Northern Powergrid funding is set to help a new apprentice ‘try’ a new career with Hunslet Rugby Foundation in Leeds and help spread vital messages about safety and electricity to local school children. The company, which is responsible for the network that delivers electricity to the doors of 3.9 million
Leeds City Council, working with West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service (WYFRS) and other partners across the city, carried out an operation on Dewsbury Road last week as part of a scheme tackling rogue landlords. The multi-agency operation was targeting fire safety, environmental health and standards of accommodation, as well
The internet, social media, smart phones…all this new technology can be daunting. Parents need to be aware of what children can see and do online and how they can create a safe environment for them. Step 2 Parental controls, limiting time spent online and teaching kids how to be safe
With a cold snap forecast later in the week, South Leeds Life publishes some useful advice for motorists. Breaking down is never a pleasant experience – especially if you have to wait for recovery in the cold. You’ll also want your vehicle to be in the best condition to
The Hunslet Club – Saturday 2 November The Hunslet Club hosts its annual Fireworks Display this Saturday (2 November 2013). Gates open 6pm with display starting approximately 7:30. Numbers are limited to 300 people for health and safety reasons so arrive early to avoid disappointment. Bar will remain open until late.
Councillor Kim Groves represents the people of Belle Isle and Middleton, where she lives with her family. As a Councillor, she works with the following external bodies within South Leeds: Hunslet Hawks RLFC ALMO (Aire Valley Homes) Touchstone Beeston, Cottingley and Middleton Schools Cluster Community Links Middleton Elderly Aid
Party revelers in Leeds are being advised to heed some simple warnings to make sure they get home safely this Christmas. Leeds City Council is reminding people enjoying the festive season to make sure they plan ahead and don’t make mistakes which could risk their safety. Councillor Wakefield, leader of
Advice on personal safety, anti-social behavior and keeping your home safe and secure will be the subject of a special event held at ASHA Neighbourhood Project in Stratford Street, Beeston Hill. The event, attended by local police officers, is aimed at raising awareness off crime prevention and keeping yourself, your