City Buzz: Our top three events in Leeds this week

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Check out our favourite events going on in Leeds this week.

Vintage Fair

Listen up fashionistas! Lou Lou’s Vintage Fair is back in town.

Soak up some live music as you browse 50 stalls of fashion and homeware or visit the Vintage Tea Party and Gypsy Rose Hair Salon.

The event, which won Best Vintage Fair in the UK two years running, will be at Leeds Town Hall from 11am to 4pm on Sunday, February 8.

Entry is £2.

Trinity Kitchen’s ‘Pay as you Feel’ event

Tomorrow you can walk into Trinity Kitchen and pay whatever you want for some food...honestly!

For one day only, street food vendors Mama’s Jerk Station, Nelly’s Barn, You Doughnut and Busan BBQ are joining the Real Junk Food Project for the ‘pay as you feel’ event, which takes leftover food items from restaurants and supermarkets and turns it into tasty dishes.

The Botanist

Going out for a mid-week drink is now guilt-free thanks to The Botanist.

The bar will host a fete-themed event for the Forget Me Not Hospice from 6pm to 8pm on February 11, with live music and games such as pig racing (not real pigs) and duck shooting (not real ducks).

Tickets cost £15.

Call 0113 205 3240 for details.

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