On Saturday (22 February 2020) the one-day IMAX Film Festival returns to Cineworld Leeds at the White Rose Shopping Centre, offering cinema-goers a second chance to see four of 2019’s biggest blockbusters in IMAX®, including The Lion King, Spider-Man: Far From Home, Avengers: Endgame and Joker. Tickets cost just £3
As we reported in our Half Term activity roundup, The Tetley is running its popular Family Art Workshops every day through to Saturday 22 February 2020. The free workshops are led by artists and everyone is welcome, regardless of age or ability. Just drop in between 11am-3pm. Here’s what’s on
White Rose Shopping Centre is inviting families to enjoy a free trail this February Half Term – a collection of 15 Nick Jr. characters and models brought to life from more than 500,000 toy bricks. Characters include favourites from PAW Patrol, Abby Hatcher, Blaze and the Monster Machines, and Shimmer
Blackberry picking is a simple late Summer pleasure, which many of us will have enjoyed since we were little; cramming more blackberries into our mouths than we managed to take home, fingers and clothes stained with berry juice. These are much-loved childhood memories, for even a hardened suburbanite like me.
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. Next week is half term and we’ve listed all the family friendly activities on a separate post here. The Cottingley Winter Wellbeing
Schools in Leeds break up for a week’s half term holiday on Friday (14 February 2020). If you are wondering how to occupy your children next week, we have put together some ideas for you. The Tetley, Hunslet’s own art gallery, has extended its popular Family Art Workshops to run
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 Storm Ciara, West Yorkshire Trading Standards is warning householders to be extra vigilant if approached by traders offering to carry out property repairs as a result of storm damage. Trading Standards is concerned rogue traders could knock on doors offering to carry out property repairs such as damaged roofing
Chair of Leeds in Boom, Cllr Angela Gabriel (Labour, Beeston and Holbeck) is calling on all children to enter the Design a Flowerbed Competition. The competition is asking children from across the city to submit pictures to be recreated as flower beds around Leeds Civic Hall. As well as this,
With the world’s eyes increasingly on extreme weather, plastic and air pollution, and climate change, Leeds residents are pulling together to host a major event to get the city fixing and reusing, instead of throwing things away. The popular Leeds Repair Cafe, part of an international movement, has been running