South Leeds links: Cottingley cyclist, Beeston Hill Voice and sport centre meeting

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Here’s the latest round-up of what’s making South Leeds tick this week…

There’s a report from the latest meeting of the Beeston Hill Residents’ Voice group over on the group’s blog. The next meeting will include a visit from an accredited landlord, who will talk about the proposed changes to houses of multiple occupancy (HMO) legislation and answer any questions. There’s also a post on the latest classes at Building Blocks.

The YEP reports on a story we covered yesterday about plans to bulldoze the Middleton Arms and replace it with an Aldi supermarket being deferred for a month.

A cyclist died after being thrown from his bike and hurtling head first into a concrete bollard near Cottingley, an inquest heard.

The Hunslet Club previews a fancy dress Halloween Party over on its site.

Campaigners fighting to get the South Leeds Sports Centre reopened will be meeting next Monday at Hillside, 7pm, to plan their November 5 protest. Check out the Splashback Facebook page.

A green machine has parked up outside a Belle Isle special school after a year-long fundraising campaign.