We are grateful to a reader for information on ongoing problems in the car park of Bramble Grove on the Redrow estate. In the last 12 years the area has required repair due to subsidence on at least 3 occasions. Less than 6 inches below the surface the test holes fill with water and the pattern of damage indicates that this water is coming off Pool Bank. Continue reading
Honorary Citizen Award 2013 Pool Parish Council is inviting Citizens to nominate one person who has given outstanding service to receive the Honorary Citizen Award. Continue reading
A series of free cycle rides are taking place in Leeds over the coming weeks ideal for families and anyone eager to get out on their bikes. Continue reading
Our latest issue 164, 25 September 2013 is now online.
Message from Half Moon Inn:
We’ve just found an elderly long haired Collie cross wandering about on Church Close… She’s safe but needs her home.
Prepared by Joanna Rowling on behalf of Pool-in-Wharfedale Parish Council 11th August 2013. There is a six-week consultation period before the designation is approved. After that it will be time to create the plan. In the meantime, there will be meetings to get the work underway. Any residents who want to be involved please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Continue reading
The number of pupils in the city’s primary schools could soar by more than 11,000 in the next three years meaning more than 4,000 new places have to be provided. Continue reading
A key was found on the bottom field on the recreation ground last week has been handed in to the post office.
Report from Pool Parish Council:
A number of parish councillors recently met with Leeds City Council Highways Chief Councillor Richard Lewis and received a full apology for the delay in completing the parish traffic project. Continue reading
The 2014 Tour is gathering momentum, the Press are enthusiastically reporting on political infighting, and local councils are working to provide added value to the event. We are grateful to Saorise O’Hanlon for this article on the day the Tour went through his village:
‘It all started at the end of April. New roads, new flower beds, flags hung up, and a general facelift for the area. Continue reading