South Leeds Hiking group are looking to step out after lockdown! The group have been respecting lockdown restrictions but still remain a lively and active group. Many members posting their favourite local walks on the group’s page and posting tips for walkers. Members have also been posting some stunning photos
Beeston author Amy Walker has published a children’s book and I spoke to her about it. Amy is not only an inspiration thanks to her new novel, Anchor Moon, but she is also a hero and inspiration thanks to her community spirit and belief in other people especially today’s youth.
Have you ever found yourself lost for words, maybe you’re penning a letter to family or a card to offer someone your sympathies? Sometimes it can be difficult to find the right words for the occasion, Yvonne Ugarte may have the answer! Yvonne has been a writer for many years,
Nappies are an essential part of raising any baby but do you know where they go after it’s been filled and disposed of? According to the Nappy Alliance over 400,000 tonnes of disposable nappies go to landfill every year and take over 500 years to decompose. There is an alternative!
Following my article on period poverty in the community, I felt moved to pen a piece exploring the impact sanitary products, tampons, sanitary pads, incontinence pads and nappies are having on the environment and just what we can do to minimise our own impact. Like it or not at some
PERIODS. Now I’ve got your attention, I’d like to explain a little more about ‘Period Poverty’ and what that means to the women and young ladies of South Leeds. Men please keep reading, we need your help too! Considered a taboo subject, menstruation is actually one of the most natural
Walking into a Salvation Army building you will probably expect a warm welcome, this is exactly how I was met this morning when I visited the Salvation Army on Hunslet Hall Road. Jeremy Morton visited a number of years ago and I re-traced his steps to see how things are
Christmas cheer was certainly flowing through Hunslet Morrisons on Sunday afternoon (22 December 2019) while the 51st Hunslet St Mary’s Rainbows, Brownies and Guides were ready to lend a hand with the Hunslet Church plant to sing carols while raising money for the local foodbank. The Girl Guide units are
If you live near Malvern Road in Beeston Hill, you’ve probably noticed some activity going on at St Luke’s Church. Maybe some comings and goings, vans and men popping in and out of the building. Or perhaps you’ve noticed the railings and masses of building materials that seems to have
The history of a place is important not only to an individual who has lived in that location their whole lives but also people who come into the community. It’s also important for the place itself to retain its heritage. This is where the blessing of the internet comes into