Local residents, including pupils from Park View Primary Academy, gathered for a simple Remembrance Day event last week (11 November 2014) in the new community garden outside the Church of the Holy Spirit, on Tempest Road in the heart of Beeston Hill. Local vicar Lindsey Pearson led the ceremony –
Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook. We start this week with more previews of the Leeds Waterfront Festival which takes place at various venues including Leeds Dock in Hunslet on Saturday and Sunday (28 & 29 June 2014).
Most schools in South Leeds are good or outstanding according to recently published tables of Ofsted findings for 2013. Ofsted use four categories to grade schools: Outstanding, Good, Requires Improvement and Unsatisfactory. Of the 24 schools in LS10 and LS11, 78%, just over three quarters, were judged Good or
Residents in Beeston are being urged to join in a community clean up on Thursday afternoon (20 February 2014). Under the slogan ‘Love Beeston Clean Beeston’, the plan is also to speak to local residents about keeping the streets clean and tidy and not dropping litter. There is a
There was a great turnout for the latest community clean up organised as part of the Love Beeston? Clean Beeston! campaign on Thursday. About twenty local people teamed up with thirty pupils, parents and teachers from Park View Primary Academy (formerly Cross Flatts Park Primary School) and staff from the