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York Fashion Week- What’s on?

Geordie Shore star Charlotte Cosby is headlining York Fashion Week this year, showcasing her fashionista clothing line. Other exciting events include, Pam Glew's eco-friendly Kimonos and the history of the corset and silver haired models, Annie Stirk and Rachel Peru, prove that grey is gorgeous in their silver, sassy campaign

Are the new-build proposals at the NRM on the wrong track?

The National Railway Museum in York has unveiled an exhibition showcasing design concepts for a new building; Central Hall. This development will form part of the museum's upcoming Vision 2025 scheme which is estimated to cost around £55 million. The venture is expected to involve other changes, including a transformation of both

Time to Feel Respected and Recognised

York’s International Women’s Week is back! This year focusing on the respect and recognition of women and their rights. Redress equality and provide a better understanding of women, for our generation and future generations, a global message of the annual celebration. The aim of the week is to focus of female equality, to

Double steam in York to celebrate Valentine’s Day

York station saw the arrival of two steam engines with The Valentine's White Rose on Saturday. This was a welcome visit, with the city struggling to endure the flooding brought on by Storm Ciara and Storm Dennis. Coronation class No. 6233 Duchess of Sutherland brought the tour up from Ealing Broadway

The Battle for Yorkshire: Video analysis

THE ELECTION, the result, now the analysis. After a night of live blogging constituency-by-constituency results of the Battle For Yorkshire, here is our TV round-up of what the Conservative victory may mean for the region.

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