South Leeds Roundup: Bikes, bikes and quad bikes

Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook and Twitter. We start this week in Middleton Park where there’s lots going on at the Bike Hub, they were showing their plans for bike courses on the old golf course and hosted

Let’s Get Active in South Leeds

Let’s Get Active – the free access to council sports facilities scheme – has a new timetable out for 2015. If you’re still working out to fulfil that New Year’s resolution to be more active, help is at hand. The Leeds Let’s Get Active scheme is designed to help people

South Leeds Roundup: Bands, blogs, bikes, barns and more bands

  Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook. Call me biased, but I’m going to start this Roundup with coverage of Saturday’s Beeston Festival. The festival’s website has a photo slideshow and a collection of Tweets from the day which

Middleton Gala 2013 – were you there?

  The weather could not have been any better for this beautiful, fun-filled family day out. I am talking about the annual Middleton Gala which took place yesterday – Saturday 13th July 2013, at Middleton Primary School. As this was my first time attending this event, I gave myself enough

Cottingley Summer Fair will kick off a summer of community fun

A summer of community fetes, festivals, fairs and galas across South Leeds  kicks off this week in Cottingley. Cottingley Summer Fair takes place on Saturday 18th May at Cottingley Primary Academy. The event, which runs from 11:00am to 3:00pm, is being organised by local residents and workers from community organisations.

Barnstorming party in Belle Isle

There was a barnstorming Christmas Party at Belle Isle Working Men’s Club. Belle Isle Tenant Management Organisation (BITMO)  held their 9th annual community Christmas party which attracted 200 people. Among those attending were families and friends from the local community, BITMO board members and staff and the three ward councillors. Guests were