40th Birthday Christmas Concert at St John’s Church, New Briggate, Saturday 5th December, 3pm
Includes appearences by Harry Gration and performances by Tessa Smith, Leeds’s Schools Choir, pop-up choir, plus carols to join in. Grandparents and grandkids friendly!
Why not join us for a carol concert in Leeds city centre’s oldest church? Enjoy christmas shopping and then join us for some Christmas fun.
Tickets available from Age UK Leeds and The Arch Cafe, 0113 3893000. £5 adults, £2 children, including hot drink and mince pie. Mulled wine available to purchase. Wrap up in your scarves,and then warm up at 4pm in the Arch Cafe with crafts and cakes.
Tickets also available on eventbrite
Help us fundraise and celebrate 40 years of supporting older people in Leeds.
Tuesday December 1st Free screening at The Arch Café, between 1pm – 3pm
Age UK in partnership with The Northern Film School invite you to a screening of select shorts films made by older people from Leeds, Italy, Portugal and Slovenia who all took part in the CINAGE Filmmaking for Active Ageing project.
The short films, made by individuals over 65’s explore many themes and are brimming with creativity and individual insights into ageing. Grab a coffee and slice of delightful cake before settling down for an afternoon of film, discussion and the chance to hear from some of the UK CINAGE participants who made the films on view. There will also be the chance to sign up to the next CINAGE course which starts in January 2016. Further information on the course via http://bit.ly/1GJeLAa
The event will take place @ the Arch Café, Leeds between 1pm – 3pm and entry/refreshments/cake are FREE!!
To book your place email either Fiona Rotheray – Fiona.Rotheray@ageukleeds.org.uk or David Turner – email@example.com
The Arch Cafe – Mark Ln, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS2 8JA, 0113 389 3002 – http://www.thearchcafeleeds.co.uk/
The Arch Cafe is a new and exciting venture in Leeds City Centre, and is a cafe with a social conscience