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Top 5 Reasons to Read the October Issue of JLife #Leeds

By October 12, 2015 March 9th, 2016 Blog-Leeds, Blog-Manchester

We’re excited to reveal that the latest edition of JLife Leeds is ready and waiting!

Whether you pick up a glossy copy from the various points across the community, or you access it online free here, you’re in for a feast of features, news, photos, and more.

1.    At Home with Caprice

Entrepreneur and model Caprice Bourret talks about her new home range, tell-all autobiography and embracing Jewish values in motherhood. This autumn By Caprice is launching its debut home range ‘By Caprice Home.’ The collections – Butterfly, Eternity, Parisian and Sophie – feature the finest materials, new techniques, glamour and originality. Meet Caprice here.



2.     Pride Awards – Nominees

Your 2015 Leeds Jewish Community Pride Awards has announced this year’s nominees. The winners will be awarded at the gala dinner on 13th December. Voting commences today with forms available throughout the community in addition to text and online voting. To view the nominees and cast your vote, visit


3.     Movie Magic

The UK Jewish Film Festival’s return to Leeds is set to entertain with a must-see selection of listings. This years films include Dough, The Bentwich Syndrome, What’s in a Name, and Hill Start with this year’s hosts being Seven Arts Centre and the MAZCC. To see listings click here or to buy tickets visit



4.     Win! Win! Win!

JLife is offering one lucky reader £300 worth of clothing courtesy of Skopes Menswear. Skopes offers a wide selection of stunning, stylish and classic garments. To guarantee you find the perfect suit for every occasion Skopes is available at House of Fraser stores nationwide, coming in a choice of sizes from 34” to 62” chest. All jackets, waistcoats and trousers are also offered as a ‘mix and match’ so your ideal fit and style is achieved. To be in with a chance of winning £300 to spend at the Skopes Junction 32 Castleford store, click here.


5.      City – What’s New?

Leeds’ skyline is ever-changing with the latest developments scattering the city centre, which is now acclaimed for its non-stop buzz, creative industries and diverse offering of shops, workspaces and eateries. JLife discovers the latest restaurants includingPieminister, the Alchemist, Pintura and Revolucion de Cuba.


In addition to trendy eateries, Leeds’ retail, leisure and workspace offering is developing and expanding at a rapid rate. From the John Lewis and Victoria Gate to Trinity Leeds and Leeds Dock Leeds offers a vast range of services for workers and consumers alike.


The December/January edition will be out on 30th November.