Here’s a roundup of some the main events taking place over the coming week in South Leeds. Please note that our online What’s On calendar here is currently out of action We start this week at Beeston Parish Centre on Town Street for Beeston’s Big Christmas Fair on Saturday 10am-2pm.
Cllrs Paul Wray and Cllr Mohammed Iqbal (Labour, Hunslet and Riverside) have welcomed the news the Leeds Antisocial Behaviour Team (LASBT) have begun the process to build the case for a Public Space Protection Order (PSBO) to cover the majority of Dewsbury Road (within Hunslet and Riverside Ward) and the
Thirteen organisations across the region, including three working in South Leeds, are to receive a total of more than £640,000 to support more people in their communities to walk and cycle, thanks to funding from the West Yorkshire Combined Authority. Tracy Brabin, Mayor of West Yorkshire, announced the funding recipients
Ocado Retail, the world’s largest dedicated online supermarket, is this week opening its fourth Zoom by Ocado site, the company’s rapid grocery delivery service. The facility in Leeds is its first outside of London, delivering a huge range of groceries with the service powered by Ocado Group’s cutting-edge technology. The
Hunslet RLFC have lined up three friendlies – all at their South Leeds Stadium base – ahead of the 2023 Betfred League 1 Rugby League season, which gets underway on Sunday 19 February with a trip to Doncaster. The Parksiders, whose Head Coach Alan Kilshaw has significantly strengthened his squad
Cottingley Hall as an estate has historically had a serious lack of provision when it comes to young people and this has resulted in a lot of anti-social behaviour. As an estate there was a desire to add to the current youth provision by offering an extra session per week.
“Let’s go and have afternoon tea at this the best cafe in South Leeds! Enjoy your Tea while your children go over the bumps on their bikes.” I have been going to the cafe at Leeds Urban Bike Park for a few years with the Arm in Arm Walking Group
It’s always a fantastic event every year at Middleton Elderly Aid (MEA). This Saturday … I’ve been going every year since MEA started this Boxing Day Christmas Lunch. Well done to all the staff and volunteers for taking their time to put on this lunch, when they could be home
Leeds City Council has launched its ‘Name the Gritter’ competition, which is soon to be rolled out to all Key Stage 2 pupils across Leeds. School kids across Leeds will then have the opportunity to take part in the exciting competition and win prizes, with judges from Leeds City Council
Inner South Community Committee held their Youth Summit on 8 November at the Civic Hall Banqueting Suite and welcomed young people aged 8-17 from across the Inner South wards of Beeston & Holbeck, Hunslet & Riverside and Middleton Park. This was the first Youth Summit since the pandemic and the