Lychee Red, the community group for older Chinese people celebrated the Dragon Boat Festival at Beeston Village Community Centre last month. The Lychee Red group, run by Health For All, marked the festival with dinner and Chinese Lantern decorations. The ancient festival originated in China, and celebrates the life &
UPDATED: This programme is now fully booked. This summer, community-led theatre company Brave Words CIC will provide free activities for children at Beeston Village Community Centre through the school holidays. Each Friday, working in partnership with Health For All who run the centre, children aged 5-15 years will be able
A memory garden is being created at the front of Beeston Village Community Centre for people to commemorate, celebrate and remember anyone they’ve lost. The garden will give people the opportunity to remember somebody special and plant a rose, a herb, a shrub, or a flower, in their memory. A
On Wednesday 4 November 2020, Brave Words are launching two brand new youth theatre groups at Beeston Village Community Centre. With drama sessions for young people of all ages (5-17), they will be a great opportunity for children to learn acting skills, make plays, make friends and have fun –
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.