Month: April 2012

Middleton Life project interviewed by Cockburn pupils

Members of the Middleton Life local history project have visited Cockburn School in Beeston to be interviewed by pupils about their memories of Middleton. The hour-long interview – to be condensed into a 20-minute ‘broadcast’ online as part of a radio programme pit together by pupils – saw pupils ask questions

Pedestrian died after Holbeck traffic collision: Appeal

Police have renewed their appeal for information following a road traffic collision on Domestic Street, Leeds in which a 79-year-old male pedestrian was seriously injured. The man has since died as a result of his injuries and has been identified as Peter Hepworth of Holbeck. The collision occured at around

Talk About Local Unconference draws hyperlocal crowd

Hundreds of local bloggers – including South Leeds Life – descended on Birmingham yesterday to discuss all things hyperlocal at the Talk About Local 2012 Unconference. What’s hyperlocal and what’s Talk About Local I hear both our readers cry! Well, firstly hyperlocal is an online news or content service pertaining

South Leeds Life’s set for Talk About Local unconference

South Leeds Life will be up bright and early tomorrow and heading for Birmingham for the annual Talk About Local Unconference. Talk About Local helps communities up and down the country to set up their own blogs and find their own powerful voice online. This will be the fourth unconference for

Breakdance Beginners Encouraged To Come To Hunslet Club

The Hunslet Club is launching a new recruitment drive for its Breakdance Classes for children and young people aged 5 to 16. Sessions are great fun for both beginners and advanced dancers. Bi-monthly Breakdance Battles also take place at the club which you can watch or take part in. Further information can