Flu Jabs at Adel Pharmacy

Please see the below information recently received from Nira at Adel Pharmacy;

Adel Pharmacy will be providing from mid September a free NHS walk in flu vaccination service for eligible patients to help prevent flu this season.

Simply walk in or call Adel Pharmacy on 0113 2300351 and the pharmacist will be able to give you, your flu vaccination there and then. If not, then the pharmacy team will book at a time most convenient for you.

Adel Pharmacy opening times:

Monday: 8.30am – 12.30pm and 2.00pm – 6.00pm

Tuesday: 8.30am – 12.30pm and 2.00pm – 5.30pm

Wednesday: 8.30am – 12.30pm Afternoon closed

Thursday: 8.30am – 12.30pm and 2.00pm – 5.00pm

Friday: 8.30am – 12.30pm 2.00pm – 6.00pm

Leeds Businesses Urged to Get Litter Picking

We recently received below from Forge Waste & Recycling, which may be of interest to you.

· Forge Waste & Recycling is supplying free litter picking kits to all interested businesses within their area of operation

· Forge Waste & Recycling is collecting the sacks of rubbish after the litter picking has taken place, free of charge

Forge Waste & Recycling has launched a litter picking campaign in Yorkshire, which encourages local businesses to make a positive impact in their local community.

Street cleansing costs UK taxpayers almost £1 billion per year in England alone, but it’s not just the public fund that is impacted; litter takes its toll on local business as well as mental health, community wellbeing, wildlife and the environment.

Forge Waste & Recycling will supply a litter picking kit to local businesses who request it, which is to include litter pickers, gloves and hi-vis bibs for each volunteer, as well as bags for the litter. The bags of litter will then be collected by Forge, free-of-charge.

MD of Forge Waste & Recycling, Harvey Mills said:

“Working in waste, we are passionate about litter. We have a ‘zero waste to landfill’ guarantee on waste we collect, and that is because we understand the devastation that waste can cause when left to its own devices. Litter not only looks ugly but it is really bad for local business, the environment, wild animals and human health.

“This campaign is an opportunity for businesses to easily organise a litter pick in their locality, clearing up unsightly mess, improving the look and feel of their local area, whilst also giving themselves bragging rights on their blogs and social media channels!”


Website: http://www.forgerecycling.co.uk/blog/community-litter-pick-yorkshire/


Leeds Homeshare

Leeds City Council has recently sent this, which may be of interest to you.

“A brief overview of the scheme is attached with our advert.

We are hoping that Homeshare may be a positive option for older people, particularly living alone, who are starting to struggle to live independently and are lonely or socially isolated and also offer an affordable accommodation options for younger people who are struggling to afford rents in the city. Homeshare is a great way of people coming together to give something of value, either accommodation or their time, whilst receiving something of value back. The ethos of Homeshare is of sharing lives and reciprocal support, very much about valuing what people have to offer. Website: http://www.leeds.gov.uk/homeshare

Kind Regards.”

Tribeca House, Leeds Shared Lives, Adult Social Care,
Leeds City Council
Central Mail Room, Westland Road.  LS11 5SB

Leeds drop in information and advice service for adults in Leeds with learning disabilities.

Through The Maze LogoMedia Release: For immediate release

People from Leeds with learning disabilities invited to attend new drop in information and advice service.

Through the Maze is an information advice and signposting service for adults with learning disabilities in Leeds. Through the Maze are start the year by inviting adults with learning disabilities from across Leeds to join them at their new drop in sessions.

If you have a learning disability or care for someone with a learning disability Through the Maze would like to invite you to join them on Monday afternoons between 1pm and 3pm.  You don’t need to book to come along, just turn up as the sessions are informal and relaxed.  To read more, please click here….Through the Maze Drop in Press Release

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