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 with the wonderful Leeds Dads who are hosting a free soft play session at Little Angels Playzone at the Sugar Mill, near the Tommy Wass in Beeston. It’s on Saturday morning, 10am-12pm, any dads and their preschool children are welcome. Then on Sunday afternoon it’s their monthly meet up at The Holbeck club, 2-4pm.
Both Our Future Beeston and the School Uniform Swap Shop will be at Watsonian Pavilion in Cross Flatts Park on Saturday lunchtime from 11am-1pm. Why not drop off some pre-loved uniform and pick up some energy saving advice over a cuppa?
St Mary’s CofE Primary Academy in Hunslet are holding their Easter Fayre on Saturday 12-4pm.
Slung Low present ‘Jane Hair – The Bontes Restyled’ on Saturday at 7:30pm. Buglight Theatre set the action in a hair salon “The action unfolds over one explosive evening as the writers of Wuthering Heights, Jane Eyre (and those other books you’ve not read either), find themselves on the cusp of huge success. But is the world ready for them as they really are – three warring siblings from Keighley?” Book at slunglow.org/shows
The Yorkshire Brain Cancer Trust are holding their sponsored dance-a-thon at The Holbeck club on Sunday, 10am-6pm. Eight 50 minute dance classes will take you through different dance styles, ending with an old school disco session.
Good luck to The Hunslet Club under 11s football team who take on Pannal Ash at Whitkirk FC on Sunday, kick off 10:30am, in the final of the Leeds & District Cup.
On Wednesday afternoon, 4:30-6pm, a new Women’s Wellbeing group starts at Dewsbury Road Community Hub & Library. The free weekly sessions are run by Your Space and promise refreshments, treats and a friendly chat plus something to take home. Book with Bella on 07867 268934.
And finally, Beeston & Holbeck Councillors will be holding their monthly drop in surgeries on Friday: from 4pm at Beeston Community Hub & Library on Town Street; from 5pm at The Holbeck club, Jenkinson Lawn; and from 6pm at Cottingley Community Centre.