News feeds

News feeds allow you to see when websites have added new content. they are also known as RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds and are designed to be read - or ‘consumed’ - by computers rather than people. You can access them using:

  • all modern web browsers
  • news feed websites that you can join and use
  • other news reading software (some of these may charge for using the software).

Our news feeds allow you to keep up to date with all of our latest news and events without having to visit our website. We have separate feeds for latest news and upcoming events or you can get all of this information in a single news feed if you wish. You can also combine our news feeds with feeds from other sites such as the BBC

How do I subscribe to your news feeds?

You will need one of the following to read news feeds:

A modern web browser

There are several web browsers available that you can download for free and install on your computer. These include:

The latest versions of these browsers can automatically check for feeds whenever you visit a website and can display them to you them as a convenient list of links. Visit their websites or use the ‘Help’ for the web browser to get more information on using news feeds for your choice of web browser.

News-reader websites

You don’t have to have a web browser to view our news feeds. Several free web-based news readers are available. These have the advantage that you can check your news feeds from any computer that is connected to the Internet, but they will require you to set up an account in order to view your favourite news feeds.

News-reader software

News-reader software allows you to create and manage your own news feeds if required.

Our news feeds

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