Profile: Nadia Jefferson-Brown

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Liz Devine Wright, of Simply Devine, pictured with her award from the 2019 English Wedding Awards - she is a contender for two categories in the 2022 awards.
Phil Pinder, left, and Ben Fry, York's official Town Crier, - declaring the Potions Express open. Picture: milnerCreative
Plans for 360 new homes in Ripon have been unveiled by Taylor Wimpey.
Indie York has produced its sixth edition free map showcasing independent businesses in and around York, including (clockwise, from top left) the Hairy Fig, Love Cheese, Cycle Heaven and Monk Bar Model Shop.
Blossom Home Care's franchise owners for the Malton area Emma and Shaun Reed.
York's all-female law team at Torque Law is supporting IDAS, as a corporate partner.
Prof Karen Rowlingson, left, Harvey Dowdy, centre, and Prof Andy Dougill have joined the University of York's executive board.
Andrew Lowson, of York BID, top left, said York had fared well during the pandemic compared to other destinations. Hotelier Rebecca Hill, bottom right, said the loss of international visitors had largely been replaced by other markets.
People are being urged to continue wearing a face covering in busy public places in York after Plan B measures end on January 26 Picture: James Manning/ PA
Persimmon has launched its graduate programme 2022 to find new talent to help its future growth and development. Picture: Bright Network.