A new service has launched today (1 September 2020) in Leeds to help people access urgent, emergency, eyecare. The local NHS has teamed up with the Leeds Local Optical Committee to launch CUES, which stands for COVID-19 Urgent Eyecare Service. CUES is free to access and is for all patients.
After months of hard work and planning ensuring our buildings can open safely for customers and staff, Active Leeds are delighted to announce that John Charles Centre for Sport, Morley and Rothwell Leisure Centres are back open for gym, swim and group exercise sessions. We also have a brand new
We had some wonderful feedback following our recent term of the Cultural Community College and are just finalising plans for the Autumn term so keep your eyes peeled for our college programme which will be being delivered in Holbeck soon. We’re excited to announce that these courses are not only
For over 25 years Connect in the North has been working to enable people with learning difficulties to have the same opportunities and power in their lives as everyone else. From today (1 September 2020) the Beeston-based charity is launching a brand new logo. We know many people loved the
Residents of the H2010 neighbourhood on the Hunslet riverfront this month sprung into action to tackle a major flytipping incident in the River Aire. They and other locals were disgusted to spot dozens of bin liners (they have counted at least 50) full of waste floating in the river from