Staying Well

Archery Taster Session with Community Transport Calderdale

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Ever fancied having a go at something different?  Why not try archery?

Community Transport Calderdale have teamed up with the energetic folk at CI Adventures to bring you a great afternoon taster session.

The itinerary for the afternoon of Friday 15 September 2017 is:-

Arranged transport from local pick up points (Times to be advised)

Arrive at venue – 1pm

Introduction and H&S briefing – 1pm to 1.15pm
Archery session – 1.15pm to 2.45pm
Refreshments (Tea/Coffee) 2.45pm
Close of session approx 3pm

Children aged 6+ with an accompanying adult are welcome to join the session.

Return transport to local pick up points.

This is a great opportunity to try something new!  This session is open to all – any age, any ability.

Price for the activity day – £14 per person

Price includes accessible transport to and from the venue (Local pick up points)

To reserve your place please complete the reservation form at http://www.ctcalderdale.co.uk/archery-taster-session.html

Brighouse Oddfellows Friendship Month Meeting

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As part of Oddfellows Friendship Month 1 -30 September, Brighouse Oddfellows are hosting an all-day tea party on Saturday 2 September 2017 10:00 – 14:00 at Oddfellows Hall, Brighouse.

There will be tea & biscuits (and some buns) and time to have a chat, take part in table quizzes etc.

For more information call Andrew or Lynn on 01484 324929. 

If you would like to advertise this event, download the poster

Lower Valley Friday Flyer 11 August – OUT NOW!!

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Lower Valley Logo

Click here to view the latest Lower Valley Friday Flyer …

Featuring:

  • Halifax Agricultural Show 2017
  • Important safety information on Snap Map
  • Victim Support launch live chat service
  • Cromwell Bottom Wildlife Group Open Day
  • Musical Afternoon at Blackley Baptist Church
  • Weekly message from the NHP Energy Levels Project!

Have a great weekend!

If you’re on our mailing list the Friday Flyer will arrive direct to your inbox every Friday. Join the mailing list by emailing calderdalelowervalley@gmail.com

Our Place Celebrating Their Move – Saturday 29 July

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Our Place are having an Open Day to launch their new venue, name change,
Saturday 29 July 2017 from 10am to 3pm at Heath Club, Manor Drive, Halifax
Tombola, raffle, pre-loved stall, refreshments, other organisations and more….
Please feel free to go along and meet them and spread the word!

Our Place is a local charity which provides day care at weekends for Calderdale residents aged 50 or over, including transport provision, a two-course meal, refreshments throughout the day, day trips/events and entertainment.They take referrals from individuals, GPs, Health Professionals, Social Services and Families or Carers, and also provide respite for carers, who can bring their cared-for to our centre and then have a day to themselves.

If you feel this service may be of use to yourself or others please get in touch with Melanie Rumble, Weekend Care Coordinator email: melanie.rumble@cvac.org.uk or phone 07548 249813

XenZone Online Counselling through Kooth and Qwell

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XenZone was founded in 2001 to make it easy and safe for all generations to access the best mental health and emotional well-being services as and when they need them.
They use technology to remove the barriers hindering children, young people and adults from seeking mental health support. Technology helps to increase access and removes the stigma associated with reaching out for help. They work closely with the NHS, CCGs, local authorities and other health and social well-being organisations to deliver an innovative approach to mental health delivery.
They are pioneers of online counselling and emotional well-being support. In 2004, they founded Kooth, the first online counselling and therapy service for children and young people in the UK.
Following on from Kooth’s success they launched an online counselling and well-being platform for adults, Qwell.
Digital is at the heart of all they do, underpinned by their deep-rooted philosophy of co-production and joining-up with traditional services.
While digital increases accessibility, is native to many young people and convenient for all, there are times when face-to-face is more appropriate. They work with  stakeholders, commissioners and partners to develop an integrated approach, taking the benefits of digital and coupling them with face-to-face services.

More information about XenZone can be found by downloading their brochure