Tag: St Luke’s CARES Charity Shop

Mrs. Beeston’s Cookbook

It is often said that the best food in Beeston is the food which is cooked at home – a hidden wealth and treasure conjured daily behind closed doors, but hinted at by the amazing smells which fill the traditional terraced streets. Mrs. Beeston’s Cook Book project sets out to

St. Luke’s CARES calls for new retail course recruits

St. Luke’s CARES charity shop are looking to recruit more participants to join their new free accredited course in January 2017. The new three (3) month YEP (Your Enterprise Project) is a certified Level One qualification in Skills for Further Learning and Employment Level One. Combined with in house training

St. Luke’s CARES Free Retail Courses

St. Luke’s CARES charity shop are due to start running their free neighbourhood retail skills courses from September 2016. This follows on from the previous TRY! Retail training course which ran for 5 weeks and only offered participants a ‘certificate of attendance’. After the success of the previous course, St. Luke’s applied and was awarded the Big

St Luke’s CARES’ Dewsbury Road Shop Extends

More sofas, white goods and training St Luke’s CARES has extended its successful Dewsbury Road Charity Shop, directly connecting the shop to their refurbished warehouse. With even more retail space than before, the Dewsbury Road shop is a great destination to pick up quality pre-loved furniture at unbeatable prices. White

Halifax funds minibus St Luke’s Cares and partners

The Halifax Community Fund have provided funding for St Luke’s Cares to purchase a 15-seater minibus to support their work, and the work of their partners, in the local community. In addition to providing much needed transport for the young people with whom St. Luke’s Cares work with each week,

South Leeds Roundup: Blossoms, brochures and Bridlington

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 in Beeston at Holbeck Cemetery (don’cha just love the geograohy of South Leeds?) where the Friends group, the Wednesday Wanderers and volunteers from O2 have all been