Aged 11-18? Bothered about climate change? Want to help make your community greener – and be in the running for a cash prize? Local youth project Space is offering a £250 prize fund for young people across LS10 and LS11 who take action over the course of this year (2022)
Here’s a roundup of some the main events taking place over the coming week in South Leeds. For full listings go over to our What’s On calendar here. Saturday Family Film Club returns to St George’s Community Hub & Library in Middleton from 11am-1pm. Book your FREE place here bit.ly/3FUKb6A
Get Set Leeds Local, led by Active Leeds and part of Leeds City Council, is a Sport England funded project for Beeston Hill and Holbeck. It works with the community to be solution focused, looking at how collectively as a community we can help more people move more often. We’ve
ParkPlay, a new Sport England-backed charity, has launched in Beeston. ParkPlay, which offers free, fun games and activities for people of all ages and abilities, has welcomed its first attendees at Brickfield Park in Beeston Hill, where weekly sessions will take place every Saturday morning from 10:30am. Brickfield Park is
We have been distributing copies of the January newspaper to venues around LS10 and LS11 yesterday and today (Wednesday 5 January 2022). Copies are available from various food shops including Beeston Nisa, Middleton Asda and Dewsbury Road Tescos as well as many small neighbourhood shops, charity shops, Community Hubs and
South Leeds Life is proud to be co-launching a new local campaign for 2022, for south Leeds people to pledge to take action on climate change. Run in association with the ‘Our Future Beeston’ group (but open to anyone in LS10 or LS11), the campaign – called the ‘South Leeds
Last month we found out about the Old Leeds Bridge, here’s the story of the New Leeds Bridge: The Mayor, Alderman J Barran, performed the ceremony of laying the foundation stone for the New Leeds Bridge on 20 September 1871. The members of the Corporation in their robes of office
We all know that South Leeds is the most interesting part of Leeds, if not the universe. The issues we get to report on range from national issues like High Speed Rail and new approaches to managing prostitution to covering retiring vicars and teachers and the building of cycle lanes.
Beeston & Holbeck Ward will have a new Councillor next May after the Labour Party choose Annie Maloney to fight the seat in place of sitting Councillor Angela Gabriel. South Leeds Life understands that it is normal practice in the party for sitting Councillors to be reselected ‘on the nod’.
Six men who took part in two illegal motorbike ‘ride outs’ across Leeds and Wakefield and showed off their dangerous exploits online have been sentenced at court. The men were brought to justice after officers from the Leeds South Neighbourhood Policing Team painstakingly pored over the internet footage to build