Would you like your photo to be considered to be included in a commemorative photo book ‘Celebrate – 50 years of Leeds West Indian Carnival’ published in August 2017? Here is what Guy Farrar has to say: We are looking for your pictures and snaps from the last 50 years that include: the troupes – […]
Gateway@Chapeltown project delivered a ‘New Directors’ workshop. The workshop gave a breakdown of the role of a Director to both aspiring entrepreneurs and existing business owners. If you are interested in gaining business support and advice contact email@example.com for more information regarding the Gateway@Chapeltown project. Keep a look out for our next ‘Business Start Up’ […]
Professionally built market stalls. 8 foot by 4 foot. Overhang to protect customers from weather. They come complete with plywood counters, large heavy duty tarpaulins and clips to secure the tarpaulin. Stalls have been well used but would look great repainted. They are not bent or dented and in very good overall condition. We have […]
ChaCo are having a public consultation and are inviting people to see the plans. The consultation is 3pm–8pm, Wed 15 March 2017, Roscoe Methodist, Francis St, LS7 4BZ. Here is what they have to say: “Since 2010, ChaCo has been sounding out people and groups in this area about the idea of setting up a […]
There is a weekly Ladies Mini Market every Saturday 10am – 4pm at the Reginald Centre, 263 Chapeltown Rd, Leeds LS7 3EX. This is an update from the previous hours of 10am – 12 noon.
Stalls include craft, homeware, jewellery, aromatherapy, children activities, yoga and health sessions.
For more information see https://www.facebook.com/Pop-up-Ladies-Mini-Market-1831364037131100/
Here at our Gateway Project (a project of Chapeltown Development Trust) in a partnership with University of Leeds we are offering a free legal resource and information service for pre start and new small business owners in Chapeltown and Harehills provided by commercial law specialists. These sessions respond to the need/desire amongst businesses for immediate, […]
Why entrepreneurship in marginalized communities? When given equal opportunity, most people can make great contributions to our communities and economy. People from marginalized communities continue to be over represented in unemployed and low skilled jobs. For them, starting a business means an opportunity to fulfill their potential, to integrate and become self- reliant whilst creating […]
Chapeltown Development Trust are putting on a community event at the Reginald Centre on Friday 9th December 2:30-6pm. We have some great attractions like Mimika Theatre and lantern making workshops, by a local artist. As well as other arts and crafts, facepainting, henna mehndi, Santa’s Grotto, food and drink. There will be music outside 4-4.30pm, […]
Chapeltown Arts Festival will be going on in July. They are looking for artists, makers and creatives for their exhibition at Inkwell and to be stallholders for the festival in the the Norma Hutchinson Park. They are also looking for volunteers to help with the festival. If you are interested please email them at firstname.lastname@example.org […]