Find your feet at Music on T’Pitch – Sunday 26th May

Ever watched Strictly Come Dancing and imagined taking to the dance floor yourself? Or perhaps you’ve been thinking of starting a new hobby… one that keeps you fit but is actually fun and addictive in a good way?

Then don’t miss The Dance Spot – an exciting new addition to this year’s Meanwood Festival music event Music on T’Pitch – it’s family friendly and free.

The Dance Spot will feature demonstrations of many of the different dances you can learn right here in Leeds – from Bachata and Balboa to Tango and West Coast Swing.

What?
The Dance Spot – dance demonstrations at Music on ‘Pitch
Where?
Meanwood Cricket Club, Parkside Road (next to The Myrtle Tavern)
When?
Sunday 26th May from 12noon to 7pm – between the bands

Not only that but you’ll be able to pick up a timetable for The Dance Spot’s FREE beginners’ taster classes, which are running all afternoon on Bank Holiday Monday 27th May at Holy Trinity Community Hall in Meanwood.

For full details of the dances you can see and try, go to http://www.dancespot.org/ now.

Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity to find your dance. 

See you on t’pitch!

Dates for your Diary – March 2018

Dates for your diary in early March 2018

Now playing this Tuesday 6th March, the rescheduled acoustic night at theBarn Coffee Shop in the Meanwood Valley Urban Farm.  APRIL AVENUE. Starting at 7.30pm, only £3 on the door. BYOB.

Saturday 10th March between 10am – 3pm, come along for a cup of tea and a slice of cake & be shown around the beautifully refurbished Community Hall on Memorial Drive/Church Lane. We’ll have a stand there – so come along and say hello and check out the things we get involved in.

Tuesday 13th March, starting 7.45pm in the Holy Trinity Community Hall Annexe, (which is the newly created room), Memorial Drive/Church Lane, Meanwood, the Meanwood Valley Partnership ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING.All welcome.

Crocus bulbs planted – thanks to those who helped

Crocus Bulbs

Many thanks to the small but dedicated band of volunteers who planted 1000 crocus bulbs this morning. As they’d already started sprouting (the bulbs not the volunteers!) we hope they will bring some welcome colour in 2018 and for years to come. Thanks too to Councillors Sharon Hamilton and Rebecca Charlwood for coming along and getting stuck in.

500 bulbs planted at the junction of Parkside Road & Stonegate Road.

500 bulbs planted at the Junction of Meanwood Road and Stainbeck Lane.