As Haworth gears up for its biggest event of the year, Lindsey Moore looks back at its origins
Dennis Cullen, of East Morton, is on a mission to find the family of Dragoon Guard Alan Smith, who hatched an escape plan with his father during the Second World War
Find all this in the May 2017 issue of Down Your Way, on sale from 26th April.
The Middleton Railway in Leeds is holding a community day on Saturday with free train rides for all. A number of local community groups, including the Fire Brigade, the Greyhound Trust and the Friends of Middleton Park will show people what they do and how they can get involved. The railway is the world’s oldest working […]
Maureen Beddow, of Horsforth, recalls when her husband put his St John Ambulance training into practice and saved a boy’s life
Brian Waddington recalls a royal occasion, attended by his father Frank as a seventeen-year-old worker
Find all this in the April 2017 issue of Down Your Way, on sale from 23rd March.
As a teenage boy, Brian Wood of Heckmondwike kept a complete weather log of the Arctic conditions between 25 January and 21 March 1947.
Francis Forrest harvests some rich memories of early youth hostelling jaunts by bike all over Britain and into the French Alps and Riviera in the early 1950s
Down Your Way reader D Wright remembers her grandfather’s less-than-popular role in The Railway Children