Tag: Holbeck Neighbourhood Plan

South Leeds Roundup: Strength games, swifts and scything skills

  Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook and Twitter. We start this week in Hunslet. Never mind ‘The World’s Stongest Man’, The Live Well Project were putting local children through their paces. Events included mini Strongman events including Kettlebell

Slideshow: Holbeck celebrates Gala dispite the rain

  Residents of Holbeck turned out in large numbers to enjoy Holbeck Gala on Saturday (19 July 2014) despite the frequent rain showers.   Months of planning by the organisers looked in jeopardy on Saturday morning as the rain came down on Holbeck. But volunteers rallied to help set up

Holbeck issues under discussion at Neighbourhood Forum

  A walking project, theatre and prostitution will amongst the subjects discussed by the Holbeck Neighbourhood Forum at its meeting on Saturday (28 June 2014). The Forum is the group developing the Holbeck Neighbourhood Plan, which will help shape future development in the area. A Board was elected at the

Ingram Road Primary School children name new homes on Brown Lane East

  Last Friday (6 June 2014) the children at Ingram Road Primary School in Holbeck came into the afternoon assembly as usual. Miss Millard the Head Teacher addressed the children and staff with certificate announcements and attendance winning figures. After which she reminded the children of other news that involved the school in some important

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: Neighbourhoods, Noodles, Knitting ‘n’ Nattering

Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook. We start this week with controversy. Beeston and Holbeck featured in a piece on Leeds List. When I tell you the article was called ‘Best and worst places to live in Leeds’ you

Holbeck Neighbourhood Forum to elect its first Board

  The Holbeck Neighbourhood Plan will pass another milestone at a meeting on Saturday (29 March 2014). The Holbeck Neighbourhood Forum will elect a Board of up to 12 local people at its first annual general meeting. The job of the Board is to manage the Forum and oversee the

Updated: Stephen Williamson

  It is with great sadness that we report the death of Stephen Williamson on Monday (3 March 2014). Steve was a contributor to South Leeds Life both under his own name and as ‘Old Bamber’ having attended our first community reporters course. He was also heavily involved behind the