A new weekly community cafe was recently launched at Vale Circles on Tunstall Road in Beeston. The cafe is open to all and runs every Saturday 8:30-11am.
Run by The Ciaran Bingham Foundation Trust (CBFT), the cafe hopes to encourage and support local residents from all social groups to come together and form bonds. The cafe has both tables and sofas and serves tea, coffee, and other breakfast items, such as a full English for £2.50, for eating in or taking away.
CBFT was founded in 2010 memory of Ciaran Bingham, a young man who sadly died aged only 19. It aims to support and deliver projects to help young, elderly, and vulnerable people in the South Leeds community fight isolation and identify ways for all groups in society to come together, focusing primarily on weekends and bank holidays.
The Trust also runs Saturday breakfast sessions at Holbeck Feast Cafe and Westerton Court Cafe in Tingley, and Sunday lunch clubs at BITMO, Westerton Court, and Maltings Court in Beeston. More information on these and other services offered by the Trust is available on 0113 270 6903.
This post was written by Niki Woods using our Create an article for South Leeds Life page.