Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook.
As the weather finally improves there is news of outdoor activities across South Leeds. We’ll start with South Leeds Live At Home who have posted some photos of their Walking Group on their Facebook page.
Meanwhile Middleton Elderley Aid are promoting a chair based gentle exercise class on Tuesdays at 11:15 at Middleton Park Court.
Friends of Middleton Park ask for a drum roll as they announce the start of their summer activities programme. There’s something on every weekend in the park from now until the end of September. Full details are on their website or check our own Upcoming Events Calendar.
Holbeck Gala have put their stall booking form on their website. The gala is on Saturday 6th July
Q: what do you call people who stand in the rain for two hours selling plants? A: Beeston in Bloom according to their blog: Beeston Blooms.
Cottingley Hall TRAC had news of their Autism Awareness fundraising night. By all accounts the pub was heaving and they raised over £650, fantastic!
Leeds Gipsy And Traveller Exchange (GATE) have posted an interesting little film about the history of the organisation on their Facebook page.
Hunslet Hawks also have a couple of films on their Facebook page. There are match highlights from Sunday’s 26-12 win over York City Knights, plus a stirring rendition of the club anthem sung by Kenny Sykes in the Phoenix Bar.
Aire Valley Homes have news of environmental estate walkabouts in Middleton, the Bodmins, Beeston, Upper Beeston and Hunslet all happening next week. These are great opportunity to raise issues of concern on your patch.
Finally, Holbeck Neighbourhood Policing Team post another rogues gallery of people they’d like to speak to – do you recognise any of them? They also have advice on how to make your home more secure.