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Top 5 Reasons to Read the December Issue of JLife #Leeds

By March 3, 2016 March 30th, 2016 Blog-Leeds

Have you picked up the latest edition of JLife #Leeds yet? Here’s why you should.

The festive season is finally – and firmly – upon us, filled with twinkling lights, knitted scarves, delicious food, and warming drinks. With countless invites to gatherings with family and friends, your social calendar is probably brimming. But if you want to take a moment to step away from the chaos and relax on the sofa or by a roaring fire, why not pick up the December/January edition of JLife Leeds?


Boasting compelling features, glossy pictures, gripping interviews, and exciting competitions, JLife is the perfect company this winter!


Here are just a few of the highlights packed into the latest issue:


  1. 1.      Happening Harrogate

From eclectic festivals to exquisite eateries, there’s no denying that Harrogate is a haven for all, regardless of age range or interests. This issue, JLife embarks on a trip down the thriving area and as well as discovering just why it’s often considered the happiest place to live, takes a look at its recent happenings. For those less familiar with Harrogate, our list of top suppliers will leave you well equipped and informed for your next visit.


  1. 2.      Get the Party Started

Are you gearing up for a month of endless parties? Or will you be too busy playing hostess, perfecting the ideal celebratory scene for your guests? Whatever the case, JLife is here to get you through the party season in style with its handy guide.


Discover the go-to specialists that will help with your abundance of requirements and dress to impress with the latest fashion and beauty trends. And for a different perspective, why not delve into our special feature with event planner Juliet Shenderey who gives us a glimpse into the typical duties of her job.


  1. 3.      High Achievers

We’re sorry to stand as a reminder of term time just when you’re looking forward to the impending winter break, but the education overview in JLife Leeds December/January is worth the mention.


In addition to our outline of some of the top schools across the region, you can stay up-to-date with the latest developments at Leeds Jewish Free School as we catch up with executive head teacher Jeremy Dunford.


And with all the recent barriers emerging and impacting on the country’s offer of adult education, we chat to Maggi Butterworth, director of Swarthmore Education Centre, who addresses the issues to a greater extent.


  1. 4.      JLife Meets

As always, we’re here to bring you diverse and in-depth interviews – and our recent issue certainly has that by the bucket full.


We speak to to Laurence Olivier Award-winning actress Sara Kestelman about her lengthy career and role in the brand new musical, The Girls, written by Tim Firth and Gary Barlow.


If that wasn’t enough, we’ve also has the opportunity to chat to LA-based comedian Avi Liberman about his inspiration and stand-up tours ahead of his JFest International performance in Leeds.


  1. 5.      Win, Win, Win!

What could be a better way to mark the festive season than by getting your hands on a great selection of prizes? Well you’re in luck as JLife has competitions galore ready for you to enter!


We’re offering one lucky reader the chance to win an overnight stay at Park Inn by Radisson Doncaster including a visit to a local attraction plus £50 to spend at Lakeside Village Outlet Shopping Centre.


As well as that, JLife has teamed up with Haley & Clifford to offer one lucky reader a selection of delicious goodies, or why not kickstart your 2016 health routine by winning a membership at Cookridge Hall Health & Fitness?


There’s also the chance to win a course of six free Cryotherapy sessions worth over £500!


Pick up JLife from a number of spots across the community or find FREE online here: J-Life Leeds.


Happy reading!