What’s On Roundup 1-7 October 2022

Here’s a roundup of some the main events taking place over the coming week in South Leeds. For full listings go over to our What’s On calendar here.

We start this week down in Holbeck at the Jamyang Buddhist Centre on Ingram Road who are co-hosting Holbeck Happy Day with Your Space, 10am-12:30pm. This is a free play session with unlimited hot drinks / juice, crafts, arts, board games, toys, bingo & tonnes of space for your children to run around. And for you to relax. Book: 07867 268934.

It being the first Saturday of the month, the Holbeck & Beeston Cemeteries Volunteers will be working in Holbeck Cemetery from 10am-12pm.

There will be coffee mornings at both Beeston Parish Centre on Town Street and Hunslet Methodist Church on Telford Terrace, off Balm Road, 10am-12pm.

If you were hoping to attend The Yorkshire Pudding Festival this weekend at Leeds Dock (as listed in our newspaper), please be aware that it’s been postponed to 2023.

On Sunday morning Leeds Dads host a pram-friendly dads & kids walk in Middleton Park. Meet by the visitor centre at 10:45am, walk 11am-12pm and finish with a free ice cream!

On Sunday afternoon Leeds United are at home to Aston Villa, kick off 4:30pm. Expect the usual heavy traffic in Beeston before and after the game.

St Luke’s CARES launches it’s campaign to beat the cost of living crisis at a meeting on Monday at 5pm at their charity shop on Dewsbury Road.

Middleton Community Group hold their monthly meeting on Monday at 6:30pm at Middleton Elderly Aid’a Social Centre on Acre Road.

Having problems with you laptop, tablet or phone? There’s a Digital 121 Drop In Support session on Tuesday, 11am-12pm at St George’s Community Hub & Library.

If you are expecting a Hunslet Tenants & Residents Association (TARA) meeting on Wednesday, please note that these have now moved to the second Wednesday of every other month. Their next meeting will be on Wednesday 12 October.

On Thursday you can meet PCSOs from the Neighbourhood Policing Team at Beeston Community Hub & Library on Town Street, 10am-12pm.

It’s the Library Social at Hunslet Community Hub & Library, off Church Street on Thursday, 12:30-2pm.

Hunslet Carr Residents Association meet at Woodhouse Hill Community Centre on Thursday at 6:30pm and Beeston Community Forum meet at Beeston Village Community Centre, off Town street at 7:30pm.

And finally, St Luke’s Tenants and Residents Association are holding a Community Pizza Evening on Friday, 5-7:30pm at St Luke’s Church on Malvern Road, Beeston Hill. Young people from the Space project will be helping to make and cook the pizzas in their own pizza oven. The pizzas are free, but must be pre-booked (text or phone 07791  301672 and we must declare an interest as St Luke’s TARA are very kindly asking for donations to go to South Leeds Life.

 

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