Kirkstall Forum

May 30th, 2014 | Posted by Steve.Harris in Events | Local Issues | Our Community | Policing - (Comments Off)

Kirkstall Forum Community Meeting   Thursday 5th June, 6.30pm Milford Sports Club, Beecroft Street, LS5 3AS   What’s happening in Kirkstall? Join your local Councillors to find out about… Policing & Crime Planning issues Environmental Services For more information or to suggest future agenda items contact Susan Skinner 0113 3367857 Downloads Agenda Poster

Following the success of the Kirkstall Valley Community Association clean up around the goit on Good Friday, we are at it again! This time, on Sunday 25th May, we will be meeting at the railway underpass between the Vicarages and the playing field (near Headingley station) at 1pm to do an hour or so of …
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… where will she clean up next?!! You may be forgiven for thinking elves have been out in the dead of night, cleaning and tidying and picking up litter, but in reality it is the efforts of one community spirited resident! This local resident has been taking on the Kirkstall Clean-up idea to the max by …
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Following on from Burley Top Community Networks fantastic cleanup at the top end of Burley, I’m pleased to confirm the date for the Kirkstall Valley Community Association’s clearup. After walking through the heart of Kirkstall down the paths alongside Millrace, its clear to see that this area is in desperate need of some attention. We’ll …
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As many of you will know the new Aldi opens on Cardigan fields soon (19th June to be exact) and Aldi are looking at recruiting 30 staff from the local area as Store Assistants and Stock Assistants. These are the details we’ve received we hope it reaches jobseekers in our community, please share? Employment Leeds …
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It’s impossible to travel anywhere in our area without noticing the increasingly desperate state of our neighbourhood and the litter problem that affects us and everyone else in Leeds. Council cuts naturally means that budgets for clearing our streets, canals, woodland and open areas have been tightened, and this is unlikely to change in the …
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Should Leeds Bid for European Capital of Culture?

December 12th, 2013 | Posted by Simon Dawson in Events | Local Issues - (Comments Off)

Welcome by Cllr Lucinda Yeadon, Executive Member for Leisure and Skills and introductions by Cluny Macpherson, Chief Officer Culture and Sport With one of the most diverse populations in the UK, representing communities with roots in more than 200 countries, Leeds is home to world class international talent.  Now, on the eve of the Grand …
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Burley Community Forum

November 8th, 2013 | Posted by Steve.Harris in Events | Local Issues | Our Community | Policing - (Comments Off)
Burley Forum

Burley Community Forum  Tuesday 19th November 2013 6.30pm – 8.30pm St Matthias Church Centre, St Matthias Street   The forum meeting will use the workshop format where you will have the opportunity to discuss each issue listed on the attached agenda in small groups.  Staff from Leeds City Council Environmental Services and Planning as well …
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Yorkshire County Cricket Club is holding a public exhibition to invite local residents and businesses to view its proposals for the installation of four new permanent floodlights at the Headingley Cricket Ground. The proposals will be on display in the reception area of the Carnegie Pavilion, Kirkstall Road, Headingley on Friday 15th November between 3.00pm – 6.00pm …
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Dear Readers, My recent post about the new Control club opening in the Cardigan Fields complex has caused quite a stir! See comments: I admit, I am fairly new to the area and do not know everything that has happened in the past. Unfortunately, as a volunteer group our resources are somewhat limited and if …
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