Over the last few months, Leeds City Council has been looking at a number of options to tackle major financial pressures to establish a sustainable budget for 2023/24. As part of this, consideration was being given to the possible introduction of parking charges at its major parks including Middleton Park.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a fatal road traffic collision in Leeds. At 5.31pm yesterday, police were called to Blakeney Road, Belle Isle, where a male pedestrian had been hit by a white Renault Master Tipper truck. The man, aged in his forties, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Momentum is building behind the proposal to form a new community association for Beeston Hill – with local residents invited to join a meeting on Monday (30 January 2023), from 6pm, at the Hamara Centre on Tempest Road. This builds upon a packed-out meeting last November, when several dozen residents
Local Ward Councillors Andrew Scopes, Gohar Almass and Annie Maloney have welcomed new council housing in Holbeck. This week, Leeds City Council have taken ownership of six new family homes at Meynell Approach, Holbeck. The homes consist of 4 two bed and 2 three bed houses, and completes the first
School Uniform Swap LS11 has been running for over a year with regular stalls at the Watsonia Pavilion in Cross Flatts Park over the summer. The swap does what is says on the tin, collected unwanted items of pre-loved school uniform and offering it for free (or a small donation)
Pets at Home is launching new community food donation points in stores across the UK to help support pets and owners as the cost of living continues to rise. Pets at Home’s store at Leeds Crown Point in Hunslet is one of the first stores to feature the community collection
IC Blue, the Leeds-based global supplier of electronic components, is seeking another 20 linguists as the business continues to see significant international sales growth with revenues rising by over 139% in the last year alone. Founded in 2003, IC Blue supports the electronic manufacturing industry with component sourcing, excess inventory
What to say about Real Hope Café? Well, the facts are I had a rather tasty, spicy chicken, salad sandwich and a good hot cuppa coffee. It was delicious, good value for money, and you should all go. But that’s only a fraction of what happened, and it really wouldn’t
Work has started to plant the first of over 600 trees in the local community as part the Armley Gyratory highways scheme. A total of 21 fruit trees were planted in Brickfield Park, next to the Lady Pit Lane allotments in Beeston by volunteers, councillors and organised by Leeds City
Have you ever thought about learning about your family history? Would you like to start but are unsure how to go about it Come along and join our friendly group on a Friday (term time only) 10.am-12pm or 12:45-2:45pm at 26 Belle Isle Circus. If possible, please bring your own