Elland

Have Your Say! Your Views on Getting Active in Elland

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Calderdale Council in conjunction with Sport England are trying to get more people active in Elland.

The starting point is to understand the barriers to activity in the local area and as part of this the Council want to speak to the people of Elland.

Filling in the short survey will help to bring the voice of Elland to what they do!

Just click here to give your views!

Sure Start Children’s Centres Autumn Newsletter

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Sure Start Children’s Centres, North Halifax Partnership have published the Autumn Newsletter which includes information about the family learning courses that are taking place September – December 2018, along with the accredited courses on offer. It also includes their What’s On Guides, which shows the weekly groups on offer across the Children’s Centres and services provided by partner agencies. The newsletter can be downloaded here.

This has also been uploaded to the website, along with a booking form. To book onto the courses you can either complete the booking form electronically on the website or contact the Family Learning Team on 01422 266197.

Elland Round Table Charity Bonfire

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Join Elland Round Table for Calderdale’s largest public Bonfire and Firework Display on Saturday 3 November, 5:30pm at Hullenedge Recreation Ground, Elland HX5 0QY.

  • 2 Firework Displays
  • HUGE Elland BonfireNetObjects Fusion 2015
  • Fire Dance Display Team*(TBC)
  • Food Stalls
  • Hot Drinks & Cakes
  • Novelties & Sweets
  • Fairground Rides
  • Games Stalls
  • Washroom Facilities
  • Music & PA (TAP EVENTS)

Timings*
5:30pm – Gates Open!
6:00pm – Children’s Firework Display
6:10pm – Hellfyre Magpies – Dance Display Team
6:30pm – Lighting of the Bonfire
7:15pm – Main Firework Display
***Timings subject to change on the night ***

£5.00 Adults

£2.50 Under 16

CASH Payment on entry . Fast track tickets available from a number of businesses in Elland (click on the poster for a list of businesses)

Have your say! Elland Ward Forum Tuesday 16 October 2018

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Open to anyone who lives, works and learns in Calderdale, ward forums are a way to get involved in your local area.

By discussing what’s important to you, in an open meeting, the Council and its partners can plan for the future and make a difference to your neighbourhood.

The next meeting is on 16 October July 2018, at 6:30pm. .

Venue: Willow Court, Victoria Road, Elland HX5 0PL

For more information on the meetings, see Lower Valley ForumExternal link

Relax with a FREE Jacket Potato at Elland Christian Centre

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After – or during – your Halloween celebrations on Wednesday 31 October, why not call into Elland Christian Centre on Newcombe Street HX5 0EG for a FREE jacket potato between 6:00pm and 10:00pm. You’ll receive a warm welcome and a warm drink as well as a jacket potato with a choice of fillings.

For more information contact ECC on 01422 327405 or email ellandchristiancentre@btinternet.com. You can also keep up to date with what’s happening by following the Facebook page.

Trailblazers Social Care Open Day

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Whether you are looking to start your career, thinking about changing career, or are ready to make your next move, Trailblazer Social Care is currently recruiting and would love to talk to you. They are holding an Open Day on Thursday 4 October, 10:00am-4:00pm at Southgate Methodist Church, Langdale Street, Elland HX5 0JL to allow you to discover more about the various roles that are available working within social care.

You don’t need any formal qualifications to start your career in social care, you just need to be caring and compassionate, willing to learn and have good communications skills. You will benefit from on-the-job training so you can earn while you learn. Plus, you will also have the opportunity to chat to social care professionals from Calderdale Council and Calderdale Hospital at the Open Day, as well as find out about local college courses.

To find out more call Emily on 07900 061215 or visit the website at www.trailblazersocialcare.com

Afternoon Tea Dance with Elland Silver Band

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Put on your dancing shoes and enjoy an afternoon of waltzes, polkas, swing & jazz standards with Elland Silver Band on Sunday 28 October, 2:30pm-4:30pm at Baines Hall, Hullenedge Road, Elland HX5 0QY. Enjoy home-made cakes from Little Star Bakery.

This event is supported by the Calderdale Staying Well Project.

Admission tickets are £5 each, and tea/coffee and cakes can be ordered in advance for an additional £4 per person. Contact Kathleen Harrison on 01484 717126.

Dad’s Event with Elland Children’s Centre

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All dads, male carers and their children (3-10 years) are invited to join Elland Children’s Centre at C I Adventures, The Boiler House, Shaw Lodge Mills, Halifax HX3 9EZ on Saturday 29 September, 12:45pm-3:00pm for a FREE fun activity afternoon.

Activities include low ropes, bouldering, archery and indoor caving.

Booking is essential so please book your places by calling 01422 266197.

Chit Chat Group at Canon Winter Centre, Elland

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The Chit Chat group at the Canon Winter Centre, at All Saint’s Church, Elland HX5 0JF was started in March 2012, with 2 members at the first afternoon meeting. A dedicated and enthusiastic team of volunteers greatly outnumbered members on this occasion.​​

Numbers at meetings grew and because of the popularity of the group a morning session was introduced in January 2014.

The group meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month 10:00am to 12:00pm then 1:30pm to 3:30pm.

Meetings always start with Tea, Coffee, cakes and biscuits, along with a chat, both with new found friends, and friendships renewed.

Activities at meetings range from board games to Beethoven. Other sessions include Quiz’s, Crafts, Entertainers (including a Christmas Panto), and speakers on a variety of topics. Local schools have been in to entertain and interact with our members, bridging the generations.

A small charge is made on the day to cover running costs, and once a month a raffle is held with proceeds going to group funds.

What is provided

The aim is to provide:
– Meaningful Activities – Improved Wellbeing
– A connection to the community – Help to maximise the day
– A more fulfilling and enjoyable life

In all cases the aim is to encourage a healthier lifestyle for older people.

Community Transport

Should members require transport to attend meetings, this can be arranged through the Community Transport Calderdale car service. A small charge is made for this service.

For further information call 01422 256570 or email theaker@blueyonder.co.uk