Leeds Industrial Museum at Armley Mills, Canal Rd, Leeds LS12 2QF
Until Sunday, November 25 there will be an exhibition commemorating the role of workers in the First World War.
Visitors at Leeds Industrial Museum can see a instillation of red and yellow poppies made by the local community to honor the workers who made the ammunition used in the war.
Crosswise over Meanwood from Tuesday, November 6 until Armistice Day on Sunday, November 11 there will be a progression of occasions.
The occasions are sorted out by the Meanwood Village Association to honor the century of the part of the arrangement 1.
On Saturday, November 10 there will be a walk beginning from Meanwood Institute at 1.30pm. The free history walk will investigate key WW1 destinations in Meanwood.
On Sunday, November 11 at 7pm there will be a dedication show at Meanwood Holy Trinity Church. It will highlight the Opera North soprano, Vicky Sharp, SingMeanwood and Matthew Bellwood. Tickets cost £5 and can be paid on the entryway.
The Story of Myer Tompofski
United Hebrew Congregation Synagogue, 151 Shadwell Lane, Leeds, LS17 8DW
On Sunday, November 10 the United Hebrew Congregation Synagogue will hold a night in recognition of the Leeds Jewish men who battled and passed on in the war.
A play dependent on the distributed letters of Rifleman Myer Tompofski will be played out that tells the historical backdrop of Jewish servicemen in WW1.
The free occasion keeps running from 7.30pm to 9pm
Coming Home to Blighty
Adel Memorial Hall Church Lane, Adel, Leeds, LS16 8DE
On Sunday, November 11 there will be an hour of stories, songs and poetry from the time of World War One.