Month: September 2017

Holbeck community meeting will discuss Managed Approach

The quarterly Holbeck Community Meeting on Tuesday 3 October will discuss Safer Leeds’ ‘Managed Approach’ to prostitution in the area. The meeting, which starts at 7:30pm at St Matthew’s Community Centre, is organised by the Inner South Community Committee. With residents complaints rising over recent months, residents will have to

Unsung heroes wanted for citywide community awards

Nominations are now open for Leeds City Council’s first ever Compassionate City Awards, which are set to take place this December. Anyone wishing to nominate individuals, communities and or organisations who always put others first and deserve to be recognised for their efforts in the local area, has until 20 October

Community leader calls south Leeds to rally for Gambian school

A south Leeds community leader is launching an appeal to local schools, businesses, and other supporters – to help equip and restore an impoverished primary school in his homeland of Gambia in West Africa. Yanks Sawo, a well-known leader of the Leeds Gambian community and long-time Beeston resident, is making

Free theatre tickets: The Tin Drum

On Oskar’s third birthday, he rails against the adult world and decides to remain a child forever. Armed with a heart full of rage, a singing voice that shatters glass, and a seemingly indestructible tin drum, Oskar sets about to reveal the world for what it truly is. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=4&v=c1yCAGfNOI4 However, the