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The Park 78/300

Today’ photograph from ‘the park’ shows the twin gatehouse lodges near to the north plantation at Temple Newsam looking very spring like.



Johann Berg Gudmundsson’s second-half introduction helped a lethargic Charlton come from behind and end their four match winless run.

The Icelandic hotshot came on at half-time and changed the game for Guy Luzon’s men. 1,330 more words

Match Reports

Tetley gallery - Leeds

So I said I was going to get out more and this week I finally got around to visiting the Tetley art gallery in Leeds. Opened in 2013 it’s situated in the building that once housed Tetley brewery for over 200 years. 165 more words


Summer Dates - Coming Soon!

Calling all diners – this is your four day warning! Now that the sun is out and shining we are ready to confirm our summer supperclub events. 233 more words

Underground Dining

Text Encoding Medieval Manuscripts: Dr Matthew J. Driscoll and Professor Elena Pierazzo

The workshop with Dr Matthew J. Driscoll, ‘Fundamentals of Text Encoding and Medieval Manuscripts’, took place on 14-15 March 2015

This two-day workshop gave medievalist-focused training on the theory and practice of encoding in XML using the… 222 more words

The Otley run, Headingley, Hyde Park and Woodhouse, Leeds

About eighteen months ago a few friends encouraged me to arrange a day out. This sort of developed into regular outings every couple of months, the theme being good beer, good food, good company and public transport. 1,655 more words


Mark E Smith Has Seen My Zine

I recently received this fantastic email from someone who bought my Mark E Smith zine a while back.

“Hi Jean,
You probably don’t remember me. We met at a zine fair in Wharf Chambers, Leeds, a couple of years ago (2012 I think, Possibly Footprint).
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