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Dried Seeds

Growing up North: Prepping and pruning the winter garden

March 13, 2021 Comments Off on Growing up North: Prepping and pruning the winter garden

Looking out at the garden at this time of year is hardly an inspiring sight. But under the frost and brown dead stems are green shoots and a glimmer of hope for warmer days.

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Image by Hayley-Jane Sims

The Gayby Has Landed: A very COVID-19 winter

February 11, 2021 Comments Off on The Gayby Has Landed: A very COVID-19 winter

I’ve always tried to air on the chipper side of doom when it comes to getting through coronavirus times.

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The Gayby Has Landed: Parenting during COVID-19

January 6, 2021 Comments Off on The Gayby Has Landed: Parenting during COVID-19

There was a time when my biggest anxiety about having a child was that their rainbow origins would make them prime fodder for bullies.

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North Yorkshire, Paul Hunter

Photo Gallery: Winter scenes in North Yorkshire

December 23, 2019 Comments Off on Photo Gallery: Winter scenes in North Yorkshire

Northern Soul’s North Yorkshire Photographer, Paul Hunter, shares a gallery of striking images capturing the sights and colours across the region during the winter months including Scarth Nick, Cleveland Hills, Ingleby Arncliffe and Cod Beck lake, a now unused reservoir near Osmotherley.

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Snowy trees, image by Paul Hunter

Photo Gallery: Snowy Yorkshire scenes

December 12, 2017 Comments Off on Photo Gallery: Snowy Yorkshire scenes

Northern Soul’s North Yorkshire Photographer, Paul Hunter, braves the elements and shares a gallery of striking images capturing some extremely snowy scenes.

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Ali Smith

Review: Jackie Kay and Ali Smith, Manchester Literature Festival

December 8, 2017 Comments Off on Review: Jackie Kay and Ali Smith, Manchester Literature Festival

I can’t think of a better twosome to round off this year’s Manchester Literature Festival than Jackie Kay and Ali Smith.

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