Archive for April, 2015

East Leeds Magazine Editorial – Issue 47

East Leeds Magazine Editorial – Issue 47

Welcome to Issue 47 of ELM. You want jobs? I’ve got jobs! Hospitals? Top of my list! Tax cuts and platform shoes For every small businessman Just give me your vote Just give me your vote Schools, prisons? Of course […]

Josh Warrington

Josh Warrington

Josh ‘The Warrior’ Warrington probably needs very little introduction in these parts. A former pupil at John Smeaton school, Josh went on to train as a dental technician. But he’s made his name knocking teeth out not repairing them and […]

St Gemma’s Hospice – Midnight Walk

St Gemma’s Hospice – Midnight Walk

Fancy a girls night out with a difference? The Leeds Midnight Walk is back for its 9th year and it’s a great opportunity to spend your Saturday night supporting St Gemma’s Hospice! This ladies only walk will take you around […]

St Gemma’s Hospice – India Works

St Gemma’s Hospice – India Works

Is seeing the Taj Mahal, the Great Wall of China or the Northern Lights on your bucket list? Are you looking to do something exciting and out of your comfort zone? Or would you really like to make a difference […]

Alan Mills – End of the Mandate

Alan Mills – End of the Mandate

We were coming towards the end of our time in Palestine, in March 1948 notices were distributed asking for volunteers for a token force to stay on in Palestine after the termination of the mandate. I, along with a few […]

Response Mortgages – Equity Release

Response Mortgages – Equity Release

Difficult financial times due to the economic downturn have left many people in need of a financial boost. Many home owners aged over 55 have thousands of pounds tied up in their home. Boost your retirement income by unlocking the […]

Grace Communion Church – Should Christians Vote?

Grace Communion Church – Should Christians Vote?

In a general election year this is a question which some Christians may ask …. ‘Should a Christian vote?’ The answer is simple but before we get to that let’s just remind ourselves of a few key points. Churches should […]

Wilsons – Gluten Free Pork Pies

Wilsons – Gluten Free Pork Pies

You may have recognised Wilsons’ very own John Green starring on BBC Radio Leeds earlier in the month. Reporter Charles Heslett played pie-making apprentice in our bakery to celebrate British Pie Week on Richard Stead’s morning programme. The live broadcast […]

CAD Accounting

CAD Accounting

It’s that time of year again, time to get your finances in order and let the HM Revenue & Customs know whether or not you owe them some tax or maybe THEY OWE YOU So come to CAD Accounting and […]

Day and Night Pharmacy – Forbidden fruit

Day and Night Pharmacy – Forbidden fruit

I keep getting reminded to write about medicines. Recently a patient asked me if he could take his high blood pressure medicine- amlodipine- two hours apart his daily drink of grape fruit juice as a way of complying with the […]

Bethlehem, Malta and Latvians

Bethlehem, Malta and Latvians

Another Sunday afternoon, another great show at the Pryzm Night club. We might as well get it out of the way and start off (again) with Sophie Varley. In only her 6th EBF fight she found herself fighting for the […]

East Leeds FM

East Leeds FM

Chapel FM is joining Leeds Young Film Festival this April and mounting a special all night event for under 18s on Saturday 11 April as part of its wide-ranging programme. Chapel FM Pulls an All-Nighter with ‘The Dark Night’ Part […]

Leeds Flamenco Festival

Leeds Flamenco Festival

The Leeds flamenco Festival is an annual event organised my myself and hosted at Holy Trinity Church on Boer Lane and involving many companies in Leeds including: Instituto Cervantes, Arts@Trinity, The Marriott Hotel, Hobgoblin Music, Ambiente Restaurant and many more. Due to its recent expansion […]