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STUDENT FESTIVAL FORTNIGHT

STUDENT FESTIVAL FORTNIGHT

Leeds shopping centres launch TWO WEEKS of student offers with a Student Festival Fortnight Offers at Trinity Leeds include up to 50% off student favourites and free Apple AirPods* Meanwhile students can snap up 30% off at Jack Jones and 10% off at Debenhams clothing and beauty by taking a trip to White Rose Shopping […]

PICNIC AT THE CASTLE

PICNIC AT THE CASTLE

Make up for lost time at outdoor events this summer with a fantastic new lifestyle festival at Warwick Castle, from September 17th to October 4th. Catch comedy and live music shows as part of the brand new ‘Picnic at the Castle’, held in partnership with creative events specialists Midsummer Nightcap. This imaginative festival offers top […]

NEW NAME BUT THEY ARE STILL THE SAME….

NEW NAME BUT THEY ARE STILL THE SAME….

Leeds Grand Theatre & Opera House Ltd., the company responsible for managing three of Leeds’ iconic arts venues – Leeds Grand Theatre, City Varieties Music Hall and Hyde Park Picture House – will begin trading as Leeds Heritage Theatres from Wednesday 26 August 2020. The announcement comes months after the historic buildings were forced to […]

ITS FREE AND FASCINATING

ITS FREE AND FASCINATING

The Royal Armouries are looking forward to providing a warm welcome to visitors to their Leeds museum, which displays objects from one of the largest collections of historic arms and armour in the world. Visitors to the museum can explore displays of arms and armour from across the world and through time with over 4,500 […]

GET GREGG’S DELIVERED TO YOUR DOOR

GET GREGG’S DELIVERED TO YOUR DOOR

GREGGS DELIVERY ON JUST EAT NOW AVAILABLE IN LEEDS Greggs is now available for delivery exclusively on Just Eat in Leeds! Sausage Rolls, Sausage and Bean Melts and Steak Bakes are the most ordered items on Just Eat since Greggs reopened. Weekday lunchtime orders proving popular as Brits working from home look for a tasty […]

SCHOOL STREETS….

SCHOOL STREETS….

  Leeds School Streets pilot scheme launched on 1 June, with up to six Leeds primary schools taking part. Pudsey Primrose Hill Primary School, Pudsey; Ingram Road Primary School, Holbeck; Cross Gates Primary School, Cross Gates; Thorpe Primary School, Thorpe; Clapgate Primary, Middleton; and Lane End Primary, Beeston are the first schools to take part […]

FROM THE ALPS TO THE DALES……

FROM THE ALPS TO THE DALES……

In 1907 a young Swiss baker and confectioner, Fritz Butzer travelled to England with the dream of opening his own café. He spent his first night in the waiting room of Bradford station – penniless and jobless and unable to speak a word of English. Little did he know the great future that lay ahead […]

MUSEUM ROLLS BACK THE YEARS

MUSEUM ROLLS BACK THE YEARS

Fascinating photos capturing life at what was once the world’s biggest woollen mill have been revealed ahead of a new museum project celebrating the Armley community. The historic images show machinery, staff and owners of Armley Mills through generations, illustrating in remarkable detail the changing face of what is now Leeds Industrial Museum.     […]

OVER 55’S DANCE CLASSES

OVER 55’S DANCE CLASSES

Phoenix Dance Theatre are launching weekly dance classes, welcoming adults aged 55+ aiming to reduce isolation, improve physical and mental well-being as well help you gain strength and improve mobility. The cost of each session is just £2 which includes a warm drink and a biscuit on arrival! No need to book in advance, just […]

SIMPLY THE BEST

SIMPLY THE BEST

In the leafy village of Lindley, next  to the parish church is one of the area’s hidden gems. The Manor House, a Georgian Grade 2 listed building, originally known as Fieldhead was the former home of mill owner and philanthropist James Sykes until 1942 when it became a children’s home.  In the years that followed, […]

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