A team from Abu Huraira Mosque in Beeston has taken it upon themselves to clean the area around the adjacent Holy Spirit Church on Tempest Road. The church has been made ‘redundant’ and the Church of England are in the process of selling the building. In the meantime the small
Residents in Beeston are discussing plans to bring the redundant Holy Spirit church on Tempest Road back into use as a community facility. The Church of the Holy Spirit was built in 1905, and became a much-loved icon at the heart of the community – by both the church members,
There’s been a lot of gardening going on in Beeston in the last week – taking inspiration from Chelsea maybe? For the second year running Beeston was chosen to take part in Business in the Community’s National ‘Give and Gain Day’. So on Friday (15 May 2015) a team of
Local residents, including pupils from Park View Primary Academy, gathered for a simple Remembrance Day event last week (11 November 2014) in the new community garden outside the Church of the Holy Spirit, on Tempest Road in the heart of Beeston Hill. Local vicar Lindsey Pearson led the ceremony –
Residents of Beeston Hill will, alongside children from local primary schools, be marking Remembrance Day this Tuesday (11 November 2014) – in the new community garden taking shape outside the unused Holy Spirit church building on Tempest Road. The short event will be led by local vicar Rev Lindsey Pearson
Work has started in earnest on a new community garden in the heart of built-up Beeston Hill, outside the unused Holy Spirit church building on Tempest Road. About twenty people – local residents, members of charities and faith groups, and Council staff – spent the day clearing the overgrown space
This month sees work starting on a new community garden in the heart of built-up Beeston Hill. Volunteers from across the neighbourhood will be starting to clear and tidy up the green space outside the (now unused) Church of the Holy Spirit, on Tempest Road, on Tuesday 28 October 2014.
Ed Carlisle has been in touch with news of an exciting project for Holy Spirit Church on Tempest Road, Beeston. There are (very tentative) conversations happening about buying the old Holy Spirit church on Tempest Road, and making it available as a low-tech, affordable, inter-community events venue for the wider