WW1 Event

On Saturday 27 September, there is an ‘open day’ in Leeds City Museum. Organised in partnership with the University of Leeds and the Yorkshire Post. There will be stalls, talks, opportunities for people to show off their projects, bring their family memorabilia to share and record their stories. There will be one or two short performances during the day, a panel discussion chaired by Professor Alison Fell from the University and activities for all the family.


A craft fair in Arthington

We would like to hold a Christmas Craft Fair at the Arthington village hall on 15 November but we need the support of local crafters to make it work. We are looking for people, ideally local to Arthington / Wharfedale to show their skills. Tables will be free of charge on a first come first serve basis but we would ask that if you are selling on the day that you kindly make a donation to the upkeep of the hall. If interested please mailto:arthingtonvh@gmail.com


Tickets selling like hot cakes- contact John Wood for a reservation

Pool Cricket Club Ground 75th Anniversary

Dear Member/ Player / Supporter

Please see attached details of a Sunday Luncheon to celebrate the 75th Anniversary of our new ground . It would be great to see as many of you
attend as possible and make it such a memorable day. We will have
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Draft Leeds Parking Supplementary Planning Document (SPD)

Consultation 22 August to 17 October 2014

I am writing to inform you that we are now consulting on the draft Leeds Parking Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) and to invite you to take part in this public consultation. Continue reading


Taxi & Private Hire Licensing Safety Awareness Campaign

From week commencing 15th September, it is the Taxi and Private Hire Licensing Sections intention to implement a safety awareness campaign – Are You Taxi Aware? Continue reading


Weather-Yellow Warning Alert

Good afternoon, As you will be aware, we are now seeing the rain that has resulted from the remnants of Hurricane Bertha. The rain is expected to last into the late evening for most of us, then we will get ‘the sting in the tail’. Continue reading