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 at Hunslet Cemetery on Middleton Road on Saturday morning at 10am where a group of volunteers will meet with Ranger Heather to tidy up the site and carry out gardening tasks. Wear old clothes and strong shoes/boots (not trainers), refreshments and tools, and instructions supplied.
At 4:30pm on Saturday there’s a family-friendly film night at St Luke’s Church, Malvern Road, LS11 8PD.
Being You Leeds are now holding weekly family-friendly Games Nights every Saturday 5-7pm at St Matthew’s Community Centre in Holbeck, LS11 9NR
If you’re a fan of fantasy, sci-fi, myths and legends get along to Beeston Library, Town Street, LS11 8PN on Monday where you’ll find the Leeds Libraries touring Fantasy exhibition.
As it’s the first week of February there are two residents meetings taking place on Monday, starting with Middleton Community Group which meets at 6-7pm, at the Middleton Elderly Aid Social Centre, Acre Road, LS10 4LF.
Also on Monday, the Greenmounts & Surrounding Area Tenants & Residents Association meets at 6:30pm at Rowland Road Working Men’s Club, LS11 6ED.
Lego Club meets at St George’s Community Hub & Library in Middleton on Tuesday 3:45-4:45pm.
Adventures in Reading is a free book club for children aged 7-11. It will be taking place on Wednesday, 3:45-4:45pm at Hunslet Community Hub & Library. This is an event to discover great books, share new stories and explore important topics. From book reviews to group discussions to book themed activities, there is something new to try each month. Each free session is bookable at www.ticketsource.co.uk/leedslibraryevents. Accompanying adults do not need a ticket.
There’s a Wellbeing Breakfast Morning at St Matthew’s Community Centre in Holbeck, LS11 9NR, on Thursday 10-11am. Holbeck Together will be joined by other agencies offering all many of advice alongside a healthy breakfast.
The University Technical College (UTC Leeds) which provides a STEM-based education for students in Years 10-13 is holding an Open Evening on Thursday, 4-7pm. The UTC is based in the former Braime factory in Hunslet on Sayner Road, LS10 1LA.
Photo: A volunteer clears ivy off a memorial in Hunslet Cemetery
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