Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook. Theatre lovers might be interested in this blog post by Alan Lane from Slung Low in Holbeck. In it he reflects on their recent piece Blood & Chocolate and what community theatre
The National Health Service is being privatised before our eyes. The latest idea is that we should pay to visit our GP. The free-at-the-point-of-delivery principle of the NHS has been compromised for decades – prescriptions charges, opticians and dental charges, but encouraging patients not to see their GP sounds
“To either cut down on beer, or the kids new gear, It’s a big decision in a town called Malice” So sang The Jam thirty years ago, last time I was signing on. A couple of weeks ago I overheard a guy in the queue at Beeston Co-op after a
The Hunslet Club will be hosting it’s annual fancy dress Halloween Party next Friday 26th October. All welcome! Talking of the club, did you see insightful article about it’s work on the Guardian website yesterday? Take a look here. Makes for an interesting read.
Caught this article by Martin Wainwright, who’s written a fabulous piece on the Guardian’s Northerner blog about naturist Nigel Keer being fined over £300 for walking around Otley Chevin starkers. Keer hails from the Cottingley Hall estate. Check out Martin’s lighthearted article here.