Lots of fun to be had in the Libraries this Easter Holidays, all events are free and can be booked at: www.ticketsource.co.uk/leedslibraryevents Places are limited so book your ticket now! Micro:bit Battle Tuesday 3 April 11am-12pm at Dewsbury Road Community Hub Using BBC Micro:bits, code and create your own Rock
December has already seen a range of Christmas-themed events at libraries in South Leeds and the fun continues this week and next. Perhaps the highlight will be the performance of Jenny’s Christmas at Beeston library on Wednesday 20 December at 6pm. This one woman show by Curly Tales theatre company
Cllr Debra Coupar was on hand to cut the ribbon as the Dewsbury Road Community Hub was officially opened last Wednesday (22 November 2017). The Hub offers members of the public face-to-face access to a range of Council services as well as those of partner agencies such as Leeds City
Leeds Libraries are encouraging older people to start coding and younger people to get organised at two one-off sessions coming up in South Leeds. On Thursday (23 November 2017) Beeston Library is hosting a Bullet Journaling workshop for 11-16 year olds, from 3:45-4:45pm. At this fun workshop you will create
There’s a lot more than just borrowing books going at our local libraries. South Leeds Life talked to Rachel Benn, Communities Librarian for the south to find out more. In July Leeds Libraries launched the Summer Reading Challenge to encourage children (and parents) to keep reading over the school holidays.
The children at Lane End Primary LOVE to read – they have taken part in Extreme Reading Challenges, enjoy family ‘Book at Bedtime’ events, raised money for the Readathon charity, have shared stories in 10 different languages for World Book Day …. And now comes their latest and most exciting
Dewsbury Road One Stop Centre was the venue for a Great Get Together party in memory of Jo Cox on Saturday (17 June 2017). Hundreds of local residents came along to enjoy music and dancing as well as food and activities. Health For All ran out of fruit for their
Children living in Hunslet, Beeston and Holbeck have the chance to ride a bike for free following the launch of a new Yorkshire Bank Bike Library. The new library has opened at the Dewsbury Road One Stop Centre and will offer free bike loans for children and families. It follows the