Tag: Hunslet RLFC

Hunslet ‘bewildered’ by Council’s recent statement

Hunslet RLFC have responded to the Council’s statement published here on 6 September. Club DIrector Neil Hampshire said: “It’s really disappointing that the Council are once again clouding this issue with their recent statement and frankly I’m absolutely bewildered by their statement that they saw no value for the community. It’s important that

Council responds to Hunslet RLFC’s investment plans

Following our report that Leeds City Council had declined Hunslet RLFC’s £12m investment proposals, which would have involved leasing South Leeds Stadium to the club, the Council has now issued the following statement: “John Charles Centre for Sport is a Leeds City Council owned sports facility, operated by the Council’s

Junior Festival a smash hit for the Hunslet Foundation

Hunslet Foundation’s Summer Junior Festival on Sunday (31 July 2022), which involved teams at Under 10s, Under 9s, Under 8s and Under 7s from around the north of England, and which was hosted by Hunslet Warriors, simply couldn’t have gone better. That’s the considered view of the Foundation’s General Manager

Hunslet RLFC’s plans to bring social investment to South Leeds

Hunslet RLFC are working with social investment firm Advantage 42 on ambitious plans which would see £10-12 million invested at the John Charles Centre for Sport (JCCS) to refurbish facilities and support community sport in South Leeds. The club is in talks with Leeds City Council, which if successful, would