Thousands of festival goers flocked to Cross Flatts Park yesterday (14 July 2018) to enjoy the 24th Beeston Festival. Crowds enjoyed animals, food, poetry, music, games and much more on a gloriously sunny afternoon. We have a selection of photos and social media feedback from Twitter. Photos by Paul Bullivant
Are you fearful at the thought of using Facebook or left trembling by Twitter? Leeds Social Media Surgeries are being revived after a five-year break, with the aim of helping Leeds-based charities, community organisations, clubs, social enterprises and societies to master the mysteries of social media and help raise their profile.
Cockburn School has launched itself into the world of social media in its latest drive to share all of the exciting and successful news and events that happen in and around the school community. Readers can search for @cockburnschool to follow the school on Facebook and Twitter. Cockburn recently worked
Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook. We start this week with controversy. Beeston and Holbeck featured in a piece on Leeds List. When I tell you the article was called ‘Best and worst places to live in Leeds’ you
Immobilise is a free property register enabling users to create a secure record of personal possessions such as laptops, mobile phones, cameras and various other items. Protecting personal property is extremely important and registering it on Immobilise can assist in reuniting you with your possessions if stolen or in deterring
There are so many social media applications now it is difficult to decide which ones are the right one’s for you. As part of the Community Reporter’s course we spent some time researching alternative sites to Facebook and Twitter to see which would be suitable for South Leeds Life.
When Billie Hallard took part in a dance event at the Hunslet Club almost a decade ago she mislaid a precious album containing irreplaceable photographs of herself taking part in competitions across the county. Gone forever so her family sadly thought. However little did she know that it would turn
Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites and blogs. We don’t often quote Leeds Student, but they ventured to Holbeck to review Slung Low Theatre’s productions of Beulah and Some Small Love Story at their home, the HUB (Holbeck Underground Ballroom, under the viaduct).
Fed up of being out of the loop with what’s been happening in the snow? Steve Thornton from the council has sent us the following information about a new Twitter account you can follow to keep you up to date with emergency information in Leeds for floods etc … As