Dr Patrick Eyres author of 'On the Spot: The Yorkshire Red Books of Humphry Repton, Landscape Gardener' will join us at the Trust for a special talk. Repton designed over 400 gardens including Armley House, Oulton Hall and Harewood House. Glass of wine on arrival.
FREE, but numbers are restricted.
Leeds in Your Lunch Hour - Leeds History Public Lectures
No need to book
Holy Trinity Church, Boar Lane, each Wednesday in February, 1:15pm - 1:50pm
Dr Kevin Grady returns with his immensely popular lunch time lectures, this February we'll hear about;
6 February 'The Lost 18th and 19th Century Churches and Chapels of Leeds City Centre'.
13 February 'The Age of the Cloth Halls and What Became of Them'.
20 February 'The Remarkable Story of Hunslet: From Medieval Manor to Industrial Suburb'.
27 February 'The Writings on the Walls: The Story of Leeds Civic Trust's Historic Blue Plaques Scheme'.
No booking required, free event, donations welcome at the end of the lecture.
Five Year Vision - Member Workshops with external facilitator
There are two workshop dates to choose from, to reserve your place please click on the date that suits you:
4pm - 7pm Thursday 14 February (if you work during the day please feel free to attend a little later)
Experience facilitator, Lee Corner, invites members to come along and help shape the work and ambitions of the Trust for the next five years. The Trust's interests in development, heritage and public amenity are as relevant now as they were when the Trust was founded. But what are the major themes that we should focus on that will guide the activities of our volunteers, supported by our staff at Wharf Street? At the end of the process, we will develop an ambitious strategy that will ensure we continue to be an influential and vital organisation.