Tag: Ingram Road Primary School

Eight new pilot ‘School Streets’ started today across Leeds

Starting today (Monday 7 September 2020), eight new School Streets pilots began at primary schools across Leeds, including Hugh Gaitskell Primary School, Beeston and Middleton St Mary’s CE Primary School, Middleton. School Streets make roads outside schools into pedestrian and cyclist zones at the times displayed on the signs and

Children’s artwork inspires new lamppost banners for Holbeck

Local children at Ingram Road Primary School have helped design the artwork for new lamppost banners set to be unveiled in Holbeck later this month; after local Councillors and residents came up with the idea last year. The design which features the slogan ‘Where Families and Community Bloom’, suggested by

Street closures to be piloted at three South Leeds schools

Three primary schools in South Leeds: Clapgate in Belle Isle, Ingram Road in Holbeck and Lane End in Beeston; are to trial part time road closures around the start and end of the school day. The plans have been brought forward to assist with ‘social distancing’ as schools prepare to

Schoolchildren’s artwork dazzles for Bonfire Night

White Rose Shopping Centre has announced the winners of its annual bonfire night poster design competition in association with Leeds City Council, which received more than 1,000 entries from ten schools across South Leeds. White Rose sponsors both the Middleton Park and Springhead Park, Rothwell bonfire events, where the winning

Leeds United training ground – will it benefit Holbeck?

Local people have been reacting to the news that Leeds City Council will discuss selling the site of the former Matthew Murray High School in Holbeck to Leeds United, at a meeting on Wednesday (18 September 2019). The plan is to move Leeds United training facilities currently at Thorpe Arch,

Green fingered youngsters celebrated in this year’s Leeds in Bloom awards

Green fingered youngsters from across the city were invited to a celebration at Leeds Civic Hall this month as part of the annual Leeds in Bloom Awards. Six winners of the ‘Design a Flowerbed’ categories and two winners of the ‘Design an Edible Flowerbed’ categories received recognition and prizes for