Tag: Cllr David Congreve

Labour’s new team for Beeston, Holbeck and Cottingley

Labour’s team of local councillors has been stable for a number of years. However, with both Adam Ogilvie and David Congreve stepping down at the end of this term, the Labour Party has selected new candidates.  At the elections in May you will be able to elect the three people

Holbeck celebrates its new council housing

Dodging blustery showers, residents, school children, Councillors, staff from builders Keepmoat and Housing Leeds came together on Friday (29 January 2016) to celebrate the completion of new council housing in Holbeck. Before the new community garden was opened, people gathered in The Holbeck club out of the rain. First we

Celebrating Holbeck’s past, present and future

A commemorative garden is to be opened next Friday (29 January 2016) to mark the completion of new council housing in Holbeck. The garden, next to The Holbeck club on Jenkinson Lawn, will include two brass plaques recovered from the demolished Holbeck Towers as well as information boards about Holbeck

Hugh Gaitskell children help celebrate Commonwealth Day

The Commonwealth flag was raised proudly above two civic buildings this week as Leeds once again played its part in a day of celebrations to mark Commonwealth Day. Held on Monday (9 March 2015) the Lord Mayor of Leeds Cllr David Congreve was joined at the official raising of the

Triumphant Hunslet Hawks given civic reception

The Hunslet Hawks have been recognised for their fantastic achievements in 2014 with a special civic reception hosted by the Lord Mayor of Leeds, Councillor David Congreve. In a memorable night at Leeds Civic Hall, players, management and staff from the south Leeds rugby league club along with special guests,

Beeston & Holbeck’s Councillor Congreve is new Lord Mayor

  Councillor David Congreve has been officially confirmed as the Lord Mayor of Leeds for 2014/2015. Unanimously supported by all parties at the council’s annual meeting, Cllr Congreve, who is the 121st Lord Mayor of the city, takes over the role from previous incumbent Thomas Murray. Originally born in Halifax,