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Today marks the first steps towards a new home. My ‘practically perfect in every way’ apartment went on the market. Emotions flooded my...
Bettys bookable afternoon tea is available in Bettys Harrogate and York. The bookable afternoon tea is served in rooms above the main cafes. One great advantage to the bookable afternoon tea is the absence of queues. A huge advantage at this time of year.
Before Christmas, Harrogate Tribe collaborated with local salon, The Phoenix Lounge. To offer mini demonstrations, learning about curling hair, hair up styling, looking after your skin, Reflexology and applying makeup all so you can be Christmas Party Ready!
Harrogate Tribe helps you to connect with your town by working with great independents and the Harrogate community. To build the brand we worked with Harrogate designer, Christian Bailey on a new look.
'Tis the season to be jolly - and what could be more festive than an afternoon crafting with a gorgeous bunch of bloggers at the Moonpig #merriertogether event.
Did you miss the best shopping event of the year? Or regrettably didn’t buy that cute candle or sumptuous slippers you saw. Well this is your complete guide to shopping the Indie Christmas event. Below is a full list of suppliers, how to buy from them and some great gift ideas I saw at each stand.
Christmas has arrived when your wreath is hung proudly on your front door. And what could make you prouder than saying you made that wreath! On Thursday 6th December, enjoy an exclusive evening with the very talented Sarah from Leafy Couture who will show you how to create your luxurious Christmas garland.
Be enchanted as you enter a beautiful Winter Wonderland at the four-star hotel, Oulton Hall. This November and December the 18th century mansion is transforming into a Christmas wonderland to wow any festive party guest!
This week see's Harrogate once again gear up for another incredible Christmas. Here's everything you need to know to join in the celebrations.
Surrounded by magnificent fells lies the honeyed-stone village of Blanchland. Built by 12th Century monks, using stone from the Abbey, the village straddles the borders of Northumberland and County Durham and is home to one of the oldest hotels in the country.