Last month, children from Leeds went to sleep knowing the next day they would be able to go to London. Children from Greenmount Primary School set off to London at 8am and arrived in the early afternoon. The children saw Buckingham Palace and were luckily able to see representatives from
Pupils in Year 6 at Middleton St Mary’s Primary School had an exciting three day trip to London. Three of them have filed this report: We went inside the Houses of Parliament and met our MP Hilary Benn. We went to the Cambridge Theatre to watch Matilda. It was fantastic!
I’ve been lucky enough to visit two local Victorian monuments this week, John Marshall’s Temple Works and the Holbeck railway viaduct. They got me thinking about how economic development works. I wouldn’t call myself an economist, but I have an interest, I dabble. So I was keen to watch
I am going to write a blog about my views and experiences of bus drivers in Leeds. This will include my views and suggestions on how things could be improved. I find life a daily struggle when using public transport. Especially when it comes to buses. I really feel
Construction & Housing Yorkshire is looking for people to fill jobs within the Beeston Hill/Holbeck and Little London areas of Leeds. In addition to building trades jobs (gas engineers, plumbers, joiners. electricians, and bricklayers) they are looking for two full time caretakers and four full time cleaners. It would be