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Currently sat looking after two lovely children after they have been put under a Police Protection Order. The eldest was absolutely starving so I’ve given up my lunch for him to have...at least he enjoys beans and sausages 😂😂 #PCSO #NPT #PolicingLeeds #WestYorkshirePolice— PCSO674 Alicia Hui (@WYP_AliciaHui) August 31, 2019
A car-free school, among the first in the UK, is planned for Leeds – at the same time Alistair Brownlee is the city's first Active Travel ambassador and it is announced that Cookridge Street will close permanently to cars in autumn 2020.
What should Leeds do about the emergency of climate change? That's the opening question facing Leeds Climate Change Citizens' Jury, a panel of 25 people.
Bins app hits million mark
This is an interesting read: Why my daughter said no to Oxford University and yes to Leeds. Welcome Rose, you'll have a great time.
Home is where the art is
Talent search is sound
Call out for 16–25-year-old female music creators. You could make music, for film and TV, with award winning composers and sound designers in Leeds.
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Angels ready & waiting for the 11pm street briefing on Friday, bringing together all the agencies working over the weekend. Voluntary, statutory & other groups in partnership to help you have a safe and enjoyable night out in Leeds ❤️ #PurpleFlagLeeds #BeSafeFeelSafe #WeStandTogether #Partnership #CommunitySafety #CompassionateLeeds #Leeds #LeedsCityCentre
Fighting the digital divide
Easy on your drinking
Talking about suicide
Be a hero
As reported, Support After Rape and Sexual Violence Leeds (Sarsvl) is recruiting helpline volunteers – women aged 18-plus.
Lottery funding of £800,000 has been awarded to Leeds' organisations – including the LS14 Trust, the LGBT+ Sport Fringe Festival and others.