Day: 5 April 2012

Grants For Leeds Community Groups & Individuals In Need

One of the vital sources of income for charities, community groups and individuals in need in Leeds in austere times are charitable trusts. Normally set up by an individual or organisation with the aim of distributing money to benefit certain sectors of society, or society as a whole. Some trusts

Slideshow: Middleton Arms demolition latest

[slideshow]The demolition of the Middleton Arms continues to gather apace – as these photographs sent to South Leeds Life by Deacon Al Henry clearly show. Deacon Al took the photos at 3pm today where a small crowd can be seen watching the demolition of one of south Leeds’ landmarks. We

South Leeds and beyond: An Easter what’s on

As everyone here at South Leeds Life looks towards taking a well-earned Easter break, we thought it would be nice to put together a short list of some of the things you can look forward to over the holiday weekend. Feel free to add anything we’ve inadvertently missed out in

Come on, south Leeds! Fancy a bit of culture?

Katy Forster has sent South Leeds Life the following information: I work in the Opera North marketing department and we are currently trying to involve the local community in some of our free events that are coming up in our Spring season. The Howard Assembly Room has a wealth of events 

Hunslet Tenants and Residents Association discuss local issues

Hunslet issues were discussed at the latest meeting of the Hunslet Tenants and Residents Association yesterday evening. About 20 people attended the tiny Church of the Nazarene venue and hear their fellow residents discuss topics including anti-social behaviour, problems with bin collections, bin bags and bins in general! Representatives from