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.
Musicultural Conversations is a new weekly session for non-native English speakers using music and song to improve their English and make new friends. It takes place at The Holbeck 10am-12pm
Hunslet Methodist Church are holding a Valentine’s coffee morning on Saturday , 10am-12pm, Telford Terrace, off Balm Road.
There’s another Digital Drop-in at Hunslet Community Hub on Saturday 10am-1pm. Experts are there to help you with problems big or small, anything to do with your phone, tablet or laptop.
Trinity Reflections cafe is a Dementia friendly group that meets at Nesfield Road URC in Belle Isle 10:30am-12pm.
The Church of the Nazarene on Hunslet Hall Road are holding their monthly free community meal on Sunday from 12:30pm.
The road to Wembley starts for Hunslet RLFC on Sunday with a Challenge Cup tie against Coventry Bears. Kick off at the South Leeds stadium is 3pm and under 16s go free.
How To Beat Up Your Dad is this week’s visiting show presented by Slung Low at The Holbeck on Sunday at 5pm. It’s the tale of one young man’s journey through manhood and as with all things at The Holbeck, it’s Pay What You Decide.
There’s a new Crochet group meeting at Beeston Library on Town Street every Monday 10-11:30am. It’s for anyone wanting to learn or who has skills to share.
On Tuesday the PCSOs will be available for a chat over a cuppa at Hunslet Community Hub from 10am-12pm.
7-13 year olds are encouraged to start their coding journey at Code Club at St George’s Centre Community Hub in Middleton, 3:30-4:30pm
The Toy Library pays its monthly visit to St George’s Community Hub in Middleton on Thursday, 11:15am-12:15pm. This is a great way to find different toys for your kids if your budget’s tight.
And finally, Trinity Network are hosting a Valentine’s entertainment afternoon after their regular Friday hot lunch at Oakley View, off Dewsbury Road in Beeston.
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