Shenell Louchea Robshaw has been in touch with these photos from Sharp Lane Primary School‘s street party today (18 May 2018) ahead of Saturday’s Royal Wedding.
Having read the book last summer, and being slightly disappointed at the film’s representation of a brilliant novel, I was interested to see what the play would offer. And I’m happy to say, it did not disappoint. From start to finish I was captivated, and every role was played in a
Changes to bus and train services throughout West Yorkshire come into effect on Sunday (20 May 2018). Here is a summary of the changes affecting South Leeds: Revised timetables to improve reliability : 2, 3, 3A, 12, 13, 13A, 51, 52, 74, 74A, 39 This is a new Monday to
A Leeds charity that gives a voice to and improves the quality of life for the Gypsy and Traveller community has won a prestigious national award. Leeds Gypsy and Traveller Exchange (Leeds GATE) has beaten more than 350 organisations from all over the UK to be one of the eight
It’s Mental Health Awareness Week and I’m just back from the GP with another year’s worth of anti-depressants so I thought I would restart this column by telling you how my dog saved my mental health. I’m sure I’ve mentioned this before, but new readers need to know I suffer