The latest core strategy of Leeds City Council includes a strategy for city centre transport that appears to seriously affect Holbeck. The map below (see council map for larger scale) indicates that the central traffic distribution route (loop) will pass through Holbeck along Jack Lane, Nineveh Road and Domestic Street. This is likely
Yesterday saw the final session of South Leeds Life’s first Community Reporters course. Over ten weeks our students have learned about photography, writing, interviewing and much more. We’ve had some stimulating discussions about the role of news, legal issues, social media, the ethics of reporting and the future of newspapers.
So here we sit, me and my fellow community reporters writing stories for your amusement and bemusement and I wonder which part of our story we are at. It is an end. The last session in our introductory course during which we have been expertly led by John Baron and
Our 10 week course is over. I’ve quite enjoyed myself. Our time at Tenants Hall has been well spent. Our tutor has been John Baron, who is the editor of the South Leeds Life magazine. We’ve been taught how to write an article, using various techniques. Work from notes or
It’s a long time since I’ve had a certificate but I’ve just been given one for completing the Community Reporters’ course at Tenants Hall. I have learned: How interesting Leeds City Museum is How to use photos to illustrate an article About the 5 Ws (who, what, where, when and
I’ve felt very lucky to have been able to participate in the Community Correspondents course at Middleton Tenants Hall. Beginning a new post as a trainee community organiser hosted from that building, meant the course location was very convenient to commit to. I’d been pleasantly surprised that course tutor John
The Community Reporters course was a very good course to do, I got to know a lot and it was very enjoyable. I thought the people were very nice and helped me so much. It was nice to go to the park to take photos. I enjoyed talking to some
St Luke’s HITBase have been in touch via our Facebook page: HITBase is again running a 10-Lesson course entitled ‘Computers In Everyday Life’. It will run from Monday 28th January through to 25th March 2013 on a Monday afternoon between 1 and 3pm. Topics covered will include Basic IT Online
Looking for jobs, training or business or financial help? You are invited to New Year New Start Middleton event tomorrow, Thursday. Get your 2013 off to a good start with some help and advice on: looking for a job learning and training self-employment running your own business volunteering money management There will also
Sarah Tarrant from Middleton St Mary’s CofE Primary School has sent us these photographs of a snow-bound miniature village in the school garden. We agree with Sarah that they make a lovely and unusual scene! Check out more South Leeds snow photographs here.