It was announced recently that the ‘Save our Beeston & Holbeck group’ were to field three Independent candidates in the Beeson & Holbeck ward; due to their discontent around the Leeds ‘managed’ zone and Leeds City Council’s refusal to ditch the project, adding to that the community dis-harmony over the
The clock on St Mary’s Church in Beeston is fully repaired and refurbished thanks to local fundraisers. The clock had been out of action for some years when Lindsey Pearson, the Vicar of Beeston, started fundraising. Local Facebook group ‘Save Our Beeston and Holbeck’ took up the challenge and raised
Local residents have been reacting to the decision by a Planning Inspector to grant planning permission to Aspiring Communities controversial plans for the former Ice Pak factory on Barkly Road in Beeston. Speaking to the Yorkshire Evening Post, the leader of Save Our Beeston, Sean Sturman said: “We’re very disappointed.
Repairs to the clock at St Mary’s church in Beeston commenced today thanks to a sponsored walk organised by the church and the Save Our Beeston Facebook Group. Forty intrepid walkers set out from St Mary’s Beeston at 11:30am on Sunday (12 March 2017) to ‘beat the bounds’ of the
I met up with Sean Sturman and Susan Oldroyd, two of the administrators of the Save Our Beeston Facebook group, to find out about their latest charitable venture Helping People In Beeston. The scheme helps people by marrying people in need of help with volunteers and springs from the Save
Forty residents attended a meeting called by Save Our Beeston (SOB) to debate the proposed match day parking permit scheme on Monday evening (29 February 2016). The scheme, which is currently being consulted on, would see residents given permits to park on their street, but football supporters from out of