What’s On Roundup: 26 October – 1 November 2019

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 at southleedslife.com/events

It’s the last regular weekend at Middleton Railway. They will also be open on Wednesday when it’s Kids 4 A Quid – children travel for just £1. The railway will reopen for Santa Specials on 30 November – book your tickets here: middleton.vticket.co.uk

Slung Low have a Spooktacular Family Concert on Saturday afternoon at 4pm. Then on Sunday the visiting play is Car Park King at 5pm. As always it’s pay what you decide at The Holbeck.

Sunday lunches will be served at St Matthew’s Community Centre by Holbeck Elderly Aid from 12pm and at Vale Circles on Tunstall Road in Beeston by the Ciaran Bingham Foundation Trust from 1pm.

Middleton Community Group meet on Monday 7pm at St Cross Church on the corner of Acre Road and Middleton Park Avenue.

There’s a Police drop in event at Hunslet Community Hub & Library on Tuesday 10am-12pm. Have a cuppa with your PCSOs, Hunslet Tenants & Residents Association will be there too.

Join the Volunteer Rangers for their monthly tidy up at Hunslet Cemetery on Wednesday 10am-12pm.

There are two Dementia Cafes on Wednesday afternoon, both are 1:30-3pm. The Cop Shop Dementia Café is run by South Leeds Live At Home at Elland Road Police Station in Beeston. At the same time Middleton Elderly Aid’s Arm In Arm Memory Café takes place at Middleton Community Centre on Acre Road.

Wednesday is also the day to get information about improvement works to the M621. The drop in takes place at West Grange Church in Belle Isle from 2-7pm.

How To Train Your Dragon 2 is the free family film at The Holbeck on Wednesday at 6pm.

Hunslet Remembered is a chance to talk about the history of the area and takes place on Thursday 10am-12pm at Hunslet Community Hub.

And finally, remember to check out our roundup of children’s activities for half term week here.