The Leeds Apprenticeship Hub is holding a series of seminars through October and November where you can find out what you need to know about opportunities directly from local employers. The seminars enable parents and young people to hear directly from local employers about apprenticeships within their organisation or sector
A new community mental health and wellbeing network has been set up for organisations working in South Leeds. The network brings together businesses, charities and services to share resources and skills for the benefit of South Leeds community. South Leeds Shares, which has been established by a range of partners
35 girls from The South Leeds Academy and Prince Henry’s Grammar School in Otley took part in a 5-a-side football competition at the John Charles Centre for Sport on Wednesday (3 May 2017). The day was organised by a group of students from Leeds Beckett University working with The Hunslet
Julia Hogan is a young woman on a mission – to get more women and girls in South Leeds playing football. She’s been working for the past year, with three other students from Leeds Beckett University, researching opportunities in the area for women and girls to take part in any
Two south Leeds mums who have been working independently of each other, are hatching plans to develop two new annual early years initiatives for Leeds. Emma Tabor brings The Baby Show to Leeds, taking place at the Corn Exchange on Saturday 10 September 2016. And Lucy Potter brings Baby Week
Spring has arrived at TCV Skelton Grange and there’s so much to celebrate! Staff and volunteers are celebrating the arrival of spring with a packed schedule of Easter events, workshops, volunteering opportunities, foodie events, partnership working, school visits, award nominations and competitions. There really is SO much to shout about!
Harbans Singh Sagoo who died earlier this year was a significant figure in the Leeds Faith community. He was born in Kenya and moved to Britain in 1968 when Asians living in Kenya were forced to leave by the government. Settling in Beeston he ran the Woodlea Garage with his
Nearly nine out of ten smokers in South Leeds want to quit, but factors such as stress are making it difficult for them to do so, a new NHS survey shows. NHS Leeds South and East Clinical Commissioning Group, which has the highest rates of smoking in the city, commissioned