Tag: Holbeck Together

Healthy holidays thanks to Holbeck Together recipe packs

In a bid to promote healthy eating habits, alleviate holiday hunger and help out parents to feed their families during the school holidays, South Leeds not-for-profit organisation Holbeck Together has run a bi-weekly initiative providing food packs and recipe ideas for families. Funded by Leeds Community Foundation’s Healthy Holidays Fund,

Generations join for fundraising walkathon

Inspired by Yorkshire-born, Captain Sir Tom Moore, an Intergenerational Walkathon took place today (12 August 2020) on Holbeck Moor to raise money for non-for-profit organisation, Holbeck Together. The Leeds United Foundation has joined forces with the National Citizen Service to give teenagers (aged 15-17) the chance to develop life skills

Getting together with the Fire Service in Holbeck

Holbeck Together are continuing to deliver an emergency response to Covid-19 in Holbeck with help from West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service and Leeds City Council. Leeds City Council are providing 50 food parcels every week for Holbeck Together to support those who are shielding or unable to get out

Support in South Leeds during the Cornavirus lockdown

Thank you Cllr Kim Groves for the latest information on the Cornavirus outbreak and to Samantha Ely of Middleton Elderly Aid for the update. Please share: Trinity Network deliver over 100 meals per week to the elderly and those in need. They are one the core services for elderly people

Holbeck Together responds to crisis with virtual kindness campaign

South-Leeds, not-for-profit organisation, Holbeck Together has launched a #VirtualKindness campaign to help care for the most vulnerable members of the community and to reach out to volunteers for support to manage the influx of new clients as a result of the current crisis. #VirtualKindness aims to raise awareness of community

Forum discusses new Holbeck developments

Grand designs for the future development of Temple Works and St Matthew’s Community Centre were discussed at the latest Holbeck Neighbourhood Forum meeting on Saturday (14 March 2020). Following the news that £25 million of government funding could be made available to bring a British Library North to Temple Works,

Holbeck Together set to take over community centre

The transfer of St Matthew’s Community Centre from Leeds City Council to Holbeck Together took a step forward last week (8 January 2020) when the Council’s Executive Board approved plans to grant an initial six year lease on the building. Holbeck Together (formerly Holbeck Elderly Aid) have been delivering services