Tag: Watsonian Pavilion

Buy local at Hamara’s ‘Farmers’ Market’ on Saturday

Food, arts & crafts, clothes, fruit & veg and more will be on offer at a family-friendly ‘Farmers’ Market’ in Cross Flatts Park on Saturday (17 July 2021). The free event, which has been organised by Hamara with support from Slung Low, Involve and Leeds City Council, will take place

Pantries help stretch household budgets

Four Food Pantries are supporting people across South Leeds who are struggling put food on the table. Middleton-based charity Health For All set up the pantry scheme which is now operating at Cranmore & Raylands Community Centre in Belle Isle, Middleton Family Centre on Sissons Road, the Watsonian Pavilion in

Get playful with dens at home this week

South Leeds families are invited to participate in a new ‘Love to Play’ festival this month – with free giant den-building kits and more available locally, to help them do so. The festival – run by acclaimed Leeds-based ‘Playful Anywhere’, between 10-17 April – is aiming to inspire people across

New mural unveiled in Cross Flatts Park

A new mural inspired by the Slung Low LS11 Art Gallery, which saw local residents artworks displayed on lampposts around Beeston and Holbeck, has been unveiled on the Watsonian Pavilion in Cross Flatts Park, Beeston. The mural, commissioned by Beeston Festival, has been created by artist George Addy who took

Defibrillator rehoused in Cross Flatts Park

Cross Flatts Park is now home to an automated external defibrillator (AED) that is accessible to all after local Councillors funded an external cabinet to house it. For just over three years the AED, bought by the Cross Flatts parkrun, has lived inside the kitchen at the Watsonian Pavilion in

Irresponsible dog owner falls foul of the law

Irresponsible dog owners around Cottingley may find themselves in for a nasty shock after patrols are being stepped up at Cottingley Cemetery. Local Councillor Gohar Almass and his colleagues Andrew Scopes and Angela Gabriel have been contacted by residents who are sick and tired of people failing to clean up