opportunity to set off ...

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Midwifery Student Scoops Prestigious Award

  A midwifery student from the University of Bradford has been praised for her work helping vulnerable women in a French refugee camp. Claire Welford, a third year student midwife, travelled to the camp in Dunkirk in February this year, where she spent three weeks helping the volunteers to provide a safe and welcoming space for the women in the ...

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Fitness Tips By Great Britain Athlete John Lane

  ADVICE TO HELP YOU GET THE BEST OUT OF YOUR WORK OUT Make the most of the nice weather With the snow and rain slowly giving way to sunshine and hotter days, try and get yourself outside exercising as much as you can instead of being stuck on a treadmill in the gym. Running, bike riding, swimming or even ...

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Training or Exercising? The difference

  What’s On Bradford have teamed up with James and Joe from . This month we’re discovering how to train in a way that we can measure. Are you training or exercising? Believe it or not there is a huge difference. Many people will think it’s the same thing but there are actually a few subtle differences. If you are going ...

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Bingley prepares for first walking festival

Bingley Walkers are Welcome has announced their first one day Walking Festival is to be held this year on Monday May 1st. The festival, which is being sponsored by Bingley Town Council, will take place on Early May Bank Holiday Monday and invites walkers from Bradford and district to take part in organised walks. The walks on offer range from ...

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Cricket that Bowls out Domestic Violence

BRADFORD-BASED CHARITY LAUNCHES GLOBAL ANTI-VIOLENCE SPORTING INITIATIVE AT HOUSE OF LORDS Last week, Opening Boundaries, a non-profit organisation dedicated to using sport to promote diversity and raise awareness of violence against women and girls, launched Bowling Out Domestic Violence, a national sporting initiative, in the House of Lords. Opening Boundaries has chosen White Ribbon UK as its charity partner for ...

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