Month: July 2015

Revamped Ingram Gardens community centre reopens

A community centre at the heart of a regeneration project has officially re-opened after an extensive revamp. Ingram Gardens community centre has undergone a major transformation ahead of nearby properties in Holbeck being refurbished as part of the council’s housing regeneration project. The council’s partner sc4L and Keepmoat overhauled the

South Leeds Roundup: Seized bikes, birds of prey, barns and breakfasts

Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook and Twitter. We start this week with the news that the latest South Leeds Neighbourhood Policing newsletter is out. Also on Facebook they report on a trail bike seized in Holbeck and a

Panel to decide on Aspiring Communities scheme

The controversial plans for a sports hall with community and prayer rooms on the former Ice Pak site on Barkly Road in Beeston will go before a Council Plans Panel next week with a recommendation to refuse planning permission. The plans brought forward by local charity Aspiring Communities have raised