For one week, a gentleman has sat on scaffold at the end of the street where I live. He has worked both day and night to painstakingly create a piece of, house sized, artwork (est. 30 feet high and 20 feet wide). The work shows the Leeds United football badge,
Leeds United star Kalvin Phillips made a surprise visit to the Beeston Juniors Football Club’s Skills camp on 6 August 2019. The two day camp, which attracted over 40 youngsters, was run by Leeds United’s Foundation who linked up with a number of different grassroots clubs to provide educational football
December is the busiest month of the year for foodbanks across Leeds Universal Credit recipients won’t get payments until after Christmas Families in Leeds are having to choose between heating and eating Leeds United fans have donated over 1800 meals since the drive launched in October This Saturday (8 December
A report recommending that Leeds City Council enter into formal discussions with Leeds United regarding the development of a new club training ground in the city is set to be discussed by senior councillors next week. If approved by members of the council’s executive board on Wednesday 18 October 2017, the
The problems facing the health service are being keenly felt in Leeds. We recently read about operations, including cancer operations, being cancelled in the city, and the pressures on the LGI and St James’s accident and emergency departments – staff and patients – as well as on GPs are enormous.
Marching on Together is a play written by Leeds based Adam Hughes. Hot on the heels of its debut performance in London at the Old Red Lion, BackHere Productions have come straight to Leeds to deliver this piece of hard hitting theatre. Funded by the Arts Council and Leeds Inspired,