Tag: Cllr Elizabeth Nash

Hunslet’s spire is set to stay

Rumours that the tower and spire of St Mary’s church in Hunslet might be demolished have been firmly scotched by the Church of England and Leeds City Councillors at a meeting last week (24 October 2019). The spire, visible from many parts of South Leeds, dates from 1864 and is

Cross Flatts Park gets a makeover

Cross Flatts Park in Beeston will see improvements to paths and play equipment in 2018 and is already benefiting from extra security provided by new CCTV cameras. The middle playground, just above the multi use games areas, is to be extended and have new equipment installed. Currently the park’s two playgrounds

Middleton Railway hosts guests and model exhibition

On Wednesday (14 June 2017) the Middleton Railway held a “Chairman’s and President’s Day” to showcase our railway and its achievements over the years. Our Guest of Honour was Lord Richard Faulkner of Worcester, President of the Heritage Railway Association, the Heritage Railway movement’s “trade body”. Local Councillors Kim Groves

Housing regeneration scheme completes its work

The Beeston Hill and Holbeck housing regeneration scheme has completed its capital works and held a celebration event at Bismarck Way on Wednesday {22 March 2017). Speeches were kept to a minimum given the inclement weather, but Simon Costigan from Housing Leeds spoke about the commitment of local councillors to

Councillors call for more health funding

Councillors at the Inner South Community Committee last night (15 February 2017) discussed plans to improve health services across the city, but said they had no faith in the outcome without substantial increase in funding from the government for both NHS and adult social care. They heard from Dr Ian