Please note - Leeds Civic Trust is following Government guidance and taking advice from other similar organisation in regards the current COVID-19 outbreak. This means that our forthcoming events and activities have been cancelled. If you have booked a place on one of our events, we will of course offer a full refund.
Cancelled - Conservation Conversation - A Spring Heritage Conference
There are 79 Conservation Areas in the city, each celebrating their own unique heritage and character. With thefts of Yorkshire Yorkshire flagstones, less resources for the Council's Conservation Team and possibly a lack of information for those living in conservation areas there are challenges to preserve these areas on numerous fronts.
Join us for an informative conference with information, guidance, guest speakers and discussion.
Free, but please RSVP for catering purposes.
We are very lucky that James Lomax, former curator of Temple Newsam, will guide Trust member around the property sharing his knowledge and anecdotes. Places are Limited.
Please note, the current COVID-19 pandemic could result in Trust events being cancelled at short notice. If the decision is taken to cancel, we will of course keep you fully updated and will refund each ticket.
Cancelled - ALL-COMERS SUPPER WALKS 2020
Once again Leeds Civic Trust is running its popular series of early evening walks, each themed around a particular period in Leeds' history and architecture.The evening starts with an informal finger buffet - ideal for a fun, sociable and informative evening in the company of friends our colleagues! Click on the links below to book for the walks - all further details can be found on the Eventbrite booking pages. Please note the starting venue for each walk. If you have problems completing the booking online, please call the Trust (Mon-Thu 10am - 4pm).
Wed, 6 May: Seven Statues
Tue, 12 May: Holbeck - The Industrial Revolution in Leeds
Thu, 21 May: The Port of Leeds
Tue, 9 June: Leeds in Three Squares