Everyone is invited to a Great Get Together event on Thursday (15 June 2023) taking place in Cross Flatts Park, Beeston. The event, which has been organised by Leeds City Council’s Care Delivery Service, is part of a national campaign inspired by the late Jo Cox MP and her message
Community Values are hosting a Quiz, Bingo, Social week next week (23-26 January 2023) at The Crooked Clock pub in Hunslet. The event is part of the Great Winter Get Together, a national fortnight run by The Jo Cox Foundation to celebrate the places where people can go to connect
Recently someone tried to set fire to two local places of worship – the mosque in Hardy Street and the Sikh Gurdwara in Lady Pit Lane. In both cases the doors suffered damage but thankfully the fires did not spread. I spoke to the Mosque and the Gurdwara to offer
Marking the second anniversary of the murder of Jo Cox MP, communities will be coming together across South Leeds to share food and fun and show that Jo was right when she said “We have far more in common than that which divides us.” One of the biggest events will
Arrived to the BITMO’s GATE fun Seaside day on Saturday 17 June 2017, to an already packed centre filled with families. I estimate about 70 people enjoying themselves, with the children in particular playing seaside games such as hook a duck, and even a sand pit, which seemed very popular.
Dewsbury Road One Stop Centre was the venue for a Great Get Together party in memory of Jo Cox on Saturday (17 June 2017). Hundreds of local residents came along to enjoy music and dancing as well as food and activities. Health For All ran out of fruit for their
This weekend (16-18 June 2017) will see the biggest neighbourhood celebrations since the Jubilee street parties as people come together to share food and celebrate everything we have in common. The initiative has been organised in memory of Jo Cox, the MP for Batley and Spen who was murdered during
Carla of Bitmo Gate says “Please could you help us promote a community event we’re holding on Saturday 17 June 2017, which has been inspired by Jo Cox (https://www.greatgettogether.org/) “As a neighbourhood celebration to recognise Jo’s belief that we have more in common than what divides us, staff from the