The festival season in Britain, like summer itself, is a variable beast; anticipated with sunny optimism, occasionally delivering high times and new thrills, yet often departed damp and demoralised...
Nestled on the eastern side of the River Aire sits the north-western suburb of Kirkstall. As we're reliably informed by Wikipedia, the name Kirkstall comes from the Old Norse kirkja ('church') and the Old English stall ('place') and means 'site of a church'.
The project entitled “Colour Hyde Park” comes from the team at the University of Leeds for Sustainability, who had the idea of bringing Leeds’ creative flair to an area much-loved by students and the community.
Some 13,000 years ago the nomadic Natufians began experimenting with the process of fermentation, and with that came the creation of the one of the world’s most widely consumed alcoholic beverages: beer.