• 14 December 2017

    Armley Junktion is up for sale

    It was the birthplace of The Real Junk Food Project, a pioneering global movement aimed at reducing food waste. But now Armley Junk-tion Café will serve its last food on Saturday and the Chapel Lane building has been put on the open market for £135,000. Armley Junk-tion originally opened its doors on 16th December 2013 as ... Read more

  • 13 December 2017

    Extra services set for Kirkstall Forge Station

    Kirkstall Forge Station is set for an additional five peak-hour stops, according to the latest Northern Rail timetable. Frustrated commuters using Kirkstall Forge have been calling for extra services since its opening in June 2016. Predicted annual passenger numbers were surpassed within the first five months of the station opening and almost 430 people are ... Read more

  • 12 December 2017

    Kirkstall Road: Major flats plans to be debated

    Early plans to create a massive residential development at the bottom of Kirkstall Road will be discussed by councillors on Thursday. Developer Inhabit wants to transform the former First Bus Depot site and adjoining land currently occupied by office and light industrial buildings into a residential development with shops and restaurants for the second part ... Read more

  • 11 December 2017

    Nominate your December West Leeds Dispatch Good Egg

    Get cracking and start nominating your ‘good eggs’ for December! We’re continuing our search for an unsung community hero or heroine who goes that extra mile without ever getting the recognition they deserve. And if you know someone who can follow November’s winner Dave Dubej we have some eggcellent news… West Leeds Dispatch Good Eggs ... Read more

  • 10 December 2017

    Mapped: Taxi protest to cause Monday traffic disruption in Leeds

    A ‘go slow’ taxi protest starting at Kirkstall Morrisons could lead to rush hour traffic chaos tomorrow (Monday). A convoy of around 100 slow-moving taxis will start at Kirkstall Morrisons at 6am and will go down Kirkstall Road and into the city centre. A statement on Metro’s website said the protest would likely last for ... Read more

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