In this week’s Observer & Advertiser

This week's Observer & Advertiser
This week's Observer & Advertiser
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In tomorrow’s Observer & Advertiser, campaigners have welcomed news that a plan to build 299 houses on green fields in East Ardsley has been recommended for rejection by Leeds City Council’s Plans Panel.

Also this week, X-Factor winner Sam Bailey sings to shoppers at Morley Asda, councillors met with William Hill to raise concerns that there are too many bookies in the town centre, 10-year-old Troy Tipple, who is appearing as Charlie Bucket in the West End production of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, performs at the Olivier Awards, the new Wetherspoon pub is a step closer to opening after submitting their planning application, Fall Lane bridge in East Ardsley is to be restored and Ed Balls speaks to Secretary of State for Business Vince Cable about saving jobs at Morley-based Kodak.

Plus, readers can get their free 64-page summer leisure guide.