During tough times on furlough, friends Kelly and Megan take a chance on their mutual love by starting a brand-new baking company called ‘Sugar Coated… Read More »Booming baking business allowed Leeds friends to quit their jobs in lockdown
By Ellie Rainsley Club venues in Leeds impacted by a third national lockdown are appealing to both the government and the public for support, with… Read More »Death to disco: Leeds music scene “hung out to dry” during COVID-19, say events managers
Photos of Leeds in the 1970s have taken over six poster drums in an outdoor trail throughout the city centre. As galleries and museums are… Read More »Leeds artists’ work takes city centre back to the 70s in outdoor gallery
Rough sleepers of Leeds were left thin, dirty and feeling lost after “awful” lockdown, says outreach group
A homelessness outreach group in Leeds has described the “awful” conditions rough sleepers and those living in temporary accommodation suffered through during the pandemic. Linda… Read More »Rough sleepers of Leeds were left thin, dirty and feeling lost after “awful” lockdown, says outreach group
This year, communities across Leeds have been bringing advent calendars to life in an attempt to spread some Christmas cheer in a socially distanced way.
The Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors national parks have both been granted Dark Sky Reserve status. The designation from the International Dark-Sky Association means… Read More »Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors awarded Dark Sky Reserve status
Leeds City Council has begun the trials for its first ‘Active Travel Neighbourhoods,’ designed to stop drivers using residential streets as rat runs. The scheme involves… Read More »Leeds Council blocks roads with planters as part of trial scheme to prevent rat runs