Tag: Stratford Street

“How long ’til someone dies?”

After another car crash involving young men, residents ask: “How long ’til someone dies?” Residents were left reeling as a crashed car lay across the entrance to Mohammed Hanif’s shop on Stratford Street. His daughter Sunjeeda Hanif arrived on the scene shortly after the smash at 6pm on Thursday 23 August 2018. She told

Asha celebrates 30 years of service

On Friday 15 May 2015, the Asha Neighbourhood Project celebrated a significant milestone. Asha was born thirty years ago and since then has supported thousands of women and children in Beeston to live fuller, happier lives. The charity runs a range of different services and activities including ESOL classes, intergenerational

Asha playscheme to relieve summer boredom

Are you looking to beat school holiday boredom this summer? Asha taking bookings for its summer school holiday playscheme from Tuesday 16th July 2013 at the Asha Neighbourhood Project, 43 Stratford Street, Beeston. The playscheme is  open to children living in South Leeds aged 5-12 years of age, is OFSTED registered & run by qualified

Asha project appeals for new trustees

We’ve received the following appeal for new trustees for the Asha Neighbourhood Project in Stratford Street, Beeston. Asha is a local community organisation established in 1985 to work with South Asian women and children in South Leeds, aiming to increase confidence levels and improve life chances through providing opportunities to access

Asha runs October school holiday playscheme

Childcare worker Michele Williamson has sent us the following information about the October half-term playscheme at Asha: Asha Autumn Playscheme 2012:  We are taking bookings for our October school holiday playscheme from Tuesday 23 October from 2.30pm at the Asha Neighbiourhood Project, 43 Stratford Street, Beeston.. It is open to

Asha Preschool open to children from all communities

Childcare development worker Michele Lofthouse has sent us this information on a south Leeds pre-school: We are a very small family friendly preschool based in the Asha Neighbourhood Project on Statford Street in Beeston. Asha is a local women’s charity which supports local women in accessing mainstream services and developing

Be safe Beeston Hill: Community safety awareness day at ASHA

Advice on personal safety, anti-social behavior and keeping your home safe and secure will be the subject of a special event held at ASHA Neighbourhood Project in Stratford Street, Beeston Hill. The event, attended by local police officers, is aimed at raising awareness off crime prevention and keeping yourself, your