Morning all! Here’s your weekly round-up of what’s making South Leeds tick on the area’s websites, blogs and on Facebook.
Holbeck’s meadows are still blooming in October, according to Holbeck in Bloom blog. And the group’s got a meeting coming up soon.
Middleton residents who were told a busy-three way junction was not dangerous enough for a crossing have been given fresh hope a year on, reports the YEP.
And the paper also reports how the boss of a south Leeds kitchen supplier left devastated by fire has vowed to rebuild his business.
The Hunslet Club has all kinds of Hallowe’en events on this week. Check them out.
Two men have been charged and have appeared in court over the alleged stabbing of a taxi driver in Beeston at the weekend.
The success of Holbeck Neighbourhood Policing Team on South Leeds Community Radio has continued as the show reached its 30th episode.
Don’t forget to follow the latest on the Holbeck Neighbourhood Plan over on their blog.
Over on Facebook…
A timely reminder from, Cottingley TRAC that today it’s the winter wellbeing fair, 11am til 2.30pm featuring over 55’s drop in for soup, slippers and wii games at Cottingley Community Centre.
New bird boxes will be fitted at Sharp Lane Plantation this weekend. All welcome to attend.
Pie and pea supper held by the guides at St Cross Church, Middleton, 6.30pm till 8pm Wed 7th Nov £3.50 for adults £2 for kids. All welcome.
Friends of Middleton Park seem ‘quietly impressed’ by how the new Lakeside Centre is shaping up.