Tag: Ed Carlisle

Beeston unites for community clear-up

Beeston Hill residents are coordinating a ‘Big Spring Clean‘ clear-up event in their community on Saturday 3 March 2018 – and everyone’s invited! Following the success of similar events in 2016 and 2017, volunteers are invited to come to St Luke’s Church on Malvern Road for 2pm, where they will be briefed

Green Party leader praises south Leeds ​disability ​charity

Green Party co-leader Jonathan Bartley was in Leeds today (Friday 26 January 2018)​, where he ​visi​​t​ed​ South Leeds charity SLATE (South Leeds Alternative Trading Enterprise)​, and heaped praise upon this pioneering local organisation. SLATE work with a wide range of people, particularly those with learning disabilities, to refurbish and resell

Have the people of South Leeds started to revolt against the Labour council?

It was announced recently that the ‘Save our Beeston & Holbeck group’ were to field three Independent candidates in the Beeson & Holbeck ward; due to their discontent around the Leeds ‘managed’ zone and Leeds City Council’s refusal to ditch the project, adding to that the community dis-harmony over the

Edible community garden springs up in Beeston

Residents of Beeston last Saturday (11 March 2017) worked together with members of the Leeds National Citizen Service (NCS) team to create an edible community garden in the raised beds outside the Dewsbury Road One Stop Centre. The previously overgrown beds were cleared of weeds and grass – and filled