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The Football Foundation reveals Increase in Participation!

The Football Foundation

TV’s Ben Shephard welcomes new figures showing 30 million hours of sport were played at Football Foundation facilities last year – The UK’s largest sports charity today published its Annual Review, which reveals an average increase in football participation of 7% last season across all sites it has invested in. – Multi-sport participation increased by an average of 8%. The ...

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Yorkshire Dance explore ‘Dramaturgy’

Yorkshire Dance

Yorkshire Dance presents an evening of live-directed dance dramaturgy with internationally renowned dramaturg On Friday 5 February, Yorkshire Dance will welcome Dutch dramaturg Peggy Olislaegers for the launch of the next set of Friday Firsts performance evenings. Kicking off the spring season will be Sketch 2, an evening of live-directed dance dramaturgy. Sketch 2 brings together artists from years one ...

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#Storytime at Bradford University


Q: What is #Storytime? A: It’s a kind of musical storytelling show, as yet, still under construction, combining original music, songs and stories as part of an exploration of different forms of narrative. Basically, Jackanory, with drums. Q: When is #Storytime? Thursday, 18 February 2016 from 19:00 to 22:00 (GMT) Q: Where is #Storytime? The Small Hall, The University of ...

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Calderdale Rising: Support for Flood Victims!

Calderdale Rising to support flooded businesses A crowdfunding campaign, called Calderdale Rising, is being launched tomorrow (Friday 15th January 2015) at 12:26pm to help support a number of the 1,250 businesses across Calderdale that were heavily affected by the 2015 Boxing Day floods. Headed up by Business for Calderdale and supported by other business groups in the area, over 70 ...

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Wine Tasting in Bradford!

The Alhambra Theatre December 2015 Enjoy a five course meal with wines from around the world. Jonathan Pedley, Master of Wine for Crown Cellars Wines will explain about the wines and why they have been paired with the menu. Jonathan is a lecturer and consultant and member of the Institute of Masters of Wine. At A Glance Includes a five ...

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Christmas Lights Spectacular at City Park

Christmas Lights

Don’t miss this incredible show featuring breathtaking aerial acrobats, live music and fireworks! Highly acclaimed British street theatre company, The Dream Engine return to City Park with Heliosphere for the Christmas Lights Spectacular – a stunning aerial piece where beautiful acrobats perform mesmerising moves while suspended below giant helium balloons. See The Diamond, a giant translucent pod where a magically ...

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Bradford’s Top 10 Budget Eats

Top 10 Budget Eats

You might be heading to Bradford for Salts Mill or the National Media Museum, but where to eat without breaking the bank? Karachi This famous old stager is one of Bradford’s original curry cafes. These were cheap, basic all-day (and late into the night) canteens, which opened in the 60s and 70s to serve the Asian textile workers who had ...

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Economy is Impossible to Forecast Says Mike Illes


Economy is Impossible to Forecast Says Model Boss Mike Illes A model agency boss, Mike Illes from London-based MOT Models, who to date has been very successful in predicting economic growth and decline, admits that today’s economy is highly erratic and virtually impossible to forecast. This finding is announced on the day that the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said ...

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Haworth Steampunk Weekend Will Be Returning For It’s 3rd Year


Haworth Steampunk Weekend 20th to 22nd November 2015 Haworth Steampunk Weekend will be returning for it’s 3rd year home of the Bronte Sisters and Keighley and Worth Valley Railway.We will once again be entertaining you with Music, Marching Bands, Dancers, Entertainers Burlesque Performers,Classic Vehicles,Tea Duelling, Steampunk Traders,Fashion Show,Steam Trains,Steampunk Masquerade Ball, and lots lots more. Please support this event to ...

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