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  History of St Augustine's Roman Catholic Church, Harehills, Leeds, Yorkshire.
Harehills in 1890 was almost a sheer expanse of agricultural land-a mere place-name on the outskirts of Leeds.
When the need of a school at Harehills became urgent and children were in danger of losing the Faith, the Canon A. Collingwood, Vicar General of the Diocese seized the opportunity of fulfilling a long cherished ambition-to build a Church and School dedicated to the Apostle of England.
The recessed main entrance from Harehills Road is approached by a wide flight of steps and on a corbel immediately over the main entrance is a stone figure of St. Augustine, his hand raised in Benediction.
www.st-aug-leeds.co.uk /history.htm   (829 words)

  
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In Harehills, there is a significant presence of low-income whites and British Caribbeans in the area coded as Asian, as a result of an even more complex pattern of factors.
For the majority of residents, living in Harehills is structured by economic and racial factors.
The implications of this structural process of differentiation is understood by those who participated in the Harehills protests as having life-changing implications when it is deployed by an agency with the structured power of the criminal justice system — and they decided on this occasion to signify their rejection of those processes.
www.maxfarrar.org.uk /docs/HarehillsBSARace2May02.doc   (1787 words)

  
 2nd Team
Good defending from Hoyland kept Harehills at bay until they could themselves get across the tryline for the first points of the game,Dave Lodge touching down to put Hoyland were now 4 points up.
The Harehills standoff shortly after getting a third and final try which would lead his team to their second victory.
Harehills spokesman stated that this was 'A game played in very good spirit by both teams, with some good banter back at the club
www.orgsites.com /fl/hoylandvikings/_pgg4.php3   (477 words)

  
 Perspective: British/Muslim
Here in Harehills, young men like Siddique consider themselves more Pakistani than British, eventhough they were born in Leeds.
A hundred years ago, there was a coal mine in Harehills, and the brick row houses were miners' cottages.
Harehills Lane, the neighborhood's main artery, snakes past a large blue-domed mosque at the center of the Pakistani enclave, between stores with signs in Persian and Urdu advertising cheap international calls and Indian movies, amid clotheslines draped with long Asian tunics and flowing scarves.
www.sptimes.com /2005/08/14/Perspective/BritishMuslim.shtml   (1703 words)

  
 New Statesman - In area 429, the drugs trade thrives
I am in Harehills, just down the road from the shiny, bright prosperity of Leeds city centre and a five-minute drive from Harvey Nichols.
In Harehills, at any hour of day or night, you can see a steady stream of crack and heroin runners, transporting their wares not just through the back alleys and ginnels but openly through the parks and along the main roads.
Claire Harbottle, a photographer who lives in a street on the edge of Harehills, says: "We got a house up the road, about six or seven doors up, which was squatted by dealers and druggies.
www.newstatesman.com /200411150019   (1973 words)

  
 Harehills - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Harehills is an inner-city area of north-east Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, adjacent to Chapeltown, characterised by its streets of dense, back-to-back terraced housing.
Harehills is centred around Harehills Parade, a lively shopping district at the junction of Roundhay Road, Harehills Lane and Harehills Road by the former Fforde Greene public house.
This West Yorkshire location article is a stub.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Harehills   (140 words)

  
 The Political Compass - Why Libertarianism is not Right Wing
Around 200 people went on the rampage in the Harehills district of Leeds for most of the night.
Many local residents agreed with police that the Harehills violence was not racially or politically motivated.
Radio reports on Tuesday night and Wednesday morning said the Harehills violence began in the late afternoon when youths began hurling missiles at passing cars and buses.
www.la-articles.org.uk /hj1.htm   (526 words)

  
 BBC - Leeds Features - Don't look down
A Leeds-based photographer used an exhibition of her work to counter the negative aspects of the community that she was bought up in.
The exhibition was be held in premises in the area including a newly refurbished launderette fire which was damaged during recent disturbances in the area.
Claire Harbottle says: "Both Chapeltown and Harehills are commonly associated with drugs, crime, prostitution and rioting.
www.bbc.co.uk /leeds/citylife/harehills_dont_look_down.shtml   (257 words)

  
 BBC - Leeds Features - Guide to Harehills
The Harehills area of Leeds has received a great deal of bad press, especially during the riots in summer 2001.
We have other contributions from the people who live in Harehill, including personal opinions from residents Kevin Hickson and Juliet Wilson.
There is also a look at the area in pictures, with some examples of work from an exhibition called Don't Look Down by Leeds-based photographer Clair Harbottle.
www.bbc.co.uk /leeds/citylife/harehills_guide.shtml   (117 words)

  
 Test Concept -- Archives search engine -- Test Concept   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Harehills Cemetery is to the east of Leeds city centre - just along Kimberley Road from Harehills lane.
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Harehills Cemetery is included, though not apparently complete on the CD I have.
archiver.rootsweb.com /cgi-bin/search?words=HAREHILLS   (1108 words)

  
 BBC News | UK | 'Relief' as Leeds stays calm
BBC correspondent Mike Thomson said there was "widespread relief" among Harehills residents on Thursday morning.
But local residents agreed with police that the Harehills violence was not racially or politically motivated.
Many residents said those involved in the Harehills disturbances had travelled from elsewhere, possibly Oldham.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/uk/1374427.stm   (474 words)

  
 HISTORY OF LEEDS CITY A
It had been founded as Harehills Harriers in the 1880s (this leads to some confusion, as will be seen.)  In 1890 the new Headingley Grounds were opened, mainly for Yorkshire County Cricket Club; as well as the Leeds St. John's Rugby Club (now the Rhinos), Harehills Harriers were invited to make Headingley their home.
When the writer first knew them (he joined Leeds A.C. in 1957) the three clubs were very typical of their time and their place - small, very local and very limited.
At the time of amalgamation Harehills still trained in the winter from the Liberal Club on Seaforth Avenue, St. Marks had led a peripatetic existence around various churches (most recently St. Stephen's at Kirkstall) and Leeds A.C. was virtually moribund, apart from a group of sprinters coalescing around active sprinter and developing coach
www.leedscityathleticclub.org /History01.htm   (2750 words)

  
 High Peak Borough Council - Press Releases - Local artist appointed for Harehills work
Jem, who has lived in Glossop for 21 years and has an intimate understanding of the town, will be working with the Mersey Basin Campaign, Glossop Vision and the local community to develop the new information features within Harehills and along Glossop Brook.
A number of community events are being organised throughout the summer to increase awareness and involvement in the project.
John Hart, Chair of the Glossop Vision Board, said: "We hope that this project will encourage the use of Harehills Park and the riverside walk through the town centre.
www.highpeak.gov.uk /news/press/2006jul860.asp   (215 words)

  
 Leeds Ahead
The East Leeds Neighbourhood Renewal Areas (NRAs) cover the communities of Gipton (north), Harehills, Lincoln Green and Burmantofts.
The Gipton Neighbourhood Renewal Area (GNRA) contains some 12,000 people living in approximately 5,000 households, and it is estimated that 25% of the population are from fl and minority ethnic (BME) communities.
The Harehills Neighbourhood Renewal Area (HNRA) contains some 20,000 people living in approximately 9,000 households, and it is estimated that 36% of the population are from fl and minority ethnic (BME) communities.
www.leedsahead.org.uk /harehills.php   (251 words)

  
 Environmental Tobacco Smoke Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
We recently completed the year 2 evaluation which involved a participatory appraisal of play and learning opportunities for children in Harehills.
Parents produced a photographic exhibition to convey their views about positive and negative factors within Harehills which formed the basis of much discussion.
The forthcoming year 3 evaluation will assess the progress of the local programme in Harehills towards achieving Sure Start targets.
www.lmu.ac.uk:81 /health/healthpromotion/research/surestart.htm   (83 words)

  
 HAREHILLS ESTATE AGENTS - Property and houses for sale or rent in Harehills and surrounding area.
HAREHILLS ESTATE AGENTS - Property and houses for sale or rent in Harehills and surrounding area.
Let a good number of agents in Harehills know your needs - our 'one e-mail to all Harehills Estate Agents' button at the top of the homepage is ideal for this.
Standard lending ratios are usually three times the principal earner's gross income plus one times the second, or two and a half times joint gross income.
www.email4property.com /harehills/estate-agents.htm   (1256 words)

  
 Row housing, Leeds,Yorkshire, UK on Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Not sure of the name of this street, but it must be in Harehills.
I lived in houses like this in Armley (dreadful) and Harehills (appalling) when I was on the dole in the eighties.
Suffice to say that the people who live in these kind of streets these days have little or no self-respect and even less respect for their neighbours and environment.
www.flickr.com /photos/daveglass/100188924/in/set-72057594060027753   (319 words)

  
 Leeds, Harehills, Gipton, Pudsey West Yorkshire Photo Gallery by L. Gill at pbase.com
Leeds, Harehills, Gipton, Pudsey West Yorkshire Photo Gallery by L. Gill at pbase.com
This gallery details our driving tour of Leighton's Grandma's old neighborhoods (Harehills and Gipton).
Pudsey is Leighton's Dad's birthplace where Leighton spent many an hour as a lad.
www.pbase.com /orac/harehills_pudsey   (54 words)

  
 DSA - Leeds (Harehills)
Leeds (Harehills) Car & Taxi Routes 1-5 19K
Leeds (Harehills) Car & Taxi Routes 6-10 52K
Leeds (Harehills) Car & Taxi Routes 11-15 19K
www.dsa.gov.uk /DTCInfo.asp?id=2245&Cat=38&ShowRoute=0   (130 words)

  
 West Yorkshire Police ::: Neighbourhood Policing :::
From this date, policing of the Harehills corridor will revert to Stainbeck Police Station (formerly Chapeltown.) As some readers will be aware, the former Chapeltown and Killingbeck Divisions have now merged as one division, known as North East Leeds Division.
This will bring the whole of the Harehills Lane corridor under the same division for the first time and we are confident this will improve the level of service to our customers and ensure the community is no longer split by the divisional boundary along Harehills Lane.
We will be amending our web-sites soon to show these changes, in the meantime, we will direct enquiries to the correct team or readers can check out the Chapeltown NPT web-site for contact details of the new team.
www.wypnpt.org /NPT.asp?id=79   (1686 words)

  
 Leeds West Indian Carnival - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Leeds West Indian Carnival, also called the Chapeltown Carnival, is the longest running West Indian carnival in Europe, having been going since 1967.
The carnival is held in the Chapeltown and Harehills parts of Leeds every August bank holiday.
The carnival starts and finishes in Potternewton Park in Chapeltown, from where a parade of floats and dancers makes its way along Harehills Avenue, down Roundhay Road in Harehills, along Barrack Road and back along Chapeltown Road to the park, where a wide range of stages and stalls provide entertainment and refreshment for carnival-goers.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Leeds_West_Indian_Carnival   (135 words)

  
 Highbank Hotel, 83 Harehills Lane, Leeds presented by A1 Tourism
On Roundhay Road (A58) head for the Fforde Grene Pub which is at the junction of Harehills Lane (B6159).
On the A61 head for Chapel Allerton Hospital, turn right at thejunction after the hospital.
The Highbank Hotel is situated 500 yards away opposite Potternewton Park.
www.a1tourism.com /uk/highbank.html   (479 words)

  
 Leeds Business School
In May 2003, ERBEDU was commissioned by the Leeds City Council to carry out the Final Evaluation of the Community Education Network –; Essential Skills Project (CENESP).
CENESP is a partnership between Thomas Danby College, Leeds City Council and the Chapletown and Harehills Assisted Learning Computer School (CHALCS).
CENESP received funding from the Single Regeneration Budget (SRB) Round 3, to raise the essential skills of 9-25 year olds living in Burmantofts, Chapel Allerton, Harehills, and University electoral wards in Leeds, and specifically to help young people from Asian ethnic minority backgrounds in Harehills.
www.lmu.ac.uk /lbs/erbedu/publicat/cenesp.htm   (178 words)

  
 Missing Cats in Leeds, Harehills LS9 at the UK National Pet Register
Missing Cats in Leeds, Harehills LS9 at the UK National Pet Register
White Ginger Cat missing from Leeds, Harehills LS9
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www.nationalpetregister.org /mpi.php?pet=265   (151 words)

  
 BBC - Leeds - all_2gether_now - Is this haehills
On my first day working in Harehills I decided to find out how a few local people wanted their area to be seen by outsiders.
our I stopped people in the street and asked them "What should I take photographs of to show people what Harehills is like?"
"You should get the small butchers and chemists on Harehills Lane."
www.bbc.co.uk /leeds/altogether/david_collins/is_this_harehills.shtml   (108 words)

  
 Chapeltown & Harehills Community Website   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
What Chapeltown & Harehills Community Website Stands For:
This web site was put together to enable all the local businesses and community organisations within the Chapeltown and Harehills area the opportunity to promote their business or organisation on the world wide web
The only charge you have to pay is for regular updates and upgrade fees.
www.chapeltown.ndo.co.uk   (98 words)

  
 LBS reccomendation - Drakes, Harehills Lane, Leeds
Hopefully the re-built MTB will do until I can afford some
Re: LBS reccomendation - Drakes, Harehills Lane, Leeds
You might be able to find yourself a bargain.
www.cyclingforums.com /t125506.html   (398 words)

  
 Room available in professional house on york road, harehills, leeds   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Room available in professional house on york road, harehills, leeds
See more ads for Flatshare - room available
The bond on the property is one and a half months rent.
www.adoos.co.uk /post/478184   (237 words)

  
 St Augustine's Roman Catholic Church, Harehills, Leeds, Yorkshire.
St Augustine's Roman Catholic Church, Harehills, Leeds, Yorkshire.
Our Parish Centenary Book is now on sale.
May we, through your grace, welcome Christ as King of our hearts and recognise him in those around us.
www.st-aug-leeds.co.uk   (207 words)

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