Tag: Dean Stratton

Beeston celebrates Hanif’s OBE

The Hamara Centre on Tempest Road, Beeston was the venue for a celebration event as Hamara’s ‘family’ – partners, staff and the wider community – gathered to celebrate Hanif Malik’s recent award of the OBE yesterday (20 July 2016). In a series of speeches the qualities that led to the

Hamara honoured at White Rose Community Awards

The outstanding achievement of Hamara Healthy Living Centre was recognised at the fourth annual White Rose Shopping Centre Community Awards on Friday (23 October 2015). The new award for an organisation that goes the extra mile to help others, went to Beeston-based Hamara for its work in supporting the Syrian

Community heroes are rewarded by White Rose

More than 25 community heroes were recognised and rewarded at an awards ceremony at White Rose Shopping Centre. The third annual White Rose Community Awards saw presentations to people involved in a wide range of activities that benefit others – from charitable, environmental, historical and educational projects to initiatives that

Fundraising flurry rounds off White Rose charity partnership

The White Rose Shopping Centre in Leeds has rounded off its charity partnership with St. Gemma’s Hospice in style with a Mother’s Day pop-up shop, bringing the amount raised for the charity to more than £108,800. Since April 2012, staff at the Centre have supported a range of fundraising activities

White Rose Centre supports apprentices Nathan and Chris

  White Rose Shopping Centre is providing an important stepping stone for two apprentices as they prepare for the next stage of their careers. Nathan Waters, who is 21 and 20-year-old Chris Taylor, are approaching the end of their four-year electrical apprenticeships with engineering, IT and facilities services business NG

White Rose Community Awards are presented to local heroes

  People who go the extra mile to support their community, or who have shown great courage, were recognised in an awards ceremony at White Rose Shopping Centre. A total of 20 people were recipients of the White Rose Community Awards presented by centre director James Bailey and centre manager

White Rose sparks art competition for Middleton Bonfire

  An art competition to spark the imagination of pupils at schools across South Leeds has been launched by the White Rose Shopping Centre in partnership with Leeds City Council. Pupils from across the 32 primary schools in South Leeds have been invited to produce posters to promote the bonfire