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West Leeds floods: Freedom Mills launches crowdfunding appeal

One of the most eagerly anticipated new club openings in Leeds was cut short on Boxing Day after the horrendous flooding that hit the city, writes Neil Kemp.

Lots of money, time, hard work and love went to waste as the River Aire burst its banks, Kirkstall Road became a lake and Freedom Mills got water logged.

Below is their crowd funding appeal to help re-build the club and fix all the damage that the flooding caused. Please help, even if it’s just a share, thank you. ‪#‎leedstogether‬

Here is a link to their crowdfunding page – more than £700 raised so far.

Freedom Mills is based in Aire Place Mills, off Kirkstall Road.


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