Robyn Stockwell competed in the Leeds Half Marathon earlier this month, just over a year after undergoing surgery on a brain tumour. The operation on her grade four acoustic neuroma took 11 hours and one year and two days later, Robyn joined more than 5,000 people on the streets of Leeds on 8 May and raised money for Yorkshire's Brain Tumour Charity.
It still feels warm but those going out might want to take an umbrella Temperatures have been getting warmer recently in Leeds with people spotted enjoy a cool pint in the soon, or taking the family to the popular park like Hyde Park or Roundhay. The good news is that temperatures are set to remain warm with highs of 19C, so you can still enjoy the outdoors of the city.
The site opposite the old Yorkshire Evening Post offices would have 400 flats A supersize tower block with almost 400 flats could be built on the north-western edge of Leeds city centre. Developers have formally submitted plans to build a 31-storey block off Wellington Street, directly opposite the site of the old Yorkshire Evening Post and Yorkshire Post offices.
The numbers were initially declining after the pandemic but have begun to increase again A soup kitchen in Leeds is seeing a hundred people a week coming to seek help as bills and food prices skyrocket. Neruka's Soul Food Soup Kitchen, based out of the Church of Jesus Christ Apostolic, has been helping people in the Harehills area since 2009 but has seen an increase in the need for its services.
Commuters in a handful of Derbyshire towns will be affected News that train operating company Northern have announced cuts to a popular route used by Derbyshire commuters has led to anger from passengers. The route from Leeds to Nottingham travels through many Derbyshire towns and is a commonly used service for commuters working in Yorkshire or Nottinghamshire.
Meat:Stack is opening in Leeds after enjoying success in Newcastle New opening Meat:Stack is giving away 100 free meals when it opens next month. Meat:Stack comes to the city having enjoyed success in Newcastle. The business is known for a menu inspired by one of America’s most iconic cultural exports - going out for a burger.
The biggest mistake Leeds United could make as they celebrate staying in the Premier League is to gloss over the lessons that need to be learnt from being dragged into a relegation battle in the first place. Chief amongst them, they need to swallow their pride, own up to what they got wrong and fix it.
With the dust settling on a difficult season that at least finished well with final day heroics the question on fans' lips now is "what is next for Leeds United"? Will the lessons be learned from a campaign that so nearly ended with relegation? Namely the decision to go with such a thin squad, leaving options severely limited when injuries struck through much of the campaign.
Express Sport's Matthew Dunn discusses the talking points from the final weekend of the Premier League and discusses what lessons need to be learned from the 2021-22 season as a whole. We went into the final weekend with the title, the Champions League qualification and the relegation places all at stake.
Hibs manager Lee Johnson sees the signing of Nohan Kenneh as "a real coup"; the 19-year-old will join when his deal at Leeds expires next month; he has been capped at England under-16 and under-17 level; it comes after the club announced the signing of Scotland goalkeeper David Marshall
The Whites have managed to beat second season syndrome and survive in the Premier League for another year Jack Harrison's 94th-minute winner meant that Leeds United secured their Premier League status for a third season. The Whites came into the day knowing that they could achieve survival if they bettered Burnley's result against Newcastle United on the final day and - after a few nervy early moments - the day panned out perfectly for Jesse Marsch's side.
The outpouring of emotion from the Whites winger showed just how much the prospect of Premier League survival meant to him despite negatively affecting his chance of a dream move Those that questioned Raphinha’s commitment to the Leeds United cause in recent months were shut down emphatically at the Brentford Community Stadium.
House prices in Liverpool have risen by over 10% since this time last year House prices in Liverpool have risen sharply in just a single year. Research from the Property Buying Company, a property consultant based near Leeds, has shown that the average price of a property in Liverpool has risen from around £160,000 to £175,000 in a single year.
Karina Sheard, who dresses up as characters for kids parties, has been left worried for the future of her business A Leeds woman has been left "devastated" after a group of adults "smashed up" the 'Barbie box' she uses for kids' parties.
Everton insist they have followed Financial Fair Play rules but Burnley and Leeds threaten legal action
Relegated Burnley and last-day survivors Leeds want proof Everton did not break FFP regulations Everton have issued another robust defence of their financial dealings as the threat of legal action from relegated Burnley complicates the dramatic final-day denouement at the bottom of the Premier League table. The Clarets are counting the impact of a costly relegation which comes with the sting in the tail of the club being required to pay back a “significant proportion” of a £65m loan that was part of a leveraged buyout launched by ALK Capital in 2020.
Talking points from Brentford's final day disappointment Brentford ended their debut Premier League campaign with a whimper as they fell to defeat against Leeds United in front of their own fans. A late winner from Jack Harrison, albeit via a scrappy deflection, saw the Whites steal victory right at the death.
Thanfully Manchester United’s terrible 2021/22 season is finally over. What a year it has been. The campaign started off perfectly, with a spectacular 5-1 win over Leeds, and expectations grew. United could never match up to those heights, and the season has ended with the club’s lowest Premier League points total.
LEE JOHNSON has secured his second signing as Hibs boss as Nohan Kenneh agreed a three-year contract in Edinburgh. The 19-year-old defensive midfielder signed a pre-contract deal to take him to Easter Road on the expiry of his terms at Leeds. He'll link up with his Hibs team-mates at the end of June.
Hibs have completed the signing of defensive midfielder Nohan Kenneh, who has agreed a three-year pre-contract deal. The former England Under-17 internationalist is under contract at Leeds until the end of June but will join up with the Easter Road side on July 1 along with Scotland goalkeeper David Marshall, who will also make the move north on the expiration of his current deal.