Middleton Community Centre Council Event

I went along to the Middleton Community Event at Middleton Commutator Centre  last Wednesday (19 September 2018).

The event was held by local organisations at  Council  Social Centre. My thanks go to Rachel from Leeds City Council,   for preparing the buffet.

Paul, Judith and Kim local Councillors

Around 30 people, staff, Councillors Paul Truswell, Kim Groves and Judith Blake, board members and local residents turned up for the event.

I spoke the Police there, and asked if any nearer to getting rid of the quad bikes in the area and try to put a stop to fireworks in the street.

As always, they said they are trying to do their best with limited funds from government for policing.



Next were staff from The St George’s Centre, Middleton.

I see they now have a Chess Club every Saturday 10.30am-12.30pm. For Schools. I used to play Chess myself, but not very good at it.

More info can be got on their website for different services and open times…. www.leeds.gov.uk/your-council/consultations-and-feedback/st-georges-one-stop-centre

Friends of Middleton Park had a stall: Help Make Miggy Park Playground better. The leaflet given out shows a map proposing a new design.

More info at www.fomp.co.uk, or you can pick up a leaflet at the visitors centre in Middleton Park.

MEA Notice Board

Middleton Elderly Aid had a stall giving out advice on trips, lunch clubs and more for the over 60s and their carers in the Middleton area. More information at middletonelderlyaid.org.uk

The Housing Advisory Panel was giving out advice on funding for different projects.

More can be seen at www.idoxopen4community.co.uk/lcc

I will have a look to see if there is any funding for walking groups.

Leeds Anti Social Behaviour & Hate Crime (LASBT). If any issues in the area ring (0113) 222 4402 or e-mail LASBT@leeds.gov.uk

St Georges Centre

Women’s Lives Leeds , had a stall giving out info about a drop-in service for Women and Girls. More info just phone Sabina on 07925 575012, or (0113) 270 4600.

Asda had a stall, ‘Your Community Our Support’.

The Asda Foundation has grants available for local community groups.



I spoke to Charlotte Banks, the Community Champion at Middleton Asda about grants and funding for Arm in Arm walking group and the one in Belle Isle Walk and Talk from BITMO GATE. Will contact Charlotte for more information.

You can also get through to her on (0113) 397 9119.

Leeds City Council Youth Services had a table for more information on re activates ring Alison on 07891 07891

And finally Breeze Friday Night Project. Sports. Music, Dance and more. Click breezeleeds.org/fnp

Drop in at Middleton Elderly Aid Social Centre