Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook. We start with a plug – watch out for Stank Hall Barn on the telly on Thursday (5 December), it will feature in Restoring England’s Heritage (7:30pm BBC1) presented by John Sergeant.
Leeds City Council is looking for ordinary people to do something extraordinary for a child in Leeds – become adoptive parents. People who are interested in finding out more about adopting a child in Leeds are being invited to attend a pop-up information stall at Trinity Leeds on Saturday
It’s the Leeds Half Marathon this Sunday and I have a confession to make. Back in September, in this column, I told you that the Olympics had inspired me to start running again and my target was to run in the 2013 Leeds Half Marathon. I’m sorry folks, it’s not
Childcare development worker Michele Lofthouse has sent us this information on a south Leeds pre-school: We are a very small family friendly preschool based in the Asha Neighbourhood Project on Statford Street in Beeston. Asha is a local women’s charity which supports local women in accessing mainstream services and developing