Tag: Cllr Angela Gabriel

The fallen were remembered at Holbeck Cemetery

A service was held in Holbeck Cemetery today (10 November 2019) bringing together a broad spectrum of people from the local community and all victims of conflict. Local Councillors and Scout groups, veterans and general public stood side by side as they remembered the fallen. A two minute’s silence was

Ground broken for new community centre building

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

Come and see local democracy in action

The Inner South Community Committee will be holding its next meeting on Wednesday (6 March 2019) at Leeds Civic Hall, starting at 5:30pm. The committee is made up of the nine Councillors who represent our three wards: Beeston & Holbeck, Hunslet & Riverside and Middleton Park. The meetings are not

Cottingley children show the way on social responsibility

Before Christmas Year 6 children at Cottingley Primary Academy wrote to their MP and Councillors to express their concerns about the Cottingley Hall estate. The pupils raised a range of issues in their well crafted letters: “Residents are embarrassed of where they live because their environment is getting ruined and

Councillors bring change to the Managed Approach

Local councillors Andrew Scopes, Angela Gabriel and Gohar Almass are pleased to see the difference new policing arrangements are having on the Managed Approach to street sex work in Holbeck since they pushed the Council for their introduction at the end of last year. Residents and businesses had expressed their

Football’s coming to Beeston

Tomorrow’s football superstars can get in even more practice now after two sets of goalposts have been installed in Beeston after funding from local Councillors Andrew Scopes, Gohar Almass and Angela Gabriel. Budding strikers can now take aim on the fields just off Parkwood Close and those near Normanton Place.

Council commits to review of ‘Managed Approach’

With Holbeck residents and sex work support agencies outside the Civic Hall and then joining the public gallery, Councillors debated how to tackle the issue of the ‘Managed Approach’ to street sex work in Holbeck during a meeting of the full Council at Leeds Civic Hall yesterday (14 November 2018).