Pinuccio Falivene had been making pizzas and singing about them at Salvo's restaurant in Headingley for 20 years when this photo was taken in June 1996. Sticking with the food and drink theme it was also a month which featured umpire Dickie Bird having a new fermenting room at Tetley's Brewery named after him. Enjoy these photo memories from around Leeds in June 1996. READ MORE: 35 photos to take you back to Leeds in 1996 LOVE LEEDS? LOVE NOSTALGIA? Join Leeds Retro on facebook
1. Leeds in June 1996
Does this cross country runner from Westbrook Lane Primary look familiar? It's Horsforth's own James Milner who went on to play for Leeds United and Liverpool.
Photo: Peter Thacker
2. Leeds in June 1996
Emmerdale stars Frazer Hines and Liz Hobbs opened the new RSPCA shop on Street Lane in Roundhay. They are pictured with appeal shops area manager Elizabeth Lindsay and Tetley Shire horses Prince and Charles.
Photo: Dan Oxtoby
3. Leeds in June 1996
Members of the cast from Ralph Thoresby School's production of Voices of the Living and the Dead. It was being staged to mark the reopening of the John Sowerby Theatre which was damaged in an arson attack.
Photo: Mark Bickerdike
4. Leeds in June 1996
BBC childrens art programme Smart was filmed at Wadlands Hall Farm in Farsley. A giant horse was made using items of riding equipment with the help of pupils from Priesthorpe High School.
Photo: Roy Fox