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Chapel FM – The Great Get Together

Chapel FM – The Great Get Together

The Great Get Together on Seacroft Village Green 1-4pm Sunday 18th June 2017 Come and join us for a picnic, some outdoor games, and a chance to chat with friends and neighbours. The Great Get Together is inspired by Jo […]

East Leeds Magazine – Issue 67 Editorial

East Leeds Magazine – Issue 67 Editorial

It was twenty years ago today Sgt. Pepper taught the band to play They’ve been going in and out of style But they’re guaranteed to raise a smile So may I introduce to you The act you’ve known for all […]

Lee Murtagh – Good Honest Boxing

Lee Murtagh – Good Honest Boxing

Good Honest Boxing I’ll start with my recent show towards the end of April at the Aria Suite which nearly saw a return to ‘Carry on Boxing’ with the ring and the ref with letting me down at short notice. […]

Grace Communion Church – The Humble Sprout

Grace Communion Church – The Humble Sprout

The Humble Sprout If you compiled a list of the most popular vegetables , probably peas and carrots would come top, or very near the top, and the humble sprout near the bottom. The sprout’s problem is that most restaurants […]

Chapel FM – We Need Your Help

Chapel FM – We Need Your Help

Chapel FM Arts Centre—We need your help! On the allotment and in the kitchen. There are lots of opportunities to get involved at Chapel FM—from playing live music in our radio theatre to becoming a radio broadcaster. But some of […]

Alan Cuthbertson – A Midlife Crisis

Alan Cuthbertson – A Midlife Crisis

A midlife crisis It doesn’t matter if you live in Granada, East Leeds or Timbuktu, when a man reaches a certain age he starts wanting to do weird things. This normally manifests itself in the purchase of something he doesn’t […]

East Leeds Magazine – Issue 66 Editorial

East Leeds Magazine – Issue 66 Editorial

I’ve got a bike. You can ride it if you like. It’s got a basket, a bell that rings and Things to make it look good. I’d give it to you if I could, but I borrowed it.   Pink […]

Leeds Flamenco Festival

Leeds Flamenco Festival

In 2005, fourteen year old Samuel Moore went on holiday with his Gran to Malaga. Disappointed with the lack of Spanish culture on the coast, they went inland to Granada and whilst walking through Alhambra Palace, Samuel experienced Flamenco for […]

Yorkshire Air Ambulance – Yorkshire Puddingz

Yorkshire Air Ambulance – Yorkshire Puddingz

Most people celebrate their 40th by going out for a drink or a meal. Others are a bit more adventurous and might go away for the weekend or even tick something off their bucket list – hot air ballooning or […]

It’s Time to Talk

It’s Time to Talk

Time to Talk Imagine you feel all alone, no-one understands, no-one wants to listen anymore. All that people do is judge. How isolating and frightening it would be. There are people in our community who feel this way. Sometimes we […]

Slimming World – Successful Slimmer

Slimming World – Successful Slimmer

Successful slimmer? Your loss could be East & North East Leeds gain Slimming experts in Leeds are celebrating a successful start to the year after helping 4450 members lose a total of 1,563 stone. Now they have launched a campaign to […]

Sound and Vision – Thankyou

Sound and Vision – Thankyou

 

St Gemma’s – Open garden, London to Paris, Midnight Walk, Wingwalk

St Gemma’s – Open garden, London to Paris, Midnight Walk, Wingwalk

  St Gemma’s Hospice 0113 218 5196 events.st-gemma.co.uk

BPS Plastics

BPS Plastics

BPS Plastics www.bpsplastics.com Newhold Industrial Estate Garforth LS25 2LD  

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Whitkirk Church – Something About St Mary’s

Redevelopment of St Mary’s Church Hall, Selby Road, Whitkirk Have you ever attended St Mary’s Church Hall? Since it was built in 1968 it has been an important focal point in the area hosting church events, musical performances, theatrical productions, […]

St Gemma’s – Midnight Walk, London to Paris, 3 Peaks

St Gemma’s – Midnight Walk, London to Paris, 3 Peaks

  St Gemma’s Hospice 0113 218 5196 events.st-gemma.co.uk

Young Artists Recitals at Lotherton Hall

Young Artists Recitals at Lotherton Hall

Young Artists Recitals at Lotherton Hall Sundays at 2pm Spring & Summer season 2017 Sunday 30 April Jochama Piano Trio Violin – Charis Sykesud Cello – Matthew Johnson Piano – Josh Wilkinson Hummel Piano Trio No. 1 Smetana Piano Trio […]

East Leeds Magazine – Issue 64 Editorial

East Leeds Magazine – Issue 64 Editorial

We are the Sherlock Holmes English-speaking Vernacular. God save Fu Manchu, Moriarty and Dracula. We are the Office Block Persecution Affinity. God save little shops, china cups, and virginity.   The Kinks and their uncompromisingly English ‘Village Green Preservation Society’. […]

Warren’s World of Wildlife – Dawn Chorus

Warren’s World of Wildlife – Dawn Chorus

  I love this time of year when at last our part of the world starts to Spring back into life and we all come out of our self imposed hibernation against the cold and long dark nights. The Snowdrops […]

Grace Communion Church – Feeling Worthess

Grace Communion Church – Feeling Worthess

How strange it is that we live in a world of material blessings that our ancestors living a 100 years ago would regard as fulfilling every need, yet more people feel worthless, unfulfilled lonely and unloved than ever before. Could […]

Chapel FM – I Daniel Blake

Chapel FM – I Daniel Blake

Chapel FM Film Screening I Daniel Blake Thursday 23rd March 2017 at 12.30pm and 7.30pm Most people know that radio is at the heart of a lot of the things we do at Chapel FM. But, as an Arts Centre, […]

Lee Murtagh’s Boxing Diary – Back to Malta

Lee Murtagh’s Boxing Diary – Back to Malta

  We started the year off in warmer climes, when a Bethlehem team went over to Malta for the first time in almost a year. We had six boxers on the bill although the total entourage was twenty seven people […]

Plot on the Landscape – Sam’s Jam

Plot on the Landscape – Sam’s Jam

Plot On The Landscape– Rhubarb,Manure and Jam. It’s one of the most enjoyable times of the year for Allotmenteers!…Planning for the year ahead thinking about new and different crops to grow, out with the old wizened up roots and on […]

Alan Cuthbertson Moving Abroad – Gardia Civil

Alan Cuthbertson Moving Abroad – Gardia Civil

Whenever possible I tune into Calendar news for what I call my Yorkshire fix. It’s nice to see familiar landmarks and hear the accent of those being interviewed, everybody over here seems to be a southerner. I sat up and […]

Sound and Vision – Seacroft Pubs

Sound and Vision – Seacroft Pubs

Hello hello hello, will have to stop doing that introduction, I sound like the good old boys in blue. Anyway let’s crack on, village green, The Cricketers Arms what a fantastic pub, from a good old country pub to a […]