Come In and Rest
Inspired by similar schemes in Manchester and Nottingham, “Come In and Rest” invites older people to pop in for a moment and sit down, without the obligation to make a purchase.
Want to sign up?
Participating businesses put a sticker in the window to alert people that it's a welcoming place where older people can sit for a few minutes when they need to:
Come In and Rest is a joint venture of Leeds City Council and Time to Shine. It has been developed by a steering group of older people themselves, and is in line with the Age Friendly Charter, adopted in October 2016.
The scheme officially launched on 25 January 2018, with the support of Cllr Rebecca Charlwood.
We will keep a list of the businesses that have signed up on this page.
Together we can all make Leeds a more age friendly city.
British Royal Legion
Leeds Bus Station
Leeds Central Library
Leeds City Museum
Leeds College of Music
Leeds Kirkgate Market
Nom Vietnamese Deli
One Medical Group - The Light
St George House
Vincenzo the Prosecco Van
Manning Stainton Estate Agents, Albert Street
Skipton Building Society, Princes Street
Menspace Skills Hub
Middleton Elderly Aid
Middleton Elderly Aid Charity Shop
Middleton Family Hall
Modern Men Hair Design
St George's Centre Community Hub
The Cracked Pot
Wm Dodgson and Son Funeral Services
Lingfield Living Social
Moor Allerton One Stop and Library
The Horse and Farrier
One Medical Group - Westgate Surgery
Otley Action for Older People
Otley Library and One Stop Shop
Teal Beck House
Manning Stainton Estate Agents
Philip Howard Books