Author Archive: Kenneth Ingram

Born 1949 in Hunslet.
Went to Hunslet Carr School at age 4. From age 11, Went to Belle Isle Secondary Modern.
Left School at 15 and worked in the Tailoring trade. 1 Year Later Got employment in the Electrical retailing industry at Curry's. Stayed anther year, before moving on to Vallances Electrical. Stayed there for about 21 years, before setting myself up in business as a Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning Business.

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Whats on at Middleton Elderly Aid

Whats on at Middleton Elderly Aid

Our new Social Centre is finally here, it is situated off Middleton Park Avenue, next to Middleton Primary School. We are open 6 days a week.  Our lunch clubs are Monday, Tuesday, Thursdays and Fridays. Saturdays we serve a full cook breakfast in the morning and sandwiches in the afternoon.  We  serve serving Bacon Sandwiches […]

Middleton Elderly Aid presents a Monthly Tea Dance

Middleton Elderly Aid presents a Monthly Tea Dance

Middleton Elderly Aid   Ken says “A fantastic afternoon of learning people to Dance. Tea and cakes at half time. I even managed to learn steps of one dance last time, even with my memory!”  

Middleton Elderly Aid Christmas Fayre

Middleton Elderly Aid Christmas Fayre

Middleton Elderly Aid.  If anyone would like a table at our Xmas Fayre for a small donation please get in touch at  middletonelderlyaid.org.uk  Also any donations would be greatly appreciated for raffle prizes. Thank You    

Looking for help to find work? Over 25? See Remploy at The GATE

Looking for help to find work? Over 25? See Remploy at The GATE

Belle Isle TMO Looking for help to find work? Over 25? Remploy will be at the GATE on Thursday 18 October from 2-3:30pm as part of the Job Club. Remploy is a free service. They can: get you a 1:1 advisor who could meet you each week at the GATE help with your CV arrange […]

Aphasia Cafe at BITMOs GATE

Aphasia Cafe at BITMOs GATE

Belle Isle TMO Aphasia is a condition that may occur after a brain injury, and most commonly from a stroke and particularly in older people. Aphasia may affect the way a person speaks and understands speech, as well as their ability to read or write. Here at BITMO’s GATE, we host a FREE Aphasia Cafe […]

Jean Byrne ‘Braved the Shave’ for Macmillan

Jean Byrne ‘Braved the Shave’ for Macmillan

  Please take the time to view slide show above.. What a fantastic lady Jean is, at 76 years young, she held a ‘Brave the Shave’ event to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support. Jean held the event in her street, East Grange Square, Belle Isle, Leeds on Saturday 29 September 2018. As I walked down […]

Appeal to Trace Potentially Injured Male, Leeds

Appeal to Trace Potentially Injured Male, Leeds

Appeal to Trace Potentially Injured Male, Leeds Police are trying to find a missing male who was in collision with a private hire vehicle in the early hours of this morning. The incident happened at 1:46am this morning (Sunday 7 October 2018) on Dewsbury Road in Leeds by the Kasa store. The man suffered a […]

Middleton Railway commemorate 50 Anniversary closure of Broom Colliery

Middleton Railway commemorate 50 Anniversary closure of Broom Colliery

Visit Middleton Railway this weekend commemorating 50 Anniversary closure of Broom Colliery. We have worked in partnership with the Railway so that every Primary School Child in Belle Isle & Middleton will receive a brilliant history book . We hope you all like it and save it for future generations. There is lots on display […]

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News from Middleton Parkrun 29th September

News from Middleton Parkrun 29th September

Middleton Woods Parkrun Middleton Woods parkrun, Event 23 made possible by 15 superstars hi-viz hero’s.  90 awesome athletes crossed the finish line We welcomed 48 first timers & 3 who completed their 1st ever parkrun & 2 awesome people returned for their 2nd parkrun .     We had visitors from Bradford, Hull, Kent, Sunderland, […]

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