- Free Diploma in Childcare or Health & Social Care in your Local Community!
- Trainers needed to run family courses in Sure Start Children’s Centres
- The Making of Calderdale Wednesday talks at the Industrial Museum
- Neighbourhood Watch Crime Prevention Free Webinar Series
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The 16 week Intro to Childcare Course is back, if you are interested or would like to explore the opportunities offered then why not come and join us!
Following completion of this there will be opportunity to then complete Level 1 Diploma in Childcare.
Please see the flyers below for booking URL and QR code.
You can find the booking form at the Sure Start Children’s Centres website
Classes run 9:30 am to 2:30 pm – during school hours!
Course starts: Wednesday 22nd February
Elland Children’s Centre
Boxhall Road, Elland HX5 0BB
There is a similar course in the North and East Halifax area, running at Creations Community Children’s Centre : Free Diploma Course – Creations Children’s Centre
For more information and to apply:
Contact Elland Children’s Centre on 01422 266197 or 01422 251090
Sure Start Children’s Centres are looking for individuals or companies to run courses for our families! Do you have an activity course that is out of this world? An activity that will get them all off their feet? We would love to hear from you!
We are looking for trainers that can deliver courses and activities suitable to families with children aged 0-5 years old.
Please contact Diane Coenen on 01422 251090 for more information.
A Halifax-based yoga instructor has welcomed in the new year with a celebration event to mark 10 years in business.
To find out more about Adeles Yoga, visit: www.adelesyoga.com
Adeles Yoga was founded by yoga teacher and wellbeing expert, Adele Wills, in 2012. First offering local yoga classes, the business has since expanded to provide a range of wellbeing initiatives in West Yorkshire and beyond.
The celebration event was held on 20 January at Sotapanna Wellbeing Hub in Halifax and featured a cacao ceremony, tarot readings and a sound bath. 50 current and former yoga students were in attendance to enjoy the event and share reflections and gratitude.
2023 looks set to be another exciting year for Adeles Yoga with lots of new wellbeing projects in the pipeline. These include:
- Relaxation course – developing rest and relaxation home practices
- Guided journaling course – using journaling to support health and wellbeing
- Reiki training – learning reiki for self-healing or to become a reiki teacher
Adele also plans to launch a book to help people to take positive steps to better look after themselves and their body. Based on her popular ‘Love Your Body’ course, the book will include a range of tools and techniques to support health and wellbeing.
“I’ve been running the Love Your Body course for a year now and I really do feel like it’s been a game-changer. It tackles health and wellbeing in a more natural, holistic and sustainable way. I’m really excited to be able to bring this to an even wider audience when I launch the book.”
To find out more about Adeles Yoga, visit: www.adelesyoga.com
To celebrate International Women’s Day, Verd De Gris invites you for a day where women from diverse backgrounds from across West Yorkshire become One Voice for Social Change.
Join us at The Gaygill Rooms at The Piece Hall
Friday 3rd March 2023
9.30 am – 14.30 pm
Drawing on the life experiences of women from communities across Calderdale, special guests include Holly Lynch MP & Alison Lowe OBE West Yorkshire Deputy Mayor.
Crucially, we want to look at what we can do together to address some of the key factors that impact on health, opportunity, aspiration and social justice. The event will draw on the life experiences of women from diverse communities across Calderdale, using their voices to raise awareness of keys issues, and importantly, discuss ways in which lived experience can be used to inform and help shape policy and decision making at a local regional and national level.
We want to make sure that the voices of women and girls are included in regional and national discussions around health, poverty and social cohesion. We want to make our communities stronger. And by creating this safe space for visitors to learn and connect around tough local issues, we aim to provide a unique opportunities for people to get involved in helping to shape and influence change.
This event has been made possible thanks to support from West Yorkshire Mayor’s Safer Communities Fund, The National Lottery Community Fund and the Community Foundation for Calderdale.
If you would like more information please contact Sharon:
tel: 07907 822323
Places are limited. Booking via www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/516816390737
Keep up to date with other events as they happen by following our Facebook page Verd de gris arts and on Twitter and Instagram
Can you believe it’s February already? Which means Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. We know that traditionally, this is a time to declare our love for our significant others. However, we think our beloved pets should be included in this too, right?!
We’re glad you agree! Since we have oodles of fur babies who don’t have anyone to love this February and are waiting to be chosen as your Valentail! Could it be…..
Simply visit our website and select a mystery door to discover your very own Valentail waiting behind it!
Anyone who donates to their Valentail, will receive a surprise message from them on Tuesday Feb 14th!
Letting you know how your donation has helped them on their journey to find love in a new forever home!
This year’s appeal runs from February 1st – February 14th and will not only help us raise vital funds in these very difficult times – but also raise awareness of our work and most importantly, find homes for the animals in our care!
Thank you so much for your support.
So, who will be your Valentail?!…
Each webinar will be delivered by Neighbourhood Watch with an expert speaker on each of the topics of knife crime, burglary prevention and scams.
Places are free but limited so book your place soon to avoid disappointment.
Preventing Burglary with WIDENDates and times: 14th Feb 1pm – 2pm and 22nd Feb 6pm – 7pm – please attend one session only Speaker: Inspector Matt Coe, Sergeant Matt Coe, Crime Prevention, London Safety Centre
Understanding the Psychology of Scams
Dates: 15th Feb, 3.30-4.30pm and 28th Feb, 5.30-6.30pm – please attend one session only Speaker: Paul Maskall from the Fraud & Cyber Crime Prevention Manager, Dedicated Card and Payment Crime Unit (DCPCU)
Find out about what occurred in our region with regards to workforce, historic connections with the rest of England, industrial changes, resources, that helped build where we live.
Wednesday 15th February :
Wainstalls Waifs: their journey from workhouse to independence’ by Kim Pearson.~
An update on the girls from Liverpool who came to work at Calvert’s Mill in Wainstalls.
Wednesday 15th March : ‘Water, Coal, Wood and Iron: the recipe for a new economy in 1750’ by Dr Stephen Caunce.
Follow up talk on the early years of the Industrial Revolution in our area.
Future talks announced on 3D Printing (4th April) with demonstration during the talk and Edward Crossley’s Telescopes (10th May). More information on these will follow nearer the time.
The talks are by members of CIMA and experts in their subject.
All talks are open to members of the public as well as members of the museum, and start at 7.30pm. Non members are charged £4 on the door, so please bring your membership cards. Tea & coffee will be available from 7pm for a donation.
Calderdale Industrial Museum : Square Rd, Halifax HX1 1QG (Opposite Halifax Central Library, next to the Piece Hall entrance)
There are certain legal requirements around the use of e-Scooters that you need to be aware of.
The UK Government is currently taking part in ‘Future Transport Zone’ trials for
e-scooter hire with a view to making them legal to use on the roads.
Enquire with your local authority for a trial closest to you.