Tag: Leeds United Foundation

Generations join for fundraising walkathon

Inspired by Yorkshire-born, Captain Sir Tom Moore, an Intergenerational Walkathon took place today (12 August 2020) on Holbeck Moor to raise money for non-for-profit organisation, Holbeck Together. The Leeds United Foundation has joined forces with the National Citizen Service to give teenagers (aged 15-17) the chance to develop life skills

Premier League Kicks stays in Beeston

Young people aged between 8 and 18 in Beeston and Holbeck will be able to continue to take advantage of a project delivered by the Leeds United Foundation and funded by local Councillors Andrew Scopes, Angela Gabriel and Gohar Almass. The Premier League Kicks project targets young people who traditionally

Leeds United host lunch for Holbeck Elderly Aid

Leeds United Football Club has hosted a very special lunch to celebrate its new community partnership with not-for-profit organisation, Holbeck Elderly Aid (HEA). The club welcomed HEA service users to Elland Road for the lunch where they were joined by HEA’s Patron, Hilary Benn MP. Holbeck Elderly Aid (HEA), an

South Leeds Roundup: Drones, doors and docks

Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook and Twitter. We start this week on the Save Our Beeston Facebook group. David Dodson has posted some arial shots of the area taken with his drone, including this shot of Beeston Cemetery

Young people invited to discover apprenticeship opportunities at Town Hall event

  “Real employers with real careers want to meet Leeds young people” that’s the message about Tuesday’s Apprenticeship event at Leeds Town Hall. Apprenticeships working with celebrity agents, The Leeds United Foundation and the NHS will be among those on offer at the apprenticeships and skills evening aimed at young

Join Leeds United coaches at South Leeds Youth Hub

[scribd id=110173599 key=key-1cn05e4box8524zal0lx mode=scroll] Hamara Connexionster 3 Leeds United is running fun football sessions for boys and girls aged eight to 12 of all abilities at the South Leeds Youth Hub in Belle Isle on Saturday mornings. The sessions give youngsters the chance to learn new skills and play lots

Leeds United player to surprise youngsters at Old Cockburn Sports Hall

Young people who have been taking part in a football skills project with Leeds City Council’s youth service will be visited by a special guest in Beeston this evening. A Leeds United first team player will drop in to the Old Cockburn Sports Hall to meet youngsters who have been