Tag: Facebook

Help for community groups with social media woes

Are you fearful at the thought of using Facebook or left trembling by Twitter? Leeds Social Media Surgeries are being revived after a five-year break, with the aim of helping Leeds-based charities, community organisations, clubs, social enterprises and societies to master the mysteries of social media and help raise their profile.

Leek Street Flats – A Social History Shared On Facebook

Say the words “Leek Street Flats” to South Leeds residents of a certain age and memories come flooding back of tower block apartments that dominated the Hunslet skyline between the late 60’s and early 80’s, now long gone. Video by Chris Richardson Construction of the 350 flats started in 1968

Register your Treasured Goods On Immobilise Web Site

Immobilise is a free property register enabling users to create a secure record of personal possessions such as laptops, mobile phones, cameras and various other items. Protecting personal property is extremely important and registering it on Immobilise can assist in reuniting you with your possessions if stolen or in deterring

National ATOS protests 19-2-14: My interview with Tom Smith, the man who made it happen

  7:40am, outside Leeds Medical Assessment Centre. Transcript: TS: I decided just before Christmas that I wanted to set up a demonstration against ATOS in Leeds so I put the idea out there on Facebook. A colleague of mine, Paul Kelly says, “Look, we’ve got something like 30,000 people saying

Lost & Found – Thanks To South Leeds Residents On Social Media

When Billie Hallard took part in a dance event at the Hunslet Club almost a decade ago she mislaid a precious album containing irreplaceable photographs of herself taking part in competitions across the county. Gone forever so her family sadly thought.  However little did she know that it would turn

South Leeds Roundup: Litter bins, blogs and Easter eggs

Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites and blogs. We covered the furore about Tony Harrison’s poem “V” which was written about Holbeck Cemetery and broadcast on Radio 4 recently. Over in the Yorkshire Evening Post Oliver Cross has written a rather good piece