Tag: Sharp Lane Primary School

Children’s charity bake sale raises £600

Six girls from Middleton are setting a great example in their community after organising a charity bake sale on Saturday (28 April 2018). Friends Rosie, Lily, Hallie, Evie, Evie and Cerys style themselves as the Willowdale Girlz Club and for their first activity they decided to run the charity event.

Flowerbed design winners honoured at Civic Hall

Victory Anyiam of Sharp Lane Primary School in Middleton was amongst the winners as young people representing schools across Leeds visited the Civic Hall this month to be congratulated on their fantastic flowerbed designs which have been brought to life in the city. Following the ever popular Leeds in Bloom design

Care home continues to ‘hengage’ with local school

A South Leeds primary school has a flourishing relationships with Nesfield Lodge Care Home, as children join the home for a weekly HenPower session, working on hen-inspired activities with the home, its residents and their hens. The 44-bed home has a long-standing relationship with Sharp Lane Primary School, who have

Controversy over Middleton pub site plans

Middleton residents met with Councillors last week to discuss their concerns about the redevelopment of the Omnibus public house on Throstle Road North. A planning application to convert the building into a house in multiple occupation (HMO) has been submitted by the new owners, PCC Construction (Yorkshire) Ltd. The plans

Harry the Hawk’s Happy Hour a great success

  On Friday (31 January 2014) South Leeds Development Officer Lois held ‘Harry the Hawk’s Happy Hour’ at the Hunslet Club. The session was aimed to recruit new players for the Hunslet Parkside Academy tots and U7’s. Lois has been working within five local primary schools in South Leeds: Windmill

Middleton schoolchildren are growing their own food

  Schoolchildren in Middleton are learning about growing their own food in an exciting new project supported by local Councillors.   Middleton Park Councillors Kim Groves, Judith Blake and Paul Truswell have worked with pupils at Sharp Lane Primary School and Middleton Primary School to plant vegetable gardens. The children

Sharp Lane pupils win Civic Hall edible flowerbed competition

  The concept of food grown for the community became a reality in Leeds this week with the winners of a new competition seeing the fruits (and vegetables) of their labours.   The winners of the first design an edible flowerbed competition as part of the new ‘Feed Leeds’ project

Police report: Cranmore and Raylands community meeting in Belle Isle

PCSO Kieran Murphy attended the latest Cranmore and Raylands community meeting on Wednesday 5 December. There were 14 residents in attendance along with Councillors Kim Groves and Paul Truswell, writes Rothwell NPT. Issues discussed included: Parking issues outside Sharp Lane Primary School at the start and the end of the