Thursday, September 24, 2020

Open Source Arts

Kirkstall Road: Creative hub opens new cafe

A creative hub on Kirkstall Road has opened up a new cafe serving wholesome grub - and is asking customers to design an adventurous...

Team Kirkstall volunteers: Easter Saturday down by the riverside

Volunteers from the Team Kirkstall group spent their Easter Saturday on the banks of the River Aire clearing litter and rubbish near Armley Mills. Click...

Kirkstall Road: Sheesh Mahal reopens 15 months after floods

The Sheesh Mahal Restaurant is set to re-open tomorrow night - 15 months after it was devastated by the Boxing Day 2015 floods. The restaurant,...

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...

Kirkstall: Official floods clean-up party announced

A special event to thank the community heroes and heroines who've done so much to help clean up asround Kirkstall Road since the Boxing...

West Leeds floods: Community spirit shines through in Kirkstall

Kirkstall was the scene of an incredible display of community spirit today. Forty eight hours after the Boxing Day floods devastated this part of...