As promised please enjoy these fantastic photos of the Northern College trip for our clients, made possible by a kind Irish anonymous contractor from Leeds – THANKYOU!
“The mark of a great society is the way it treats it’s most vulnerable, we do this well but we could do better”. Listen to Ant discuss the changing needs of the Irish community here in Britain and the responsibility of everyone in the Irish community to look after our elderly, isolated and most vulnerable.
Every week we hold a number of lunch groups which offers individuals the chance to have a hot meal in a friendly environment where they are able to socialise with other Irish people. The Friday Lunch Group is held every Friday and offers a home-cooked lunch, bingo and raffles.
Well done Amanda we have nothing but admiration for you. Amanda regularly visits Catherine who is a lady with very limited mobility and often takes her everywhere including swimming. Catherine used to love to go swimming before she was a wheelchair user and hasn’t been able to go in years due to having nobody to help her. Amanda researched the best pool with the easiest access, the best support and the times to suit Catherine and then… made it happen!
Lovely people doing great work in the community. Thanks for all your help and hard work.
Alexine Cowell – Friend of Leeds Irish Health & Homes
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.