They are becoming a familiar sight in parts of our big cities. Cyclists and cars delivering hot food for firms like Deliveroo, Uber Eats, Hungry House and others. All of them make use of the latest technology to link customers to restaurants and takeaways, and riders and drivers to orders.
Cockburn School has been recognised nationally for its excellent results in 2017 based on data from the Department of Education and Ofsted, analysed by SSAT (the Schools, Students and Teachers network). Cockburn School was found to be among the best performing secondary schools in the country, receiving an award for
Leeds City College is running a Digital Literacy course to help people prepare for the new Universal Credit benefit system. The controversial new benefit is being phased in and will replace six existing benefits with one monthly payment. It will replace: Child Tax Credit; Housing Benefit; Income Support; Income-based Jobseeker’s
Meet the Girlz Club of Willowdale in Middleton. They clearly know how to have fun, but as well as that they have a wish. They wish to make a difference and they are doinf something about it. With a bit of help from friends and parents they have organised a
Friday mornings at Trinity Network in Belle Isle is time for gentle exercise. The eight week programme is being run by Leeds Lets Get Active and the sessions are led by James Beaston. The exercises may be gentle, but James makes sure everyone is doing them correctly giving clear instructions
Harrison Spinks has received two prestigious Queen’s Awards for Enterprise, bringing the total number won by the company to four. The bed-maker is one of just eight companies to win more than one award this year and the only organisation from Yorkshire and the Humber to receive two awards in
As at last it looks like the springtime is finally upon us, the best way to enjoy the weather is to get out and enjoy the outdoors whether that be in the form of a walk, run or bike ride. Here’s another suggestion from the South Leeds Lakers Running Club:
The Grove Inn Firm friend of The Grove, and all round good egg Ben ‘Buddy’ Slack and his Swan Song Project have reached the final of a national competition, with a chance to secure £50,000 of funding. The group will provide creative music sessions for people facing end of life