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Chef Vivek Kashiwale. 'I Love Leeds'.
Chef Vivek Kashiwale. 'I Love Leeds'.
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Leeds is home to two stately homes which are open to the public, Harewood House and Temple Newsam House

Leeds is home to seven major parks, 62 community parks, 95 outdoor sport facility sites and 155 hectares of local green space

Leeds is home to Tropical World, an incredible collection of tropical plants and animals attracting over 1m annual visitors

Leeds is home to Leeds Festival, one of the country’s biggest music events, not to mention the 02 Academy

Leeds is home to one of the most developed waterfronts in Britain, now lined with countless bars, cafes, shops and flats

Leeds is home to some of the best hotels in the country including Malmaison, Oulton Hall and 42 The Calls

Leeds is home to a thriving club scene, which includes one of the country’s oldest venues, the 33-year-old Warehouse

Leeds has pledged to make itself one of the most child-friendly cities in Britain

Leeds is home to one of the most diverse ethnic populations in the country

Leeds is home to suburbs packed with bars, cafes and eateries such as Chapel Allerton, Headingley and Roundhay

Leeds, Sweet street, 28th March 1979'LIGHTING'Mr. Eddie Mullan, a lift engineer at the City of Leeds Public Works Department, Sweet Street, gives a last polish to one of the four old gas lamps that are to be sent to Germany.

Leeds nostalgia: Bits of old Leeds sent to Germany... in 1979