Following the hottest and driest summer on record with frequent pictures on our TVs of empty reservoirs revealing previous villages which had been submerged, there have been calls to re-nationalise our water supply. But water was never a nationalised industry or service. After the widespread cholera outbreaks in the early
Hunslet Library has recently been refurbished, retaining the original character of the building and restoring some original items, writes Julie Wood of the Library and Information Service. Councillors Elizabeth Nash and Mohammed Iqbal recently unveiled the recently restored Austrian prints which have been part of the library for many years.
It’s time for Hunslet and Holbeck to be seen for the value they have given Leeds. That was one of the messages coming out of a special heritage meeting held at Leeds Town Hall. The Hunslet and Holbeck Heritage Project met to celebrate the 19th century indistrial heritage of the
[slideshow]South Leeds resident Paul Ibbotson attended the official unveiling of the £70,000 refurbishment of Hunslet Library, funded by the council’s Inner South Area Committee. Above is his slideshow of photographs from the day. As we reported last Thursday, improvements included repairs to the the windows, internal refurbishments and new equipment. This will
An special ceremony was held today to coincide with the grand unveiling of a refurbished inner city library funded by local councillors. Councillor Elizabeth Nash and her colleagues Patrick Davey and Mohammed Iqbal took the decision to spend £70.5k of Area Committee funding to refurbish Hunslet Library, including repairs to the roofand