Membership Consultation Events - Two session to choose, Tuesday 23, 18.00 & Tuesday 30, 14.30.
Last year we held events for members which helped direct the Trust's activities for 2017. We have decided that these meetings should become an annual fixture in the Trust's calendar.
We will consider:
- How the Trust can continue to make Leeds a better place to live, work and play.
- What kind of membership do we want (and should it better reflect the population of Leeds as a whole and if so how do we bring that about)?
- What should we do to involve our members in the work and activities of the Trust and keep our activities interesting and relevant?
- How can you get the best from your membership?
- How should we involve and encourage supporters of the Trust (even if they are not members)?
- Is there anything we don't currently do, that you think we can do?
We have arranged for two meetings - for the evening meeting on 23 January there will be wine and nibbles; for the afternoon meeting on 30 January we'll be serving tea & cakes. For catering purposes, please register for your preferred date.
We would like to hear your views and have your input into what the Civic Trust should focus on in the coming months and years.
We hope you can make it and look forward to seeing you there.
A visit to Ruth Gorse Academy
Wednesday 17 January, 4:00pm, Ruth Gorse Academy, Black Bull Street, Leeds LS10 1HW
The Ruth Gorse Academy is the realisation of a £22 million scheme to form part of the growing educational hub in the South Bank area of Leeds. It is an exemplar project combining traditional approaches with cutting edge innovation and which manages to look so strikingly different.
Buses 28, 74. Please do not park in the Academy car park.
What Price Air Quality?
Wednesday 7 February, 6-8pm, Albert Rooms, Leeds Town Hall
A discussion event and opportunity to hear more about Leeds City Council's 'Clean Air Zone' proposals. Speaker;
Cllr. Lucinda Yeadon, Deputy Leader Leeds City Council, Executive Board Member - Environment & Sustainability
Neil Evans, Director of Resource and Housing, Leeds City Council
Polly Cook, Executive Programme Manager, Leeds City Council
Dr James Tate, Associate Lecturer, Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds
More information about the proposals can be found here - please note this takes you to the Council's website.
Leeds in Your Lunch Hour - February Lecture
Each Wednesday in February, doors open at 1pm, lecture starts at 1:15 - 2pm, Holy Trinity Church, Boar Lane
7 February 'From Grammar School to Board Schools' Children's Education in Leeds, 1552-1902
14 February 'A Correct and Beautiful Edifice' The History of Holy Trinity Church
21 February 'Georgian Urban Renaissance' Leeds 250 years ago and the Early Years of The Leeds Library
28 February 'The Remarkable Story of Hunslet' From Medieval Manor to Industrial Suburb
No booking required. Collection taken at the end of the lecture.