What’s On Roundup 17-23 December 2022

Here’s a roundup of some the main events taking place over the coming week in South Leeds. Please note that our online What’s On calendar here is currently out of action

We start this week in Cross Flatts Park with the walkers, joggers and runners at the free, weekly, 5km Cross Flatts parkrun who will be donning festive fancy dress on Saturday. There will also be some singing before the start at 9am.

Hunslet TARA’s Christmas Market starts at 11am outside Hunslet Community Hub & Library. Santa will be in his grotto from 12-3pm and the market runs through to 6pm.

Hunslet RLFC are hosting a Children’s Christmas Party in the Phoenix Bar at South Leeds Stadium on Saturday from 1pm.

On Sunday you can join donkeys wandering through Hunslet as the Hunslet Gathering tells the Nativity Story with carols, readings, crafts and refreshments, setting off from St Mary’s Spire on Church Street at 2pm.

Hunslet Rugby Foundation are running a free four-day camp starting on Monday at Beeston Broncos’ base behind Lane End Primary School (LS11 8BB). Register with mikey.nuttall@gmail.com.

The Hunslet Club have their regular Activity Camp running Monday to Friday at the club on Hillidge Road. Full details and booking at www.hunsletclub.org.uk

Asha Neighbourhood Project in Stratford Street, Beeston are hosting another drop in vaccination session on Wednesday, 10am-2pm. This session is for women and children aged 5-12. You can talk to health staff about any concerns you have and get both Covid and Flu jabs.

Also on Wednesday members of Middleton Elderly Aid can enjoy performances of Scrooge at the film club, 12:30pm; followed by the pantomime Annie at 4pm. Book via (0113) 272 1050.

And finally, on Thursday it’s the monthly Hunslet Remembers local history and reminiscence session at Hunslet Community Hub & Library, 10am-12pm.


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