Tennis is, without doubt, good for the mind and body. Playing tennis regularly has many physical and psychological health benefits associated with it. These benefits are particularly important for teens’ physical, emotional and mental development. This is an excellent course for beginners and improvers. Non-members welcome!
Park Tennis Club (Bute Avenue, Hove Edge HD6 2JA)
St Augustines Centre invite you to join them celebrating 70 years of Standing beside the Refugees by sharing your Orange Heart 🧡!
Wednesday the 28th of July 2021 marks the 70th anniversary of the 1951 Refugee Convention and you’re invited to celebrate with us!
The Orange Heart is a symbol used by the #TogetherWithRefugees campaign and we want to flood the Calderdale Valley with orange hearts to show our support on this important anniversary.
All you have to do is take a picture holding an orange heart and tag us on social media and/or email it to us.
You can email your pictures to Charlotte at email@example.com
Your heart can be made of anything you choose and we encourage you to snap a pic in front of Halifax landmarks.
Let’s show the world that this is #WhoWeAre!
If your child is eligible for free school meals through qualifying benefits, they may be able to access a fully funded holiday place during the school holidays this summer.
Calderdale Healthy Holidays programme provides enriching activities, delicious nutritious meals and a chance for young people to meet new friends in a safe & fun environment, during the school holidays!
Please discuss needs of your child with providers.
- TAGS Summer Camps (Elland)
- Tumble TAGS Summer Camps
- The Brooksbank School Summer Camp
and many more!
For the full, continuously updated list of activities, click here: Calderdale Healthy Holidays
- Extra sessions for children at Summer Tennis Camps
- TAGS Summer Camps in Ryburn
- Happy Eid al-Adha 21 July 2021
- £1 million Climate Emergency fund to combat climate change
Have a great weekend!
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Park Tennis Club (Bute Avenue, Hove Edge HD6 2JA) have now added more coaching sessions to their extensive summer camps, so there are more places available, especially for 4 – 7 years children. Rackets are provided by the club.
Places are filling fast so if you would like your children to try tennis, this is a wonderful opportunity. Fun activities and games organised by fully accredited LTA Coaches. Please see the poster for further details.
Numbers are strictly limited and places are allocated on a first come first served basis
Please book online on
Please bring drinks, snacks (optional), hat, sun cream etc
No equipment necessary
Enquiries to Margaret 07778 523867
“The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to use it.”
5 Days of amazing sport, FUN with friends, the chance to be scouted by top clubs, chance to win nationally recognised medals all on your doorstep – don’t miss out!
On Camp, 9:30am until 3:30pm each day.
Free Healthy Holiday places only applies if your child(ren) are between 5 – 11 years old.
Nutritional meal & Snack provided.
Head Coach: Bryan Brooks (Harrogate Town AFC, Halifax Town FC, Guiseley AFC).
|Sport||Coached by and/or pathways linked to|
|Football||Bradford City AFC & Women|
|Football||Premier League Academy|
|Rugby||Sam Allan (England U16, U17 & U18 Player)|
|Karate||Halifax Sport Karate|
|Football||Callum Bromley Ex Bradford City & Halifax Town|
Premier League Academy, Great Britain England Martial Artists, Bradford City, Bradford City Women, and ex England Rugby International Sam Allan are coming to Halifax this Summer to scout for the next wave of future talent! Whether you are a beginner or well into your sport, come and showcase your skills and maybe get scouted (tagged) and start your sporting journey.
With such a talented array of coaches TAGS certainly offers a broad programme of high-quality coaching and opportunities to progress into sports specific pathways.
With all highly qualified staff DBS checked, safeguarding and 1st Aid trained children get the chance to have fun and flourish in this high-quality environment.
Calderdale residents are invited to put their questions about the end of national COVID restrictions to a panel of experts at a live online Q&A event this week.
Calderdale Council’s Facebook page will host the next in a series of popular question and answer sessions, live from 7pm on Thursday 22 July 2021. The event is called ‘COVID – what’s next?’ and local people are invited to watch, ask questions and find out more about the end of national restrictions and what this means for people in Calderdale.
A panel of experts will respond to questions and explain how we can all do our bit to keep the people around us as safe as possible. The panel will feature:
- Deborah Harkins, Director of Public Health at Calderdale Council
- Dipika Kaushal, Chief Executive of Voluntary Action Calderdale
- Toni Williams, Consultant in Health and Wellbeing: Public Health England
- Cornelle Parker, Deputy Medical Director: Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust.
Go to www.facebook.com/calderdale to tune in and submit questions in the comments section during the broadcast. To set a reminder, visit https://www.facebook.com/calderdale/posts/10158840338846773 on a smartphone and you can choose to be notified when the event goes live.
Restrictions may have lifted but the COVID infection rates are still high in Calderdale.
NHS services are currently overwhelmed with handling COVID cases.
Calderdale and Ryburn PCN are encouraging you to choose wisely before reaching out to the NHS for help and for non emergencies, try different venues first.
In Any Emergency, always call 999.
Do not put off important health check appointments.
For more information, view the Calderdale Ryburn PCN social media places:
Eid Al-Adha Mubarak!
Many happy wishes and blessings for you and your family during this time.
May we look ahead at more auspicious times soon!
Since Monday the 19th of July, most restrictions have been lifted, making the previously mandatory guidelines of social distancing and face coverings a voluntary measure.
We are encouraged to adhere to these rules at our own discretion.
Be aware that several places will still insist on maintaining such guidelines.
Many GPs, public transport and closed spaces will still require you to observe these measures.
Please be considerate to others and do not endanger their health for the sake of giving up a rule.
As always, if you have been contacted and advised you need to quarantine and self isolate, you must observe this.
If you suspect you may have contracted COVID, get tested as soon as possible.
There are many options to be tested. Many workplaces require regular Lateral Flow tests. These tests are offered free of charge and it is recommended to be tested twice a week.
Infection rates are still high, especially in Calderdale.
Even if you are fully vaccinated, you may still become infected, you should however have much milder symptoms. You can still carry the virus, even if you are asymptomatic.
Please note: This article expresses opinions based on current affairs. It should not be treated as a guideline.
For the latest advice, guidance and support on COVID, visit :
NHS website : www.NHS.uk
Gov.uk : www.gov.uk
Calderdale MBC specific instructions: https://www.calderdale.gov.uk/v2/coronavirus