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History of Leeds
Leeds propaganda account. Passionate about Leeds, its history & its sports teams.
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OPAL Welcome In Nov 27
This is the last week of delivering freshly cooked hot meals 5 days a week to older people in LS16. Next week our lunch clubs restart on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Meal delivery Tuesdays and Thursdays. Can't wait to see our members again 😁
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MrPaulRobinson Nov 27
The North here, getting acquainted with the new tier system
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Luke Prest Nov 26
The new Tier System explained
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History of Leeds Nov 26
This is such a beautiful and poignant tribute. Highly recommended.
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Kirkstall Abbey Nov 26
Morning! This we share this popular painting, 'Morning with a View of Kirkstall Abbey', by Henry Pether, available to buy on Magnoliabox alongside an array of other Abbey prints, in a variety of formats. 😃 Enjoy your day.
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Mark Blacklock Nov 24
The signing of Magna Carta 1215:
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History of Leeds Nov 25
Replying to @bretwalda1958
Prince Charles said of him “I can't bear that man. I mean, he's so awful, he really is."
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History of Leeds Nov 25
RIP Diego Maradona. The world’s greatest player who very nearly signed for the world’s greatest club.
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History of Leeds Nov 24
Darwin was recuperating in Ilkley at the time of its publication.
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Finding Jack Charlton Nov 23
is OUT NOW! The man who transformed a nation. Buy yours on DVD, Blu-ray or Digital from our website's OUT NOW banner:
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History of Leeds Nov 24
Replying to @tdwoodhead
“You left me at school because you were too busy writing palindromes!” “I did, did I? Don’t nod.”
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History of Leeds Nov 24
Replying to @tdwoodhead
MOT, Tom.
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FIVEYARDS Nov 23
🎯 Sharpest shooters in Europe: 👑 Dominic Calvert-Lewin 🥈 Patrick Bamford 🥉 Kylian Mbappe 4️⃣ Lionel Messi 5️⃣ Robert Lewendowski 6️⃣ Zlatan Ibrahimovic Just your usual suspects of the elite strikers in Europe then... 😉 |
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History of Leeds Nov 23
Replying to @HoustonMargaret
The app doesn’t legally compel anyone to isolate. It’s only the human contact tracers who do that and, by definition, I can’t tell the contact tracers the name and number of the stranger in the supermarket. It’s the human contact tracing bit I don’t understand.
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History of Leeds Nov 23
Replying to @ChrisNickson2
But those people wouldn’t cooperate with T&T anyway though, would they?
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History of Leeds Nov 23
Even if it worked well, what is the point of Test and Trace? If I test positive, I’ll notify my close contacts immediately for free. Why would I wait several days for a white elephant to do it for me?
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Richard Locket Nov 22
My are now on my website and would make a perfect gift for a just £35 with free delivery.
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History of Leeds Nov 22
Replying to @llewelyn_morgan
“Who wrote your lecture plan?” “No man.”
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History of Leeds Nov 21
One for
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