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Record number out for BITMO GATE Walk and Talk

Record number out for BITMO GATE Walk and Talk

Belle Isle TMO Well done to Ken Ingram who seems to be inspiring a walking revolution in Belle Isle….we had a record number of people on the walk yesterday – 13 and a half including the dog! Setting off from the GATE at 12 and heading towards Middleton Park in the bright sunshine – is […]

Parnaby Tavern Fun Day Bank Holiday Monday

Parnaby Tavern Fun Day Bank Holiday Monday

Visit local pub and Yorkshire Evening Post Pub of the Year 2016 this Bank Holiday Monday.   Scridb filter

All Nations Gospel Concert

All Nations Gospel Concert

Tomorrow at 6pm don’t miss out!   Scridb filter

Park’s past, present and future explored at exhibition

Park’s past, present and future explored at exhibition

An exhibition called ‘Leeds Parks: Past, Present and Future’ is to be held at the Watsonian Pavilion in Cross Flatts Park on Saturday 3 June 2017. The exhibition is a chance to see how the city’s parks have changed over time, from their Victorian origins to the present day, and to discover what the future […]

Weekend of dance and celebrations at White Rose

Weekend of dance and celebrations at White Rose

White Rose Shopping Centre is hosting a weekend of celebrations on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 May 2017, with dancers from local RJC Dance and a visit from Leeds Carnival’s free photobooth. RJC Dance Youth Provision members, Shachk Out Youth Dance, consisting of young people aged 13 – 16 years old, will be performing at […]

Dentist Ian Marker retires

Dentist Ian Marker retires

Mr Ian Marker, the Senior Partner at Marker and Associates, who joined an established Dental Practice on Dewsbury Road has retired. Mr Marker who qualified from Leeds Dental School in 1982 joined Mr. Baggaley as a partner in 1990 at 220 Dewsbury Road, Beeston.. In 1995 he developed the practice into a 3 dentist practice […]

South Leeds Roundup: Defibrillators, back to backs and no alliterations

South Leeds Roundup: Defibrillators, back to backs and no alliterations

Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook and Twitter. We start this week at The South Leeds Academy where officers from Inner South Neighbourhood Policing Team were talking to motorsists today (24 May) after numerous reports of speeding cars and inconsiderate parking. Inside the gates, […]

Another cup triumph for Beeston St Anthony’s

Another cup triumph for Beeston St Anthony’s

Beeston St. Anthony’s finished the season in style at Elland Road, playing the Final of the Senior Challenge Cup against Real Moor. Pictured:  Captain Steven Kerr lifting the trophy, Manager Mark Halmshaw airborne, and the jubilant victors, Beeston. Photos: John Adamson Beeston had an early 2-0 lead with goals from Steve Crawford and Matt Moon, but […]

Beeston Primary: aiming to become Outstanding

Beeston Primary: aiming to become Outstanding

Staff, pupils and parents at Beeston Primary School are celebrating their latest Ofsted report which graded the school as ‘Good’, the second highest grade. The letter from Brian Stillings, the Ofsted inspector says “Teaching standards are high across the school and pupils thrive on producing their best work.” It goes on: “The personal development, behaviour […]

Takeaway owner attacked in Middleton

Takeaway owner attacked in Middleton

Councillor Kim Groves: Please can I appeal to anyone who has information on the attack of an innocent man who operated the take away on the Westwoods Estate (Middelton) to come forward with information. This was a cowardly attack and those involved need to be reported to the police on 101 or email *protected email* . […]