Month: August 2014

South Leeds Roundup: Dogs, Docks and Data

  Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook and Twitter. Apparently today is National Dog Day so it seems appropriate to start with the Friends of Middleton Park who have posted some lovely photos from last Sunday’s dog show. The

Video: Hunslet campaigners highlight trolleybus concerns

  South Leeds campaigners fighting against plans for the £250m New Generation Transport ‘trolleybus’ scheme have spoken of the negative impact it may have on their community. As reported by South Leeds Life, residents of the Whitfield estate in Hunslet recently mounted a protest against the plans, which would see

Beeston Hill: Police appeal after man dies after Lady Pit Lane incident

  Police are appealing for witnesses after a man died following an incident on Lady Pit Lane in Beeston Hill. They want to speak to one of the men believed to have been involved and have asked him to come forward. The incident took place around 6pm yesterday on Lady

City View patients plot grow scheme for better health

  Health Champions from the City View GP practice in Beeston are planting up an allotment with expert help from Joe Maiden and a mystery benefactor. The Health Champions, who offer support to patients to lead healthier lifestyles, had already applied for a plot at Clarksfield Allotments when they heard