Middleton Park bonfire cancelled for a second year

Leeds City Council’s six annual bonfire and firework events, including Middleton Park, will unfortunately not be taking place this year. This follows guidance issued by national government when restrictions were eased in July 2021 that particularly relate to large gatherings at outdoor events including firework displays. A key aspect of

Beeston residents evacuated over suspected bomb

Roads were closed, residents were evacuated from their homes and an Army bomb disposal squad was deployed in Beeston this afternoon (20 September 2021). About 60 residents had to leave their homes after a suspect package was reported to Police just after 2pm. Residents were accommodated at St Anthony’s church

Escape down the rabbit hole at The Escapologist White Rose

Experience the instant enchantment that is ‘Almost Alice’, a new wonderland-themed escape room created by The Escapologist. Located in White Rose Shopping Centre, next to New Look, The Escapologist’s wondrous new room includes stunning visuals that tell the captivating story of Lewis Carroll’s Mad Hatter’s Tea Party and the Queen’s

Leeds United star cuts the ribbon on Elland Road cycle route

Leeds United star Patrick Bamford joined the celebrations at the official opening of the city’s new Elland Road cycle lane today (Monday 20 September 2021). The 1.5km route, which runs from Elland Road Park & Ride to the city centre, will help connect people in south Leeds with job, training,

Creating communal greenspace in Stratford Street

Hubbub and Leeds City Council have designed campaigns to inspire ways of living which improve the environment. Rochyne Delaney McNulty knocked on doors in the streets surrounding Stratford Street in Beeston Hill looking for volunteers to help with creating communal spaces/gardens and approached me at Asha Neighbourhood Project to work