23
March
2014
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Europe/London

Special Leeds Civic Hall tours back due to popular demand




Caption: The Lord Mayor of Leeds Councillor Thomas Murray and Lady Mayoress Edna Murray will once again be leading the tours of Leeds Civic Hall.



Due to popular demand, three more special tours of Leeds Civic Hall are set to be hosted by the city’s Lady Mayoress, Edna Murray.



Held on the Saturdays of March 29, April 26 and May 17, those in attendance will have the opportunity to view a range of rooms in one of the city’s most iconic buildings. On offer will be a visit to the Ark Royal Room, Council Chamber, Reception Hall, Banquet Hall, and as part of the tour, there is also the chance to find out more about the history and stories associated with the building.



Entry to the tour is free, and as an extra treat, the Lord Mayor of Leeds, Councillor Thomas Murray, will also be present at the events to welcome guests.



To book your place on the tours, please contact the Leeds Visitor Centre on: 0113 2425242.



Refreshments will be available after the tour for a small donation to the Lord Mayor’s Charity Appeal - the LOFFTY project.



The Lady Mayoress of Leeds, Edna Murray said:



"The response that we had from the public to the tours of the Civic Hall in February was absolutely fantastic, and it is great news that we have been able to put three more dates in the diary, beginning on March 29.



"There really is a lot to see, and with some great stories about the history of the Civic also told on the day, this really is an event not to be missed."



Notes to editors:



Three tours hosted by the Lady Mayoress will be held at the Civic Hall from 11am on: Saturday, March 29, April 26 and May 17.



For media enquiries, please contact;

Colin Dickinson, Leeds City Council press office (0113) 39 51578

Email: colin.dickinson@leeds.gov.uk