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March Takeaway Specials

Headingley Golf Club have asked us to publicise their takeaway food offering for Mothers Day and St Patricks Day this year. The menus are shown below. Please order by phoning Andrew Yeadon on 07515 789301.

Sunday 14 March – Mothers Day

Starter

Mushroom and Thyme Soup finished with creme fraiche

Main Course

Seared chicken breast with a lemon and tarragon cream sauce. Served with rosemary parmentier potatoes and mangetout

Or

Boeuf Bourguignon served with truffle mash and mangetout.

Dessert

Prosecco peach Bellini cheesecake

£15 per person – Collection available 12 noon until 4pm

Wednesday 17 March – St Patricks Day

Starter

Cream of leek and potato soup with soda bread crouton

Main Course

Guiness and steak pie served with traditional colcannon and honey glazed carrots

Dessert

White and Dark chocolate cheesecake served with Jamesons cream

£15 per person – Collection available 4pm until 7pm

2020 Annual General Meeting

We have been unable to hold an Annual General Meeting this year in our normal format (where we have had over 100 residents attending in person) due to COVID restrictions. Instead we have prepared a report from the Co-Chairs and Treasurer on activities over the past year and looking forward into 2021. If you would like to receive a copy of the report (which you are free to send on to anyone who may be interested to receive it) then please email us at anf.chair@gmail.com asking for a copy.

People elected to the Forum Executive.

At the AGM on 11th June 2019 Members of the Adel Neighbourhood Forum unanimously elected Jeremy Emmott and Clive Hudson as Co-Chairmen. Cllr Caroline Anderson was re-elected as Secretary and Graham Bond, was re-elected as Treasurer.

Special thanks were given to the retiring Chairman, Ian Bond after five years of dedication and hard work.

The evening was a great success with around 130 people in attendance at the Main Hall, Adel War Memorial on Church Lane. Thanks to those attending for your contributions to the debate and generous donations.

Adel memorial hall, Leeds 16

ADEL OPEN EVENING

News Updates in Adel
Meet the Forum Team including Cllrs Anderson

Tuesday 18th June at 7pm refreshments for a 7.30pm start

The Adel War Memorial Association, Sports and Social Club

Main Hall, Church Adel LS16 8DE

Come and hear the latest news in Adel including:

 ·         David Wilson Homes plans for the site opposite the Church

·         Taylor Wimpey’s plans for the site at Dunstarn Lane

·         Plans for a residential and nursing care home on Manor Farm

·         Latest update on the Lawnswood Roundabout proposals

·         Latest proposals from Asda for their store redevelopment

·         Update on the Co-op proposals for their Otley Road store

      Future fundraising events

 All residents and local businesses welcome. A glass of wine and nibbles will take place at 7.00pm with the opportunity to meet  Cllrs Barry and Caroline Anderson and the Adel Forum Team

The Forum will update you on the current position with the Adel Neighbourhood Plan and work it has undertaken during the year. The Election of Officers will also take place at this event as it incorporates the Forum’s Annual General Meeting.

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Your Support needed for Adel Forum

As Adel Neighbourhood Forum is now 5 years old, there is a requirement for it to seek re-designation. We should be grateful if you could take a few minutes to send a note confirming your support (or any other comments you wish to make) to npsupport@leeds.gov.uk, marked “Re-designation of Adel Neighbourhood Forum”. All you need to say is that you support the re-designation (or other comment) and make sure you include your name and address so the Council can see that it comes from an Adel resident.

If you would like to see the Forum’s application for re-designation, explaining the effort it has been putting in on behalf of local people, please follow this link:  https://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Application%20for%20redesignation%20of%20Adel%20NF.pdf

The deadline for responses is 11th June. Thank you. Ian Bond, Chairman, Adel Neighbourhood Forum

Re-Designation Application

This is an application for the renewal of the designation of Adel Neighbourhood Forum as a neighbourhood forum. It is in connection with the Draft Neighbourhood Plan that is currently being considered for a Policy and Evidence Review prior to submission to Leeds City Council.

SEE SEPARATE RESPONSE FORM FOR YOUR VIEWS

The name of the Neighbourhood Forum is Adel Neighbourhood Forum

The Forum has a written constitution

Leeds City Council approved the designation of Adel Neighbourhood Forum for the purposes of neighbourhood planning on 3rd April 2014.

The forum is established for the express purpose of giving renewed sense of ownership to the Adel Community on land development issues; to ensure that local people have a strong influence over the future of our community, including use, location, character and mix of developments; to prepare, in partnership with the local planning authority, an effective neighbourhood plan that is a clear statement of the needs and Vision of the Adel Community.

The membership of the forum is open to Individuals who live in the area

Individuals who work in the area (either for business carried out there or otherwise).

The Steering Group, acting as the management committee will make reasonable endeavours to comply with any such other conditions as may be prescribed.

The Adel area is recognised by local residents as a coherent area, with identifiable characteristics, formed by its history and physical layout. It is seen by local residents as a distinct neighbourhood

Should you require any further information in support of this application please do not hesitate to contact me.

Ian Bond, Chair

Adel Neighbourhood Forum

c/o 1 Park View

Adel

LEEDSLS16 8DF

Tel 07946 872455

Email bondster@btopenworld.com

RESPONSE FORM

The Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012: Regulation 9

APPLICATION FOR THE RE-DESIGNATION OF ADEL NEIGHBOURHOOD FORUM

Tuesday 30th April – Tuesday 11th June 2019

Leeds City Council has received an application from the Adel Neighbourhood Forum for its re-designation. 

We would like to hear your views on the application.  It is available to view, along with a map showing the boundary of the Adel Neighbourhood Area, at 

Email npsupport@leeds.gov.uk or ring 0113 3787654 or 0113 3787997 for more information.

Response forms must include a name and address otherwise your comments will not be taken into account.

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Leeds City Council will hold and send your representation to the independent examiner for the draft Neighbourhood Plan to which it concerns for their consideration. The Council is the Data Controller of the information you provide and has a statutory duty under planning law to collect and process this information as part of its public task obligations as a Local Planning Authority. It is your right to request that the Council notifies you of its decision under Regulation 19 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations, and your contact details will be used for this purpose should you request to be notified. You can, however, ask not to receive further contact in this regard by contacting npsupport@leeds.gov.uk.

To comply with its statutory obligations, the Council must make your representation available for public inspection and Regulations allow this information to be made available on the internet. This includes your name, address, and the contents of your comment. To protect personal data from unnecessary disclosure, the Council will, however, remove any personal information provided in your representation which we are not required, by law, to make available (for example, telephone numbers and signatures). The personalinformation you provide will be held until the adoption of the respective Neighbourhood Plan, after which it will be securely destroyed. 

The Council’s corporate privacy notice, which includes details of the authority’s Data Protection Officer and your Information Rights is available at: https://www.leeds.gov.uk/privacy-statement/privacy-notice

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Please return your completed response form by 5.00pm on Tuesday 11th June 2019 to:

Neighbourhood Planning, Policy and Plans Group, City Development, Merrion House, 110 Merrion Centre, Leeds, LS2 8BB or email: npsupport@leeds.gov.uk

A date for 2019 Adel Fete & Open Day

Sunday, 9th June 2019 from 12.00 noon until 5.00pm.

It is the third year of this special event in the splendid setting of the Adel War Memorial Association’s grounds and Halls. The purpose is to showcase the many and varied sporting and social activities provided in the heart of Adel Village.

Helen Murray, Club Secretary and Chairman of the Summer Fete Committee said ” The aim is to raise our profile with the local community through events that encourage active participation and are family oriented and fun. There will be “Show and have a go” or coaching sessions, for all the family, in such sports as Archery, Badminton, Bowls, Cricket, Football, Hockey, Lacrosse and Tennis.”

John Hartley from the Adel Neighbourhood Forum said “This is a direct and positive response to those residents who expressed interest in finding out more about such activities in our area. This event will provide local families with hands on experience with the sports on offer”.

At a time when there are serious concerns with unhealthy life styles the Association is keen to promote active participation at any age. Your support will be crucial to achieve that aim.

More information can be found on the website www.adelclub.co.uk and on Facebook Adel-Sports-And-Social-Club.

Adel Fete will be held at Adel War Memorial Hall

“Sell Out” Burns’ Supper a great success

Cllr Barry Anderson chaired this glitzy evening, with guests dressed to impress, to a packed audience at Headingley Golf Club, Adel. Jose our Spanish Piper, piped in the haggis followed by the dramatic Burns’ address to it. After the four course meal there were toasts, poems and songs. A fun evening enjoyed by all.

This event was organised to support the Adel Neighbourhood Forum

Cllr Barry Anderson – Chapper Maister (right on Photo)

Andrew Hood – Gave the Selkirk Grace (middle on photo)

Jose Gascon Mora – Piper

Ian Bond – the Reciter addressed the Haggis (left on photo)

Ena Dixon – Gave the toast to The Immortal Memory

John Hartley – Gave the toast to The Lassies

Cllr Caroline – Gave the Reply on behalf of the Lassies

Burns’ Supper

Friday, 8th February 2019, 6.30pm for 7.00pm

Headingley Golf Club, Back Church Lane, Adel LS16 8DW

The Chapper Maister, Cllr Barry Anderson invites you to an interesting evening that’s traditional and different. Prices include a delicious four course dinner, coffee and a wee dram of Scotch. There is a vegetarian option.

The Piper pipes in the Haggis. This will be followed by the dramatic Burns’ address to the Haggis followed by a toast.

A tradition that goes back to Roberts Burns’ death in 1796 and still continues to this day throughout the world. Don’t miss out on this fun evening with your friends at a table of eight.

Headingley Golf Club is Leeds’ Oldest Golf Club founded in 1892 and is set on the edge of the beautiful village of Adel five miles from the centre of Leeds. It is a perfect location for this event.

Dress Code – Dress to impress. 

Highland dress, Black tie or lounge suit with bow tie. Long or Cocktail dress.

Early bird prices if booked before close of play by 18th January 2019.

£32 per person or £236 per table of 8 in a single booking (Individual ticket works out at £29.50 per person)

Late bookings from 19th January 2019 deadline for last booking,1st February. £37 per person

For more information contact;

Ian Bond by email bondster@btinternet.com

or telephone 07946 872455

This event is in support of The Adel Neighbourhood Forum.