Friday, August 14, 2020

Cllr Lucinda Yeadon

Leeds United boost for “Burley Banksy” after artwork set back

Leeds United Football Club hasoffered their support to the man dubbed as “Burley’s Banksy” after his street art was vandalised earlier...

Kirkstall Abbey: Award recognises one of Yorkshire’s warmest welcomes

Historic Kirkstall Abbey has today been recognised for giving one of Yorkshire’s warmest welcomes. The abbey has been awarded a VisitEngland 'Welcome Accolade', designed to...

Bramley: Standing councillors re-selected for 2018 local election

The three sitting councillors for Bramley & Stanningley Ward have been re-selected to contest the seat for Labour at the all-out Leeds City Council...

Sponsors sought for Bramley Park bonfire 2017

Businesses in West Leeds are once again being offered the opportunity to sponsor the public bonfire in Bramley Park, as part of festivities to...

Armley: New artificial cricket pitch is welcomed

Howzat! Keen cricketers in Armley have enjoyed a magical summer following the introduction of a new non-turf pitch in Armley Park. Funded by the England...

Kirkstall: Flood-hit printing premises reborn as business centre

A former printing business which closed after being devastated by the devastating Boxing Day floods of 2015 has been reborn as a business centre. Duffield...

Kirkstall Abbey and Pudsey Park gain top awards

Kirkstall Abbey and Pudsey Park are two sites in West Leeds to be recognised with an internationally recognised Green Flag award status. Now in its...

Kirkstall Road: Recycling Site and re-use shop to officially open Friday

A new £5.2 million recycling site and re-use shop off Kirkstall Road will be officially opened on Friday. The Kirkstall Road Recycling Site opened to...

West Leeds heroes wanted – get ready to clean up your local area!

An impressive number of people from across the city gathered at Pudsey Civic Hall to attend a Clean Leeds conference, writes Debby Dean. The conference...

Kirkstall floods one year on: Community still picking up the pieces

It's been nearly a year since the River Aire broke its banks and left parts of Kirkstall under several feet of cold and muddy...

River Aire: Kirkstall Morrisons to tackle dumped shopping trolleys

It's taken months of lobbying and campaigning from the local community - but Kirkstall Morrisons has at last agreed to tackle the problem with...

Rachel Reeves column: Bramley Community Centre, Kirkstall floods and Armley Town Street

In her monthly column for The Dispatch, Leeds West MP Rachel Reeves looks at the Bramley Community Centre takeover, developments on Armley Town...