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A collaboration between local farmers, producers, artists, restauranteurs, allotmenteers and the local community in Peterborough are the winners of the Love...

It has often been said that a dog is your best friend, and that’s certainly true when you think of those wonderful animals that are trained to help people who have hearing or sight problems. Then there are the brave search and rescue dogs, and...

With the imminent release of Spectre – the latest in the James Bond film series – our team set about analysing how the James Bond Fights. We wanted...

Donahey’s Dance School, which offers devoted Strictly fans the chance to meet the stars of the show at 4* weekend breaks around the UK, has recorded a huge...

The London Silver Company pledged its support to the terminal illness care and support charity, Marie Curie, by donating a pair of solid silver England rose...

The ‘pub walk’ is a classic British activity for couples, families, friends and committed hikers alike and the Harrogate District is renowned for its...

It may have been the Swinging Sixties but a new survey reveals we much prefer the way we live now. The evolution of the British home is laid bare in a fascinating...

With many people eagerly awaiting the release next year of the new Dad’s Army movie, filmed around Yorkshire earlier this year, visitors to Pickering between...

The two-day countryside extravaganza, the little sister to the Great Yorkshire Show, takes place on Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 October 2015. As well as classes...

The snuffling of hedgehogs in the hedgerows at dusk used to be a familiar sound in British gardens and countryside but sadly with much of their natural habitat...

Win tickets to the Rugby World Cup Final simply by counting the number of rugby balls hidden in a cartoon of Twickenham stadium.     MasterCard has...

It is often said that the Inuit have 50 different words for snow but researchers at the University of Glasgow have discovered that the Scots have even more. Researchers...

This autumn everyone is standing together in support of British food and British producers during British Food Fortnight. Politicians, top chefs and national...

A crack volunteer repair team descended upon The National Museum of Computing on Bletchley Park last weekend to restore 1980’s BBC micro-computers, one of...