Tag: Middleton Methodist Church

Plans Panel approve controversial flats and takeaway

Leeds City Council’s South & West Plans Panel gave planning permission to two controversial schemes in South Leeds at their meeting today (16 February 2017). As reported here last week, the panel were considering the conversion of Middleton Methodist Church into nine flats and the conversion of a former tattoo

Plans Panel to debate controversial applications

Proposals to convert Middleton Methodist church into flats and create another fast food shop in Beeston will be on the agenda when the Council’s South & West Plans meets next Thursday (16 February 2017). Both applications were rejected by officers when they were originally submitted last year. Since then each

Volunteers required for South Leeds Foodbank’s first supermarket food collection

  ASDA, Morley will be the location of the first supermarket collection of food for the South Leeds Foodbank on Saturday, August 3rd, 2013. Will you be there? Beeston Festival ’13 was indeed a hive of activity and I spent a few moments with some of the people that are

South Leeds Roundup: Big Bird, Sgt Pepper and the missing wedding couple

  Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook. Friends of Middleton Park have loads going on – every Sunday until the end of September – and it’s all over on their Facebook page and website. You’ve already missed a bird

Songs from around the world at Middleton Methodist Church Hall

Crafts, games, food and songs from around the world will give Middleton Methodist Church Hall in Hopewell View an international flavour on Saturday. The fun event is part of One World Week, an opportunity for people from diverse backgrounds to come together to learn about global justice, to spread that learning and

Deacon Al aims to put the ‘Christ’ back into Christmas

Deacon Al Henry of Middleton Methodist Church has sent us details of an idea he’s come up with  to put “CHRIST” back into Christmas. He’s aiming to to work together with local people in Middleton and Belle Isle to put on a special community festival involving schools, community groups, churches and