Acclaimed Leeds charity ‘The Real Junk Food Project’ (TRJFP) are set to establish a year-round ‘freegan’ box scheme in Beeston, which will see good quality ‘junk’ food delivered into the community each week – and they are now calling for local people to sign up to make it happen. This
Children in Key Stage Two at Hugh Gaitskell Primary School are taking part in the Google led ‘Be Internet Legends’ programme. Through the programme, children will be helped to be safe and confident explorers of the online world. The launch took the form of an interactive assembly promoting the values
West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service dealt with a fire in an industrial building in Holbeck this afternoon (8 October 2018) after receiving a call into our Control Room just before midday. The fire was at a business premises which cleans chemical containers on Ingram Road. Eight fire engines attended
New figures released show that air quality on Elland Road near the Park and Ride is improving and traffic into Beeston is unaffected despite public concern that the scheme would attract more cars and reduce air quality. Leeds City Council analysis shows that the level of dangerous nitrogen dioxide in
The new term at Cockburn John Charles Academy has got off to an inspirational start as Year 11 were treated to a highly motivational guest speaker Action Jackson. He inspired the group’s attention with his thought-provoking presentation, encouraging each individual to reflect on their own ability and potential as they
Have you got a great idea for your local area? Touchstone, the mental health and wellbeing charity, are launching a new community project initiative across Beeston Hill, Holbeck, New Wortley and Armley. Individuals and groups are invited to submit applications for up to £500 for small community events or projects.