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The Hugo’s come to Holt Park to help get you online

June 17th, 2014 · Events

Need help with computer skills or getting online? Then get onboard the HUGO bus! HUGO stands for Helping U Get Online. The project is a joint venture between Housing Leeds and Leeds Federated Housing. The bus has free Wi-Fi, so when it’s in the area people can access the Wi-Fi from around the bus up to 50 metres. There will also be staff on board with laptops ready to help people get online and start surfing the web.

You’ll find the HUGO’s in Holt Park on the 24th of June between 2pm and 4pm in ASDA in the car park out side Holt Park District Centre.

THE HUGOS - HOLT PARK

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Retail Unit avaliable in Cookridge/Tinshill

June 6th, 2014 · Community News

Cookridge Tinshill Retail Unit
Are you looking to set up a business in the Tinshill/Cookridge area? A retail unit has recently become avaliable on Tinshil Road (The former site of Cookridge carpets.) Set with in a small parade of shops, the site benefits from a front layby providing parking faclities. The unit comprises of a workroom and store. Full details here – http://www.fssproperty.co.uk/property-details/24944028/west-yorkshire/leeds/tinshill-road

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Murder in Adel! Can you solve the mystery?

June 4th, 2014 · Events

Adel Players Murder MysteryAn ambitious novelist, a golf club in uproar… and a midsummer murder!

Adel Players are inviting you to play detective when the theatre group holds murder mystery evenings at Adel Memorial Hall on Friday 6 and Saturday 7 June (starts 7.30pm), in aid of charity.

The main event is a new play entitled ‘It Went To Sudden Death’, which is set in north Leeds and is full of colourful characters plus plenty of suspense and intrigue. Audience members will be challenged to spot the clues and then try to work out ‘whodunnit’.

A pie and peas supper (or vegetarian option) is also provided, while a tricky crime quiz and ‘mystery prize’ raffle also form part of the entertainment.

Money raised from the evenings will go towards the Adel War Memorial Association charity and the Mannings for Macmillan 2014 appeal.

Tickets are priced at £12 each. Bookings can be made by phoning 0113 275 5585 or via email at tickets@adel-players.org.uk More information is available at the group’s website www.adel-players.org.uk

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Road works in place on Farrar Lane following power cut

June 3rd, 2014 · Community News

Road works are currently in place on Farrar Lane following a power cut that we reported on Twitter. A very small section of the path between the  Broomfield and Healthfield junctions has been closed and the road has been reduced to a single lane and a diversion for pedestrians has been put in place.

If you need more information about these road works please contact Northern Power GridMan at work sign Northern Power Grid Farrar LanePedestrian Walk Way Northern Power Grid Farrar LanePedestrian Walk Way sign Northern Power Grid Farrar LaneNorthern Power Grid Notice

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Golden Acre Open Air Production to Celebrate Bard’s Birthday

May 26th, 2014 · Events

Golden Acre Park Merry Wives of Windsor

by Joel Beaumont
Golden Acre Park will play host to an open air production to mark William Shakespeare’s 450th anniversary of birth.

Leeds based acting group, Theatre Of The Dales, will present The Merry Wives of Windsor on Tuesday May 27th.

Noted as one of Shakespeare’s wittiest plays, The Merry Wives of Windsor sees a fat, old knight who only cares about himself try seduce two women at once just for money.

The performance will take place on the green behind the cafe and will go ahead whatever the weather. There will also be a showing at Lotherton Hall on Friday 30th May.

Theatre of the Dales has been travelling across Yorkshire with their open air productions since 1997 but this is the first time at either venue. David Robertson, founder-director of Theatre of the Dales said: “Both are such lovely settings. We hope to make them regular venues building up audiences over the years.”

The play starts at 7pm and tickets are available on the gate for £12. Seissuing is available however people can bring their own and picnics are welcome. For more information contact Theatre of the Dales on 01132740461 or visit theatreofthedales.co.uk

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