Volunteers hold public meeting over Armley’s ‘common land’

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Charlie Cake Park, Armley. Photo: Mark Stevenson

Armley residents can have a say on the future of ‘common land’ at a public meeting later this month.

Volunteers at Armley Common Right Trust will provide an update on the proposed ground source heating works on Armley Moor, which will provide heating for Burnsall Croft flats. 

They’ll also be talking about the volunteer cleanups and gardening in Charlie Cake Park and Moor Top.

The meeting is being held at Interplay Theatre on Armley Ridge Road on Thursday, 23 February at 7pm. 

Armley Common Right Trust is one of the oldest charities in Leeds. Established in 1799, the community-led charity protects six public green spaces on behalf of Armley people. These are at Hilltop, Charlie Cake Park, Moor Top, Armley Moor, Far Fold and Ley Lane.

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