What’s On Roundup 7-13 May 2022

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 on Saturday morning in Holbeck Cemetery (Beeston Road) with the volunteers group working to keep the cemetery looking its best. New volunteers are always welcome.

There are coffee mornings at Beeston Parish Centre on Town Street and at the Church of the Nazarene on Grove Road in Hunslet, both from 10am.

At 11am St George’s Community Hub & Library host their free monthly Family Film Club.

Our Future Beeston‘s growing event at the Watsonian Pavilion in Cross Flatts Park on Saturday has been cancelled due to ill health. However the Crochet class will go ahead, 10am-1pm.

On Saturday evening Slung Low are hosting ‘Ukraine: Images of Empire.’ Tim Smith’s images, taken before and after Ukraine’s independence in 1991, illustrate a fund-raising talk exploring how Ukraine’s history frames the current conflict. Proceeds to the DEC Ukraine Appeal. The talk starts at 7:30pm, book at slunglow.org/shows

On Sunday morning Active Leeds will be in Cross Flatts Park, 9-11am, helping you use the Love Exploring app on your phone for a Mega Mini-Beast game and Dinosaur Safari.

Leeds Dads will be at Little Angels Playzone at the Sugar Refinery, behind the Tommy Wass pub off Dewsbury Road, 10am-12pm, for a soft play session. Open to all Dads with pre-school children.

On Sunday afternoon Hunslet RLFC host rugby league’s newest club Cornwall. Kick off at South Leeds Stadium is at 3pm.

Leeds Laughter Lounge has organised another Comedy Night on Sunday. The Whistlestop pub on Town Street, Beeston is the venue and it starts at 7pm. Entry is free but a collection will be taken for Parkinson’s UK.

The Middleton Community Group holds its monthly meeting on Monday, 6-7pm, at Middleton Community Centre on Acre Road.

And finally, if you’ve got any issues to raise or questions to ask your local PCSOs they will be at Hunslet Community Hub & Library on Tuesday and at Dewsbury Road Community Hub & Library on Wednesday, 10am-12pm both days.