February 19, 2020 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Open Source Arts
143 Kirkstall Road
143 Kirkstall Road
We invite you to join Kirkstall Valley Grants to hear about and to help shape the projects improving the lives and the environment in the Kirkstall Valley.
This is the third Kirkstall Valley Grants awards event, with 11 brilliant projects already taken place in Armley, Bramley, Kirkstall, including building hedgehog homes workshops, creating edible beds, and planting fruit trees with neighbours.
These projects have really shown the fantastic things that are made possible when a community gets together to collaborate for the climate with a little financial help.
We would love you to help support and shape the ideas for the next projects. You are invited to join a table and find out more about the project ideas – you might offer yourself as a mentor, know someone else who would be interested in helping, have ideas about where to look for practical help, or be able to offer words of support to people who might never have done anything like this before!
You will also meet the awardees of the previous round, and find out how their project went, learning from each other, and sharing tips and skills.
At this award event, we will be awarding micro-grants to four deserving projects! Come along to see applications at the final stage present their projects, and meet with people with great ideas!
Free to attend, and free food provided.
Venue: Open Source Arts
Date: Wednesday 19th February
Location: Open Source Arts is located on Kirkstall road in Leeds – a short distance from the centre of the city – directly opposite ITV television studios in the Aire Place Mills complex, along with Seagulls Paint & Aire Place Studios. We are the first building on the left, the door is a large slatted green wooden push door.
Address: Unit 1A Aire Place Mills, 143 Kirkstall Rd, LS3 1JL
We encourage everybody to walk, cycle, or take the bus (33 and 33A or leeds bradford airport bus 757, please ask the driver for the stop outside Yorkshire Television or Radio Aire). For those who must drive, there is a carpark directly across Kirkstall Road, outside Yorkshire Television.
There is space inside the building to leave your bike.
Accessibility: There are two gender neutral toilets on the ground floor, one with improved access.
We currently don’t offer any baby changing facilities. You are welcome to breastfeed your baby here. Children and young people are very welcome if supervised.
The ground floor is wheelchair accessible, however the floor is slightly uneven. The mezzanine area upstairs is accessed via stairs and is not currently wheelchair accessible.
If you require a personal assistant or have any other accessibility questions, please get in touch with us in good time before you intend to arrive.