Archives for the ‘Community’ Category

Anger over transport plan for the area

By • Mar 15th, 2013 • Category: Community

The Trolly Bus – What will it do to you? The A660 Joint Committee was formally re-constituted at the end of last year by individuals concerned about the impact of the newly funded New Generation Transport (NGT) trolleybus line, planned to run between Park and Rides at Bodington and Stourton with an extension to Holt [...]

Cake My Day – Cupcake Competition, Headingley

By • Mar 5th, 2013 • Category: Community

Enjoy baking? Think you’ve got what it takes to be crowned Queen or King of the Cupcake? Enter for only £2. To enter the competition and show off your baking skills, email to register – you’ll get an entry number and we’ll tell you what you need to do. Not so good at baking, [...]

LCC Traffic Management Scheme – Bainbrigge Road / Otley Road, Headingley

By • Mar 5th, 2013 • Category: Community

As part of Leeds City Council’s Traffic Management Programme works will commence Monday 11th March between the hours of 09:30 and 15:30 Monday to Friday for a period of 3 weeks. A road closure with diversions will be in place on Bainbrigge Road at its junction with Headingley Lane during the contractors working day. Minimal [...]

Amazing Graze – Street food/music/bazar

By • Feb 14th, 2013 • Category: Community

Amazing Graze is Leeds’s first ever festival celebrating all that’s good about life on the street. Organised by the Left Bank and Manjit’s kitchen, Amazing Graze will feature the best street food, street performers, street art and street traders. Imagine all the best things about street life distilled into one beautiful space – that’s Amazing [...]

50 Shades of Pink

By • Feb 8th, 2013 • Category: Community

The 12th February will be a night to remember for the Ladies of Leeds: It’s a chance for the community to unite in order to raise money for Breast Cancer Care. However, this fundraiser is different to your typical fundraising event. Our event 50 Shades of Pink will definitely be living up to its risque [...]

The Wartime Hospital at Beckett’s Park

By • Dec 19th, 2012 • Category: Community

Headingley LitFest has been awarded seven thousand six hundred pounds by the Heritage Lottery Fund for a project in 2013/14 based on the military hospital which was a t Beckett’s Park, Headingley during the First World War. The project will come to a climax in time for the seventh annual LitFest in March 2014 with [...]

Woodhouse Moor Bonfire and Fireworks Display

By • Nov 1st, 2012 • Category: Community

Monday 5th November 2012 Bonfire: 7.00pm Fireworks: 7.30pm

Funds ensure Headingley is not left in the dark this Christmas!

By • Nov 1st, 2012 • Category: Community, Lead story

Businesses in Headingley have got in to the Christmas spirit early this year and helped ensure the area will be decked out with Christmas lights. A number of local companies have pledged money to contribute to the cost of Christmas lights this year. Funding has also come from the Council’s Inner Northwest Area Committee, which [...]

Films at HEART

By • Sep 10th, 2012 • Category: Community

“Films at Heart” is an exciting new venture, part of Headingley Development Trust (HDT) and organised by Headingley residents. We will be showing independant films that either haven’t been shown at Hyde Park Picture House, or only appeared there briefly. Films at Heart will be a membership organisation. £20 will buy an annual membership that [...]

Celebrate Headingley

By • Sep 4th, 2012 • Category: Community

10, 11, 12 Sept 2010 Residents of Headingley will get together again for a weekend in September to celebrate where we live. You can meet friends, make new ones, and enjoy the good things about our lovely neighbourhood. For details contact Rachel Harkess 275 6652

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