Tag: Inner South Community Committee

Agenda published for Inner South Community Committee

The agenda for the next meeting of the Inner South Community Committee, made up of the nine Councillors for our three wards: Beeston & Holbeck, Hunslet & Riverside and Middleton Park, has been published. The meeting, which is open to the public, is taking place at Woodhouse Hill Community Centre,

Stingers to be deployed against quadbikes in South Leeds

‘Stingers’ – a device that Police can use to throw a mat of spikes across a road to puncture the tyres of vehicles that fail to stop – could be in use soon in South Leeds against anti-social quadbikes and motorbikes. The news came at a meeting of the Inner

Agenda published for Inner South Community Committee

The agenda for the next meeting of the Inner South Community Committee, made up of the nine Councillors for our three wards: Beeston & Holbeck, Hunslet & Riverside and Middleton Park, has been published. The meeting, which is open to the public, is taking place at Slung Low, The Warehouse

Summer fun for young people in Belle Isle and Hunslet Moor

Young people are invited to come along and enjoy free activities and inflatables in their local green spaces, hosted by the Youth Service, and supported by the Inner South Community Committee. Two summer events are taking place in South Leeds in the coming weeks, continuing a packed programme of summer

Burley Banksy helps Reach pupils repaint Holbeck Skatepark

The skatepark on Holbeck Moor has been brightened up in time for the school holidays thanks to a project initated by Cllr Andrew Scopes (Labour, Beeston & Holbeck) and delivered by pupils from Reach Primary Learning Centre, with a little help from Burley Banksy (Andy McVeigh). Ali Elvidge, the Head

Rubbish on the agenda for Community Committee

The agenda for the next meeting of the Inner South Community Committee, made up of the nine Councillors for our three wards: Beeston & Holbeck, Hunslet & Riverside and Middleton Park, has been published. The meeting, which is open to the public, is taking place, at the Hamara Healthy Living

Improved accessibility at St Luke’s CARES shop

The St Luke’s CARES charity shop on Dewsbury Road in Beeston now has an accessable toilet thanks to funding provided by Councillors on the Inner South Community Committee. Shop manager Sally Thums said: “We’re very grateful to Hunslet & Riverside’s Cllr Mohammed Iqbal, Cllr Ed Carlisle and Cllr Paul Wray

Cottingley residents demand the Council improves refuse collections

Cottingley residents vented their frustrations about the long running poor refuse collection service on the estate at a recent meeting of the Inner South Community Committee. Using the Open Forum section of the meeting, Christine Smart asked the Councillors: “This week the binmen told our residents that they were not