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Last chance to book on Pudsey community reporters’ course

There’s just a handful of places left on our community reporters’ training course which starts in Pudsey on Friday.

Have you ever fancied contributing articles about your community to the West Leeds Dispatch? We’d love you to join us!

Join our growing band of community reporters from our previous courses – in Bramley, Armley, New Wortley and Kirkstall – who have contributed more than 200 articles between them since May.

Our course, which runs for six weeks at Pudsey house from Friday, 1 November at 6.30pm – looks at the basics of photography and writing articles.

It takes you through writing headlines, ethics, where to find news, video, podcasting and more.

And the great thing is it’s free to join!

It’s fun, relaxed and practical – and you get to become part of a growing movement of community reporters across West Leeds.

Book your place – and get more information – here.

Read the work of our community reporters from all four courses here. Reporters on our Kirkstall course recently finished their six weeks. Read about their graduation here.

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