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Lockdown links

A place where Lauras' YTU Crochet classes can carry on, with tutorials, patterns and project sharing.

A place where all your pets, big, small, cute, less cute, regular and irregular can be shared and adored by all.


A place for new, keen, average, experienced, rubbish, brilliant and meh bakers to submit their proudest baking creations for the YTU August competition.


Don't let high-altitude baking get you down. Here's how to ensure ...

This month's theme is all about getting creative. Channel your primary school art classes, get your children involved and show us your best artistic interpretation of yourself.

September's competition is a challenge of your detective skills and of how well you know your colleagues! Match the photograph with your work colleague for points!

*This is me, have a good laugh at my pigtails.



Yornetball: Call for Netballers

Anyone fancy playing netball?


Yornetball league is a friendly, informal and welcoming league for anyone who wants to get back into netball. Experienced players also very welcome. We have a very mixed bag of players at all different levels, coming together to have fun, make new friends and enjoy netball. The umpires give you hints and tips along the way to encourage you and help you improve and enjoy your game.  


It’s held at Archbishop Holgate school, Hull Road, York, every Tuesday and runs from 6.15pm to 9.15pm. If you join a team you play one game a week between those times. You can also sub for another team and play several games if you want!

Email Fi Rose if you’d like more info!

Inspired by the adventures of Mrs Hog, Heather and David provide updates on their garden friends through night vision camera footage and photographs.


A place where Sally, the unit's very own queen of the cocktail, will share recipes for her favourites during her quest to try them all before the end of lock-down!


Covid-19 and Creative Social Isolation

A mental health network focused on the power of bringing people together with social, cultural and community assets, sharing some home-based, creative ways to support mental health during these unique and uncertain times, including:

-Migrateful Online Cooking Classes

-Secret Cinema

-National Theatre Live

https://www.marchnetwork.org/creative-isolation