Month: September 2022

Jamyang hosts exhibition of Susan Carr works

A long time member of the Jamyang Leeds community, being one of the members of its first committee, Susan Carr was an artist, designer, quiltmaker and also a psychotherapist and life coach. She was also a dedicated spiritual practitioner, actively engaged in four separate spiritual traditions (Buddhism, Christianity, Hindu Tantra

Middleton Park bonfire and fireworks cancelled again

Leeds City Council’s six annual bonfire and firework events, including Middleton Park will unfortunately not be taking place this year. The events last took place in 2019. The decision has been taken due to significant budget pressures faced by the council and the current cost of living pressures on local

Read our October newspaper online

We have been distributing copies of our October newspaper to venues around LS10 and LS11 yesterday and today (29 September 2022). Copies are available from various food shops including Beeston Nisa Extra, and Dewsbury Road Tescos as well as many small neighbourhood shops, charity shops, Community Hubs and Libraries, community

Inspiring arts project sees pupils bring the whole world to Leeds

Creative young people from schools across Leeds have seen a series of stunning globes they crafted in the classroom go on display to the public. As part of a spectacular cultural education project, pupils from 13 schools around the city, including Cockburn School and Cockburn John Charles Academy, designed and

Changes to taxi and private hire driver licensing standards approved

During a meeting of Leeds City Council’s Executive Board on 21 September senior councillors approved changes to taxi and private hire driver licensing standards in relation to minor motoring convictions. At the meeting, members of Leeds City Council’s Executive Board approved the adoption of the following set of standards for