Over 250 guests of the Leeds Irish business community took their seats alongside His Excellency the Ambassador of Ireland, Adrian O’Neill as we hosted our first ever fundraising dinner dance, and the night exceeded all our expectations!
Our record breaking best ever Country & Irish Tea Dance took place Wednesday afternoon at Immaculate Heart Hall and boy what an afternoon it was with music, line-dancing, John Wayne and even our very own Leeds Irish Dolly Parton!
Our painting group enjoyed an al-fresco feel moment today as they took to the garden to sharpen up the lead and sketch some of the foilage and wildlife. Barbara said ‘it is like being on retreat; you just lose yourself in the moment’. Most of the group have never picked up a pencil or brush […]
The latest LIHH newsletter is here and full of interesting stories some written by our own very talented, service users! See what’s been happening and what’s on for August and September.
We can all agree that when we have exercised we feel fantastic and there is no better feeling than exercising in the fresh air.
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!
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.
The coach was buzzing this morning as Care Support Worker Emma set off with 10 clients who are very excited to start a 3 day residential course at Northern College to learn all about digital photography. The trip has been made possible by the kind generosity of a Leeds Irish businessman who prefers to remain […]
Each year we carry out client surveys whereby we contact everyone who has attended our groups, luncheons clubs, trips and activities, so that we can be sure and are confident we are offering exactly what our service users expect and enjoy.
Another successful and fun afternoon was had recently at the Seacroft Library for our Cara Friends. Competative stuff it was too with Maggie winning and John getting extremely excited even with no money changing hands!