Victoria Finan Journalist
  • Yorkshire
  • National World

Victoria Finan is the Yorkshire Post's social affairs correspondent. She is based in York and covers poverty, levelling up, social care, LGBT and race issues.

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Yorkshire Post, Yorkshire Evening Post

Focus Areas

  • Social Affairs

326 Articles
about 2 months ago
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The Harrogate Arms Café: A unique 'pot-to-plate' experience at RHS Harlow Carr's new café

For Yorkshire’s horticulture lovers, there are few pleasures more enjoyable than a weekend amble around RHS Garden Ha...

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2 months ago
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Hen Harriers: persecuted birds of prey still at risk in Yorkshire, charity warns

The future of hen harriers, one of England’s rarest birds of prey, still hangs in the balance despite an increase in ...

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3 months ago
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Legacy Funeral Directors: All 35 bodies found at Hull undertakers identified, police confirm

The families of 35 people whose bodies were found at a Hull funeral directors have all been contacted, Humberside Pol...

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4 months ago
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Anne Lister: Festival planned to mark Yorkshire's celebrated LGBT pioneer's 233rd birthday

A decade ago, the name of Anne Lister was far from being a household one.

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4 months ago
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Light Night: Laser beams to light up Yorkshire coastline across Whitby and Scarborough

For centuries, glowing lighthouses dotted down Yorkshire’s rocky coastline have provided welcome beacons of reassuran...

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about 1 year ago
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North Yorkshire archives: A glimpse into the historic tales of derring-do and adventure

Historic tales of derring-do and adventure in North Yorkshire are being brought to the surface as archivists look bac...

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about 1 year ago
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Why the Yorkshire city of Wakefield is renowned for its English tulip growing tradition

Wakefield is celebrated the nation over for its superlative forced rhubarb.

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about 1 year ago
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Close friend tells of the King’s love for Yorkshire

In 1953, the King’s mother Queen Elizabeth II was crowned in a ceremony replete with aristocracy.

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about 1 year ago
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Coronation Day: Archbishop of York defends Homage of the People as he prepares for sacred moment ...

The Archbishop of York has pledged to carry the people of Yorkshire and the North in his allegiance to King Charles I...

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about 1 year ago
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Body of rare hen harrier found mutilated in Yorkshire Dales in sickening attack

The body of a hen harrier – one of Britain’s rarest birds of prey – has been found mutilated in an attack Natural Eng...

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about 1 year ago
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24 hour barn raising in Leeds celebrated as 300 women come together for construction

Celebrations abounded on Monday as over 300 women, girls and non-binary people marked the 24-hour construction of a f...

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about 1 year ago
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Ilkley Carnival: Costumes fit for a King as 1000 children parade in Coronation themed spectacle

Come this weekend, Ilkley residents will join with the world in watching the crowning of King Charles III.

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