Month: November 2019

Appeal: Road Traffic Collision, Elland Road

Police are appealing for witnesses after a collision on Elland Road in Beeston. The incident happened at 6:40am on Thursday (27 November) when a Hyundai IX35 was in collision with an unknown dark coloured hatchback. The unknown vehicle deliberately reversed into the Hyundai causing extensive damage before leaving the scene

South Leeds first to receive gigabit speeds as part of a citywide digital transformation

Sponsored content “Internet services offering faster speeds, greater bandwidth and dramatically increased reliability will soon be available in South Leeds – and as soon as the city’s full fibre network goes live, users will experience a leap akin to lightspeed when comparing old with new.” Kim Johnston, CityFibre’s City Manager

Read our December newspaper online

We have been distributing copies of the December newspaper to community venues throughout LS10 and LS11 since Wednesday (27 November 2019). Copies are available from libraries, community centres, GP practices, schools, shops, and other community venues. Copies are also available at Dewsbury Road Tescos. You can find a full list

General Election Hustings in Belle Isle

General Election – Leeds Central Constituency The United Reformed Church in South Leeds is sponsoring a Hustings on Monday 2 December 2019 from 7:30-9pm. It is to be held at the church on Nesfield Road, Belle Isle, LS10 3LG. All six candidates will be there, and it is an opportunity

Every Tree Counts at Middleton Primary School

Middleton Primary pupils team up with Huddersfield web agency Splitpixel to protect local wildlife Students plant trees at Middleton Primary School with the help of Huddersfield based web agency, Splitpixel, as part of the wider Woodland Trust #EveryTreeCounts campaign. Middleton Primary pupils spent their Tuesday afternoon (26 November 2019) planting