Tag: h2010

South Leeds Roundup: Meadows, Menus and Media

  Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook. We start this week in a wildflower meadow in … Holbeck. It might surprise some people in the city, but parts of Holbeck have been imaginatively planted with wild flowers. Holbeck in

South Leeds Roundup: Eddie Waring and the Waterfront Festival

  Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook. Let’s start this week in Hawkshire with news that the Hunslet Hawks have partnered with Gibbs and Dandy Pudsey to fund the clubs important work in the community. They are also hosting

South Leeds Roundup: Bluebells, blossom and a broom cupboard

Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook. The bluebells are out in Middleton Woods, so let’s start there. The Friends of Middleton Park have photos and details of their Bluebell Walks this weekend when they tie up with Middleton Railway.

South Leeds Roundup: Sunsets, schools and supporters (but not supermarkets)

  Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook. Stephan Rushworth, a keen photographer, took this stunning shot of the the H2010 development on the river in Hunslet at sunset last Saturday . Speaking of photographs, Phil Kirby took a walk

South Leeds Roundup: Frogs, families and favelas

  Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook. Spring is definitely springing this week and Leeds Parks have published this great photo of frogspawn in the lake at Middleton Park. Speaking of photos, The Culture Vulture has some proper photographs

Hunslet riverside residents call for dialogue over flood scheme

  Residents of the h2010 development near Knostrop Cut on the River Aire are raising objections to part of the Flood Alleviation Scheme, which is currently going through the planning system. Residents are concerned about the small basin known as Knostrop Quay River Arm, which is directly outside their homes.