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.
Family friendly firework displays will be held at The Holbeck club, Jenkinson Lawn on Saturday. The club opens at 6pm with fireworks from 7pm. The Council’s display at Middleton Park is on Tuesday evening. The bonfire will be lit at 7pm, the fireworks start at 7:30pm. Both events are free.
Volunteer Rangers will be out tidying up in Holbeck Cemetery on Saturday morning 10am-12pm.
The Tetley, Hunslet’s own art gallery, hosts one of its free drop in Family Art Workshops on Saturday (11am-3pm). This a chance for children aged 5-11 to make bird sculptures from recycled materials. For pre school children there’s a Tiny Tetley taster session on Tuesday from 10:30am.
Slung Low’s visiting show on Sunday at 5pm is Commonism, a play about a meeting of two people from different countries in search of some common ground. It’s a performed conversation – a dialogue that asks questions about nationality, internationality, theatre and politics.
Monday evening sees a very important meeting for supporters of Hunslet RLFC as they discuss the future of the club and whether to remain a Supporters-owned club. &:30pm in the Phoenix Bar at South Leeds Stadium.
Hunslet Tenants & Residents Association meets at the Church of the Nazarene on Lupton Street on Wednesday meeting at 6pm for a 6:30pm start. Inspector Lucy Leadbeater from the community policing team will taking questions.
Thursday night sees to more residents meetings: Hunslet Carr Residents Association meets at Woodhouse Hill Community Centre at 6:30pm and Beeston Community Forum meets at the Old White Hart pub at 7:30pm
And finally, Leeds United entertain Queen’s Park Rangers on Saturday afternoon, kick off 3pm. If you live near the ground you can expect traffic congestion before and after the match.