We’re upgrading our blog this weekend and making some behind-the-scenes technical changes. Please bear with us as we make these changes – we hope there will be minimal disruption to readers. Thank you! The South Leeds Life Team
Some time ago a disk of nostalgic Hunslet photos set to music was handed to the Hunslet Club to be shown on the big screen at a reunion event. We figured it deserves a wider audience for those interested in local history. These are not club images but images from
[slideshow]Young people from across South Leeds have come together for an exciting residential experience. 17 young people from the Middleton Park ward and Beeston, Cottingley and Middleton Cluster enjoyed a weekend residential at Herd Farm. Youth workers from Leeds Youth Service brought together the group with the aim of better
South Leeds Community Radio and Slunglow have teamed up to tell the story of South Leeds. Volunteers are invited to attend four storytelling workshops, at Hillside in Beeston, to learn the techniques of storytelling, the benefits of using sound effects to build a picture and much more. Your story may
[slideshow]The communities of Manor Farm and surrounding Belle Isle and Middleton join in a Community Fun Day at the Manor Field Hall, writes Deacon Al Henry. It was an afternoon of food, craft, dance, advice and information. Many local agencies such as Health for All, Change4Life, Aire Valley Homes, weight management,
So we had a bit of a road trip from South Leeds Towers this week. Dave, John and I trekked over to Manchester in search of glory (or at least a certificate). As I reported yesterday we came back empty handed from the Blog North Awards, but it was a
The Hunslet Club will be hosting it’s annual fancy dress Halloween Party next Friday 26th October. All welcome! Talking of the club, did you see insightful article about it’s work on the Guardian website yesterday? Take a look here. Makes for an interesting read.