Treasures Revealed in Leeds grew out of an initiative from the Churches reagional Commission for Yorkshire and Humberside (CRC) and aims to inspire and attract residents and visitors to experience and celebrate West Yorkshire's vibrant faith heritage.
Leeds has a tradition of warmly welcoming people of all faiths and backgrounds - where Churches, Quaker Meeting Houses, Mosques, Synagogues, Hindu Temples and Sikh Gurdwaras respect and value each other's beliefs and values.
The initial funding ceased in 2010 but Treasures revealed in Leeds (TRiL) continues and is now in it's eight year.
TRiL is funded by a combintion of grant aid and conbributions from the places of Worship that take part and is run on a voluntary basis by a small committee/
The 8th Festival of Treasures Revealed in Leeds is taking place this year between Saturday the 4th and Sunday 12th May2013.
The Brochure is now being prepared and has now been printed and will be available in Tourist Information Centres in early April. It is hoped that copies will be available in Leeds Libraries.
If any reader wishes to pick one up personally they will be available from the Leeds Tourist information Centre.
The Walk of Friendship will now start at the Street lane Quaker Meeting House for more information follow this link.