There hasn’t been a lot to shout about this year, but trying to make the best of what’s happened, we thought we’d share with you some of Beeston In Bloom’s latest projects. First, the new sign in Beeston Cemetery. Through our work maintaining the Miners’ Memorial in Beeston Cemetery, it
Local residents are being told there is still time to submit their views on proposals to improve connectivity between Mirfield, Dewsbury and Leeds. As previously reported, the scheme includes new cycle paths linking White Rose Shopping Centre and Office Park to the Tommy Wass junction on Dewsbury Road and a
Residents are being consulted on proposed changes to Dewsbury Road which would see an outbound bus lane between Garnet Road and the Tommy Wass as well as a cycle route between Tommy Wass and the White Rose Shopping Centre. The plans are part of joint scheme between Leeds and Kirklees
Residents in Beeston have been puzzled by the continued presence of Police staff outside a former office building near the Tommy Wass pub on Dewsbury Road. At the beginning of October South Leeds Life reported that a search of the premises had been halted due to the presence of asbestos.
Our next entry for the St Luke’s CARES Community Awards has been submitted by Beeston In Bloom, the volunteer community gardening group. For details of how YOUR community group can enter please click here. You can’t help but notice there is little green space around Beeston and that’s what we
Beeston woke up on Friday 14 October to the tragic news that 17 year old Sophie Smith was dead and her six week old son, Harrison, was an orphan. Police were called to an address in Tempest Road, Beeston, shortly before 5am following a call from the amublance service who
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