Category: Belle Isle

News and events for the Belle Isle area

Reflecting excellence in photography

Megan Stockdale, from Cockburn John Charles Academy (CJCA) beat off competition from 80 students at six schools to win the Wakefield College schools photography competition. James Pennington from the college visited the academy recently to award the prize, a framed photograph, certificate and £50 voucher for photographic equipment, as well

Hunslet Green: the home of Hunslet Warriors

Here’s another entry for the 2019 St Luke’s CARES Community Awards, it has been submitted by Pat Benatmane on behalf of Hunslet Green, the home of the Hunslet Warriors ARLFC. For details of how YOUR community group can enter please click here. Hunslet Green, next to Morrisons in Hunslet, looks

Planning applications 4 February 2019

Each week we publish lists of planning applications related to LS10 and LS11 published on on the Leeds City Council website. The following applications were validated in the week beginning 4 February 2019:   Landscape improvements to external areas of the Round Foundry and Marshalls Mill Round Foundry And Marshalls

Cockburn John Charles Academy supporting learning in the community

The start of a new term saw the introduction of a new initiative at Cockburn John Charles Academy which looks to support families in the local community with English as a second language. The EAL department at the academy is working closely with Path Yorkshire, a not-for-profit organisation who help

Stourton Park & Ride given the green light by Councilors

Councillors on the City Plans Panel overwhelmingly backed the controversial Park & Ride Scheme at Stourton at their meeting today (24 January 2019). The scheme will see parking for 1200 cars on land between Hunslet Cemetery and Junction 7 of the M621. The site will be served by electric buses

Park & Ride comes back to Plans Panel

The planning application for the controversial Park & Ride scheme at Stourton will come back to the City Plans Panel next Thursday (24 January 2019). As previously reported on South Leeds Life, Councillors on the panel agreed in principle to the scheme, but blasted officers for lack of information in

Brownie Amelia collects all 57 badges

Amelia Wood, a member of the 5th Middleton Brownies has achieved something very few girls ever manage – she has been awarded all 57 interest badges available to Brownies. Brownies work towards interest badges in their own time, choosing topics and skills they are interested in and exploring everything from languages