Elderly vulnerable consumers to receive compensation following investigation under the Proceeds of Crime Act
Bradford man ordered to repay criminal profits of over £460,000
Andrew Pollard (37) of Longfield Road, Leeds, who traded as “A&J Roofing Solutions Ltd” has been ordered to repay £26,472.86 to the victims of his rogue trading.
One of the earliest written references for tea was discovered in the West Yorkshire Archives on a bill from 1644 for supplies to Temple Newsam Estate.
Archaeological Services WYAS and artist David Armes working together to explore Leeds heritage through the medium of print.
Our Annual Report 2016-17 is now available and details our achievement, plans, people and financial information. Click here to download a copy.
The West Yorkshire History Centre is another step closer to opening following the completion of a new building in Kirkgate, Wakefield.
West Yorkshire Trading Standards Service are reminding traders of their legal responsibilities to ensure they are supplying safe fireworks and are adhering to the law by only selling them to persons of legal age.
Archaeologists from Archaeological Services WYAS have uncovered a picture of Leeds that is very different to the Leeds today.