Leeds Says Thanks bar, theatre, events and sports discounts for NHS and frontline workers

NHS and frontline workers can get discounts and ticket deals at venues across the city after the Leeds Says Thanks scheme was launched this week.

Friday, 25th June 2021, 4:45 am

It marks the second year of the scheme, which is co-ordinated by Leeds City Council and offers a way for businesses and others to show their appreciation for the work done by key workers during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Ahead of the national ‘Thankyou Day’ on July 4, organisations such as Leeds Rhinos Leeds Playhouse, First Direct Arena and many more have pledged to offer special deals on events and experiences.

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The Wardrobe is among the venues backing the Leeds Says Thanks scheme. Picture: Justin Lloyd

Leeds Rhinos said: “We’re proud to be able to give back to all the key workers who have, and continue to, selflessly go above and beyond for others throughout the pandemic.

“Our involvement in the ‘Leeds Says Thanks’ scheme is a just a small gesture of our gratitude for all those who have supported the city in their professional roles.”

Venues to have signed up so far include Sheaf St, The Tetley, The Wardrobe and the Key Club, while events like Slam Dunk Festival are also participating.

Council leader James Lewis said: “In Leeds we have such a fantastically diverse and colourful cultural scene which unfortunately has been hard hit by the pandemic. But with signs of normality returning and doors beginning to reopen, it is exciting to see so many local businesses and organisations come together in saying thanks to NHS and frontline workers for their tremendous efforts over the last 16 months.

“I’d like to once again offer my thanks and appreciation to each and every one of them for their truly heroic response to the crisis and hope these special offers will give them something to look forward to.”

Any local business or organisation that wishes to take part can email [email protected] to find out more.

The scheme is set to run until November 2021, with updates on special offers and discounts being shared using the hashtag #LeedsSaysThanks on social media and via the dedicated www.leeds.gov.uk/LeedsSaysThanks page.

Who has signed up to the scheme so far?

Arts and culture:

Northern Ballet

Red Ladder Theatre Company

Chapel FM Arts Centre

Unlimited Theatre

Tutti Frutti Productions

Slung Low

Leeds Playhouse

Yorkshire Dance

Leeds Baroque

South Asian Arts-uk

Bars, cafes and restaurants:

Sheaf St

The Tetley


Welcome to Yorkshire (membership)

Leeds Film (Leeds City Council)

Light Night Leeds

The Wardrobe

The Key Club

New Citizens

Futuresound Events

SlamDunk Festival

First Direct Arena


Leeds Rhinos

Leeds Golf Centre

Jane Tomlinson's Run For All

Active Leeds (Leeds City Council)

Bramley Baths

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