YEP Says, February 17: Tell us your view of Leeds – and help change city for better

Give us your take on life in Leeds.
Give us your take on life in Leeds.
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Survey aims to tackle issues that matter most to you.

WE’RE often asked to fill in surveys – usually with the promise of being in with a shout of winning something for our trouble.

The reward for completing the survey in today’s Yorkshire Evening Post and on our website is far more straightforward – the prospect of building a better city.

We’re asking what you think of Leeds, because we believe that your opinion counts.

So please take a few minutes to answer the questions in our Leeds Survey.

Where there are issues that need to be tackled we will be taking your concerns directly to the people with the power to do something about them.

So tell us if you sometimes don’t feel safe when you’re out and about, or if you think the area where you live could do with a clean-up.

Have you had problems with your bin collections or keep getting stuck in traffic jams? Do you think there are enough entertainment and leisure facilities on offer in the city?

If you were in charge of Leeds, what’s the one thing you would change?

It won’t take long and your answers – which are given anonymously – will be put to good use.

We’re doing it because we believe that Leeds is a great city but there’s still room for improvement.

With your help, we aim to make it an even better place to call home.

Mitchell’s pool party set to be a splash hit

MITCHELL Peers’ 10th birthday was shaping up to be one he would rather forget.

The pool party his mum Julia had organised for him and his friends was cancelled after the inflatable at Rothwell Sports Centre was condemned on health and safety grounds.

It was all shaping up to be a huge let-down for Mitchell on what should have been a fun and special day.

Thankfully, common sense has now prevailed. Having been contacted by the YEP, the centre has sourced a new inflatable and the party will go ahead.

We hope Mitchell and his friends have a great time.

Bernard Kenny, the man who risked his own life to try and save MP Jo Cox, has died.

YEP Says: Bernard Kenny, a real national hero