The first phase of new Urban Bike Park in Middleton Park was officially opened on Friday (1 December 2017). Speaking at the opening Cllr Judith Blake (Leader of Leeds City Councillor and member for Middleton park ward) spoke enthusiastically about the growth in popularity of cycling in Leeds since the
Work on the first phase of the Leeds Urban Bike Park, on the site of the former Middleton Park Golf Course, is nearing completion and South Leeds Life can reveal that the centre will be opened on Friday 1 December 2017. We spoke to Jeremy Hayes from Cycle Pathways CIC,
Proposals for a new Urban Bike Park in a popular south Leeds green space have been welcomed by Middleton Park councillors. A report to be tabled to Leeds City Council’s executive board next Wednesday (22 March 2017), is seeking the go ahead for a new cycling hub at Middleton Park.
There’s always something interesting going on at the Hamara Centre in Beeston, but the highly popular Box-Teq class is slightly different. The sessions are run by Darren Rhodes from the Hunslet Club. He explains that although Hamara doesn’t have a boxing gym, the boys sit in a circle to form
For 70 years, The Hunslet Club has offered a diverse range of activity for young people in South Leeds and has produced some great success stories in its time. With the growing popularity of sport and activity with young people and adults alike, there is now greater demand than
A new-look leisure centre in south Leeds was officially unveiled on Monday following a £1m refurbishment funded by Leeds City Council, Sport England and the Football Foundation. The improvements to the facility include improved changing facilities, outdoor playing pitches and the provision of a brand new 3G artificial pitch
South Leeds residents interested in taking advantage of free daily sport and fitness sessions can now sign up to take part. The pre-registration phase for Leeds City Council’s new sport and health pilot ‘Leeds Let’s Get Active’ has now started for anyone keen to take part in free sessions
On Wednesday the Council’s Executive Board is considering recommendations, which will provide two hour a day free use at the John Charles Centre for Sport and Middleton Leisure Centre. The timeslots that have been allocated to the leisure centre free offer are mainly during the daytime and are all