Many thanks to Gohar Almass Khan for sending his photos of family fun in the snow. There is no more snow forecast for a while, so these might be the last snow photos for a while.
Following another big fall of snow on Friday night, families were out in force this morning. Cross Flatts Park rang to the screams of joy from the toboggan slope as children made the most of the snow before the predicted thaw. We’ve taken the opportunity to update our slide show
Sarah Tarrant from Middleton St Mary’s CofE Primary School has sent us these photographs of a snow-bound miniature village in the school garden. We agree with Sarah that they make a lovely and unusual scene! Check out more South Leeds snow photographs here.
A “home made” snow plough attachment to the Hunslet Club mini tractor is ensuring that keen young football & rugby players aren’t disappointed to see their training sessions cancelled whilst virtually every other outdoor sports venue in the city remains closed due to frozen snow. Says Jason Slack at the club
Fed up of being out of the loop with what’s been happening in the snow? Steve Thornton from the council has sent us the following information about a new Twitter account you can follow to keep you up to date with emergency information in Leeds for floods etc … As
Following yesterday’s closures due to snow most schools in South Leeds schools seem to be open again today, Tuesday. Full details can be found here. At 8:18 we had information about these two schools: New Bewerley Community School – Changed hours: Opening at 10:00am, closing at usual time (no Breakfast
Here’s a slideshow of some of the photographs of snowy South Leeds taken by South Leeds Life readers Eve Tidswell and Steve Williamson. The images were taken today while the snow was at its height and focus on the Holbeck Cemetery and Cross Flatts Park areas. We’d welcome more of
08.35am: Snow has caused chaos across the region today, with up to 15 centimetres of snow falling overnight in South Leeds. Traffic and travel: As you’d expect, buses and trains have been affected by the bad weather. Most services are still running but timings are out. Check out Metro for
The Council have issued the following statement: Due to the current frozen ground conditions and severe weather expected, all Leeds City Council-managed sports pitches will be unavailable for use this weekend.
It doesn’t seem a week ago we were swanning around in tee-shirts and shorts! But today slushy wet snow has hit south Leeds and is delaying traffic and bus services. 08.19am: Some of the minor roads are quite slippy – and there are reports traffic along Hunslet Road and Dewsbury