A £59.3m package of support for local communities and businesses in Leeds and the rest of West Yorkshire has been agreed as the area enters the government’s Tier 3 restrictions category at one minute after midnight on Monday 2 November. New rules and guidance to help control the spread of
The Tetley, Hunslet’s own art gallery, has been in touch to tell us that it has fifty free meals for children who might otherwise go without tomorrow, Friday 30 October 2020. In a statement they said: “To play our small part in helping some of the many families struggling during
We have been distributing copies of the November newspaper to venues around LS10 and LS11 yesterday and today (Thursday 29 October 2020) and have some more to do tomorrow. Copies are available from various food shops including Beeston Co-op, Middleton Asda and Dewsbury Road Tescos as well as many small
“It is the Government’s responsibility to make sure that children do not go hungry.” These were the words of my parliamentary colleague Kate Green when she moved the motion calling for free school meals to be funded during the autumn half term, Christmas and Easter holidays. The Government has rightly
New defibrillators have been installed at a number of public venues across Hunslet and Beeston Hill – with more to follow. As Councillors, Cllr Nash, Cllr Iqbal and I funded these with the hope they would never be needed. However, on a recent visit to The Hunslet Club, one of
White Rose Shopping Centre has announced T34 Paralympic wheelchair racer Hannah Cockroft MBE as its Accessibility Ambassador to coincide with this year’s Purple Tuesday. Holding five Paralympic gold medals, as well as multiple world records and world championship titles, Hannah is a Halifax native who regularly shops at White Rose.