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Hyde Park Unity Day Community Reconigition Awards 2013

asdfgh Pictured above on the left is Patrick Hall receiving one of this year’s Hyde Park Unity Day Community Recognition Awards: a beautiful engraved mirror in a frame decorated with a mosaic produced by Alison. Picture below on the right is Bill Mckinnon receiving an award from Unity Day organiser Amit Roy. asdfgh asdfgh

Rose Bank Food Garden – this Saturday’s event

asdfgh Just down the hill from Woodhouse Moor is the Rose Bank, a public green space with one of the nicest views in Leeds. We are hoping to start a community food garden here. A place where people can grow food for free, transform their local area and meet their neighbours. On the Thursday the […]

Adel Family Fun Day

Public meeting to discuss an application to build on the Chestnut Avenue playing field

South Headingley Community Association is holding a public meeting to discuss planning application 12/02491 which proposes building on the Chestnut Avenue playing field off Victoria Road. The meeting will be held at 6.30pm on Wednesday the 1st August at the Cardigan Centre. The Chestnut Avenue site has been unused since the High School moved to […]

The sun comes out for Unity Day

After several days of wet weather, there were blue skies and sunshine today After several days of wet weather, there were blue skies and sunshine today for Unity Day. There was just a little light rain in the late afternoon, and then some heavier rain just before the event closed at 7pm. As in the […]

Launch of Parks and Green Space Forum

This afternoon saw the launch at Leeds Civic Hall of the Leeds Parks and this This afternoon saw the launch at Leeds Civic Hall of the Leeds Parks and Green Space Forum. The event was attended by over 130 people including Councillor Jack Dunn, deputy head of Environmental Services, Paul Bramhill head of Green Space, […]

Red Hall Nursery Open Day

Meeting to discuss community use of the Chestnut Avenue sports facilities

Tonight’s meeting was arranged by Sphere, a non profit organization dedicated to the promotion of sport. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss Sphere’s bid to be allowed to use the Chestnut Avenue sports facilities on behalf of the community. Speakers included Martin Oxley (Futsal Project Coordinator), John Davison (Futsal Community Coach and local […]

Residents left out in the cold

At the last INWAC meeting on the 2nd April, the chair, Councillor Monaghan (Lib Dem, Headingley) promised to arrange a meeting between councillors and representatives of the three local community groups. The meeting was supposed to have taken place at 2pm this afternoon at Wrangthorn Church Hall. Unfortunately it never took place. Two days ago, […]

INWAC stifles debate on barbeque areas

Local residents left last night’s INWAC meeting outraged at the way debate on the barbeque proposal was stifled. People had gone to the meeting to hear councillors respond to the community’s assertion that barbeque areas are a bad idea. But only three members of the community were allowed to speak. One of those prevented from […]

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