RESIDENTS of Ghyll Royd Care Home in Guiseley were joined by members of the local community for the launch of the new Four Leaves Community Hub.

The hub, which will be held on the third Wednesday of every month, aims to bring together residents and the wider community to enjoy social activities, refreshments, and build connections.

The inaugural hub kicked off with visitors and residents enjoying tea and cake. A "Yeadon and Guiseley" quiz tested local knowledge, while a friendly game of dominoes provided an opportunity for gentle competition and conversation.

A highlight of the event was the vote for Ghyll Royd's "Charity of the Year" with the winning charity being announced as AVSED, a local organisation dedicated to supporting Aireborough seniors in preventing social isolation.

"We were thrilled with the turnout and positive feedback for the launch of the Four Leaves Community Hub," said Nichola Harrison, home manager at Ghyll Royd Care Home. "It was wonderful to see residents and members of the community coming together, enjoying themselves, and voting for a worthy cause. We look forward to welcoming everyone back on March 20 for another fun-filled afternoon."

The Four Leaves Community Hub is open to all members of the Guiseley community, regardless of age or background. If you would like to attend on March 20 email: