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Bramley: Healthy Hallowe’en activities on Wyther Park estate

Nineteen families on the Wyther Park estate in Bramley have received a free breakfast and lunch.

Volunteers from the Wyther Park Community Group ran a Healthy Halloween Holidays day, which was filled with activities including lots of exercise.

Local resident Jacky Scott said

“It was great to see so many people from the local community coming together.”

And Donna Bell added:

“It’s nice to see parents put their phones down and get involved, and everyone’s costumes were great! We also ran this stay and play over the summer holidays and it will be back in the Christmas holidays too.”

The funding was from the Leeds Community Foundation and the food was provided free from Fareshare. Wyther Park Community Group was supported by its community development worker and by Barca Leeds (Better Together), who provided 30 free pumpkins and helped families carve them.

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