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Ian Is Baking Up A Storm In Headingley

By • Nov 10th, 2010 • Category: Business news

Ian Gaunt’s new bakery on North Lane is a welcome addition to the centre of Headingley. A baker for over 30 years, Ian has built a reputation for himself as a baker of distinction. When Anthony Flynn opened his Piazza in the Corn Exchange, the top chef sought him out to be in charge of [...]

Parking Petition

By • Dec 16th, 2009 • Category: Community, Lead story

We the undersigned petition for the reinstatement of fair public use of on street parking facilities for shoppers in and around Headingley. This will assist local businesses and improve the local economy and will also promote a lively and vibrant Headingley. Please click the link below to view the petition petition Paper version Online [...]

Family Restaurant to Stay

By • Nov 3rd, 2009 • Category: Business news

The long standing and well loved Caliente Cafe ( ) situated at 53 Otley Road , in the heart of Headingley has for decades catered for families in and around Headingley and served generations of students. Caliente Cafe is a family run independent restaurant , the proprietors Peter and Kiran are looking forward to a well deserved retirement which will [...]

THE F WORD Battle for Best Local Italian Restaurant

By • Nov 3rd, 2009 • Category: Entertainment & events

CHANNEL 4 – TUESDAY 3RD NOVEMBER 2009 – STARTS 9:00PM On Tuesday 3rd November Gordon Ramsay’s F Word returns to Channel 4 with an exciting new mission: the nationwide search for The F Word’s Best Local Restaurant. In the first episode, viewers can watch Salvo’s Italian Restaurant & Salumeria in Headingley battle it out against [...]

The “new look” Arndale Centre

By • Mar 4th, 2009 • Category: Business news, Community

Headingley’s most vibrant shopping quarter “Otley Road” has some huge changes afoot. The owners of The Arndale Centre are giving it a £2.5 million make over. The planned refurbishment which commenced in January ’09 is due to complete in April ’09. Savills, the managing agent for The Arndale Centre are in negotiations with prospective tenants, both national and regional, [...]

The future looks even better in Headingley

By • Oct 31st, 2008 • Category: Community

It would be a shame to think we were scarred and affected by the 60’s architectural abominations forever. Headingley has some very nice examples of beautiful architecture, but in the 60’s when less emphasis was placed on the phrase “in keeping” and free love reined supreme we were left regretting the legacy of the 60’s [...]

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