Members of the charity Leeds Gypsy and Traveller Exchange (GATE), and residents of Leeds’ newest Gypsy and Traveller site Kidacre Park in Hunslet, yesterday (1 August 2019) took part in a sponsored run around Temple Newsam. Men and women of all ages and all abilities turned up to raise money
Leeds City Council have put an end to a cycle of encampment and eviction for eight Gypsy and Traveller families by providing them with a home at Kidacre Park, Hunslet. The site was developed with funding from Council Commuted Sums and Homes England and is the first development of Gypsy
“It’s a Christmas miracle” says Katie, young Gypsy Traveller, Leeds, aged 12 A new craze is spreading quickly amongst West Yorkshires Gypsy and Traveller communities: #FoodbankNomination, a phoneme where, once you have filled a shopping trolley full of food and donated it to your local foodbank or homeless charity you
A Leeds charity that gives a voice to and improves the quality of life for the Gypsy and Traveller community has won a prestigious national award. Leeds Gypsy and Traveller Exchange (Leeds GATE) has beaten more than 350 organisations from all over the UK to be one of the eight
Leeds City Council has moved reduce the need for unlawful Traveller encampments by establishing a small site at Kidacre Street, near to Crown Point Shopping Centre in Hunslet. It is understood that this is a temporary measure whilst the existing permanent site at Cottingley Springs on Gelderd Road is expanded.