Day: October 5, 2012

Cakes galore today at Macmillan coffee morning: Updated

Cakes and tea and coffee is running at Tenants Hall Enterprise Centre, Middleton, today until 2pm in aid of Macmillan Cancer Relief. The cakes look and taste fabulous – pop in! It was organised by the folks at Connexions Targeted Support.         Updated Monday, 9.45am: The event was

Deacon Al aims to put the ‘Christ’ back into Christmas

Deacon Al Henry of Middleton Methodist Church has sent us details of an idea he’s come up with  to put “CHRIST” back into Christmas. He’s aiming to to work together with local people in Middleton and Belle Isle to put on a special community festival involving schools, community groups, churches and

South of the River – through Ginnels and Snickets

I’ve had two meetings in the city centre this week. I don’t like to drive into the city centre because the parking charges are set high to discourage congestion. A policy I approve of. The bus is expensive if you’re on a tight budget, so unless it’s tipping down, it’s

Leeds United player to surprise youngsters at Old Cockburn Sports Hall

Young people who have been taking part in a football skills project with Leeds City Council’s youth service will be visited by a special guest in Beeston this evening. A Leeds United first team player will drop in to the Old Cockburn Sports Hall to meet youngsters who have been