Welcome to our digital election leaflet for 2021. The elections this year are crucial to determining the future of Leeds.
You can keep Labour making a real difference for Leeds with your vote on 6th May.
Mohammed Iqbal

Supporting Local Community Groups

Over the last three years I have supported a wide range of community groups with funding - below is a small list of examples:

  • Friends of Holbeck Moor
  • Hunslet Festival
  • Holbeck Food Bank
  • Beeston Festival
  • Found Fiction
  • Mini Breeze
  • The Shine Project
  • Leeds Money Buddies
  • The LSTEN Skatepark
  • Inner South Youth Service
  • Asha Neighbourhood Project
  • LGBT+ Sports Fringe Festival
  • Cross Flatts Lantern Festival
  • Cleaner Neighbourhood Team
  • Champions Soccer Saturday
  • Leeds Irish Arts Foundation
  • Friends of Cross Flatts Park
  • Hunslet Carr Residents Association
  • South Leeds Life
  • St Lukes Cares
  • KMWA
  • Endorphins
  • Hunslet TARA
  • Slung Low
  • Hamara
  • Skelton Grange
  • The Holbeck
  • Groundwork
  • DAZL
  • Reestablish
  • The Hunslet Club
  • Beeston in Bloom
  • Holbeck Gala
  • Leeds Watch
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Providing support through the pandemic

Over the last year I approved over £24,000 of additional  funding to local projects to support our community. This is on top of  the funding provided by the Council to the pandemic food hubs like The Involve Centre and The Hamara Healthy Living Centre.

Free school meal boxes sent by outsourced providers (top) compared to the box sent by Labour-run Leeds City Council (bottom).
It was our Labour Council that stepped up to provide Free School Meals to children over the holidays until the Government was shamed to do so— even then they failed to provide enough food, paying a company £30 a box to provide less food than the Council boxes did - shamefully putting profit before our children.
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Tracy Brabin for West Yorkshire Mayor

Tracy will fight for a Regional Recovery Fund and lead our Covid recovery - rebuilding our economy and create good jobs. She will support local business and make sure our high streets and hospitality industry recover from the pandemic. Tracy is committed to ensuring that our communities, towns and cities thrive post Covid.

Tracy said: “I’m proud to have grown up in a small town in West Yorkshire and I know just how important local shops and businesses are. Our high streets, hospitality sector and creative industries have been hit hard during the pandemic, and if I become your mayor, I will work day and night to support them to rebuild. I’m ambitious about the future of West Yorkshire and committed to making sure we bring investment and jobs here. I’ll be the strong champion that West Yorkshire needs. Too many people have been left behind by the Tories, too many businesses have been left without support and too many workers have been ignored."
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Our Labour Council is delivering for Leeds
Our Labour Council is delivering for Leeds
Local people backing Mohammed
Local people backing Mohammed

Hunslet and Riverside Voting guide
Hunslet and Riverside Voting guide

Contact us

Do you have an idea about how to solve a local problem or a project idea to help improve the community – let us know using the contact form below and we could help make it a reality. You know your communities best and we want to make sure your local knowledge is used to help make it better for everyone.
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