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Circus Zyair: Tickets for Two or Four with Popcorn at Roundhay Park, 8-13 September (Up to 65% Off)

Watch a traditional big-top circus show featuring clowns, acrobats and jugglers,...

£18
(was £37)
Two or Four Tickets to The Importance of Being Earnest or Murder on the Terrace, 19 - 28 August (Up to 50% Off)

Enjoy the tales of The Importance of Being Earnest or Murder on the Terrace, per...

£15
(was £30)
Choice of Photoshoot With Prints from £14 at In-Focus Photographic

A choice of photoshoot allows up to 18 people to strike a pose, with a selection...

£14
(was £14)
Lee Hill Riding School: Childrens Pony Party from £30 (Up to 65% Off)

Gymkhana riding games, grooming and pony care: kids can enjoy the full pony expe...

£30
(was £80)
Two-Hour Indian, Thai, Tapas or Italian Cooking Class for One at Ashburton Cookery School (40% Off)

Enjoy two-hour cook to go courses and learn how to prepare dishes like Pad Thai ...

£29
(was £50)
Battle Zone Archery for Ten with Xtreme Soccer

Ten adrenaline enthusiasts can take part in this new exhilirating game which can...

£159
(was £159)
Glass Neon Making Workshop For One or Two at Neon Workshops (71% Off)

Attend a two-hour class in learning the art and science of neon lights, with all...

£22
(was £75)
Vineyard Tour with a Two-Course Lunch, Wine Tasting and a Bottle of Wine for Two or Four at Holmfirth Vineyard (51% Off)

Customers can savour a two-course lunch, complemented by a vineyard tour and win...

£49
(was £99)

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News

Whistleblower claims Bradford school pupils left 'at risk'

A whistleblower warns vulnerable pupils will be left exposed to abuse without increased child protection at a Bradford school.

Leeds Festival: Traffic restrictions on A64 to take effect

Traffic restrictions are due to be put in place on a key link road between West and North Yorkshire ahead of the Leeds Festival.

Leeds stone paving to be marked to deter thieves

Paving stones are to be invisibly marked by a council to deter thieves from stealing them.

Murder-accused UK man 'admits brawl' with Bali policeman

A British man has reportedly admitted he had a violent confrontation with a police officer on the Indonesian resort island of Bali.

Damaged fire hydrant causes 30ft water spout in village

A damaged fire hydrant causes a 30ft water spout in the centre of a village as firefighters tackle a nearby blaze.

Rejected recyclable waste up 84% in England since 2011, data shows

The amount of household rubbish being rejected for recycling in England has increased by 84% over the past four years, government figures show.


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