Date – 10th April 2013 6pm to 9pm
Venue – The Shay stadium
4 person team-play
Attend either as a team or individuals and we’ll place you in a team for the evening.
WINNING TEAM – PRIZES!!!
Please confirm attendance to – Malcolm Kielty
01422 206106 mob 07946510900
Date – 10th April 2013 ; 1pm to 5pm
Venue – The Shay stadium
Cost – £10 per person
Maximum 8 people, so first come first served!
To book contact Malcolm Kielty: email firstname.lastname@example.org,phone 01422 206106 or mobile 07946510900
Have you been thinking of trying Tai Chi but want a beginners’ class to get you started?
Due to the success of their popular long-running Monday Tai Chi class (which is full), the Pellon community group High Five have decided to start a new Tuesday morning group especially for beginners. The new class starts on Tuesday 16th April 2013. Cost £3, with refreshments served at the end. All welcome – come and give it a try!
Tuesdays, starting 16th April, 10:45 – 11:45
St Columba’s Church, Highroad Well Lane, Pellon, Halifax HX2 0QF
A FREE course from Noah’s Ark Centre, Ovenden, produced in association with Credit Action.
This free four-week course will enable you to manage your money, learn how to budget, increase income/reduce spending, save and borrow sensibly, and deal with debt. Following the course, there’ll be a session on the new benefit rules from Pennine Housing, information about bank accounts from Credit Union, and you will be able to access the internet to let you compare energy deals and/or check your benefit entitlement.
To register your interest please contact the Noah’s Ark Centre on 01422 366911 or email email@example.com to find out more.
Ever wanted to volunteer in museums but didn’t know how? Or would like to be involved with the museum service but don’t really have time to regularly commit? Then the Supporters of Calderdale Museums could be for you. Following a successful bid to the Arts Council, Calderdale Museums is about to re-launch its volunteer programme with an inaugural talk at Bankfield Museum.
The talk will cover projects undertaken by Museum volunteers in the past and the plans for the future, highlighted by new exhibitions in the Marble Gallery and Rotunda, the latter containing artefacts picked from the collections by volunteers themselves. The exhibition runs from Saturday 2 February – 3 March 2013. For details on the event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone Bankfield Museum, 01422 352334
A message from Boothtown Local History Group:
Why not come along to our group, we are researching the history of Haley Hill, Akroydon, Boothtown, Old Boothtown and Claremount.
Each of us has a particular area of the community to research but there are areas we cannot cover as yet. We find information on the internet, books from our local library or from the reference department at Central library.
Our initial aim is to put on an exhibition initially at Akroyd library but possibly, in the future, it could become a permanent feature in Bankfield Museum. There will be old maps with information at certain points on the map. We are hoping to speak to residents of Boothtown who remember it as it was early in the 1900s, and we should be able to record these memories at the Celebration Day which is being held at the ‘Pod’ on Grantham Road playing fields.
We hold our meetings in Akroyd Library which is attached to Bankfield Museum and they are every other Wednesday morning starting at 10.30 and usually finish between 12 and 12.30. The next meeting will be on the 13th February. We had a guest speaker who told us about, and showed pictures of, the stone quarries in the area, and he may be coming to talk about the coal mines in the Crow Point area.
There is a bus stop at Chester Road for anyone coming from Halifax and a stop nearly opposite the fish shop just below Chester Road for anyone coming from Claremount. The entrance to the library is approximately 75 yards below Chester Road on the other side of the road. There is disabled access for anyone who may need it.
If you are interested you will be made very welcome.
For more information, contact email@example.com or phone the library on 01422 352277.
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