Wednesday, January 20, 2021

Pudsey Library

West Leeds Cutswatch: Have your say on reduced community hub opening hours

A consultation to reduce the opening hours of Leeds City Council-run libraries and community hubs has been launched today. The council is facing a £118...

Information drop in for adults with learning disabilities comes to Pudsey Library

Need help finding out about accessible events, activities and services in West Leeds for adults with learning disabilities? Through the Maze is an information and...

Baby Daze and yoga at West Leeds libraries

There are two free events for parents and children in the coming weeks at Pudsey and Calverley Libraries, writes communities librarian Matthew Stoppard. Author Talk...

Pirates, Pants and Wellyphants at West Leeds’ libraries

Throughout autumn half term, Leeds Libraries will offer a number of FREE events for children and families inspired by the Pirates, Pants and Wellyphants...

Kids can learn coding at Pudsey Library

Youngsters aged between seven and 11 years old can learn how to code at a new free club starting soon at Pudsey Library. The Code...

West Leeds: Library Fest features range of events for all ages

A popular library festival with a huge array of activities and events across the city is due to return - including events across West...

Bramley Community Hub: Proposals move forward

Plans to create a community hub featuring a wide range of council services under one roof in Bramley will move a step closer to...

Comment: Pudsey fights to preserve its identity

The market town of Pudsey has a rich history and its own distinct identity, writes John Baron. As Pudsey lad myself, I was always brought...

Pudsey Library to become ‘community hub’

The future of both Pudsey Library and Pudsey Town Hall have been secured, say local councillors. Residents will soon be able to register a birth,...

Armley celebrates its heritage, Pudsey has a word scrum – and it’s Roald Dahl Day in Farsley!

West Leeds's libraries are offering a diverse range of activities - from Roald Dahl days and Rugby World Cup 'word scrums' to celebrating local...