Tag: south leeds youth hub

Youth sports project kicks off

Premier League Kicks, a sports programme that’s free of charge for children and young people in Beeston and Holbeck, kicked off last week, thanks to funding from Beeston and Holbeck Councillors, Angela Gabriel, Andrew Scopes and Gohar Almass. The Premier League Kicks programme, delivered by the Leeds United Foundation, aims

What is there for kids to do this half term?

Here’s a bit of a round up of activities for children in South Leeds during the October 2016 half term holiday: The Hunslet Club The Hunslet Club will be running their usual Activity Camp with lots to do for boys and girls in Key Stage 1 and above. The camp

South Leeds Roundup: Mechanical madness, a messy mile and a memory café

Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook and Twitter. We start this week with a treat for old diesel engine aficionados. Down at Middleton Railway next weekend (17 & 18 September) they are hosting their Mechanical Madness Diesel Gala with

New school for pupils with social, emotional and mental health needs

Senior councillors have approved a £45 million investment in specialist education provision for Leeds children who have social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) needs. At this week’s meeting of Leeds City Council’s executive board, members approved the significant investment to transform education and support services for children with (SEMH) needs,

Hamara honoured at White Rose Community Awards

The outstanding achievement of Hamara Healthy Living Centre was recognised at the fourth annual White Rose Shopping Centre Community Awards on Friday (23 October 2015). The new award for an organisation that goes the extra mile to help others, went to Beeston-based Hamara for its work in supporting the Syrian

Let’s Get Active in South Leeds

Let’s Get Active – the free access to council sports facilities scheme – has a new timetable out for 2015. If you’re still working out to fulfil that New Year’s resolution to be more active, help is at hand. The Leeds Let’s Get Active scheme is designed to help people