Last Friday (10 May 2019) Beeston residents joined forces with staff from First Direct bank in Stourton, rolled up their sleeves, and got stuck into some community gardening together. The ten-strong group tidied up the community garden outside the unused Holy Spirit church on Tempest Road, and planted new fruit
My name is Stewart Walton, and I have lived on the Rochefords for several years and enjoy the local community I live in. However, the one regret I have is the lack of green planting within our estate and the litter. So, I’m starting the Friends of Hunslet Gardening Group.
Residents of Greenhouse joined up with neighbours last Saturday (24 November 2018) to spend an afternoon planting 250 hedge-plants around the building. Greenhouse is the block of eco-flats and offices at the north end of Beeston Road that was previously Shaftesbury House. With most of the countryside around Leeds being
Here’s another entry for the St Luke’s CARES Community Awards has been submitted by Holbeck In Bloom, the volunteer community gardening group. For details of how YOUR community group can enter please click here. I have been treasurer for Holbeck in Bloom for over six years now and in that
Belle Isle in Bloom – This is a group of local volunteers who are involved with making the area look better and brighter with flowers and trees! Julie says “Thank you to local businesses for donating to help make this happen and to insta-planta for the sign! “We are always
It was a sunny but thankfully not too hot of a morning to do a bit of tidy up and new planting of some flowers in the BITMO Memorial Garden. About 10 people turned out to help Belle Isle in Bloom members including BITMO staff and Caretakers. There was a
Belle Isle TMO If you live in Belle Isle why not enter this year’s BITMO Garden Competition! It’s open to anyone in Belle Isle… Download the entry form from our website – www.belleisletmo.co.uk – or call into BITMOs GATE to pick one up…. Closing date for entries is Wednesday 26
Green-fingered South Leeds groups this week won a raft of honours at the annual Yorkshire in Bloom awards. Volunteers from the projects along with staff members from the Council’s Parks and Countryside team attended a glitzy event at York Race Course, to discover what the judges made of their year-round