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  • George Egg: DIY Chef, Online!

    by Editorial Team
    “brilliantly funny” —The Observer (Jay Rayner) George Egg, a stand-up comedian who cooks food who uses unconventional methods and unexpected equipment—and makes you laugh, too. George normally performs his show in theatres and arts centres. Covid-19, however, as it has done with many things, has put a stop to this. Yet in a bid to keep his audience entertained, George…
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  • Pizza On The Road With Bistro Guy

    by Editorial Team
    After 10 years of running city centre Bistro, Bistro Guy of York is now on the road with a wonderful vintage, mobile woodfire pizzas trailer. Owner Guy Whapples is very grateful for the support he has received and says: “Our industry has been hit particularly hard by the pandemic and my family and I would like to personally thank all…
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  • From the Horse’s Mouth

    by Amelia Hutchinson MRCVS
    Hello HandyMag readers! As I write this, we have just about survived January in lockdown 3. First, I want to briefly introduce myself as the new vet at Station House. My name is Amelia; I am Yorkshire born and bred, and completely horse mad! This month I am here to give you a little information about horse’s teeth and dentistry…
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  • Start Your EV Journey

    by Editorial Team
    Alec Quarton Electrical, based in Ryedale, is helping homeowners and businesses install charge points for the new electric cars. Alec explains: “In recent years we have watched green technologies develop and see Electric Vehicles as a large part of the country’s future. We saw a need for a local specialist installer.” The UK government has set a phase-out date for…
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  • Is 2021 the Year To Make Your Move?

    by Scott Anscomb
    So many people have said to us that they are glad to see the back of 2020 and feeling much more positive about this year. One thing that the last year has taught us all is that we must value what we have and focus on what is important. With lockdown restrictions still in place and the pressures of working…
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  • Charlie’s Column—Finding Hope…

    by Charlie Ridgewell
    “When hope and love has been lost / And you fall to the ground / You must find a way”— “Dig Down,” Muse It’s been a funny old year, to say the least. We have had to dig deep and find our resolve, to find hope in the midst of a global, never-seen-before pandemic. But this is no easy task.…
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  • Straight To the Point About Inheritance Tax…

    by Julie Wilson
    So, in theory, Inheritance Tax (IHT) attempts to spread wealth ‘fairly’—basically stopping the rich from getting richer. Some people believe that state money benefits everyone. But we know the UK Government wastes hundreds of billions per year, which means more and more people are deciding they want control over who benefits from their money when they die. The current IHT…
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