This week we are supporting the National Public Health Campaign by shining a spotlight on alcohol misuse and exploring the reasons for some stereotypes of the Irish community regarding alcohol. Read an interesting factsheet from Irish In Britain about the effects and causes of alcohol misuse and why we should all consider our alcohol consumption.
This story begins with a young man who lived amongst the mountains and peat bogs in a beautiful small Island which lies off the rugged west coast of Ireland, known as Achill Island.
Leeds Irish Health & Homes 3rd annual Fundraising Céílí tickets are now on sale! To purchase tickets simply go to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/3rd-annual-fundraising-ceili-tickets-39182432711or call us on 0113 2625614 We look forward to welcoming you to what promises to be a fantastic night!
We are delighted to announce that our memory café will officially open this afternoon at 2:30 pm to 4:30pm at the Montague Burton Resource Centre, Banstead Street West, Leeds, LS8 5RU.
Housing is important, yet you do more then that you give people like me and Paddy a chance to do something without feeling like we will be judged. A community that Leeds Irish Health and Homes have set up and run touches individuals.
I’m very genuinely sincerely humbled and honoured to be part of the Leeds Irish Health & Homes in any way possible. Having no family of my own now in Leeds (originally from) Leeds. On my return back l felt l was adopted and as a family member. Its very special feeling to me!
Under two year’s l had never sung in my life period. Joined the local church choir for their Carol’s service. Then was asked to join the church choir – me?…. During this l was asked to try for the “Leeds Philharmonic Chorus” – Woooow still can’t believe it!… l then was asked to join the “West Riding Opera Company” too. I love all types of music – “eclectic tastes!”
*Best of all is feeling a family member with everyone at Irish Health &, Home’s!..
Wishing everyone many thanks and God bless to you all…..