You can call it rapping, or poetry, slamming or ranting – it’s all performing the spoken word. In the run up to Beeston Festival Phil Pearce and Kevin Philips are running free weekly workshops, starting on Tuesday 8 May, 6-7pm at City Evangelical Church on Cemetery Road. During the ten
Want to get fit in 2018 and have fun at the same time? Get along to Beeston Festival’s Bollywood dancing classes! The sessions run every Tuesday at 6pm starting on 9 January 2018 at the Hamara Healthy Living Centre on Tempest Road in Beeston. All ages and abilities are welcome.
As South Leeds Life reported yesterday, Cross Flatts Park in Beeston has won a Platinum award from Yorkshire In Bloom and this week it will host two meetings for people who would like to get more involved in events in the park. On Thursday (14 September 2017) the Friends of
Beeston Festival has announced its first batch of sponsors for the 2017 event, which takes place in Cross Flatts Park on Saturday 15 July. The main sponsor will be the White Rose Office Park, a 27-acre business park which is firmly established as one of Leeds’ foremost office locations, and
Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook and Twitter. We start this week on the quarry steps down from Noster Terrace where Phil Pearce has been performing his poem ‘Beeston Life.’ You can watch his YouTube video remembering days gone
Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook and Twitter. And if it looks a bit thin this week it’s because we struggled to find much news that we hadn’t already covered, or are working up into full articles – so
Organisers of the annual Beeston Festival are calling on local people to come and get involved as they plan events for 2017. The committee have already announced that the festival in Cross Flatts Park will move from its usual June date to Saturday 15 July in order to avoid Ramadan.
Beeston Festival returns to Cross Flatts Park on Saturday 4 June 2016 from 12-5pm and, taking the Rio Olympics as its inspiration, the organisers have given it a Carnival flavour. Ahead of the official opening a parade will snake around the park. There aren’t many samba bands in Beeston, so