As we head into December it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas as South Leeds prepares to switch on its Christmas lights.
Here’s a run down of events around the area:
Thursday 1 December, 5:30pm outside the Co-op on Town Street. The Salvation Army band will be leading the carol singing and hot food and drinks will be served in the Beeston Parish Centre afterwards.
Thursday 1 December, 5:30pm outside Arthington Court sheltered housing on the corner of Balm Road and Moor Road. There will be carol singing with the choir of Hunslet Carr Primary School. Refreshments will be served.
Sunday 4 December, 5:30pm outside St Matthew’s Community Centre by Holbeck Moor.
Tuesday 6 December, 2:30pm on Belle Isle Circus with children from Windmill Primary School.
Monday 12 December, 2:30pm at Middleton Park Circus. Carol singing with children from local primary schools.
Please note the dates and times for Belle Isle and Middleton in our print edition are incorrect.
4 Replies to “When are the Christmas Lights being switched on in South Leeds?”
Those times for Middleton and Belle Isle are just brilliant, I’m almost sure lights are supposed to be seen at night. I wonder if they got the idea from some of the locals setting fireworks off during daylight hours!
I do hope my hard earned council tax money hasn’t paid towards this rubbish just for the lazy Benefit Scroungers in Hunslet who pay no Council tax can marvel at. Waste of money when other services need funds.
Please can you kindly confirm the correct day date and time for the middleton lights switch on as the info you have provided doesnt match the day and corresponding date thankyou ☺
We’ve double checked and it’s definitely Monday 12th December at 2:30pm.
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