Tag: Hunslet Baptist Church

Heritage Open days in South Leeds

Heritage Open Days, the historical festival now in its 22nd year, throws open the doors to historic buildings and particularly those that are normally closed to the public. Amongst the 106 events taking place between Thursday 8 and Sunday 11 September, we have listed the eight events happening in LS10

Heritage Open Days at Hunslet Baptist Church

  The oldest non-conformist chapel in Leeds still being used for worship is in Hunslet and it’s opening its doors to show off its recent refurbishment. Hunslet Baptist Church nestles between the Carphone Warehouse and McDonalds on Low Road – the busy A61. It will be open as part of

Time to recognise Hunslet and Holbeck’s historic contribution to Leeds

It’s time for Hunslet and Holbeck to be seen for the value they have given Leeds. That was one of the messages coming out of a special heritage meeting held at Leeds Town Hall. The Hunslet and Holbeck Heritage Project met to celebrate the 19th century indistrial heritage of the

Hunslet and Holbeck heritage explored at meeting

The next meeting of the Hunslet & Holbeck Heritage Project will take place today at Hunslet Baptist Church (1pm – 3pm). The project, which is being run by the University of Leeds, is looking to secure funding for a major project to explore the history and heritage of Hunslet. More details

Lenten services and lunches in Middleton, Belle Isle and Hunslet

Regular South Leeds Life contributor Deacon Al Henry sends us the following details of Lenten lunches and services in the Middleton, Belle Isle and Hunslet areas: LENT Stations of the Cross Meditation & other services 2012 Ash Wednesday 22nd February  St. Cross 10am & 7pm St. Phillip’s 9am St. Peter’s