Friday 3 November 2023 saw the finale of the local ‘Upcycling Competition’, which invited residents from across South Leeds to transform unwanted household items into something new. Organised by St Luke’s CARES and Our Future Beeston, as part of the larger ‘Save Money Save the Planet’ campaign, the competition saw
Two organisations working in South Leeds have been named among the top 100 social enterprises in the UK, in this year’s NatWest SE100 Index. Revive Leeds and Community Wood Recycling are on the list which recognises their social impact, sustainability and ability to innovate as well as their commitment to
You may be decluttering, you may have bought new furniture and need to get rid of old items, or perhaps you doing some DIY and have more waste than can go in your bin. Whatever the reason there are plenty of ways to dispose of unwanted items safely and legally.
As part of our series of articles exploring climate change, we’ve compiled the following list of ‘climate tips’ – easy ways for regular local people to be planet-friendly, by reducing their carbon footprint. And in most cases, save money at the same time! These steps on their own won’t crack
Local charity SLATE – in the midst of their 10th anniversary celebrations – were today (Friday 9th October) visited by a pair of enterprising cyclists, touring the North to promote the work of ‘social enterprises’ in the region. Jeremy Robinson and Jason Norris (from London-based charity Clarity and The Soap