Brand new bases!
Glenfield Caravan Park have received a Silver David Bellamy Conservation Award for the work we have done to the protect and enhance Britain’s natural environment.
Bird’s you can see surrounding Glenfield include; Herons, Buzzards, Red Kites, Starlings, Tawny Owl’s, Black Birds, Gold Finches, Magpies, Crows, Tree Pipits and Moorhens
12, 13 & 14 October 2018
A hugely popular event, this includes a full programme of WWII and 1940s themed entertainment and events. The event is run by the North Yorkshire Moors Railway but is now so popular events have sprung up all over the town, including the showground, and town centre.
Once again in 2018, tens of thousands of people are expected to gather at Roundhay Park to enjoy Leeds’ biggest bonfire and fireworks event.
Admission is free!
A reintroduction program for Red Kites began in England and Scotland in 1989, with Yorkshire being the fifth area to see the birds released back into the wild, in 1999. Young birds that had been successfully reared in the Chiltern Hills in South East England were released at the Harewood Estate, and now there are tens of them living in our area. You are guaranteed to see them souring above you whilst you are with us.
The Chorus of Opera North and a brass ensemble from the Orchestra of Opera North are joined by 150 children from Windmill and Low Road Primary Schools who have been participating in Opera North’s In Harmony Community Residency programme. This half hour concert of much-loved Christmas hymns interspersed with rousing brass band music begins at 2.30pm on the ground floor of Trinity Leeds (near the Apple Store). Part of the Visit Leeds ‘Magical Leeds’ season
Thu 10 Dec 2015