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Summer fun in Hunslet this Thursday

Families and kids in Hunslet are invited to a special summer fun-day this Thursday (24 August), hosted by the Hunslet Tenants and Residents Association (TARA).

Family fun (image by muffinn, via Creative Commons)

The free event will run 11am-3pm on Hunslet Recreation Ground, off Grove Road and Church Street, Hunslet LS10 2QT. It will feature face painting, games and sports, snacks and drinks, slush puppies, den-building, crafts, and more! It is designed as an event for families, but children aged 8+ can attend unsupervised. There will also be information about an opportunity for local youngsters to attend a boating trip on the Skipton canal next Thursday (31 August).

Pat Jackson, chair of the TARA, commented:

“The summer holidays are long, and we know it’s a challenge to keep the kids occupied – so we just want to put on something local and positive for everyone. We held one of these last year, and the kids who came loved it. We’ll also be talking about the boating trip we’re organising for youngsters next week. See you there!”

Hunslet Tenants and Residents Association meet the first Wednesday of each month, 6.30pm at the Church of the Nazarene – and offers local residents an opportunity to bring up and discuss local issues, and help make the community better. All welcome.

Separate to this event, the Council Youth Service are running a ‘Bite Size Breeze’ event at the Pepper Road recreation ground the following day (Friday 25 August): click here.

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Ed Carlisle

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Ed's originally from Sheffield, had the misfortune to grow up down south, but has lived in Leeds since the 90s and Beeston since 2002. He’s involved in various local projects, including: Beeston Festival, the Holbeck viaduct scheme, Park Run, some youth work, Park View Primary (he's chair of governors), some local green/growing projects, and South Leeds Life. He co-runs the Leeds-wide charity Together for Peace, and is married to Tania.

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