What’s On Roundup 12-19 June 2021

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.

Saturday kicks off with another Beeston In Bloom plant sale at the Watsonian Pavilion in Cross Flatts Park. This is a great chance to pick up some bargain plants for your garden and there’s always plenty of advice available. Please take your own bags and plenty of change.

If you want to start, or improve your rollerskating, book onto Park Roll, also in Cross Flatts Park, at: ls-ten.org

Saturday also sees a local rugby league derby as Hunslet Club Parkside take on Hunslet Warriors in the NCL League D. Kick off is at 2:30pm.

Slung Low have two events in the car park at The Holbeck. There’s an introduction to opera with the Whistle Stop Magic Flute at 3pm, followed by Mystic Grifters: a mix of folk and electronica from 8-9pm. You know the drill, it’s pay what you decide, book at slunglow.org/shows

Belle Isle Working Men’s Club has live music this weekend: with Tabu on Saturday night and Northern Vibes on Sunday.

On Sunday, 12-4pm Manorfield Hall in Belle Isle is hosting an afternoon of games, food and fun as part of The Great Get Together, inspired by Jo Cox. It’s free and everyone’s invited.

If you’re not familiar with all the delights of Middleton Park, the Friends will be leading a guided walk around the park taking in the various viewpoints of the city. No need to book, meet at the Visitor Centre, by the lake at 2pm.

Peaceful Space is a series of four sessions to help you with managing anxiety, reducing stress, sleeping better. The sessions start on Monday, 6-7pm at St Mary’s church in Beeston. Book via Lindsey 07961 016052  revlcp@btinternet.com

Why not drop into the new café at Cranmore & Raylands Community Centre on Wednesday lunchtime. The food is free, but donations are appreciated if you can afford it.

The Bridge Café at the Watsonian Pavilion in Cross Flatts Park hosts an inclusive dance session at 11am on Thursday. All ages and abilities are welcome, including chair based movement.

 

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