Tuesday, 26th January 6pm, via Zoom.
Tuesday,12th January, 6pm-8pm, via Zoom. Guest Speaker: Mike Bacon: Presentation on the development of the LGI and the new Leeds Childrens’ Hospital. Also Sarah King: “bins on streets” project update
TUESDAY, 21ST APRIL 2020, Clarendon Quarter (Former St. Michael’s School site): NOW CANCELLED DUE TO COVID 19 ADVICE, 16/03/2020.
Chair: Deryck Piper. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Communications Officer: Garance Rawinsky. Email: email@example.com
Our Council Ward: (as of May 2018)
Little London and Woodhouse
- Cllr Javaid Akhtar <Javaid.Akhtar@leeds.gov.uk>; (Labour)
- Cllr Kayleigh Brooks <firstname.lastname@example.org>; (Labour)
- Cllr Abigail Marshall-Katung <email@example.com>; (Lab & Co-Op)
LITTLE WOODHOUSE COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION – WINNER OF 1ST PRIZE FOR LEEDS CIVIC TRUST SNAITH AWARD 2019
THE SNAITH AWARD for AFFILIATED SOCIETIES
Little Woodhouse Community Association (LWCA) are affiliated to Leeds Civic Trust. We became aware of the Snaith Award, which is an annual award for projects completed by one of Leeds Civic Trust’s Affiliated Societies. These have to have been completed in the previous 12 months up to the end of August, carried out or initiated locally by the society and resulting in an enhancement, or enhanced understanding of the built or natural environment. There are three awards available;
- Gold Award £500
- Silver Award £300
- Bronze Award £200
The LWCA committee decided to submit our ‘Graffiti Project’ to Leeds Civic Trust as we felt this definitely ‘enhanced the built environment’. This project was instigated by Garance and through all her hard work and determination, came to fruition. Moreover, on November 25th, 2019, we learned that LWCA had been awarded the 1st Prize, the Gold Award of £500! The plan is for the money to be used to replenish the Graffiti kits and also to perhaps provide an alternative outlet for street artists; a mural rather than tagging. It is nice to be recognised in this way. The graffiti project has made a positive contribution to the LWCA area. Many thanks and heartfelt congratulations to Garance for all her hard work with the Graffiti Project.
Tuesday, 14th January, 6pm-8pm, Leeds Civic Hall: Joint Forum with LWCA Community Forum. Topic: Planning Issues in our area.
Tuesday, 10th March: Local Neighbourhood Forum Public Meeting.
Wednesday, 3rd June: Little Woodhouse Neighbourhood Plan Forum AGM
Tuesday, 28th January, 6pm-8pm, Park Dale Hall (next to Marlborough Towers, across from Leeds City College).
These are “open meetings”, so everyone is welcome to attend.
Monday, 20th April, 6pm-8pm, Park Dale Hall. NOW CANCELLED DUE TO COVID 19 ADVICE, 16/03/2020.
Wednesday, 19th August, 2020: Due to Covid restrictions, Committee meetings are now being held virtually via “Zoom”!
Tuesday, 14th January: specifically on Planning Issues in our area.
Tuesday, 7th April (N.B. Date change!): NOW CANCELLED DUE TO COVID 19 ADVICE, 16/03/2020.
Tuesday, 14th July: NOW CANCELLED DUE TO COVID 19 ADVICE, 16/03/2020.
Tuesday, 20th October, 6pm – 8pm, in the comfort of your home via ZOOM! Check your email inbox for login details!
Tuesday, 18th February, 2020 at Swarthmore Adult Education Centre, Woodhouse Square. Light refreshments at 6.30pm. AGM to commence at 7pm . Speaker: Mike Bacon, from Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, speaking on the LGI Development Plan.
The next Little Woodhouse Community Forum is taking place at the Civic Hall, Leeds, from 6pm to 8pm on Tuesday, 8th October, 2019.
Agenda and Minutes are sent electronically to all members of Little Woodhouse Community Association about 2 weeks before the date of the meeting.
These are opportunities to communicate directly with your local Councillor and key representatives from Council departments.