I was nine years old, in 1976, when I first attended Hugh Gaitskell Middle School in Beeston. This was my first introduction to Scott Greenwood. Back then we didn’t speak much, but little did I know that seven years later this would all change. After Hugh Gaitskell Scott moved to
I’m secretary for Beeston in Bloom, writes Linda Stanley and I’d like to tell you about the work of our group. You may have seen our logo around Beeston: But there’s so much more to us than planters and hanging baskets. For example, did you know that: We rely on
It’s time to reflect on a busy week. After a quiet summer, I’ve been out every evening this week. On Wednesday I was at the Area Committee, which included a sobering discussion about welfare reform and high interest lending. Behind the modern jargon there’s a more straightforward word: poverty.
Ed Carlisle has been in touch with news of a trip for people from South Leeds to North Wales to … CLIMB MOUNT SNOWDON! Saturday 22nd June 2013 A fun and challenging day out. Share it with friends or family. Meet new people. Enjoy beautiful countryside. And burn some