Detectives are appealing for information following a shooting incident in South Leeds at the weekend. Six men have now been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder in relation to the incident which happened in Beeston at about 2pm on Saturday (28 October 2017). One man was arrested in Leeds city
Hope Price is celebrating winning a Silver medal at the European Youth Boxing Championships, held in Turkey last week (20-29 October 2017). He was one of a team of five fighting for England. At nineteen, Hope was the youngest, competing one year above his age. In the first round he
White Rose Champions Local Artists in Celebration of Bonfire Night White Rose Shopping Centre is proud to once again be sponsoring the Middleton Park and Rothwell Springhead Park bonfire events, which have both enlisted the help of their local schools to design a poster for the evening. The winning designs, chosen
Do you know the story that the ghost of a small boy haunts Marshall’s Mill? Find out about him and other spooky goings on with professional ghost hunters on a tour around the eeriest parts of The Round Foundry estate. Matthew Murray’s Round Foundry and John Marshall’s mills date back
Rehearsals are well underway and the back stage crew at St Andrew’s Pantomime Group are preparing props, costumes and scenery. This year’s production is Little Miss Muffet … Little Miss Muffet, sat on a Tuffet, eating her Curds and Whey. What is a Tuffet? What are Curds and Whey? Why
Each week we publish lists of planning applications related to LS10 and LS11 published on on the Leeds City Council website. The following applications were validated in the week beginning 23 October 2017: Additional shelter to bowling club The Pavillion, St Anthony’s Road Beeston LS11 8DP Ref. No: 17/06847/FU
‘HYPOGEAL’ BOOK LAUNCH Tuesday 7th November | 7.30pm – 9.30pm EXHIBITION OPEN Thursday 9th November | 10am -12pm Friday 10th November | 10am – 12pm Monday 13th November | 10am – 2pm Thursday 16th November | 10am – 12pm Friday 17th November | 10am – 12pm Hypogeal is a type
To mark World Stroke Day on Sunday (29 October 2017) I wanted to let you know about an amazing woman who lives in Hunslet. This person is called Deborah and in 2016 she had a stroke. As would be expected this shook Deborah and her family’s world to the core.