Tag: Cranmore and Raylands Community Centre

Food For All Pantry to launch in Belle Isle

Middleton based charity Health for All, which aims to help the poorest and most vulnerable communities in the city overcome the challenges of health inequality, poverty and isolation, has received a share of £9.5million of National Lottery funding to help recover from the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic. The £100,000

Jobs advertised at local community organisations

Three South Leeds community organisations: the Hamara Centre; Hillside and Cranmore and Raylands community centre are all advertising posts at the moment.   Hamara Centre, Tempest Road, LS11 6RD Maintenance/Caretaker 22 hours per week. £9 per hour an electronic application pack can be obtained by emailing admin@hamara.co.uk or calling (0113) 277

Police report: Cranmore and Raylands community meeting in Belle Isle

PCSO Kieran Murphy attended the latest Cranmore and Raylands community meeting on Wednesday 5 December. There were 14 residents in attendance along with Councillors Kim Groves and Paul Truswell, writes Rothwell NPT. Issues discussed included: Parking issues outside Sharp Lane Primary School at the start and the end of the

On the ball Middleton Park FC holds open day

Belle Isle-based community football club Middleton Park FC is encouraging footballers of all ages and abilities – including girls and women – to join the growing club. Based at the Cranmore and Raylands Community Centre in Cranmore Drive, Middleton Park FC will later this month hold three open days to encourage local