Bondholder News

Strong Future for the Wakefield District with New Recruit

Wakefield Bondholders, the not for profit organisation established to support the growth and regeneration of the Wakefield district by promoting it as a great place to visit, invest and live, has appointed Melissa Armitage as Lead for Sales and Membership.read more

Art Fund Museum of the Year 2017

The Hepworth Wakefield has been named Art Fund Museum of the Year 2017. read more

Flying the Flag for Wakefield’s Evening Economy

With a business partnership that combines beer with good old Yorkshire banter, the Jolly Boys’ Brewery will headline at Wakefield Bondholder’s first Friday event, taking place on Friday 7th July at The Establishment Wakefield, to explain how investment from their microbrewery will raise the bar for Wakefield’s hospitality industry.read more

Pak-Keung Wan Residency Exhibition

UK based artist Pak Keung Wan (born Hong Kong 1970) will be in residence at The Art House during July 2017. read more

Britcon Renews Sponsorship of Triathlon Race Team

Scunthorpe based building & civil engineering company Britcon has announced its commitment to sponsor Lincolnshire’s most successful triathlon race team for a second year.read more

Wakefield Prepares to Record Royal Record

Princess of all ages are being invited to help set a right royal record in Wakefield this summer.read more

Photo Booth Fun Contributes to Purple Summer Ball Success

Viva La Booth were on hand to offer photo booth fun at the Purple Summer Ball which was held in support of the Stroke Association.read more

Hunter Safety Team Conquer Gruelling Yomp

12 Hunter Safety employees have bravely taken on the gruelling Cateran Yomp, raising over £2000 for charity.read more

Inaugural Children of Achievement Awards Strikes the Right Chord

The inaugural Children of Achievement Awards, which took place on Friday evening, welcomed almost 200 business people and individuals from across the Wakefield district. Taking the time out of their busy schedules to celebrate the talents and bravery of nine young people, guests also raised just short of £7,000 for local children’s charities.read more