Daily Archives: April 30, 2018

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Penalty fares to hit Yorkshire trainlines – are you ready?

By Samuel Bannister Rail users across Yorkshire could be hit with fines of at least £20 by Northern Rail’s Penalty Fares scheme. The transport company are clamping down on fare dodgers in a bid to better invest in their rail system. From Monday 14th May, penalty fares will be introduced across three lines in Yorkshire….

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Superheroes descend on Bradford

By Samiya Ahmad   People of Bradford are excited as they dress up as their favourite characters to watch the newest Marvel film which is causing a lot of positive attention. The moment all the Marvel fans have been waiting for. Avengers: Infinity War is out in cinema and they are excited to book their tickets to watch…

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Live Life, Live at Leeds

by Sophie Banks   As an award winning metropolitan festival which began in 2007, Live at Leeds’ aim has always been to showcase the best new emerging artists alongside more established acts around the world. James, a student promoter for Live at Leeds said: The aim of Live at Leeds is to create a fun…

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Horsforth Harriers compete in annual 10K race

By Amy Goodall Hundreds of people will take to the Apperley Bridge Canter as local running club mark their 14th year running as part of the Leeds Race series 2018. Thursday 31st May 2018 will see hundreds of people participate in this annual race. Woodhouse Grove School will mark the beginning of the 10K challenging race,…

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Kidderminster vs Bradford PA: Match Preview

By Lewis Oldham Bradford Park Avenue face Kidderminster on Wednesday night in the first of two games to decide the Semi-Finalists of the play-offs in the National League North. Bradford PA had to wait until the final day of the season to secure their place, which they did by defeating Wednesday’s opponents Kidderminster 2-1. A…

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The World on Our Doorstep: Horsforth refugee event

By Emily Smith  ‘The World on Our Doorstep’ refugee event held at St Margaret’s Church was an evening full of laughter, food and happiness. But most importantly it was an evening to reflect on the experiences of refugees and asylum seekers in the community. Leeds Refugee Council, St Margaret’s Church and City of Sanctuary hosted…

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Match preview: Bradford City v Walsall

By Finley Cowperthwaite West Yorkshire club Bradford City will be aiming to finish their Sky Bet League One home campaign on a high when they host a struggling Walsall side on Tuesday night. It has been a disappointing season as far as the Bantams are concerned, and after their home loss against Southend on Saturday…

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