Tag: christmas

People reminded to plan ahead to stay well over Christmas and New Year

With Christmas fast approaching, NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is advising patients not to leave it too late to order or collect repeat prescriptions. Local pharmacies and GP practices may have reduced opening times or be closed over the bank holiday period. This means it is important that anyone

Marshall’s Mill community donate 186 gifts to Leeds Women’s Aid

The community of businesses based at Marshall’s Mill and The Round Foundry, along with neighbours at the Round Foundry Media Centre, have collected and donated 186 Christmas gifts to Leeds Women’s Aid. The collection drive has been a regular initiative on the estate for five years. The gifts will be

Kids’ Christmas experience now open at The Escapologist

Families are invited to explore a unique Christmas experience at The Escapologist, White Rose Shopping Centre’s latest leisure opening. Welcoming visitors until Monday 23 December 2019, families can take a trip on Santa’s sleigh, explore the upside-down North Pole, and meet the big man himself. Little ones will also receive

Merry Binmas: changes to bin collection dates over the festive period

Festive bin collection dates in Leeds are set to change over the Christmas and New Year period. Bin collections will continue as usual up until and including Saturday 21 December 2019. For the two weeks after that, Sunday 22 December 2019 and Sunday 5 January 2020, bins will be emptied

The Snowman™ launches Christmas at White Rose

White Rose Shopping Centre is celebrating the launch of the festive season with a very special visitor, The Snowman™, on Saturday (16 November 2019). The Snowman™ will be available to meet at intervals on Saturday at 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, and 3:30pm. There will also be live music, a giant

Community rallies round for Holbeck Christmas meal

Holbeck Elderly Aid (HEA) put on a Christmas dinner for 86 members last Tuesday (11 December 2018) ably assisted by staff from Barclays and children from Beeston Hill St Luke’s Primary School. Christmas jumpers were on display and the winter shone through the windows of St Matthew’s Community Centre. Before