Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook. We start this week with Holbeck Neighbourhood Policing Team’s Facebook appeal for a missing black speckled chicken. Apparently the Hunslet Club have lost one. On a more serious note they have another
Hi, my name is Kirsty and I’ve just started the Community Reporters course hoping it will help me on my journey towards becoming a more accomplished writer. I’ve wanted to be a writer for as long as I can remember, starting way back in the mists of time as
I called at the shop on Elland Road the other day, to get an old lady a loaf of bread. Coming back and turning down Brown Lane I had to stop in the queue of traffic in order to right to go over the flyover and back to the
Right, so I started the Community Reporters course today … Which is great, right? No, it definitely is! The first session (which is happening right now) is … interesting! I woke up to an email from my oh so lovely manager and attached to it was the info for
Last night we started a new Community Reporters Course. Over the coming weeks we will teach our students how to write a better news story, how to take a better photograph, the art of headline writing, the use of social media and more. The course is very hands on,
All life is now online, whether it’s breakfast or battles, and to be heard is to be media savvy. As the chair of a number of organisations, and also running my own business in the modern internet world, I realise the power of online media isn’t to be underestimated.
Come down to the Hunslet Community Gala this weekend for the 10th Anniversary Event on Saturday 29th June from 11:30am to 4:00pm. The annual gala, organised by Hunslet Festival, takes place on the field adjacent to Grove Road (opposite the Penny Hill Centre) off Church Street. In the Family