In the first week of the new year we went for a lovely walk down Cemetery Road, east through lower Beeston and then Holbeck where they are building new flats. To Bridge Road and the Slunglow theatre company. Back up towards St Matthews where we had sandwiches in the cemetery.
On Saturday (24 January 2015) St Matthew’s Community Centre in Holbeck hosted the latest Holbeck Neighbourhood Forum. The meeting was disappointed to hear that the old Matthew Murray site has been taken off the ‘Site Allocations Plan’ (a local council document). Originally the site allocations had penned the old secondary
Mosaic Church and Holbeck Christian Fellowship hosted their Carol Service for the 4th year running at St. Matthew’s Community Centre in Holbeck. St. Matthews was the centre of Christmas the other evening (Sunday 14 December 2013) with metres of twinkling lights hanging over the stone memorial plaques and storage
Holbeck residents are being invited to a special event to offically mark the opening of a new supermarket in the area. Tuesday, January 22 will see an open day being held at the new supermarket/cafe/restaurant/takeaway called ‘Venus’, which sells Turkish and Middle Eastern food and drink. The supermarket is already open,
There are plans aplenty for new supermarkets in South Leeds. We’ve covered most of them in the past and thought it’d be useful if we provided an update on them. Beeston: The ongoing ‘store wars’ battle between Asda and Tesco on Old Lane shows no sign of ending. Councillors recently
Work continues apace to get the old Kwik Save supermarket site ship-shape and ready for a supermarket/cafe/restaurant/takeaway called ‘Venus’. Venus, at the bottom of Domestic Street, will sell Turkish and Middle Eastern food and drink and will apparently be ‘opening soon’. In the past week, teams of workmen have been seen re-roofing
Seems that the former Holbeck Kwik Save supermarket at the bottom of Domestic Street has finally found a new owner. According to the signs which have gone up this week, the former supermarket building – which has been empty since 2007 – will be transformed into a supermarket/cafe/restaurant/takeaway called ‘Venus’