Headingley, Leeds, West Yorkshire today is dramatically different from the sleepy village first recorded in Domesday Book. Look closer, however, and its history can be found around every corner. In Headingley, 'This Pleasant Rural Village' Clues To The Past, Eveleigh Bradford tells the story
Published in association with the University College Durham Trust, Durham Castle: Fortress, Palace, College is sumptuously illustrated traces the history of Durham Castle, the magnificent building which, alongside the Cathedral, has dominated the Durham skyline for nearly a millennium.
Discover the women who ran Yorkshire's great houses! This book is a welcome exploration into the lives and achievements of the women of seven houses in the region, presenting their previously unheard stories for the first time.
A History of the Worshipful Company of Cooks traces the growth of the Livery from its origins in the Guild of Cooks of London that emerged in the twelfth century to the evolution of the modern Company. The book examines the different aspects of the catering trade, from ‘fast food’ cookshops to the role of Master Cooks who served the Royal Court.
Published to accompany the 2004-2005 Leeds City Art Gallery exhibition, this fully illustrated book charts the transformation of Newby Hall, near Ripon, and the work of some of the leading architects of the eighteenth century.
As Frankfurt International School approached its 50th anniversary, the school decided to document and celebrate its fifty colourful years of service to the Frankfurt Rhine-Main community in written form.