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New program for The Hunslet Club

  For 70 years, The Hunslet Club has offered a diverse range of activity for young people in South Leeds and has produced some great success stories in its time. With the growing popularity of sport and activity with young people and adults alike, there is now greater demand than ever for even more activity. […]

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Summer Fun In Hunslet

  On Sunday 27 July, The Hunslet Club are proud to present their annual Summer Gala. One of the highlights of the South Leeds summer program; with live bands, fresh barbeque food and performances from the Hunslet Club’s performing arts groups, this event attracts families from all around the area. Along with the wide range […]

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Harry’s Heroes 35 mile charity walk

  Two great charities will benefit from two charity walks organised by Hunslet Hawks. The club will be running two sponsored walks to Oldham on Sunday 27 July 2014, hopefully both getting there in time to watch the match. The walks will raise funds for two great charities, The Hunslet Rugby Foundation and SITRaN. Three […]

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Hunslet Hawks Dance Academy Summer Activity Camp

  Following the success of our previous school holiday events, the Hunslet Hawks Dance Academy will be holding a summer dance/activity camp during August at the home of the Hawks! The dates of the camp are: Thursday 7 and Friday 8 August, 10am – 2pm Thursday 14 and Friday 15 August, 10am – 2pm Come […]

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Slung Low Theatre is looking for volunteers

  Slung Low Theatre, the company based under the viaduct in Holbeck, is looking for people to help them look after the audience at their upcoming production in September. They are currently creating a new show called The White Whale. It’s a new adaptation of Moby Dick by James Phillips that will be performed on […]

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Councillors support SLATE social enterprise

  The much needed work of a Leeds social enterprise is set to receive a boost thanks to local councillors. SLATE ‘Feel Good Furniture Shop’ aims to help the local community through offering people second hand furniture at bargain prices and by giving people who have learning disabilities and physical disabilities the chance to work […]

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Model Railway Exhibition at Middleton Railway

  If cycling’s not for you, or you can’t face the crowds, why not pop along to Middleton Railway this weekend (5 & 6 July 2014) for their annual Model Railway Exhibition? There will be up to eleven layouts in a variety of scales: O, OO, N and 009, at least. Layouts will include: Sheaf […]

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Film making’s a Breeze at The Tetley

  Young film makers from South Leeds are being given the opportunity to create films and animations and then show them at The Tetley arts centre. Kenn Taylor has been in touch: We are looking for young people aged 16-19 who are interested in film making, photography and animation to come and work with artists […]

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Leeds Dock ‘Steps Up’ Preparations For Waterfront Festival

  Work to enhance and re-energise Leeds Dock, the waterfront area located on Leeds’ South Bank, has entered a new phase, as major landscaping work begins ahead of this weekend’s Leeds Waterfront Festival (28 and 29 June). With thousands of visitors expected to descend on Leeds Dock this weekend to take part in the festivities, […]

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Leeds Waterfront Festival brings family fun to the South Bank

  Dragonboats, live music and a ‘splash mob’ of mermaids and pirates will be descending on the River Aire this Saturday and Sunday (28 and 29 June 2014) and we’re all invited. The Leeds Waterfront Festival takes place at venues along a four mile stretch of the river from Thwaite Mills in Stourton to Leeds […]

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