The Hunslet Club is pleased to announce the first professional ballet production to grace it’s stage, Northern Ballet’s Ugly Duckling, which is the Leeds based, world renound company’s first ballet especially for children. A poor duckling is lonely and fed-up, shunned by those around her who see her as too ugly
I have just had PCSO Claire Leech round and was in need of so help in organising a coffee morning at St Matthew’s Community Centre in Holbeck on Friday 28th September, writes Ian Pickup. Her idea is to link in with the nationwide Macmillan Cancer Support ‘Worlds Biggest Coffee Morning’ event.
A 38 year old woman was walking her dogs on the grassed area at the junction of Raylands Close and Raylands Lane, Belle Isle when she was threatened by a man with a knife, police have said today. The incident, at 5.20pm on Friday 31st August, saw the woman approached by a
As you may have heard, Hunslet Fire Station could close under proposals being recommended by West Yorkshire’s chief fire officer. The proposal could see the Dewsbury Road station close, along with Morley’s station on Corporation Street. The stations would then be merged and relocated on a site midway between the two current
The next meeting of the Hunslet & Holbeck Heritage Project will take place today at Hunslet Baptist Church (1pm – 3pm). The project, which is being run by the University of Leeds, is looking to secure funding for a major project to explore the history and heritage of Hunslet. More details
Hope you all had a good rest over the summer (what summer! did I hear you say?), Beeston Parish Centre had a couple of great events in June, The Torch Relay Breakfast and the Strawberry Fair, writes Steve Thompson. The Computer Club meets every alternate Fridays in the Annex next