Sunday 21st May 2017

Sunday 21st May 2017

10am – 3pm.

An exhibition and sale of artworks by local artists

Local artists including Regan Bevan, Elliot Ward and Kyla Dante will give an exhibition of their original works.  Artwork will range in style, size and medium and will also be available to buy. Come along and take a look!

Meanwood Institute, Green Road, Meanwood.

Free

12.00 noon to 4pm.

Special Festival Brunch

Enjoy a bloody Mary on arrival and a glass of Prosecco with the Brunch.

The Bay Horse, 14-16 Parkside Road, Meanwood. £9.95

3pm – 4pm

Wine Tasting Course with Majestic Wines

This one hour introduction to wine will teach you how to taste like a professional, compare wine styles and grape varieties, and learn about food and wine matching.

Donation of £5 for charity and booking is required as places are limited. Ring Rachel on 0113 224 9735

Majestic Wine Warehouse, Northside Retail Park, Stonegate Road.

7pm until 9.30pm. 

Chris and Kevin singing all your favourite songs

The Bay Horse, 14-16 Parkside Road, Meanwood.

Free

7.30pm.

Choir concert with 50 strong ‘SingMeanwood!’ led by singer songwriter Beccy Owen

50-strong choir SingMeanwood will perform again for the Meanwood Festival and showcase their latest repertoire led by Beccy Owen. All welcome!

Refreshments available. Free admission but we will be taking donations for Leeds Community Trust, a Meanwood-based organisation who help out families in crisis throughout Leeds, with particular priority for those with children, providing them with essential household items like cookers, washers and beds and paying removal costs. Every £20 raised provides bedding for a child and every £42 a heater. They also help disadvantaged families to go on holiday and provide them with extra financial help at Christmas.

For more information contact info@singmeanwood.org.uk or for general information go to www.singmeanwood.org.uk or follow us on Facebook or Twitter @SingMeanwood

Holy Trinity Church, Church Lane, Meanwood. FREE but donations to Leeds Community Trust