Guardian Leeds: the regeneration begins

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So today is the last day of Guardian Leeds, and this pledge gets a mention in John Baron’s characteristically gracious and professional signing-off post.

Leeds won’t let quality local news slip away without a fuss. There have been two meetings and numerous discussions about what happens next. You can find out more on two new blogs:

And in terms of the pledge, an amazing 14 people have said they’ll commit the price of a Guardian subscription to a citizen-run alternative for the city. For the pledge to succeed in its current form we need to sign up 21 more people in the next four days. Reader, I hope you’ll be one of them.

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mattedgar

Product strategy and design leadership in web and mobile media. Before that I was a newspaper journalist and history student

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