The Black Health Initiative

The Black Health Initiative is a community engagement organisation that looks at health inequalities within education, health and social care. I headed down to their headquarters for a chat with Heather Nelson and Sofyanah Ramzan, CEO and Chair of this Leeds-based charity, to find a bit more about what they do, who they support, and […]

3 Cottages Cafe at Meanwood Park – A Warm Welcome Awaits

It was a cold, wet and blustery Friday afternoon when I popped down to Three Cottages Cafe to enjoy lunch with some friends. Despite our muddy boots from a morning walk around the park, we were made very welcome, and quickly settled in for some much-needed warmth and nourishment. We had pre-booked our table for […]

Review: Fleur Cafe at The Light, Leeds

Cath Kane and Thomas Chalk went along to Fleur, the newly established cafe at The Light, and found themselves enjoying Sunday lunch in exceptional surroundings. Fleur’s distinctive and abundant floral decor is easy to spot as customers approach the venue, creating a memorable impression. Thankfully, though, for those hay fever sufferers amongst you, the hundreds […]

The Royal Voluntary Service’s Community Cafe in Meanwood

Leeds Living was invited to visit Meanwood’s Community Centre to meet Nikki Biram of the Royal Voluntary Service and some of the people who meet at their community cafe.   Cath Kane had the pleasure of joining the group to find out more about what goes on. Every Friday morning, some of the older residents of […]

Pizza For The People’s Indie Banquet

Following up on her preview of the Indie Banquet  last month, Cath Kane headed on down to Hyde Park Book Club on 17 August for the latest Indie Banquet by Pizza for the People.  It was my first visit to Hyde Park Book Club, nestled on Otley Road in between Hyde Park and Headingley, a […]