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Street Angels have opened a Cafe in the centre of Halifax
Angels Rest is a friendly new cafe conveniently located in the centre of Halifax, just away from the hustle and bustle. Open every weekday lunchtime, we’re perfect for a tea break from your shopping, or why not pop in for a panini at lunchtime. Our prices are very competitive and all our produce is locally sourced wherever possible. Come along and give us a try – you’re always guaranteed a warm welcome, we’d love to see you soon!
Find us at Angel’s Rest Cafe, 15 Crossley Street, Halifax, HX1 1UG, Open Monday-Friday, 10am-3pm.
RIGHT UP YOUR STREET!
Fed up of the rain and the floods? Why not come along to Todmorden
Central Methodist Church, Bramsche Square (by the side of the market)
on Thursday 29 November and celebrate the more positive side of
living in the Upper Calder Valley?
“Right Up Your Street” is a free event where you will be able to meet
representatives from over 20 different organisations operating
almost on your own doorstep. You’ll be surprised at the number of
services, social activities and volunteering opportunities there are.
Organisations attending include: Upper Valley District Nursing team,
University of the 3rd Age, HOUR car scheme, Calderdale Council’s Home Energy and Handyperson service, Age Concern, Police, Calderdale Carers Project,, Alzheimers Society and many more. Incredible Edible will not only be encouraging people to grow their own veg but will also be providing free homemade soup for all.
The Official Opening, by the Mayor of Todmorden Councillor Abid Hussain, will take place at 10.00am and the event wills finish at 2.00pm.
Organiser of the event, Judith Guy from Calderdale Carers Project, said
“Why not come along to this free event, enjoy a hot drink and soup,
Have a gossip and pick up loads of useful information.”