Established in 1993, Cornerstone has two three story Victorian houses in Chapeltown, (an ethnicly diverse and run-down area of) Leeds. Both houses need a lot of maintenance, but have large gardens front and back, where the odd co-op member does thir best to create beautiful and productive landscapes. We house up to fifteen people between the two houses and there are often short and long-term visitors swelling our numbers.
Members spend their time studying, gardening, printing, DiY, squatting social centres, campaigning on peace, environmental, social and animal rights issues. Evening meals are vegan and communal.
Footprint workers co-op is based in one of the houses.
We are also the enquiries point for Radical Routes publications.
The e-mail address and phone number below are checked but not very regularly.
16 Sholebroke Avenue
Tel: 0113 262 9365
Web Site: www.cornerstonehousing.org.uk