Harveys of Halifax
This July in the estate of Castle Carr, their famous gravity fed fountain will once again rise magnificently into the sky.
Sunday 2 July 2017 – A picturesque walk, 2.5 miles each way will commence from the Cat I’th Well Inn at 12noon prompt.
The estate will be open from noon until 3. Suitable footwear should be worn as parts of the walk are wet and muddy and uneven.
The fountain itself will play from 2pm for just over 15 minutes.
Organised again by the Rotary Club of Halifax, and with permission granted by Yorkshire Water and the land owner, it is again hoped the fountain will reach a height of over 100 feet.
This is strictly a ticket only event. Tickets costing £5 each can be purchased from the Crossroad Inn, the Cat ith Well Inn, Woodlesford Newsagents near Mount Tabor and Harvey’s of Halifax ( 3rd Floor Customer Services).
For families, a ticket enabling entry for two adults and up to three children is available for £15. Children under 5 have free entry. Well behaved dogs are welcome, but must be kept on a lead. Tickets can also be booked online here
The second Halifax Art and Photography Festival will see a variety of activity across Halifax Town Centre and will include plenty of FREE things to be involved in including:
- Art, Sculpture and Photography Galleries
- Art and Craft Workshops
- Art and Photography Market
- Live music
- FREE Face Painting and Balloons
Get involved on Saturday 16 April at various locations in Halifax. Pick up your festival brochure from Halifax Central Library & Calderdale Tourist Information Centres for more information.