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A major event discussing the UK's regional inequalities takes place in Leeds today. "We want to see investment and powers shared fairly across the UK, with prosperity not remaining centred around the capital," council leader Cllr Judith Blake said at the launch of UK2070's first report. The event coincides with the Power Up the North alliance among northern news groups, with Leeds again making a strong case for change
Getting people into work
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Achieve your vision
Check out Funding Leeds, helping Leeds' voluntary groups, social enterprises and others.
5 Years of action (and more to come)
Prepare for emergencies
Ensure your community is better prepared in the event of an emergency – the West Yorkshire Community Risk Register is a short, simple guide to help you on a range of situations.
To clean air is human
The green light has been given for next stage of Leeds Flood Alleviation Scheme.
Schools: play your part
Consultation begins on new east Leeds secondary school proposal. This short film, meanwhile, is aimed at aspiring governors – professional people who want to make a difference in Leeds.
Calling local food producers
Give blood, you may save a life
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Citizens Advice Leeds, meanwhile, estimate they have helped over one million people – backed by 3,000-plus volunteers – as the group celebrates its 80th anniversary.
Millennium Square will host a free Fanzone 21 - 23 June as #CWC19 arrives in Leeds! Live screenings of matches, plus loads of entertainment and cricket-themed games and activities for everyone to enjoy #leedssportingcity https://t.co/mi0kwOuV6Y pic.twitter.com/5lkKmlMHZO— Millennium Square (@millsqleeds) June 12, 2019