We have been distributing copies of the April newspaper to venues around LS10 and LS11 yesterday and today (Thursday 1 April 2021). Copies are available from various food shops including Beeston Co-op, Middleton Asda and Dewsbury Road Tescos as well as many small neighbourhood shops. We have been unable to
Exactly a year ago, in my column for South Leeds Life, I reflected on how the world had changed in ways that could scarcely have been imagined four weeks earlier. Twelve months on, who would have imagined that we would have seen 126,000 people lose their lives, three lockdowns, businesses
Asda Middleton Community Champion Rachel Cunningham arranged a surprise delivery of ten laptops to Rodillian Academy as part of the supermarket’s initiative to provide over 7,000 laptops to schools across the UK to help tackle digital exclusion. Whilst children are now returning to the classrooms, there is still a need
We are all impacted and shaped by our local environment, for better or worse – and whilst South Leeds definitely has its charms and beauty, our neighbourhoods are also blighted by littering and fly-tipping. Quite apart from the thousands of daily bits of litter dropped, every day sadly sees fly
You may be decluttering, you may have bought new furniture and need to get rid of old items, or perhaps you doing some DIY and have more waste than can go in your bin. Whatever the reason there are plenty of ways to dispose of unwanted items safely and legally.
People across Leeds are being given a reminder of the important role they still play in keeping the city, themselves and others safe as lockdown restrictions start to ease. With Leeds about to head into the Bank Holiday weekend and groups of up to six people from two households now
Police are appealing for anyone who sees a missing man to get in contact with them. Bradley Grimes, 26, was last seen on Beeston Road at 3pm on Tuesday 30 March 2021. He is described as white, approximately 6ft7” tall of slim build and with short dark hair. He also
Following the felling of mature trees by Highways England in Belle Isle and by the Canal & River Trust in Hunslet, South Leeds Life has learned that plans are being put into operation to remove all mature trees from parks in South Leeds, starting in Cross Flatts Park. South Leeds