Come along and join the Friends of Middleton Park tomorrow (Tuesday, 17 April) at an open meeting of the Steering Group at Middleton Methodist Church Hall, Hopewell View, where we will be discussing the business of the Friends, writes Alan Shaw. After the (short) meeting we will be hearing from Councillor
“We have old people, a disabled girl in a wheelchair and young children living in this street. It is very hard to walk on the footpath as dogs have always fouled in front of every house. No-one on our street has a dog. We need help to sort this problem.
South Leeds Life reader Louise Drury used to work at Middleton-based charity Health for All managing its children’s project and has since worked with disadvantaged kids in Namibia and is looking to live in South Africa. In a special guest post, she writes about the differences in culture and issues regarding, children, education and poverty…
Good morning, south Leeds! We’re back from our little Easter break and our slight lull in filing stories – thanks to Jeremy Morton, Dave Florence, Christine Robinson-Perkins, Deacon Al Henry and Jason Slack for their contributions over this period. We thought it’d be good to round-up some of what’s been going on