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South Leeds organisations feature on Awards shortlist

The names of the people, places and organisations shortlisted for the 2016 Child Friendly Leeds awards have been announced and three South Leeds organisations are in the running for an award. The winners will be officially announced at a prestigious awards ceremony, being organised by a team of young people,

Three shortlisted for Child Friendly Leeds Awards

Three South Leeds organisations have been shortlisted for Child Friendly Awards which will be announced at a ceremony later this month on Thursday 29 January 2015. The Works Skatepark in Hunslet and Belle Isle Family Centre have both been shortlisted in the Best Place in Leeds for Children and Young

Nominations needed to recognise all that is child friendly about Leeds

  People are being asked to nominate the organisations and individuals who they think epitomise child friendliness in Leeds, for the city’s second Child Friendly Leeds Awards. Children and young people will be at the forefront of the awards, which are being organised by Leeds City Council in partnership with

Leeds Grantmaking Charity Showcases How It Can Change Lives In Leeds

Representatives of the Metcalfe Smith Trust were on hand at the Leeds Autism Services 25th anniversary celebrations in South Leeds after an award of £500 enabled them to purchase & unveil a greenhouse for service users this weekend. The charity has been supporting the needs of adults with Autism across

Middleton Elderly Aid receives Royal ‘thank you’

Local organisation Middleton Elderly Aid has been awarded a prestigious regional community award. The organisation, which was set up in 1989 to promote independence amongst the over 60s of Middleton, is the latest recipient of The Duke of York Community Initiative Award. The Duke of York founded the initiative in

Success for Beeston and Holbeck in Bloom groups!

South Leeds is looking ‘Blooming’ good! Both Beeston in Bloom and Holbeck in Bloom groups have scored success in the annual Yorkshire in Bloom competition, with Beeston netting a silver gilt and Holbeck a silver award. The annual competition aims to foster community pride and encourage people to get planting and