All sorts of different people, from all over Leeds, telling the world about living in the city. Each Monday a new person will take over the account.
First stop was the library. It's got a nice children's section. And the building is beautiful.
The city's a stone book. Boy2 likes to spell out his name on this. People play chess on the boards behind.
Leeds Town Hall, reminds me of Bolton where I grew up, as it has a very similar town hall, but with fewer lions :)
Just remembered, this is what it said on the bus stop screen, suppose I should be glad any buses turned up at all!
Now: A few more cars, no post office anymore :( but the lamp-post has grown!
They're digging up the streets near us (again). I like all the mulicoloured markings though, street art?
The same spot now looks like this, it's changed even since google streetmap due to the road widening works
Might make a patriotic pavlova again, like I did for the Royal Wedding last year :D
... I know where I'll be returning for all my Jubilee needs!
Then bumped into a few neighbours and got distracted by the shops opposite school....
Sunny school run for a change. You can see across the valley to Armley....
Love the rusty old machines lying about
The boys liked this horse-drawn fire engine from 1891
Some interesting artwork by a Leeds University student in one of the mill spaces
There's a lovely little cinema in here too!
A shed covered in knitting- a project from the 2007 I Love West Leeds festival
There are lots of big mill machines like this one, a carder. You can also see a big spinning mule running.
We were the only people in the picnic area!
Bridge over the river from the Cardigan Fields leisure park
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