Allotment holders could have the UK’s healthiest diet, suggests student’s study

A graduate of Edge Hill University has been sharing some of the findings of her dissertation which includes suggestions that allotment owners might be among the healthiest people in the UK based on their diet.

EHU Podcast: Talking…Brexit and the Meaningful Vote

Senior Lecturer in Politics Paula Keaveney outlines the possible ramifications from the result of Parliament’s vote on Theresa May’s Brexit Withdrawal Agreement with the EU.

TV scholar asks how Welsh crime drama became global success in new book

With Wales’s Y Gwyll ‘Hinterland’ crime drama taking the world by storm, a leading television scholar asks how a programme so “authentically local” can appeal to millions internationally. Edge Hill University’s Elke Weissmann, a Reader in Film and Television, has written about the Welsh language drama for a chapter in a newly published book ‘European […]

EHU Podcast: Talking…people, place and Botanic Gardens

Place ecologist and Edge Hill Business School lecturer Nick Catahan explains his mission to understand the complex relationships people have with multiple environments.

EHU Podcast: Talking…Football and Brexit

Post-Brexit, what might the future hold for UK football? Prof Richard Parrish and Dr Andrea Cattaneo explore the potential legal ramifications.

Professor Cherith Moses appointed as new Head of Geography

Professor Cherith Moses joins Edge Hill from Sussex University where she had previously held a number of positions including Head of Geography, Director of Teaching and Learning and Deputy Head of School in the School of Global Studies and University Director for International Recruitment and Development. She also established and was Director of the Centre for Coastal Research.