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£50k Improvements Near Completion At Hunslet Cemetery

Councillors Mohammed Iqbal (Labour, City & Hunslet) and Kim Groves (Labour, Middleton Park) £50k improvements near completion at Hunslet Cemetery Councillors Mohammed Iqbal and Kim Groves are delighted to announce that the scheme to improve Hunslet Cemetery will soon be completed. Work has been undertaken by the Council’s Parks and

Middleton young people discuss local issues with Councillors

 [Front – Emily Cordingley and Natasha Dalby. Back – Cllr Groves, Peter Patrick, Joshua  Patrica, Nadia Bowyer, Giselle Morgan, Sharon Kerr.] Young people from Middleton on a volunteering scheme have been working with their Councillors to help improve their communities.  Councillor Kim Groves (Labour, Middleton Park) took part in a

Crime issues discussed at Belle Isle community meeting

Sergeant Paul Denison attended the latest Newhalls and Aberfields community meeting at Manor Field Hall in Belle Isle, writes Rothwell NPT. Crime statistics for the area were discussed and although reported crime in the Newhalls and Aberfields has been low there has been a noticeable increase in burglaries in the Belle

Belle Isle: Joy as security fencing work starts at Hunslet Cemetery

Work has today started on introducing security fencing around vandal-hit Hunslet Cemetery following a hard fought three-year campaign by local residents. Hunslet Cemetery is one of the oldest municipal cemeteries in the country but has been blighted by vandalism, thefts from graves, anti-social behaviour and dog fouling. And this afternoon

Slideshow: Manor Farm community hosts successful fun day

The communities of Manor Farm and surrounding Belle Isle and Middleton join in a Community Fun Day at the Manor Field Hall, writes Deacon Al Henry. It was an afternoon of food, craft, dance, advice and information.        Many local agencies such as Health for All, Change4Life, Aire Valley Homes, weight management,

Storify link: South Leeds politicians on Twitter this week

Here’s a round-up of some of the tweets from South Leeds politicians using social media site Twitter this week. We’re featuring Hilary Benn MP, Cllr Kim Groves and Cllr Adam Ogilvie. Check out the link below: [View the story “South Leeds politicians on Twitter” on Storify]

Campaigners battle for faster internet speed in Middleton

A group of Middleton residents have got their ‘bytes’ between their teeth and are cranking up their campaign for faster broadband speed in the area. Residents in New Forest Village and Heritage Village area of Middleton say their lives have been blighted by slow internet speeds, making it difficult to work from home or conduct

New Middleton school ‘tidy’ poster on display

The winning entry from a school ‘design a sign’ competition to encourage residents to keep their local area tidy went on display this week. As reported on South Leeds Life in July, children from Westwood Primary School in Middleton designed the winning sign which will be rolled out around the Westwood’s

February date for Hunslet Cemetery fencing

Work on installing security fencing at vandal-hit Hunslet Cemetery should be completed by the end of next February, council officials have confirmed. As revealed in South Leeds Life’s news roundup last week, The Friends of Hunslet Cemetery group were boosted by an email from Cllr Kim Groves, which was posted on the