Thanks to a National Lottery grant, Health for All will be launching a new project to support Chinese and other isolated elders in Leeds to cope through the Covid-19 pandemic. The new build Beeston Village Community centre will be the Hub from which staff and volunteers with appropriate language skills
The first sod of grass was turned for the building of the new Beeston Village Community Centre on Friday 3 May 2019. Cllr Angela Gabriel (Beeston & Holbeck) did the honours, helped by Pat McGeever, CEO of Health For All and Steven Gould from the National Lottery Community Fund. Representatives
Members at the Kidz’n’Co Saturday club are celebrating after winning a Big Lottery Fund Awards For All grant of almost £10,000. The group, which meets at Beeston Village Community Centre every Saturday, supports families who have children with special educational needs. There are games and activities and a shared hot
Girlguiding Leeds will be running holiday groups on Tuesday 18 and Wednesday 19 August 2015 so even more girls in the area can benefit from the brilliant opportunities offered by guiding. The groups will then run for at least two days every school holiday thanks to funding from Youth United.
The Community team at the new Asda Leeds Beeston store recently donned their overalls, whipped out their decorating tools and helped to give Beeston Village Community Centre the 60 minute makeover treatment. The Asda team were on hand for two days to help donate their time and skills to help
Beeston residents are being invited to give their views on ambitious plans for the future of a popular local community centre. Health for All (Leeds) has been invited to submit a stage two funding application for a Big Lottery bid to revitalise Beeston Village Community Centre, off St Anthony’s Drive.
Beeston Village Community Centre has lots to offer the entire community. The centre, run by Health For All’s Healthy Communities Team and based on St Anthony’s Drive, caters for everything from the Chinese and Polish communities through to people with learning disabilities and breakfast groups. Here’s the weekly what’s on
Beeston Neighbourhood Forum, following its approval by Leeds City Council, will meet for the first time on Tuesday 17 February 2015 at 7.30pm in Beeston Community Village Centre on St Anthony’s Drive. The role of the Forum is to oversee the development of the Beeston Neighbourhood Plan. The agenda will
Aspiring Communities have organised a second annual Fun Day to be held on Sunday 31 August in Beeston. The event comes at the end of a month of informal sports activities in Cross Flatts Park. Up to thirty children have been attending the Monday and Wednesday sessions at 6pm.
Following leafleting of the area, consultation meetings about the Beeston Plan have been arranged. The details are: Tuesday 24 June, 7-9pm at Cockburn High School Thursday 26 June, 3-5pm at Beeston Village Community Centre Tuesday 1 July, 6:30-8:30pm at Beeston Village Community Centre These meetings are for all who