Residents of Murton Close launched a campaign to get this ginnel closed.

14 photo memories of Seacroft in 2008

It was a year in which thousands of spring bulbs were planted out for residents of a Leeds community to enjoy.

Monday, 12th April 2021, 10:34 am

Youngsters from Seacroft Grange Primary School helped members of Seacroft Green Residents Association and staff from Leeds City Council's parks and countryside department plant out £250,000 worth of bulbs at Seacroft Green. This was 2008, a year in which Mother Nature did its defiant best to dampen the spirits of revellers in LS14. Seacroft Gala only lasted 30 minutes before organisers were forced to abandon the community event owing to heavy rain. On a brighter note your YEP visited the David Young Academy to showcase the teaching talent inspiring the next generation. Enjoy these photo memories from a year in the life of Seacroft. Do you recognise anyone? READ MORE: 14 photo memories of Seacroft in 2002 LOVE LEEDS? LOVE NOSTALGIA? Join Leeds Retro on facebook

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