Archive for January, 2015

Lee Murtagh’s Boxing Diary

Lee Murtagh’s Boxing Diary

  First stop this year is Bethlehem Boxing Clubs participation in a major show over in Malta at the end of January. We’re taking a team of three over (plus supporting cast of five more), Graham Mattison is fighting a […]

Day and Night New Years Revolution

Day and Night New Years Revolution

New Years Revolution This year Day and Night Pharmacy is blasting into the new year. We’ve just acquired the flat above to create more room. Seeing how we keep getting busier and busier (thank you), perhaps we can start offering […]

Bistro Mokka

Bistro Mokka

Cafe Mokka puts on some shiny new clothes and becomes Bistro Mokka. The Cafe will still be open until 4.00 before it’s transformed into a cosy Bistro opening at 5.00pm Monday to Saturday. Owners Gerti and Paulina explained; “Once we […]

Grace Communion Church – The Good Shepherd

Grace Communion Church – The Good Shepherd

A good Shepherd has a close relationship with his flock. They recognise his voice and will follow where he leads, knowing and trusting that he or she will take care of them. Today the majority of people in the wealthy […]

East Leeds Magazine Issue 45

East Leeds Magazine Issue 45

  Some get a kick in a plane, Flying too high, With some gal in the sky, Is my idea of nothing to do, But I get a kick out of you. I get a kick…out of you.   A […]

Dave McCormack Cafe Mokka

Dave McCormack Cafe Mokka

From Prisons to Vettreino David McCormack is a retired painter and decorator, the mainstay of his occupation was going up and down the country painting prisons! He recently retired and is now banged up in his spare room doing a […]

Organ Concerts at Crossgates Methodist Church

Organ Concerts at Crossgates Methodist Church

Standing resolutely in Crossgates Methodist Church is a 1930’s organ, originally built in Leeds which wears the proud name of Wood Wordsworth & Co, an organ manufacturer which dates back to 1866. Sadly, as church organists are quite difficult to […]

Day and Night Pharmacy – January Disease

Day and Night Pharmacy – January Disease

Christmas festivities did not disappoint. The January disease follows with the usual uncompromising symptoms of pot bellies, empty pockets and hangovers. By the way a hangover is a result of alcohol’s water wasting (diuretic) effects and the failure of the […]

Alan Mills – Keep Calm and…

Alan Mills – Keep Calm and…

We were nearing the end of our time in Palestine and once again I was on circle number one beat – the Arab Quarter – which was generally considered to be the roughest beat in Haifa. I questioned why I […]

Community Meals Leeds

Community Meals Leeds

Leeds City Council operates a 365 day community meals service to support older & vulnerable people live independently in their own homes in the community. For some it maybe  short  term  after  illness  or  hospital  discharge, a spouse’s  bereavement, respite […]

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 […]