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A chorus of approval from military wives

A chorus of approval from military wives

The Arts - 1st May

Ever since the Military Wives Choir first burst onto our television screens and into our hearts in 2011, the courage, comradeship and passion of its members has inspired the nation.

Beauty and fear

Beauty and fear

The Arts - 1st April

In an age of conceptual artists and installation art, when pickled sharks or unmade beds can sell to collectors for absurd prices, Karen Devereux creates her artwork the old-fashioned way – with skill, care and intelligence.

Following the beat of a different drum

Following the beat of a different drum

The Arts - 1st October

In a 50-year career, Gilson Lavis has provided the beat for some of the biggest names in popular music: from Chuck Berry to Dusty Springfield, with chart-topping band Squeeze and for the past two decades with national treasure Jools Holland. His drumming still makes him happy, but the discovery five years ago that he could paint has taken that happiness to a different level.

Craig Garner

Craig Garner

The Arts - 1st October

No part is too big for this ambitious actor and performer

The history of Tolethorpe

The history of Tolethorpe

The Arts - 1st May

I have spent many happy evenings at Tolethorpe Hall, picnicking in the sunshine whilst looking forward to a night watching the Stamford Shakespeare Company giving one of their brilliant performances.

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