Two weeks ago two tables were fitted inside and outside the playground on Hunslet Moor Park. On Tuesday night (27 June 2023) a group of teenagers using the children’s playground vandalised the snakes and ladders table. Stripping off the vinyl from the table and seats. The seats were bought by
Friends of Hunslet Moor had a successful day last Saturday (3 June 2023) at their ‘Time for a Cuppa’ Dementia UK fundraising event. They raised £216 at their community hub selling cakes and sweet treats to the community. On Tuesday they raised a further £66 at St Peter’s Court residents
The Friends of Hunslet Moor (FoHM) community hub,the former bowling hut behind Crescent Towers on Hunslet Moor, was broken into early hours of Thursday (2 March 2023). The intruders emptied food cupboards and freezers. The food stolen was food used to feed Champion’s Soccer Saturday football and Healthy Holidays Camp.
After years of delays and significant challenges, work on the long awaited Hunslet Moor Multi Use Games Area (MUGA) has finally been given a start day. Work to build the MUGA will start on 17 April and take around 8 weeks to complete. Cllr Paul Wray (Labour, Hunslet and Riverside)
Rain certainly didn’t stop play at the Friends of Hunslet Moor’s Jubilee celebrations on Sunday afternoon (5 June 2022). An amazing 11-strong team of volunteers set up for the event, manifesting that the predicted rain would hold off. With the help of two gazebos and the use of inside what
As the Friends of Hunslet Moor, we love this large patch of green space in the middle of our community. It provides somewhere for children to play, people to walk their dogs, and for others, somewhere to simply enjoy green space. Sadly, a mixture of people not caring about litter,
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
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 at the Watsonian Pavilion in Cross Flatts Park, Beeston. Every Tuesday at 4:30pm DAZL hold a dance class for 6-12 year old girls and boys. Momentum is