Day: 3 May 2012

Middleton Railway fights back against thieves after two more incidents

Middleton Railway – the oldest continuously working railway in the world – is launching a hi-tech fightback against thieves who threaten to wreck south Leeds’ industrial heritage. The railway, which has been running since 1758 and is now run by volunteers,  has been hit by metal thieves over the past 12

Scoop it Up: Council cracks down on dog fouling

Irresponsible dog owners are being asked to sit up and take notice after two Leeds people fell foul of the law. Following a clamp down on people who don’t pick up after their pets, a man from Bramley and a woman from Cross Green were found guilty of various offences

Middleton Life: Planning starts on exhibition panels

Members of the Middleton Life local history project yesterday began planning the panels which will form a permanent focus at Tenants Hall Enterprise Centre. The project, which will end in June with an official unveiling of the panels, sees members of the community learning about the history of Middleton through