A series of events will be taking place next week to show what the council and communities can achieve when they work together to improve neighbourhoods.
The Communities Can week, organised by Housing Leeds, includes a host of fun activities aimed at demonstrating the importance residents play in improving their communities.
The week kicks off with the Little London Community fun day on 23 July, with other events taking place in Burmantofts, Moor Allerton and Beckhills amongst many others.
Councillor Debra Coupar, executive member for communities, said:
“The events organised for Communities Can week are a great way to bring different people together to have fun, try something new or get advice and all centred on the idea of how we can work together to shape a better future for each area.
“With talent shows, estate walkabouts, food stalls and sports, Communities Can week is not only bound be a great day out, but an important way for us to gather feedback and help communities rally round a common goal.”
Events during the week include:
Saturday 23 July
Little London Community Funday 12-4pm @Oatland Lane
Lots of free family fun, food, music, donkeys, even a Little London’s got talent show! Also in attendance, the Leeds Parent Champions project.
All taking place next to the community centre.
- Monday 25 July
- Burmantofts Recycling Event & Clean Up 12-4pm @Torre Green
- Youth services, HUGO (Helping U get Online) bus, fun activities
Moor Allerton Community Hub Open Day 2-7pm @Moor Allterton LibraryTenants stalls, Library Services, stall, tombola’s, various speakers – Community HUB opening
- Thursday 28 July
- Beckhills Activity Day 12-4pm @Stainbeck Church
Youth Servies, Police, Talent Show, Team Beckhills (local resident group who want to transform the Beckhills estate), Councillors, Dowson, Taylor & Rafique, Mill Field Primary school, helping out throughout the whole day, also designed the posters for the day.
Ley Lane Sports Day 12-4pm @Ley Lane FieldSports activities provided by Positive Futures WYP