Tag: Cllr Kim Groves

Public engagement on new White Rose rail station gets underway

Public engagement on plans to create two new rail stations in Leeds has started this week. Details of the proposals for new stations at White Rose and Thorpe Park as part of the Connecting Leeds programme to improve travel and transport in Leeds are now open for public feedback. The proposals

Stourton Park & Ride proposals changed after residents raise objections

Some objectors to the proposed Park & Ride scheme at Stourton have welcomed revised plans for the scheme. But Mary Spencer from the Stop Stourton Park & Ride campaign told South Leeds Life: “The fight goes on.” As we have previously reported, the campaign against the scheme focussed on the

Children’s charity bake sale raises £600

Six girls from Middleton are setting a great example in their community after organising a charity bake sale on Saturday (28 April 2018). Friends Rosie, Lily, Hallie, Evie, Evie and Cerys style themselves as the Willowdale Girlz Club and for their first activity they decided to run the charity event.

Broom Pit anniversary to be celebrated

The Middleton Railway Trust (MRT) has received funding from Middleton Park ward Councillors to mark the 50th anniversary of the closure of Broom Pit, the last coal mine in South Leeds, in 1968. MRT will be producing a special booklet for all primary school children in the ward as well

Dog fouling not being picked up on sports pitches

From Cllr Kim Groves Following all feedback from Hunslet Parkside Academy, Middleton Park Football Club and residents across Belle Isle and Middleton, and Hunslet Club Football. I will be working again with our environment team on next steps for enforcement and education to try and eradicate Dog Fouling not being