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Join us for a cuppa at our next Community News Cafe at Pudsey House!

Would you like to join up with the Dispatch at our community news cafe next week?

Do you have a story to tell? Is there something happening in your community you’d like to write about, or a local group that needs some publicity? Is there something you’d like to get off your chest?

Come and visit our editor – John Baron – for a chat over a cuppa if you’re interested in writing for us or if you have something you’d like us to follow up.

We’re holding our latest cafe at Pudsey House, opposite the leisure centre and bus station in Pudsey between 10am-11.30am next Tuesday (October 31 2017).

We’re teaming up with the guys at Creative Communities CIC, which runs a number of activities in Bramley and Pudsey.

We recently featured their work and are pleased to be a part of their regular Tuesday coffee morning next week, which runs from 9.30am-12 noon.

We hope to see you there! If you can’t make it, remember you can always e-mail us with your ideas and stories at news@westleedsdispatch.com.






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