A special loan for business startups is helping two Yorkshire social entrepreneurs share the joy of sport with people who would usually miss out because of disability. Sports development expert Richard Szostak, and champion wheelchair racer Louis Speight, have delivered hundreds of specialist coaching sessions across West Yorkshire, including regular
Active Leeds has organised a host of events in our local parks for the summer holidays: Xplorer is an educational fun family friendly navigation challenge. Explore the park, find the markers complete the challenfge have fun together. This is a free activity and there is no need to book, just
South Leeds women are fighting to save a free community sports programme that many of them say has changed their lives. The project has been running at Hamara for 5 years, featuring Zumba and dance, yoga, aerobics, basketball, swimming, walking and more throughout the week. Nearly a thousand local women
Families and kids in Hunslet are invited to a special summer fun-day this Thursday (24 August), hosted by the Hunslet Tenants and Residents Association (TARA). The free event will run 11am-3pm on Hunslet Recreation Ground, off Grove Road and Church Street, Hunslet LS10 2QT. It will feature face painting, games
Leeds Lets Get Active has put together a programme of summer sports that all the family can join in and it’s taking place in Middleton Park. The free events take place every Wednesday afternoon and Friday morning throughout August. Sports range from cricket and football to rounders and table tennis
Belle Isle TMO Belle Isle TMO will be hosting a ‘Summer Sports Fun Day’ on Wednesday 29 July at the GATE and outside the Housing Office… We’ll have oodles of fun activities and games for everyone to take part in; and our sports day comes with an ‘old school’ twist!
This week we will be running five My Life in South Leeds stories from young women who are part of the Shine Project. Hi, my name is Amie, I am 14 years old and live in Belle Isle. I have been at The Shine Project in Hunslet for about 3
Aspiring Communities have organised a second annual Fun Day to be held on Sunday 31 August in Beeston. The event comes at the end of a month of informal sports activities in Cross Flatts Park. Up to thirty children have been attending the Monday and Wednesday sessions at 6pm.
Young people in Beeston can look forward to a summer of sport in Cross Flatts Park thanks to a project led by Aspiring Communities. Free activities will run every Monday and Wednesday teatime throughout August and will include: Kwik Cricket Volleyball Rounders Football Hockey Touch Rugby Fitness Circuit Ultimate