Tuesday, December 1, 2020

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Comment: What possesses people to dump trolleys like this?

There are some annoying local issues that no matter how many times they get reported they refuse to go away, writes WLD...

Mark’s History: The suffragist and dancer imprisoned in Armley’s jail

Words and photos: Mark Stevenson Leeds Borough Gaol was completed in 1847 and originally it housed both male...

Rachel Reeves MP: Concern over ‘devastating impact on business and our communities’

In her latest column, Leeds West MP Rachel Reeves looks at the impact of the second lockdown and visits local businesses and...

Mark’s History: Bramley Union Workhouse in Armley

I have often wondered why the Bramley Union Workhouse on Green Hill Road in Armley is not called Armley Union Workhouse, writes...

Mark’s History: Aviaries estate in Armley has a rich heritage and character

I was reading an article about the tree felling on the Aviaries Estate in Armley. It mentions that some people see it...

Mark’s History: Rodley man died in WW1 aged 25

In the last of four posts coinciding with Remembrance Day, Mark Stevenson photographs the former homes of some of the brave West...

Paul Abraham: Aromatherapy oils to help reduce stress and anxiety

By Paul Abraham of www.headingonwards.com If you find yourself caught up in a never ending cycle of work,...

Mark’s History: How the memory of a Rodley Bombardier lives on

In the third of four posts coinciding with Remembrance Day, Mark Stevenson photographs the former homes of some of the brave West...

Mark’s History: Tragedy of the Private from Wortley, buried aged just 21

In the second of four posts coinciding with Remembrance Day, Mark Stevenson photographs the former homes of some of the brave West...

Mark’s History: Remembering the fallen from West Leeds

In the first of four posts coinciding with Remembrance Day, Mark Stevenson photographs the former homes of some of the brave West...

Paul Abraham: ‘Beware of the instant experts!’

I am often asked by people wanting to become coaches of various disciplines “how do I become a good coach?” writes Paul Abraham.

Mark’s History: The Calverley Old Hall murderer who was crushed to death

If any of you have seen a man walking around the Calverley area carrying a knife DO NOT APPROACH him. He can...