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Can you donate food?
Can you support calls to donate food to those in need?
The Big Summer Collection wants donations of food and toiletries to help Big Change Leeds. As the poster details, your contact is 07903 123283.
Leeds foodbanks, meanwhile, are urging the public to increase efforts during the school holidays – in the absence of free school meals.
FareShare Yorkshire has a Leeds warehouse for companies wishing to donate surplus food.
Protests next week - disruption to travel
Climate change protesters have announced plans for action in a number of UK cities, including Leeds, next week (w/c 15th July). Because this may cause some travel disruption, we advise everyone to keep an eye on their transport arrangements for next week, for instance using the https://www.wymetro.com website
By road, by rail
Energy savings of 62 per cent are to be made from Leeds' street lights conversion programme.
This short film shows aerial progress on East Leeds Orbital Route.
Look out for the Big Bike Fix in south Leeds.
Clean Air Leeds has a Twitter discussion to discover what organisations are doing to encourage sustainable travel.
Morley primary school pupils are helping identify speeding drivers alongside the police.
For older readers, this short film shows how you could work for West Yorkshire Police.
The dangers of drink or drug driving are examined in the latest monthly newsletter by police and crime commissioner Mark Burns-Williamson.
Big issues debated
Summer pop up shop Compass House is at St John's Centre until today. It's a great opportunity for students with special educational needs and disabilities to gain valuable work experience.
The use of technology to support adults with learning disabilities, meanwhile, is one of the reasons for Leeds being named digital council of the year.
EU citizens in Leeds
Are you an EU citizen living in Leeds? You can find Leeds' online round up of the government's EU settlement process and details on local help.
Weighty tale to help health
How did Stephen drop from 108kg in weight to 85kg – and what are the health benefits? Read his One You Leeds blog.
Congratulations to Leeds Teaching Hospitals for two Health Service Journal Awards. They recognise Trust work on falls and care for older people.
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Summer of fun
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No edition next week. We return on 25 July. Thank you.