Cllr Sandy Lay

Leeds City Council Liberal Democrat Councillor for Otley & Yeadon Learn more

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Euro 2016 Domestic Abuse Awareness Flyer

by Sandy on 31 May, 2016

Today marks the launch of the West Yorkshire police’s campaign to tackle domestic abuse during the Euro 2016 football tournament, ahead of the tournament launch on 10th June.   Edited with BlogPad Pro

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Today saw the 1st Children’s, Young People & Family Health engagement event at Horsforth’s Trinity University. Organised by the CYP & FH sub committee of the Outer North West Community Committee it brought together over 80 young people, councillors and officers from the ‘Voice and Influence’ team, Cluster Leads and schools to discuss democracy and […]

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Just in case some Ashfield parents haven’t been made aware of Monday’s partial closure here is the note sent by Mrs Parker to the School Governor’s. —- Unfortunately we have a gas leak in the boiler house relating to the main boiler. It needs a new part which we are hoping will come on Monday. […]

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Really pleased to see St Mary’s Menston achieve an ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted Report. With a daughter in Sixth Form I’ve known for a very long time what a great school it is. Well done Mr Beardsley, your predecessors Acting HT’s Mrs Garrett and Mr Rothwell, Mr Pritchard and finally Mr Pyle, all the teachers and staff […]

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Cllr Sandy Lay (Lib Dem, Otley & Yeadon) has welcomed the appointment of a new Headteacher to succeed current Headteacher Mrs Sybil Parker. ‘I’m really pleased that Ashfield has, following an extensive, robust and vigorous process, appointed current Assistant Headteacher Mrs Elspeth Warren as its new Head’ A team of five Governor’s, three of whom […]

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Dear Sandy, As a member of Leeds Community Healthcare with a registered interest in Children’s services or School Nursing we have an engagement opportunity which may be of interest to you. The first is a survey aimed at young people aged 11-18, the School Nursing Service is thinking of developing an App for teenagers and […]

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