Events

Caring Together – an event for carers and their loved ones

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FREE EVENT for carers and their loved ones on Friday 22 March 2019.

Hosted by the Calderdale Carers Project and Memory Lane Cafe, Bluebird Care and Age Uk Calderdale and Kirklees.

Learn about what support is available to carers while enjoying:

  • Favourite hits from the 50s and 60s performed by Darren Lee
  • Hand and heck/neck massage
  • Lunch

Venue: Age UK C&K, Rimani House, Hall Street, HX1 5BD

This event is for Carers and the person they care for to come along together or the Carer alone. They must be either currently registered with Calderdale Carers Project or undertake registration prior to the event.

All places must be booked via Calderdale Carers Project by ringing 01422 369101.

Transport may be available but must be mentioned at the time of booking. Respite care may also be available but we will need at least 1 weeks’ notice in order to arrange this subject to availability.

To find out more, please email enquiries@calderdale-carers.co.uk

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Halifax Canoe Club – we love canoeing and want you to love it too!

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Come along to Hollins Mill pub in Sowerby Bridge on Tuesday 26 March 2019 and find out more about what Halifax Canoe Club can offer you!

We’re an active and family orientated club based on the River Calder in Sowerby Bridge, Halifax. Those new to the sport will need to start on one of our beginners courses where our qualified coaches will introduce you to the skills you need to start paddling safely.

As you progress our coaches can introduce you to move advanced skills, white water paddling, open canoes, slalom and freestyle canoeing. There’s also the chance to try sea kayaking, surfing, slalom racing, weekends away and during the winter much of the club’s activity is heading off on river trips to suit various levels of ability.

Never paddled before and want to see if it’s for you?

Try one of our taster sessions – they’re on 6 and 7 April. We provide everything you need – boats, kit and coaches to keep you safe and make sure you’re having fun! Available for anyone ages 7+.

Want to paddle but don’t know how?

You should take our Learn To Paddle Course – this runs for 8 weeks. These are on Mondays and Thursdays from 29 April. There’s a course starting in June as well, subject to demand. We’ll release dates nearer the time. The Learn to Paddle Course is available to everyone aged 7+.

Already know how to paddle and want to refine your skills?

Take our River Skills Course – you can choose Mondays and Thursdays from 29 April.. There’s a dry induction night on Monday 8th April or Thursday 11th April. There’s another course running in June – we’ll release dates nearer the time. This course is available to everyone aged 7+.

How do I sign up for a course? 

Come along to Hollins Mill pub in Sowerby Bridge on Tuesday 26 March 2019 and find out more about what Halifax Canoe Club can offer you.  We’ll be there between 7 and 8.30pm. Or get in touch if you have any questions before – email: info@halifaxcanoe.org.uk

Can’t make it to our Hollins Mill sign up night and want to join a course?

Sign up online HERE – NOW!

Annual membership includes the cost of all river courses, coaching and also the cost of using our equipment (boats, safety gear etc). We offer reduced rates for families, concessions rates and junior rates – please take a look at our membership options HERE.

Please get in touch if you have any questions – email info@halifaxcanoe.org.uk

Please remember that everyone at Halifax Canoe Club is a volunteer – we give up our own time to support you as a paddler – have fun and we’ll see you on the water!

Cycling 4 All Calderdale – 2019 Sessions

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cycling for allCycling 4 All sessions start again on Monday 1st April 2019 at Brooksbank Cycle Circuit Hammerstones ROad, ELlnad, HX5 0TA.

  • All ability rides – every Monday 7pm – 8.30pm
  • Women and Children only rides – Saturday’s 11am – 12pm
  • Bike Library (borrow a bike from our Yorkshire Bank bike library)

Just £5 per family!  Children under 16 must be accompanied on the track by a parent/carer.

Any questions, please get in touch on 01422 230230

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The Long March 2019

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long march.pngWeather… unpredictable
Route… secret
Hills… guaranteed

Calderdale’s original and only 26 mile night hike.

April 21st and 22nd, 2019
Midnight to 10am

Do it to raise money or just to challenge yourself, either way we doubt you’ll experience anything quite like the Halifax Long March. And this year, the committee have booked a beautiful sunrise. Register early and get training!

  • 3 rest centres
  • 50+ charities to choose from
  • free refreshments
  • first aid support
  • GPS tracking to help keep you safe
  • Walkers who do not complete the entire route will be transported back to base, so you can do what you’re able, enjoy taking part and still raise money.

How to sign up

Register online at hxlm.uk/doit (registration fee applies).

The standard registration fee is £20 pp. Participants can register as individuals or save up to 20% by registering as a group of 9 or more.

The Committee are not for profit, so any monies raised through registration fees is donated to a charity of the Committee’s choice once bills have been settled. No members are paid a salary.

In 2018 26 charities and good causes raised 000s by taking part – despite the snow. Staff and students at Calder High School raised over £3,000 for their Projects Abroad team and High Park School staff and parents raised over £1,200 for their school funds.

For more details visit the website or email walkers@longmarch.org.uk

Want to Marshal?

Help guide walkers around the route and offer moral support and encouragement to keep them going. It takes someone special to do this job, but if that’s you we will reward you with free refreshments throughout the night. For more information email: helpers@longmarch.org.uk

New Accessible Calderdale Disability Access Forum

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The Accessible Calderdale project is inviting people living in Calderdale with lived experience of disability to become members of a new forum.

The Accessible Calderdale Disability Access Forum (ACDAF) will provide people with a voice and to play an important role in promoting and developing Calderdale as an accessible and inclusive destination for all.

You can find out more at the first ACDAF meeting/information session at The Kings Centre, Park Road, Halifax HX1 2TS on Tuesday 26 March, 3:00pm buffet and refreshments followed by 3:30pm-5:00pm a meeting and information session (including a presentation about the Accessible Hebden Bridge Project).

If you are interested in joining the ACDAF and would like to attend the first meeting please email
Lorraine Beiley- Project Co-ordinator lorraine@visitsunlimited.co.uk or call 07596 707795.

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Lower Valley Friday Flyer 8 March 2019 – OUT NOW!!

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LV Friday FLyer

Click here to view the latest Lower Valley Friday Flyer…

Featuring:-

  • Car Boot Sale to Raise Funds for Overgate Hospice
  • International Women’s Day Events at the Piece Hall
  • Talk on ‘Great Uncle Percy Shaw’ at the Industrial Museum
  • The Battle of Heptonstall Community Play at Halifax Minster
  • FREE Training Courses in First Aid and Money Management

Have a great weekend!

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Wellbeing and Support Meetings at Moorside School

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Staying Well and North Halifax Partnership’s Ovenden and Mixenden Initiative are holding a number of Wellbeing and Support sessions at Moorside Community Primary School, Keighley Road, Halifax HX2 8AP.

The sessions will be;

  • Friday 15 March, 9:30am-11:00am – Launch
  • Friday 5 April 9:00am-11:00am – Scams & Frauds
  • Friday 17 May 9:00am-11:00am – Consumer Savvy
  • Friday 7 June 9:00am-11:00am – Savvy Savings
  • Friday 28 June 9:00am-11:00am – Staying Well
  • Friday 19 July 9:00am-11:00am – Staying Well

For more information contact Karen Scanlon on 0300 555 0266 or email Karen.Scanlon@calderdale.gov.uk

International Women’s Day Event at the Piece Hall

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There will be an International Women’s Day event taking place on Wednesday 13 March, 9:30am-2:35pm in the Caygill Suite at the Piece Hall. The aim of the event is to celebrate women’s achievements and to explore the next steps in terms of the promotion of equality. The event is a partnership event between the WEA, the Women’s Centre, All 1 Collective, Square Chapel and the Piece Hall.

Everybody is welcome at the event and we would really appreciate if you could promote the event to your staff and community groups.

They would be really grateful if you and anybody interested in coming could register by calling 0300 303 3464 with the event reference C3675361, as this helps to estimate numbers.

FAXFEST Events Promoting Children’s and Young People’s Safety

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There will be four community engagement events to share your views about safeguarding issues in your local area and to find out how children and young people are kept safe in Calderdale.

At each FREE event you will be able to find out about services in your local area and there will be free refreshments, a quiz and a chance to air your views.

 

The events are at;

  • Hebden Bridge Town Hall, Saturday 23 March 1:00pm-3:00pm
  • Queens Road Neighbourhood Centre, Thursday 28 March, 4:30pm-6:30pm
  • Moorside School , Ovenden, Thursday 4 April, 4:00pm-6:00pm
  • Wellholme Park, Brighouse Thursday 25 April 1:00pm-3:00pm

For more information about the event please contact: Sophie.Boyles@Calderdale.gov.uk or call 01422 393184 or 07976 69514