2001 saw the new headquarters of The Getaway Girls officially opened in Harehills thanks in part to cash from the Lottery Community Fund and Abbey National. And your YEP was there for the opening ceremony as Galaxy 105 DJ J-Jo did the honours for a group which continues to helps young women in Leeds to transform their lives. It was also a community that came together after a night of rioting in the summer of 2001. Elsewhere LS8 said a fond farewell to a much loved vicar, costumes were being created at a workshop in Harehills ahead of the West Indian Carnival and the Harehills Irish Music Project made all the right noises. Enjoy these photos charting 12 months in the life of Harehills. Do you recognise anyone? READ MORE: 14 photo memories of Harehills in 2005 LOVE LEEDS? LOVE NOSTALGIA? Join Leeds Retro on facebook
18 photo memories of Harehills in 2001
It was the year in which a movement aimed at helping young woman build confidence and resilience found a home in the heart of a Leeds community.
By Andrew Hutchinson
Thursday, 18th March 2021, 6:00 am
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