Archive for January, 2014

Grace Communion Church – Is Death the End

Grace Communion Church – Is Death the End

Nothing is harder for us to face than the death of a loved one. It is especially hard when it involves someone comparatively young as we can feel that they have been cheated out of life. In some ways even harder […]

Cafe Mokka – Something New

Cafe Mokka – Something New

You may have noticed something different in the air in the early evenings around Austhorpe Road. Something we’ve not had for many a year… yes you’ve got it the smell of freshly baked bread in the oven. Responsible for this […]

Day and Night Pharmacy – Nelson Mandela R.I.P

Day and Night Pharmacy – Nelson Mandela R.I.P

Everyone wanted a piece of his legacy. As successive former and current leaders and heads of states of the UK, the USA and other countries streamed down to his memorial just about all of them omitted to mention that they […]

Lee Murtagh – Bramley Leeds and Boston Massachusetts

Lee Murtagh – Bramley Leeds and Boston Massachusetts

Traditionally boxing gets off to a slow start in the New Year but for me this time it’s a little different. I had to cancel all fights towards the end of last year due to personal reasons but I want […]

Welcome to East Leeds Magazine

Welcome to East Leeds Magazine

Issue 36   Birds flyin’ high, you know how I feel Sun in the sky, you know how I feel Breeze driftin’ on by, you know how I feel It’s a new dawn, it’s a new day,  it’s a new […]

Running with the right crowd -parkrun 2014

Running with the right crowd -parkrun 2014

For any amateur runner who pounds the tarmac or mud on a regular basis training to run 10k’s, half and full marathons, possibly the pinnacle is to run the London Marathon. So it might seem a little strange that Crossgates […]

Alan Mills – Street Kids

Alan Mills – Street Kids

Alan Mills on his National Service in Haifa as a constable with the Palestine Police. Shortly after my trip to Rosh Pina, I was back in Haifa on the circle beats, this time patrolling with an Arab constable. One thing […]

Emsleys Solicitors – Dealing with Separation in the New Year

Emsleys Solicitors – Dealing with Separation in the New Year

Cases of separation and divorce surge in January. The theory being that people ‘get through Christmas and make a fresh start in the New Year’.  Most people will have put children and family first over the celebratory period but come […]

Oceans Fish Restaurant – Fish Cakes and Calamari

Oceans Fish Restaurant – Fish Cakes and Calamari

Oceans Fish Restaurant has been open a couple of months now and it’s been a sure but steady flow for existing staff of Anna, Emily, Rachell and Laura who have recently been joined by Maggie. “We were all a bit […]

MODern Physio

MODern Physio

Andrew Brogden originally hails from over the Pennines in Preston but we’ll forgive him for that as he’s upped sticks and lives in Whitkirk now. After spending a number of injury hit years on the books of Preston North End […]

Meditation and Healing in East Leeds

Meditation and Healing in East Leeds

Life isn’t always easy and we often don’t get time to just be still and relax. Meditation has many myths surrounding it and really it’s quite simple. It is the opportunity to be still and connect with the inner self, […]

Leeds City College – Courses for New Year

Leeds City College – Courses for New Year

Leeds City College Deacon House Centre  NEW Part Time Adult Courses!   Deacon House Adult Education Centre is part of Leeds City College – the UK’s third largest further education college. The Centre provides a vibrant, multicultural learning environment, delivering […]