Prime Minister Tony Blair visited a community centre in the heart of LS13. He was joined by the then Home Secretary David Blunkett who arrived sporting a black eye after striking his head on a metal stairwell. The pair spent about 40 minutes talking to invited guests at Fairfield Youth & Community Centre while they moved around a series of tables. After the session he told the meeting he believed the key to cracking the problems of anti-social behaviour lay in a two-track approach of long and short term policies. The year also saw the opening of a new primary school in the community as well as a recognition for a young resident who raised the alarm when his mum collapsed at home. READ MORE: 20 photo memories of Pudsey in 2000 LOVE LEEDS? LOVE NOSTALGIA? Join Leeds Retro on facebook
18 photo memories of Bramley in 2003
2003 was a year in which high profile politicians were keen to have a 'big conversation' with Bramley residents.
By Andrew Hutchinson
Published 16th Feb 2021, 11:30 GMT
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