East Leeds Magazine

This independently published magazine has its roots in Crossgates, but broadens out to wider areas of Leeds 9, 14 & 15 with features of general interest, making it a lively and informative read.

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East Leeds Mag is a full-colour glossy publication printed to a high standard throughout.

Providing suppliers of goods and services with an affordable, effective and environmentally friendly means of advertising.

Our very competitive pricing gives our customers the opportunity to advertise in a quality publication reaching thousands of homes.

Unlike newspapers which often end up in the recycling bin at the end of the week our magazines are kept for reference until the next issue is delivered.

East Leeds Mag is delivered in the following areas – Crossgates, Austhorpe, Whitkirk, Colton, Halton, Scholes, Barwick, Red Halls.

The magazine is currently distributed to 17,000 homes and businesses and is also available at various outlets.

This includes Crossgates Shopping Centre, libraries and other outlets throughout East Leeds.

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Welcome to Issue 101 of East Leeds Magazine.

Get in a taxi, subway train, don’t make me cry these tears in vain, baby, A hundred nights without you is murder baby, A 101 just won’t do, oh no.

As we looked for lyrics from Joe Strummers original 101’ers band, we came across that other bastion of punk, Sheena Easton who released the Prince penned song ‘101’ on her 9th album.

Anyone who thinks the world has gone mad in 2020-21 should check….Sheena Easton really released nine albums? And Prince wrote for her?

Anyway, as we step gingerly into 2021, with hopefully a vaccine on the way that won’t see us all grow two heads, life seems to go on, just a bit differently, Warren implores us all to feed the birds, Alan’s moaning about his new Spanish neighbours and we’re still wittering on about an art exhibition for East Leeds in the late summer.

Oh and Sheena Easton actually released 15 studio albums and a live album which hasn’t been compared to the benchmark live album ‘The Who Live at Leeds.’ The world was already mad, pre 2020.

John & Ali

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