Hello! Welcome to Wednesday. Sorry if you’ve seen this twice, I’m all fingers and thumbs today.
There’s a new local TV station in town. Made in Leeds (nothing to do with the shop) is starting to get its name out there.
Bond Court is to get a revamp. If you don’t know where this is, it’s the little hidden away petanque court with the lovely red birches. There’s going to be some new trees and seating.
The suspended coffee idea is adjusted and expanded in this plan for St George’s Crypt. It’s not just coffee you can buy in advance, but meals as well.
The casino location decision is to be announced on Friday, updates the Leeds Citizen. Obviously careful thoughts are being made.
Wendy’s Things to see and do in Leeds is always a highlight.
The dates have been announced for Opera in the Park and Party in the Park. Don’t forget you have to pay for both of them now; great gigs, but no longer free.
It’s Eurovision weekend, heavens help us. The Leeds List provides us with details of where the Eurovision parties are.
The latest Arena acts to be announced: Russell Howard and Lee Evans. Comedy!
Leeds Big Bookend Festival event at the Leeds Library (the private one on Commercial Street): Speaking about the unspeakable – Rose George, on Wednesday 22 May, 6.00-7.30pm
The next meeting of Leeds Skeptics in the Pub is on Saturday 18 May, 2pm at the Victoria Hotel: Confessions of a Tarot Reader
One of our writers came across this blog serendipitously last year when suffering a broken heart, and it reminded her why being single really isn’t a bad thing. Now blogger @ElfinKate would like to tell you why she started writing and perhaps ask a little favour. Have a read and see what you think.
Finally, thanks to North Leeds News I now know about this really bad (i.e. good) idea: Midnite Munchies. If you live in LS1-LS19 postcodes you can have snacks delivered to your door between 7pm and 1am. Oh dear.
And that’s that for today! We’ll see you on Friday, hopefully less technologically inept 🙂