What’s On Roundup 9-15 September 2023

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 in Cross Flatts Park on Saturday morning where the Friends of Cross Flatts Park have organised a display about the history of the park with talks at 10am, 11am, 12pm and 1pm. Beeston in Bloom will be holding a plant sale from 10am as part of this Heritage Open days event.

Dads with little ones are invited to join Leeds Dads on Saturday, 10am-12pm for a free soft play session at Little Angels, Beeston LS11 7DF. There’s even free tea and toast! Book at: leedsdads.org/events

The Middleton Makers Market, is on Saturday, 10am-2pm, at Middleton Park Circus. Lots of lovely handmade items including clothing, jewelery, soaps and food; all made by local people.

Saturday is also Skelton Grange Environment Centre’s Open Day, 11am-4pm. Enjoy nature walks, activities and refreshments with fun for all the family. Drop by to say hello, or stay all day to take part in a wide range of activities and events.

On Sunday it’s the Great Middleton Park Show, 1-4pm. If you’re entering the produce show please take your entries to the marquee between 8:30-11am.

It’s the Play-off Qualifying Semi Final for Hunslet RLFC and they chase promotion to the championship. Unbeaten this season at South Leeds Stadium, they face Doncaster on Sunday. Kick off is 6pm, tickets are £15, £10 concessions and kids under 16 go free.

The Hunslet Club is holding an open night on Tuesday, 4:30-5:30pm, for their Monday Evening Project. Find out how you could gain a Level 1 qualification in Joinery, Mechanics, Catering, Sports or Art.

The Holbeck club hosts the first launch event for Creative Communities, the arts project organised by the Swarthmore Centre, on Wednesday, 3:30-6pm. There will be an exhibition, activities, music and food at this family friendly event.

And finally don’t forget there are a number of local events taking place this week as part of the Heritage Open Days festival.


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