NEXT FORUM MEETING - The next meeting of the Forum will take place at 7.30p.m on Thursday 3rd October 2019  at the Function Room, Old White Hart 45 Town Street, Beeston, Leeds, LS11 8BZ . The guest speaker will be Steve Foster from the White Rose Centre 

TEMPORARY VENUE FOR FORUM MEETINGS - The Forum has taken a decision that , starting with the meeting on 5th September  2019 , Forum meetings will revert to being held at the Function Room, Old White Hart 45 Town Street, Beeston, Leeds, LS11 8BZ until such a  time as the new Beeston Village Community Centre is available for use.  The first meeting at the new Beeston Village Community Centre is likely to be our meeting in January 2020 or February 2020    

BEESTON NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN- Following the merger of the Beeston Community Forum and the Beeston |Neighbourhood Forum , the Beeston Community Forum has taken on the responsibility of writing the Beeston Neighbourhood Plan (The 'Beeston Plan') If the Neighbourhood Plan receives the support of local residents in a referendum, Leeds City Council will be required to consider the Neighbourhood Plan when determining all planning applications in Beeston.  Residents of Beeston , and individuals who work or carry on business in the Beeston Neighbourhood Area are strongly encouraged to become involved in this process.                                                                                                                                                                                 

WELCOME TO THE WEBSITE OF THE BEESTON COMMUNITY FORUM . The Forum is a non- political, non sectarian organisation which campaigns on a wide range of issues on behalf of the residents of Beeston; a suburb of the City of Leeds. Please click on 'About Us' (to the left) to see how the Beeston Forum operates.  Our meetings are held at Beeston Village Community Centre, and generally take place at 7.30p.m on the first Thursday of each month. Please click on 'Our Meetings' to the left , to see details of the dates of our meetings and the details of any invited guest speakers (please note, however that the dates and speakers are subject to alteration). Our meetings are considered to be Partners and Community Together meetings by West Yorkshire Police. Members of the Neighbourhood Policing Team attend our meetings on a regular basis , and answer questions from, and are available for consultation by local residents.  

If you have any queries about the Beeston Forum and our website, please e mail me.

Robert Winfield
Secretary and Webmaster, Beeston Forum 


There are a number of vacant positions on the Committee. If you are interested or would like to know more, please e mail Robert Winfield 

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