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Playbox to boost playfulness in Beeston Hill next week

Trentham Park in the heart of Beeston Hill will play host to a week-long play project next week (Tuesday 22 – Friday 25 August), free and open to all.

Playbox01 is a converted shipping container that tours around Leeds bringing arts, craft, games, music, sport, dance and more to communities and venues. For more info on this acclaimed scheme, click here.

The Playbox in action in Seacroft (image courtesy of Playful Leeds)

Project coordinator Emma Bearman commented:

“We’re really excited to be in Beeston Hill next week. Our vision is always to work with different people to put play at the heart of their neighbourhood, to enable people to get creative, and have a laugh together. Spread the word, and see you all then!”

Drop in at Trentham Park (off Trentham Street LS11 6HW) anytime between 1pm-4pm each day of Tuesday 22 – Friday 25 August. The scheme has been funded by Leeds City Council’s Inner South Community Committee – and it’s proposed to have the scheme return during the October half-term.

 

 

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Ed's originally from Sheffield, had the misfortune to grow up down south, but has lived in Leeds since the 90s and Beeston since 2002. He’s involved in various local projects, including: Beeston Festival, the Holbeck viaduct scheme, community hiking and camping events, youth work, local green/growing projects, and South Leeds Life. He dabbles in local politics, and co-runs Leeds-wide charity Together for Peace. He's married with a young family.

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