Unprecedented times for all, but businesses are adapting and their inspirational creativity is showcased in truly wonderful ways … there’s lots to see and experience in Yorkshire.
Yorkshire’s Great British Bake Off champ David Atherton has had a hectic year, winning the country’s much-loved, primetime baking show, experiencing life in lockdown and launching "My First Cook Book".
Fifty years ago Alf Wight (aka James Herriot) released his first book, If Only they Could Talk, based on his life as a vet in the Yorkshire Dales. Since then his tales from the Dales have sold 80 million copies worldwide and a hit TV series started in the ‘70s.
Living in one of the world’s most populated cities, travelling as editor-in-chief of Vogue China to the most fabulous fashion destinations across the globe (when not restricted by regulations as a result of the coronavirus crisis) … just where does Angelica Cheung head to when taking a break from catwalks and cutting edge couture?
It’s fair to say that the last few months have been memorable for most in many ways, but for an incredibly inspirational chap from Keighley they’ve been quite phenomenal. Carolyn Nicoll caught up with the quick-witted and charming centenarian Captain Sir Tom Moore.
Coast, countryside … AND cities … Yorkshire has it all in abundance. Heaps of heritage, stylish shopping, brilliant bars, café culture, meandering through museums and admiring the arts … step out in the county’s cities for a day trip or an overnight stay
In the September - October edition of the digital This Is Y magazine, we've got interviews with the cast of the new All Creatures Great and Small adaptation, Captain Sir Tom Moore, David Atherton and Angelica Cheung, alongside a new quiz and many more exciting features.