Here’s your weekly round-up of what’s making South Leeds tick on the area’s best websites, blogs and on Facebook.
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There’s a happy ending to the sorry tale of an abandoned foal in Holbeck.
Staff at Leeds Federated Housing Association rolled up their sleeves to help with some winter planting at Lady Pit Lane allotments in Beeston, reports the YEP.
The Hunslet Club’s YouTube Channel has attracted over 50,000 viewings. Check out one of their videos below:
Police are appealing for witnesses following a spate of cars being damaged in the Cottingley area.
Do you know where you’ve left your car keys today, asks Rothwell NPT, which covers Middleton and Belle Isle.
Over on Facebook….
Friends of Middleton Park say the cafe is now open in the Visitor Centre. It opens from 10 till 2 weekdays serving hot and cold drinks and snacks. There’s also news of a winter walk in the park this weekend. Our community reporters went to visit the cafe yesterday and do some interviews with estate manager Graeme Ashton and the Friend’s Gayle Graham, watch this space for their reports!
Video footage of the Middleton lights switch on can be found on Aire Valley Homes’ page.
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