What’s On Roundup 19-25 August 2023

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 in Hunslet where the Methodist Church are holding their Summer Fair on Saturday, 10am-12pm. There will be various stalls and a raffle, all welcome. Hunslet Methodist Church is on Telford Terrace, Balm Road, LS10 2HR.

There is also a Summer Fair at Sunnyview House care home on Beeston Road, 11:30am-3pm.

Re:establish are holding a Table Top Sale on Saturday, 1-4pm at Hillside in Beeston, please use the entrance from St Luke’s Green only.

The Grove Inn, on Back Row underneath Bridgewater Place, LS11 5PL, are holding another Weekender, with live music 2pm-late Saturday and Sunday. They’re raising money for the Swan Song Project which supports people living with a terminal illness.

On Sunday the Friends of Middleton Park are leading a guided walk around the South Leeds Golf Club land added to the park recently. Meet at 1:30pm at Middleton Park Visitor Centre, near the lake. Wear stout shoes and dress for the weather.

The group Remember Olewale has organised The Nice Up, a Festival of Joy and Wellness at The Tetley, Hunslet’s own art gallery, on Sunday, 2-8pm. Live bands, youth performances, DJs and workshops all feature as well as African and Caribbean food.

Promotion-chasing Hunslet RLFC face London Skolars at South Leeds Stadium on Sunday. Kick off is at 3pm, tickets cost £15, £10 concessions and kids under 16 go free.

On Monday the Friends of Trentham Park are holding another Activity Day, 2-4pm.

Holbeck Together’s Family Fun Day is on Wednesday, 10:30am-12pm. With face painting, arts and crafts, refreshments and much more! Booking is essential on (0113) 245 5553 or email admin@holbecktogether.org

And finally, don’t forget to consult our comprehensive round up of summer holiday activities here. You can find full details here.



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