Tag: Middleton Community Group

South Leeds Roundup: Football, fundraising and a free lunch

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 with a reminder that football is not all about the Premiere League. Middleton Park FC have posted a great little video of their under 4s training session

Middleton Music Festival set for July

Move over Glastonbury ­- Middleton is set to get its own music event! Middleton Music Festival will be held on Saturday, July 20, (noon-6pm) behind Middleton Community Centre and will feature up and coming local bands, food and  entertainment. The free event will be run by Middleton Community Group and aims to bring

Big plans for Middleton youths from community group

Middleton Community Group has put forward a plan to convert the disused Middleton Marauders clubhouse building into a youth centre with a skate park next to it. The group says local residents have expressed huge support for the plan, which aims to provide a safe and secure plance for young

South Leeds Links: Holbeck meadows, Middleton crossing and crime

Morning all! Here’s your weekly round-up of what’s making South Leeds tick on the area’s websites, blogs and on Facebook. Holbeck’s meadows are still blooming in October, according to Holbeck in Bloom blog. And the group’s got a meeting coming up soon. Middleton residents who were told a busy-three way

It’s time to clean up Middleton!

Local residents in Middleton are being urged to take a pride in their community and join in with a special clean up of the area. Aire Valley Homes, the Middleton Park councillors, Middleton Community Group, Leeds City Council and Rothwell Neighbourhood Policing Team have arranged a Community Clear Up in

Low crime figures discussed at Middleton Community Group

Sergeant Richard Hunter attended the latest Middleton Community Group meeting together with PCSO Jonny Smith. Also present were councillors Judith Blake and Kim Groves plus five residents. The very low crime figures over the past six weeks since the last meeting were discussed and were well received. The residents present