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Liverpool continue chase for £20m-rated versatile defender   

Liverpool are continuing to scout the highly-rated Leeds United defender, Ben White, amid talk of a possible move. The Brighton loanee has been in fantastic form for the Whites this term. He has become a central figure for Marcelo Bielsa’s side and has been integral at the heart of the Whites’ defence. However, those displays… Read More »

Meet the Crew: Theresia Cadwallader   

Meet the Crew on the Clipper Race Ocean Adventure

Meet the Clipper 2019-20 Race Crew

Name: Theresia Cadwallader

Age: 60

Occupation: Self-employed Jewellery Designer

Nationality: British

Hometown: Merseyside

Leg: 5

Team: Dare to Lead

Theresia Cadwallader, who was a former Civil Engineer, has now taken a new career path as a Jewellery Designer, but that is not her new challenge in her life. Having previously taken up dinghy sailing, and sailing on holidays in different destinations, nothing has reached the scale of crossing open oceans. However, her true inspiration for taking this leap of faith from her comfort zone and take part in the Clipper Race comes from her son’s love for sailing. After unfortunately, finding out that her son had a severe traumatic brain injury, Leeds Hospital were truly amazing in the care and everything they did to help save her son. Theresia wants to help give back to say thank you for the astounding work they have done, by fundraising so they can continue to help others.

Theresia said: “He was lucky to be treated at the Neuro Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at the LGI and they saved his life through their dedication, skill, hard work and willingness to think outside the box. He was very ill and had to stay in their care for six weeks until he was stable enough to move to other units - the ward was our home too for those six weeks. After eight months in hospital, he underwent five years’ intensive rehabilitation, he is still improving.”

She has been encouraged by her friends and family to take part in the race, not only for herself but for her son too. The Clipper Race will give her the once in a lifetime experience to cross oceans, further her knowledge and increase her sailing miles. With her ultimate goal relaying her knowledge giving her the chance to take this experience one step further, to get her son back to sailing - his passion in life.

Theresia will be leaving the Whitsundays, Australia, to sail to Sanya, China, onto Subic Bay, Philippines, and complete her experience in Zhuhai, China. Choosing Leg 5 was important to Theresia, with having family in Sydney and in Brisbane, creating a special connection and importance to her in this leg.

This experience will allow her to soak up the whole adventure, to say she has achieved something remarkable and proud to say that she has accomplished; crossing the equator, the wrath of the doldrums and the tough climate conditions, just to name a few.

Sailing with the sense of freedom in the vast open ocean is something that Theresia is looking forward to. She said she is excited to “be doing something different from my daily routine, to have new experiences that will challenge me physically, mentally and just enjoying the sailing. Freedom. I’m looking forward to spending time, working and living as a team on board.”

She will face the most challenging aspect of leaving her loving family behind whilst she takes on her next challenge, but in the same moment spurring her towards her goals. She hopes spending more time on the water this summer with a difference of getting her son back on the water for his dream to continue sailing whilst teaching him all about her Clipper Race journey, inspiring his dreams.

If you feel inspired by Theresia’s story and if you want to achieve your own remarkable journey, take action now and sign up to the Clipper 2022-21 Race, or follow the current race and read the daily crew blogs to get further insight into what you could experience.


Leeds United have huge offer rejected for West Brom linked forward – Birmingham Live   

We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see ourPrivacy Noticefor details of your data protection rights Invalid Email Leeds United, West Brom’s promotion rivals, have had a third bid rejected for Southampton forward Che Adams. Striker Adams, who cost the Saints £16m from Birmingham City in the summer, is yet to score for the Premier League side since making the step up this season, but he has shown signs of finding his feet in recent weeks and set up in form teammate Danny Ings for the winner at Leicester City recently. Albion have also been

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Asda teams up with leading brands on refill store trial   

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Leeds United fail with third bid for Southampton forward Che Adams?   

Southampton reportedly reject Leeds United's latest offer for Che Adams as the Yorkshire giants continue their search for a new forward.

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Leeds' pulling power lands lucrative adidas kit deal for next season   

EXCLUSIVE BY DAVID COVERDALE: Leeds have agreed a major new kit deal with adidas, which will see the club wear the famous three stripes for the first time in their 100-year history.

Rob Burrow holds back tears after Leeds Rhinos legend was diagnosed with motor neurone disease    

Rob Burrow (left) held back tears as he took to the field with his three children in tow for a fundraising match after the Leeds Rhinos legend was diagnosed with motor neurone disease.

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Boeing Again Pushes Back Guesstimated 737 Max “Good to Go” Date to Mid 2020 as Company Bleeds Cash   

Yet more bad news for the 737 Max.


Charlton 0-0 Fulham: Cottagers fail to pile pressure on flagging Leeds and West Brom    

ADAM SHERGOLD AT THE VALLEY: Fulham passed up the opportunity to pile more pressure on Leeds United and West Bromwich Albion as they failed to find the incision to break down Charlton.

Retreat to be held at Leeds Trinity   

YOUNG Catholics from across the UK will take part in a retreat at Leeds Trinity University.

Graduate launches fitness app   

A LEEDS Trinity University sports graduate has launched a new health and fitness app to encourage people to exercise and eat a healthy diet.

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Late McCollum strike seals Rhydding win   

AFTER a disappointing result last week, Ben Rhydding stepped up and produced a gritty home performance to beat local rivals Leeds 2nds 2-1.

Así gestiona Marko el programa de pilotos de Red Bull, el más criticado y envidiado   


Desde que llegara a la Fórmula 1 con su propio equipo en 2005, Red Bull ha apoyado la promoción de jóvenes pilotos a lo largo y ancho del panorama internacional de categorías inferiores del automovilismo. La creación del Red Bull Junior Team fue la consecuencia de una serie de patrocinios a jóvenes talentos que acabó sirviendo como plataforma para llegar a la categoría reina a través de Scuderia Toro Rosso (ahora Alpha Tauri) y Red Bull Racing.

Sebastien Bourdais, Sebastian Vettel, Sebastien Buemi, Jean-Eric Vergne, Daniel Ricciardo, Brendon Hartley, Carlos Sainz, Max Verstappen o Alexander Albon son algunos de los nombres más relevantes de una larga lista de candidatos a triunfar en la Fórmula 1 que, si bien no en todos los casos lo consiguieron, sí aprovecharon la oportunidad para convertirse en pilotos profesionales de reconocido prestigio y éxito deportivo.

Campeones del Mundo de Fórmula 1, del WEC, de la IndyCar o de la Fórmula E han contribuido a otorgarle un notable prestigio al programa de promoción de talentos, pero de igual modo otros como Scott Speed, Jaime Alguersuari, Daniil Kvyat, Dan Ticktum o Patricio O’Ward han generado múltiples críticas a la gestión de un Helmut Marko que es considerado excesivamente exigente por muchos.

Una oportunidad

Helmut Marko ha defendido el punto de vista de Red Bull a la hora de desarrollar talentos, argumentando que sin el programa muchos de ellos no habrían tenido las oportunidades necesarias para convertirse en pilotos profesionales.

«Muchos de nuestros juniors tienen éxito. Ganan un buen dinero y han convertido su hobby en una profesión. Eso es genial», señaló Helmut Marko en declaraciones a Autosport. «Al principio, el equipo junior era una especie de patrocinio porque todos saben lo caro que es el automovilismo y Dietrich Mateschitz (propietario de Red Bull) dijo que quería darles una oportunidad a los pilotos».

asi-funciona-programa-jovenes-pilotos-reBrendon Hartley (izquierda), tuvo que salir del programa de pilotos de Red Bull para tener éxito en el automovilismo.

Pero pilotos como Christian Klien, Vitantonio Liuzzi o Robert Doornbos no supieron aprovechar la oportunidad, por lo que el enfoque de Marko y Red Bull comenzó a ser más ambicioso para cumplir el objetivo de nutrir de potenciales campeones a sus dos equipos de la parrilla. «De repente tuvimos dos equipos de Fórmula 1 y luego quedó claro que apoyar a alguien porque es relativamente exitoso no es suficiente. Se decidió que al menos deben tener potencial para ganar un Gran Premio. Y es por eso que la selección se ha vuelto más rigurosa», aclaró Marko.

Según el austriaco, Red Bull brinda oportunidades a pilotos que de otro modo no habrían ascendido en la pirámide del automovilismo. «No puedo entender la crítica, porque financiamos a los pilotos para una o dos temporadas completas. Sin estos fondos, nunca habrían llegado a esta situación. Y si no es suficiente para la F1, bueno, sólo hay 20 y sabemos que no todos participan únicamente por sus habilidades».

El programa, un éxito

Actualmente, Ferrari, Mercedes, Renault, McLaren y otros tienen su propio programa de jóvenes pilotos, pero Marko afirma que el de Red Bull y Toro Rosso es con diferencia el más exitoso. «¿Cuántos pilotos de nuestro programa han ganado un Gran Premio? Vettel, Ricciardo y Max (Verstappen). Estamos contentos y orgullosos, y estamos siendo copiados a gran escala. Pero ninguno de los otros programas se ha acercado a lo que hemos logrado».

Tras la marcha de Carlos Sainz a Renault y el bajo rendimiento de Daniil Kvyat en 2017, Red Bull tuvo que recurrir a un piloto expulsado del programa años atrás: Brendon Hartley, que tras dejar Red Bull se convirtió en campeón del mundo de resistencia y ganador de las 24 Horas de Le Mans con Porsche. En 2019, se produjo una situación similar con Daniel Ricciardo y Marko recurrió a dos pilotos expulsados del programa para completar la alineación de Toro Rosso: el mencionado Daniil Kvyat y Alexander Albon. 

«Estamos contentos y orgullosos, hemos sido copiados a gran escala pero nadie se acerca a lo que hemos logrado»

Algo que, sin embargo, no volverá a repetirse con reputados pilotos como Sebastien Buemi o Jean-Eric Vergne, campeón del WEC y de la Fórmula E el suizo y de la Fórmula E el francés. «El tema está cerrado. Han hecho carrera en otras direcciones y otras categorías de automovilismo. La Fórmula E es algo completamente diferente de los requisitos que tenemos en la Fórmula 1, en la que casi Vergne sería un recién llegado y le llevaría toda una temporada acostumbrarse a las particularidades del neumático Pirelli. Sólo por esa razón, ya es cosa del pasado», concluyó Marko.

Las últimas salidas del programa de jóvenes pilotos han sido protagonizadas por Dan Ticktum y Patricio O’Ward. El primero es actual piloto de desarrollo de Williams y el segundo volverá a la IndyCar este año como piloto titular de Arrow Mclaren SP.

Pilotos pertenecientes al Red Bull Junior Team

Ricardo Mauricio2001-2002
Bernhard Auinger2001-2003
Patrick Friesacher2001-2003
Reinhard Kofler2001-2004
Christopher Wassermann2001-2004
Christian Klien2001-2006
Sebastian Vettel2001-2014
Martin Ragginger2002-2006
Vitantonio Liuzzi2002-2007
Paul Edwards2003
Grant Maiman2003
Joel Nelson2003
Norbert Siedler2003-2004
Mathias Lauda2003-2004
Scott Speed2003-2007
Dominique Claessens2004
Matt Jaskol2004
Narain Karthikeyan2004
Atte Mustonen2004
Guillermo Rojas2004
Colin Fleming2004-2006
Michael Ammermüller2004-2007
Adrian Zaugg2004-2007
Jim Ka To2005
Matías Milla2005
Teemu Nyman2005
Philipp Eng2005-2006
Filipe Alburquerque2005-2007
John Edwards2005-2007
Neel Jani2005 y 2007
Stefano Coletti2005-2008
Mikhail Aleshin2005-2009
Sebastien BuemiDesde 2005
Sergey Afanasiev2006
Nathan Antunes2006
Yoshikata Kuroda2006
Niall Quinn2006
Oliver Oakes2006-2007
Edoardo Piscopo2006-2007
Robert Wickens2006-2009
Jaime Alguersuari2006-2011
Brendon Hartley2006-2010/2017-2018
Pedro Bianchini2007
Kevin Mirocha2007
Daniel Morad2007
Tom Dillmann2007-2008
Jean-Karl Vernay2007-2008
Mika Maki2007-2009
Karun Chandhock2008
Daniel Juncadella2008-2009
Sebastien Bourdais2008-2009
Jean-Eric Vergne2008-2014
Daniel Ricciardo2008-2018
Mirko Bortolotti2009
Carlos Sainz2010-2018
Daniil Kvyat2010-2017/Desde 2019
Lewis Williamson2012
Alexander Albon2012/Desde 2019
Stefan Wackerbauer2013
Antonio Felix Da Costa2012-2013
Callan O'Keeffe2012-2013
Tom Blomqvist2013
Beitske Visser2013
Alex Lynn2014
Max VerstappenDesde 2014
Pierre GaslyDesde 2014
Callum Ilott2015
Dean Stoneman2015
Luis Leeds2016
Sergio Sette Camara2016
Niko Kari2016-2017
Richard Verschoor2016-2017
Neil Verhagen2017-2018
Dan Ticktum2017-2019
Juri VipsDesde 2018
Dennis HaugerDesde 2018
Jonny EdgarDesde 2018
Harry ThompsonDesde 2018
Patricio O'Ward2019
Jack DoohanDesde 2019
Lucas AuerDesde 2019
Yuki TsunodaDesde 2019
Liam LawsonDesde 2019


La noticia Así gestiona Marko el programa de pilotos de Red Bull, el más criticado y envidiado fue publicada originalmente en @motorpuntoes por David Plaza.


In Groenlandia aumenta lo scioglimento del ghiaccio   


In Groenlandia aumenta lo scioglimento del ghiaccio

La Groenlandia sta perdendo ghiaccio sette volte più velocemente rispetto agli anni '90 e sta monitorando il pannello intergovernativo sullo scenario di riscaldamento climatico di fascia alta, che prevede 40 milioni di persone in più esposte alle inondazioni costiere entro il 2100.

Un team di 96 scienziati, appartenenti a 50 organizzazioni internazionali, ha stilato il quadro completo inerente alla perdita di ghiaccio in Groenlandia. Il gruppo Inter-comparison Exercise (IMBIE) ha combinato 26 sondaggi separati per calcolare i cambiamenti nella massa della calotta glaciale della Groenlandia tra il 1992 e il 2018. Complessivamente, sono stati utilizzati i dati di 11 diverse missioni satellitari, comprese le misurazioni del cambiamento della calotta glaciale: volume, flusso e gravità.

I risultati, pubblicati su Nature (1), mostrano che la Groenlandia ha perso 3,8 trilioni di tonnellate di ghiaccio dal 1992 - abbastanza per far salire i livelli del mare globale di 10,6 millimetri. Il tasso di perdita di ghiaccio è passato da 33 miliardi di tonnellate all'anno negli anni '90 a 254 miliardi di tonnellate all'anno nell'ultimo decennio - un aumento di sette volte entro tre decenni.

La valutazione, guidata dal professor Andrew Shepherd (2) dell'Università di Leeds e dal dottor Erik Ivins (3) del Jet Propulsion Laboratory della NASA in California, è stata sostenuta dall'Agenzia spaziale europea (ESA) e dalla National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).

Nel 2013, il gruppo intergovernativo di esperti sui cambiamenti climatici (IPCC) ha previsto che i livelli globali del mare aumenteranno di 60 centimetri entro il 2100, mettendo a rischio 360 milioni di persone a causa di inondazioni costiere annuali. Questo nuovo studio mostra che le perdite di ghiaccio della Groenlandia stanno aumentando più rapidamente del previsto e stanno invece monitorando lo scenario di riscaldamento climatico di fascia alta dell'IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change), che prevede 7 centimetri in più.

Il professor Andrew Shepherd avvisa: «Come regola generale, per ogni centimetro di innalzamento del livello del mare globale, altri sei milioni di persone sono esposte alle inondazioni costiere in tutto il pianeta. Sulle tendenze attuali, lo scioglimento dei ghiacci della Groenlandia, con il conseguente innalzamento del livello del mare, causerà l'allagamento di aree abitare da 100 milioni di persone ogni anno entro la fine del secolo, quindi 400 milioni in totale. Questi non sono eventi improbabili o piccoli impatti; stanno accadendo e saranno devastanti per le comunità costiere

Il team ha anche utilizzato modelli climatici regionali per dimostrare che metà delle perdite di ghiaccio sono causate dallo scioglimento della superficie e dall'incremento della temperatura dell'aria, mentre l'altra metà è dovuta all'aumento del flusso del ghiacciaio innescato dall'aumento delle temperature oceaniche.

Le perdite di ghiaccio hanno raggiunto il picco di 335 miliardi di tonnellate all'anno nel 2011 - dieci volte il tasso degli anni '90 - durante un periodo di intenso scioglimento della superficie. Anche se da allora il tasso di perdita di ghiaccio è sceso a una media di 238 miliardi di tonnellate all'anno, rimane sette volte superiore e non include tutto il 2019, il che potrebbe stabilire un nuovo massimo a causa del diffuso scioglimento estivo.

Il dottor Erik Ivins ha dichiarato: «Le osservazioni satellitari sul ghiaccio polare sono essenziali per il monitoraggio e la previsione di come i cambiamenti climatici potrebbero influenzare le perdite di ghiaccio e l'innalzamento del livello del mare. La simulazione al computer ci consente di fare proiezioni da scenari di cambiamento climatico, ma le misurazioni satellitari forniscono prove inconfutabili. Il nostro progetto è un ottimo esempio dell'importanza della collaborazione internazionale per affrontare problemi di portata globale.»

La dottoressa Guðfinna Aðalgeirsdóttir, (4) professoressa di glaciologia all'Università dell'Islanda e autrice principale del sesto rapporto di valutazione del gruppo intergovernativo sui cambiamenti climatici, che non era coinvolto nello studio, ha dichiarato: «La stima riconciliata del team IMBIE sulla perdita di ghiaccio in Groenlandia è puntuale per l'IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change). Le loro osservazioni satellitari mostrano che sia lo scioglimento che lo scarico del ghiaccio dalla Groenlandia sono aumentati dall'inizio delle osservazioni. Le calotte di ghiaccio in Islanda hanno avuto una riduzione simile nella perdita di ghiaccio negli ultimi due anni, ma la scorsa estate è stata molto calda e questo ha cagionato perdite più elevate. Mi aspetto un aumento simile nella perdita di massa in Groenlandia per il 2019. È molto importante continuare a monitorare le grandi calotte glaciali per sapere quanto innalzano il livello del mare ogni anno.»

Note degli editori:

L'IPCC prevede che il livello del mare salirà da 50 a 70 centimetri entro il 2100 in base al percorso di concentrazione raccomandato (RCP) 4.5 (Church et al., 2013), con una stima a medio raggio di 60 centimetri. Si prevede che la Groenlandia contribuirà da 5 a 16 centimetri di questo aumento, con una stima a medio raggio di 9 centimetri.

360 milioni di persone saranno esposte alle inondazioni costiere annuali sotto RCP4.5 entro il 2100 (Kulp e Strauss, 2019).

Il 2019 è stato un anno eccezionale per lo scioglimento estivo in Groenlandia (Tedesco et al., 2019)

Lo studio è il risultato dell'esercizio di inter-comparazione del bilancio di massa della calotta glaciale (IMBIE) supportato dalla ESA Climate Change Initiative e dal programma NASA Cryosphere. Il professor Shepherd è stato inoltre supportato dalla Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Award e dal Natural Environment Research Council Centre for Polar Observation and Modeling del Regno Unito.

Le missioni satellitari che forniscono i dati per questo studio sono ERS-1, ERS-2, Envisat e CryoSat-2 dell'Agenzia spaziale europea, Sentinel-1 e Sentinel-2 dell'Unione europea, il Sistema di osservazione terrestre avanzato dell'Agenzia di esplorazione aerospaziale giapponese; l'agenzia spaziale canadese RADARSAT-1 e RADARSAT-2; il NASA Ice, Cloud e Land Elevation Satellite; l'esperimento di recupero di gravità e clima della NASA / Centro aerospaziale tedesco; l'Agenzia Spaziale Italiana COSMO-SkyMed e il Centro aerospaziale tedesco TerraSAR-X.

360 miliardi di tonnellate di ghiaccio equivalgono all'incirca a 1 millimetro di aumento globale del livello del mare.


(1) Mass balance of the Greenland Ice Sheet from 1992 to 2018

(2) Andrew Shepherd

(3) Erik Ivins

(4) Guðfinna Aðalgeirsdóttir

Descrizione foto: foto aerea di iceberg che scaricano dal ghiacciaio Jakobshavn della Groenlandia. - Credit: William Colgan, Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland.

Autore traduzione riassuntiva e adattamento linguistico: Edoardo Capuano / Articolo originale: Greenland losing ice 'faster than expected'


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John Gallagher, Leeds, presents his research on language acquisition in early modern England. Seminar organized jointly with the English department in English.

Museum’s unusual instrument is a real glass act   


For Georgian virtuosos, it was the ideal instrument for showing audiences they were in a glass of their own.

And this month, Leeds’s own incredible glass harp is set to strike a chord with visitors to a new exhibition celebrating hundreds of years of the city’s musical memories.

Made in 1820 by Leeds craftsman Joshua Muff, the glass harp is a beautiful example of an instrument which first became popular in the 18th century.

Played by running a chalked or moistened finger round a series of glasses of different shapes and sizes, the instruments were even played at concerts in London and Copenhagen by maestros such as Richard Pockrich and Christoph Willibald Gluck.

First acquired by Leeds Museums and Galleries collection in 1953, the Leeds glass harp is set to star in the Sounds of our City exhibition when it opens at Abbey House Museum later this month.

Kitty Ross, Leeds Museums and Galleries’ curator of social history has been bringing a huge range of instruments and Leeds music memorabilia together for the exhibition.

She said: “The glass harp is a really beautiful and unusual example of the many different ways music has inspired people from different eras to create new ways of making sound, performing music and expressing themselves.

“Leeds has an incredibly rich and diverse musical history stretching back hundreds of years. The city has been home to superbly skilled artisans who created beautiful instruments, a leading centre for the manufacture of vintage gramophones and radios and a host for some historic concerts by iconic stars.

“This exhibition draws on that history as well as the individual stories, memories and experiences which have made music such an important part of the lives of people from communities across the city.”

Sounds of Our City includes other exhibits which explore how we first encounter music at home and school, Leeds-made instruments and sound equipment and some of the different venues associated with music in the city over the past 200 years.

Other objects on display will include a stunning newly-restored 1850s Dearlove double bass, made in Leeds and a skeleton or mute violin from around 1880, which was used by musicians so they could practice more quietly.

Also part of the exhibition will be a song book, featuring a song entitled This is our Opening Day, which was written and performed for the opening of Roundhay Park in 1872.

The song was written by a local estate agent and has been newly performed and recorded for the exhibition by a group of local students.

Sounds of Our City will also include a series of workshops inspired by the exhibition, including a talk on forgotten women composers and a session on Roundhay Park’s part in live music in Leeds, which will look at a series of personal recollections, photos and objects.

Sounds of Our City opens on January 25 and runs until December 31. More details on the exhibition and workshops can be found at:


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Abbey House Museum opened in 1927 as a museum and boasts three 19th century Victorian streets with authentically recreated shops, pub and houses. Exhibits range from the 19th century equivalent of a modern high street with a chemist, ironmongers, haberdashers, mourning warehouse and traditional Victorian drinking house, to the residential districts housing the poor. On the first floor there are childhood galleries exploring toys through the ages plus temporary exhibition galleries. Also contained within the museum is the original gatehouse of Kirkstall Abbey with vaulted ceilings and stained glass windows. The museum is set within formal gardens with a good car park opposite and is located just three miles from Leeds city centre.


Spot the difference as historic photo is recreated for Museum Selfie Day   


An historic photo thought to be one of the world’s oldest selfies has been recreated more than 130-years after it was first captured by a pioneering Leeds inventor.

The eye-catching original was taken by trailblazing Leeds-born astronomer and engineer Washington Teasdale in the grounds of Kirkstall Abbey back in 1883 and has been reimagined to mark today’s Museum Selfie Day.

Teasdale's image is believed to be one of the world’s oldest examples of someone both taking and appearing in a photograph, a feat Teasdale could only accomplish because of the exceptionally long exposure time on cameras of his era.

Museum Selfie Day is a global social media event which sees people taking selfies in museums across the world, raising awareness of the collections and encouraging the public to visit, take a 'selfie' and post on social media with the hashtag #museumselfie.

Chris Sharp, Leeds Museums and Galleries' assistant community curator donned a traditional top hat to follow in Teasdale’s footsteps in the grounds of the spectacular Cistercian abbey this week and help come up with a unique Leeds photo for the day.

Teasdale was a leading figure in fields including naturalism and engineering and used a type of photography called cyanotype, which is still used today to create architectural blueprints. Chris even recreated that process, developing his own modern cyanotype.

He said: “Washington Teasdale was a remarkable person with a truly incredible mind and it was amazing to think that I was sitting in pretty much the same place, taking the same photo he did all those years ago.

“Museum Selfie Day is a really fun and imaginative way of showcasing Leeds alongside collections and venues from across the world. It’s also a real tribute to Teasdale and his extraordinary accomplishments that we’re still being inspired by his work more than 130 years later.”

A copy of Teasdale’s original photo is currently on display at Leeds Industrial Museum as part of Leeds to Innovation, an exhibition celebrating the city’s best and brightest minds.

After working in India as a civil engineer on the railways in the 1850s, Teasdale came home to Leeds and chaired the Leeds Astronomical Society where he was instrumental in recruiting more female members. The society is still active today.

A member of the Naturalist Society he invented his own field microscope to study insects and pushed the boundaries of photography to capture detailed images of the moon through his telescope.

A respected expert on everything scientific, he lived in a house on Hyde Park Road which was filled with a scientific apparatus and works of art.

Leeds to Innovation is open now at Leeds Industrial Museum and features more incredible stories of local inventors and their astounding creations.

For more details about the museum including admission times and charges, please visit:


For media enquiries, please contact:

Stuart Robinson

Communications Officer

Leeds City Council

Tel: 0113 378 9182


Notes to editors:

Leeds Industrial Museum is housed within Armley Mills, a Grade II listed building which was once the worlds’ largest woollen mill. The galleries and collections tell the stories behind the industries which have shaped Leeds into the successful city it is today from weaving to steam engines and more.

The textile galleries contain spinning wheels and working looms, offering insight into the wool and cloth industries which once made Leeds world famous. Tailoring galleries tell the tales behind how Leeds helped to launch high street fashion and Media in The Mill celebrates the historical importance of the creative industries, from film to photography and print making.

Further museum spaces have been recreated and restored to their former glory including the Victorian school room and Mill Managers Cottage. The museum is also home to the Palace Picture House, a twenty-four seat 1920s cinema which screens family films and vintage classics throughout the year.

Address: Canal Road, Armley, LS12 2QFTelephone Number: 0113 378 3173


Museum rolls back the years with one pound entry for local folk   


Fascinating photos capturing life at what was once the world’s biggest woollen mill have been revealed ahead of a new museum project celebrating the Armley community.

The historic images show machinery, staff and owners of Armley Mills through generations, illustrating in remarkable detail the changing face of what is now Leeds Industrial Museum.

The pictures, taken over the course of more than a century, have been released as the attraction launches a unique new offer giving the people of Armley the chance to explore the former mill for just a pound.

As of today, entry to the museum will be a pound per person for anyone with an LS12 postcode, meaning residents in the Armley community can find out more about a site that was once the beating heart of the city’s textile trade.

Visitors can also take the opportunity to see the museum’s current Leeds to Innovation exhibition, which looks back at 300 years of Leeds inventors and their creations from lighthouses to board games and miniature cars.

Originally a fulling mill from at least the early 1500s, the site was bought in the late 1700s by Colonel Thomas Lloyd, a Leeds cloth merchant who expanded operations dramatically, so much so that Armley was soon home to the world's largest woollen mill.

The original buildings later burned down, but were rebuilt in 1805 by noted industrialist Benjamin Gott, the owner of several mills in the area.

Although production ended in 1969, the site reopened as Leeds Industrial Museum in 1982 and today showcases an incredible array of vintage machinery including traditional looms and other textile equipment, some of which is still operational.

John McGoldrick, Leeds Museums and Galleries’ curator of industrial history, said: “Leeds Industrial Museum has played a huge part in establishing Leeds as a global industrial power and a leader in production and innovation.

"But it’s also been part of the Armley community for more than 300 years and has grown, developed and changed alongside the local area, developing a really strong connection with the people who live here that still exists today.

“We’re really pleased and proud to be giving those people living in Armley a chance to find out more about a place that’s such a key part of their local heritage.”

Over the February half term, Leeds Industrial Museum will also be hosting family-friendly activities including classic films in one of the UK’s smallest cinemas and a chance to build and code programmable Lego.

Entry for a pound for those with an LS12 postcode is per person and available with proof of address such as a recent utility bill, passport or driver’s license.

For more information visit:


For media enquiries, please contact:

Stuart Robinson

Communications Officer

Leeds City Council

Tel: 0113 378 9182


Notes to editors:

Leeds Industrial Museum is housed within Armley Mills, a Grade II listed building which was once the worlds’ largest woollen mill. The galleries and collections tell the stories behind the industries which have shaped Leeds into the successful city it is today from weaving to steam engines and more.

The textile galleries contain spinning wheels and working looms, offering insight into the wool and cloth industries which once made Leeds world famous. Tailoring galleries tell the tales behind how Leeds helped to launch high street fashion and Media in The Mill celebrates the historical importance of the creative industries, from film to photography and print making.

Further museum spaces have been recreated and restored to their former glory including the Victorian school room and Mill Managers Cottage. The museum is also home to the Palace Picture House, a twenty-four seat 1920s cinema which screens family films and vintage classics throughout the year.

Address: Canal Road, Armley, LS12 2QF

Telephone Number: 0113 378 3173


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In a bid to cut out plastic and unnecessary packaging, Asda has joined forces with some of the UK’s best known household brands to launch refill stations its first ‘test and learn’ sustainability store in its heartland of Leeds. From May, the Leeds based store will follow in the footsteps on Waitrose Unpacked and become […]

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Tous les chemins mènent à AIR PROVENCE, ou presque ! Que vous veniez en avion ou en train, voici les principaux points d’accès à la Provence. Suivez le Guide !


Aéroport de Nice
L’aéroport de Nice propose des liaisons quotidiennes avec Paris, mais aussi des vols directs depuis plus d’une dizaine de villes françaises et de nombreux pays européens : Allemagne (Berlin, Cologne, Düsseldorf, Francfort, Hambourg, Munich), Autriche (Vienne), Belgique (Bruxelles), Finlande (Helsinki), Grèce (Athène), Italie (Naples, Rome, Venise), Espagne (Barcelone, Madrid, Palma de Majorque, Séville, Tenerife), Danemark (Copenhague), Royaume-Uni (Bristol, Edimbourg, Leeds, Liverpool, Londres, Manchester), Portugal (Lisbonne, Porto), Suisse (Bâle, Genève, Zurich), Pays-Bas (Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Eindhoven), Luxembourg, Suède (Stockholm), Pologne (Cracovie, Varsovie), Irlande (Dublin), Bulgarie (Sofia), République Tchèque (Prague), Roumanie (Bucarest),Norvège (Oslo),Lettonie (Riga), Lituanie (Vilnius).

Depuis Nice, prévoyez une heure en train ou en voiture pour rejoindre le cœur de la Provence.

Aéroport de Hyères-Toulon
L’aéroport de Hyères-Toulon propose des vols directs depuis Paris, Brest, Lille et Strasbourg.

Aéroport de Marseille Provence
L’aéroport de Marseille Provence est desservi par des vols directs depuis Paris et plus d’une dizaine de villes française et près de 40 villes européennes et méditerranéennes : Allemagne (Berlin, Düsseldorf, Francfort, Munich), Espagne (Palma de Majorque, Alicante, Barcelone, Fuerteventura, Ibiza, Madrid, Malaga), Autriche (Vienne), Bulgarie (Sofia), Croatie (Zadar), Danemark (Copenhague), Grèce (Athènes), Royaume-Uni (Edimbourg, Londres, Manchester), Irlande (Dublin), Roumanie (Budapest), Suisse (Zurich), Italie (Milan, Naples), Turquie (Istanbul), Luxembourg, Malte (La Valette), Pays-Bas (Amsterdam, Eindhoven), Pologne (Cracovie), Portugal (Lisbonne, Porto), RépubliqueTchèque (Prague). Depuis l’aéroport Marseille Provence, prévoyez une heure et demie en train ou en voiture pour rejoindre le cœur de la Provence.


Gare de Toulon
Les lignes de trains à grande vitesse relient la gare de Toulon à Paris, mais aussi Nice, Monaco et Menton.

Gare de Marseille Saint-Charles
La gare Saint-Charles de Marseille est desservie par les lignes de trains à grande vitesse et qui proposent des trajets directs depuis notamment Paris, Lille, Nice, Lyon, Valence, Rennes, Angers, Nantes, Strasbourg, Rouen, Le Havre, Besançon et Mulhouse. La gare de Marseille est par ailleurs accessible en trajet direct depuis certaines destinations européennes : Monaco, Barcelone, Madrid, Bruxelles et le Luxembourg.

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