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Morley St George Weekend 2014 is Next Weekend

Come to Morley Next weekend Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 April for the Annual St George’s weekend. On the Saturday: It starts at 9am and finishes at 4pm There will be stalls along Queen Street plus Live Stage show with acts such as:  Jamie-Leigh-Fish  Girl Band (Against Habit)  Lil Gee  Gemma Hopton  Fiscal Academy On […]

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Leeds Autism Services and Amber’s Autism Awareness Evening

Please come along on Sunday and give your support to these Autism Charities. Below is part of Ambers Story, and why I think this event is really worthwhile. (Kenneth Ingram) Amber has two anniversaries this month, her 7th birthday and 5 years diagnosed. To us both are equally worth a note, why? Well it was […]

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Hunslet Club youngsters meet Team Sky’s Ben Swift

Lucky youngsters from Leeds got the chance to meet Team Sky rider, and local cycling star, Ben Swift on Tuesday (Tuesday 15 April) thanks to a pre Tour De France event held by Sky in Leeds. Twenty lucky children from The Hunslet Club and Otley Cycling Club as well as Sky employees came along to […]

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South Leeds Roundup: Cemeteries, cycling and sponsorship

Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook. We start this week with Park Fisheries on Beeston Road, who you’ll recall won a Yorkshire In Bloom award last year. We read on the Friends of Holbeck Cemetery blog that they have donated a tree that had […]

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Construction Apprenticeship Fair

Leeds Apprenticeship Hub is hosting a fair at the Civic Hall where you can find more about opportunities for apprenticeships in the construction industry. The Fair takes place on Monday 28 April from 10am to 12pm in the Banqueting Suite and is targeted at young people between 16-24 who are not currently in education, employment […]

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Get ready for Easter – Be prepared and stay healthy

We are all looking forward to the long Easter weekend, many of us are already preparing for family get togethers, socialising with friends and arranging parties at home. Whatever your plans you may need to be prepared for more unexpected events and ones which may prove less entertaining. Being prepared is essential, so to make […]

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Community day in Beeston Hill

A community open day has been organised for people living in the Normantons, Malverns, Bismarcks, Disrealis and surrounding area. Hillside will be the venue and a host of organisations will be present offering information, advice and ideas. There’ll be loads for children to do, so bring them too. It all happens on Thursday 24 April […]

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Support and activities for older people in Beeston, Cottingley and Hunslet

The spring newsletter from the South Leeds Live At Home Scheme (SLLAHS) has been published with details of regular activities and day trips. SLLAHS is one of the ‘Neighbourhood Network’ organisations providing support and activities for people over 55. SLLAHS covers the Beeston, Cottingley and Hunslet areas. Regular activities include lunch clubs, a range of […]

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CATCH ‘THE DREAMS UK’ AT THE DRYSALTERS In Aid of AMBERS AUTISM AWARENESS & LEEDS AUTISM SERVICES!

SATURDAY 26TH APRIL – AT THE DRYSALTERS Elland Road, Leeds, LS11 8AX, Telephone 0113 270 0229 In Aid of AMBERS AUTISM AWARENESS & LEEDS AUTISM SERVICES! £2 on the door! Entertainment 8pm onwards! See you there kids!

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Julie’s Ancestry Hour At BITMOs Gate

I went along last Thursday to Bitmo Gate, to Julie’s Ancestry Hour course (which lasted over 2 hours) to do an editorial for South Leeds Life Blog. Well that’s what I thought. I was hooked. I ended up joining the group. Julie has been discovering family trees for people for many a year and so […]

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