Tag: Beeston and Holbeck ward

Success for Civil Enforcement Officer in Beeston, Holbeck and Hunslet

Residents and Councillors have thanked a local Civil Enforcement officer for improvements in the area; after almost 600 fines were issued for dog fouling, littering and parking offences. Local Councillors Gohar Almass, Andrew Scopes, Angela Gabriel (Beeston & Holbeck) Mohammed Iqbal, Elizabeth Nash and Paul Wray (Hunslet & Riverside) were

Children’s artwork inspires new lamppost banners for Holbeck

Local children at Ingram Road Primary School have helped design the artwork for new lamppost banners set to be unveiled in Holbeck later this month; after local Councillors and residents came up with the idea last year. The design which features the slogan ‘Where Families and Community Bloom’, suggested by

Labour hold on in South Leeds

The Labour Party held on to the three South Leeds seats in yesterday’s (2 May 2019) Council election and held on to control of Leeds City Council, losing just four of their 61 seats across the city. Results came in the early hours of Friday morning following an overnight count

Candidates announced for May’s Council elections

The candidates for the 2019 Leeds City Council elections have been announced. We’ve published full lists of the candidates on separate pages for Beeston & Holbeck ward, Hunslet & Riverside ward and Middleton Park ward. After last year’s ‘all out’ election, we are back into the cycle of electing one

Agenda published for Community Committee

The agenda for Inner South Community Committee, which will be held next Wednesday (28 November 2018) at 2pm has been published. The Committee is made up of the nine Councillors for our three wards: Beeston & Holbeck, Hunslet & Riverside and Middleton Park. The meeting starts with an Open Forum,

Day trip to Blackpool with Asha

Asha Neighbourhood Project has organised a day trip to Blackpool on Thursday 30 August 2018. Tickets are available for any women and children living in the Beeston & Holbeck and Hunslet & Riverside wards and cost just £2 each. A limited number of free places are available to refugees and