The Last Memory play in Elland

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Join Staying Well on Wednesday 25 September, 7pm at Elland Cricket Club for a performance of the moving play ‘The Last Memory’ by Alan Stockdill.

The play tells the story of how Talking Stock producer, Catherine Pasek cared for her father in his final years and the challenges and experiences of living with dementia.

Call us to book a FREE ticket or for more information – 01422 392767.the last memory.png

Brass lessons for children with Elland Silver Band

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Is your child interested in learning to play a brass instrument?

We have instruments available and places in our Beginner’s Class for children aged 7 upwards. Complete beginners are welcome, no experience necessary.

We also welcome children who may have some experience of playing through school to our Starter Band.

Classes are held on a Monday evenings, 6.30pm – 7.30pm for £10 per month. Why not pop along for a FREE taster session?

TO book your place, please send Elland Silver Band a message on Facebook and we will send you an application form. Or contact our Musical Director, Samantha Harrison on 01484 717126.

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Lower Valley Friday Flyer 30 August 2019 – OUT NOW!!

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Click here to view the latest Lower Valley Friday Flyer…


  • ASK the Police! 
  • Space @ Field Lane news
  • Current VACANCIES with Greetland Academy Trust
  • And what’s on this weekend including Brighouse and Rastrick Band and FREE Gymnastics taster sessions in Brighouse

Have a great weekend!

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Bat Walk and Talk

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Saturday 14 September 2019, 7.30 – 9.30pm at Cromwell Bottom Nature Reserve, Elland

Hosted walk and talk by Calderdale Council Countryside team. Meet Robin Dalton at 7:30pm in the car park.

Bring torches/warm clothes/insect repellent etc.

If weather is adverse, folk can contact Robin on 07712867619 to check that the event is going ahead.

Do Something Oct 19 – Jan 20

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The Do Something Booklet for Oct 19 – Jan 20 is now available & so are tickets for events & activities.

Booking is essential via

Calderdale has some fantastic events planned from Busy Babies to make your own Roving Spacecraft. Dear Zoo, make a stop-Motion video, design your own Bloxels video game or learn to code with a micro bit, we have something for everyone CMBC #TakeALook #BookYourTickets


New Lunch Club at Space, Field Lane

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Come along and enjoy a 2 course lunch @ the Space Field Lane every third Friday of the month starting in September.

The new lunch clubs are delivered by Disability Partnership Calderdale with support from The Space @ Field Lane.

The lunch club costs just £3.99 and includes a 2-course hot meal, plus quizzes, live entertainment, singers, and various activities including chair exercises and Kurling.

The venue is fully accessible to people who have disabilities, and accessible transport can be arranged if required.

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Players Wanted for Old Brodleians RUFC

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IS YOUR CHILD IN YEAR 1, 2 or 3? If they’d like to give rugby a go…  now is the perfect time to join us #newseason

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Our junior rugby actually starts with our Brods Tots sessions for 3 to 5 year olds before the Age Grade Rugby begins with our Under 6s, all for boys and girls, all on Sunday mornings.

We have a team for every year group from Under 6s, Under 7s…. through to our Under 19s and ensure every player, at all levels, is able to enjoy rugby in a safe environment where they can develop their personal and social skills as well as a wide array of transferable multi-sports skills.

Rugby for our Year 1, 2 and 3 players focusses on development through fun, active, non-contact sessions and we’re about to get underway for another season!

👉 Drop us a message on Facebook to find out more or to bring your youngster to a free taster session!

About our club

  • The Brods is based here in Hipperholme, has been part of the community for almost 90 years and is an RFU Accredited Club.
  • All our coaches are DBS checked and have access to numerous coaching courses and resources. Parents frequently enrol to take an active role in their child’s rugby and we always support this.
  • In terms of player numbers were actually one of Yorkshire’s biggest rugby union clubs and are proud of our family-friendly reputation.
  • Brods juniors have gone on to play district, county and national representative rugby and we’re proud of everyone of them!

If Teamwork, Respect, Enjoyment, Discipline and Sportsmanship are all values that are important to you then join the club!  You’ll have a warm welcome guaranteed