Beeston residents of different beliefs and backgrounds came together to promote unity by taking part in an afternoon of interfaith activities on Sunday (16 June 2019). The Walk of Friendship event, organised by Concord Interfaith Fellowship, saw participants congregate at Beeston Hill United Free Church before visiting the Guru Nanak
On Sunday (16 June 2019) there is an opportunity for people in Beeston to join together in friendship, visit different places of worship find out more about beliefs and practices and enjoy each others company. The walk starts with coffee at Beeston Hill United Free Church on Malvern Road from
Detectives investigating two linked arson attacks on places of worship in Leeds have released CCTV images of a suspect they want to identify. Officers investigating the fires which were started at the front doors of the Jamia Masjid Abu Huraira Mosque, in Hardy Street, Beeston, and the Guru Nanak Nishkam
Hundreds gathered by the Peace Tree in Cross Flatts Park in a show of unity this afternoon (10 June 2018) days after the arson attacks on a mosque and Sikh temple in Beeston. After speeches they moved off and marched peacefully to Hardy Street Mosque where flowers were laid, then
One young woman in Beeston has reacted to the dreadful arson attacks on two local places of worship by launching an online funding page to raise money for repairs. Seventeen year old Khaleeqa Bostan, who learned to read the Qur’an at Hardy Street Mosque was keen to do something practical.
Detectives investigating two linked arson attacks on places of worship in Beeston have arrested a man. The 42-year-old was arrested at an address in Leeds last night (5 June 2018) on suspicion of arson in relation to the fires started at the front doors of the Jamia Masjid Abu Huraira
Leaders from the Beeston community met with Police officers at Elland Road Police Station this afternoon (5 June 2018) to discuss the two arson attacks which occurred in the early hours of this morning at Hardy Street Mosque and Lady Pit Lane Gudwara (Sikh temple) in Beeston. Showing how seriously
Police are appealing for information following two arson attacks on places of worship in Leeds early today (5 June 2018). At 3.42am this morning police were contacted by the fire service who were attending the Jamia Masjid Abu Huraira Mosque, in Hardy Street, Beeston, where the main door had been