The Hunslet Club hosted it’s very own Strictly Come Dancing Themed Competition Night on Saturday 14th April with popular club volunteer and staff faces competing like you’ve never seen them before! They spent weeks practicing hard and the results were spectacular in front of a packed out sell out crowd. The well deserved
Local resident Steve Thompson has sent South Leeds Life the following information: There’s a super coffee morning, 10am to noon, on Saturday April 28 at Beeston Parish Centre. Tables available to hire at £5. The event includes a demonstration by the Hunslet Hawks Junior Cheerleaders. Funds in aid of St Mary’s Church.
A leading local councillor has backed our campaign to tackle dog owners who fail to scoop up after their pets in south Leeds’ streets and public places. Yesterday South Leeds launched our Scoop It Up campaign, which aims to try and educate people to pick up their pet’s dog muck – and
Leeds-based social entrepreneurs Gill Coupland and Rob Greenland are aiming to tackle the number of empty houses in Leeds with an event at Beeston’s The Greenhouse next month. Gill and Rob were inspired to start the project after moving to Beeston. On their super new ‘Leeds Empties’ blog, they write:
A nice personal piece on the election and Holbeck in Bloom from the Voice of Holbeck blog