Residents of Bramley and Stanningley are invited to join the #KindnessRevolution at a local family fun day this Saturday.
Councillors Kevin Ritchie, Jools Heselwood and Caroline Gruen have provided money from their MICE allocation to help fund the Community Kindness Festival at Bramley Villagers Community Club. The family fun day is one of a variety of events being held around the city this week to promote kindness and compassion in local communities.
Councillors have organised the family friendly event in conjunction with local business Full Circle Funerals and community organisation BARCA Leeds. It promises to be an afternoon of fun with a wide range of activities including music, dancing from DAZL, stalls including arts and crafts and free food.
Everybody is welcome from 11am-3pm on Sat 16th October at Villagers Community Club, 340 Broad Lane, Bramley, LS13 2HF
On behalf of Bramley and Stanningley Ward Councillors, Cllr Kevin Ritchie (Lab) said:
“Residents can be proud that Bramley and Stanningley has many wonderful projects and initiatives run by charities and local groups that help people feel they belong and feel safe and supported. This event is just one way we can raise the profile of kindness, compassion and wellbeing in our community.
“Please come along to have fun and to celebrate the value of kindness and compassion in achieving good health and wellbeing.”