Drop-in sessions have been set up to address the impact of the recent flooding in the region of Calderdale. You are invited to attend for your opportunity to discuss your concerns and propose your ideas.
Dates and locations:
- Wednesday 11 March – Mytholmroyd Community Centre, HX7 5AF 11am – 7pm
- Thursday 12 March – Southgate Methodist Church, Elland, HX5 0JL 11am – 7pm
- Friday 13 March – Todmorden Town Hall, OL14 5AA 11am – 7pm
- Tuesday 17 March – Hebden Bridge Town Hall, HX7 7BY 10am – 6pm
- Thursday 19 March – Brighouse Civic Hall, HD6 1RW 11am – 7pm
- Friday 20 March – Sowerby Bridge Cricket Club, HX6 1AN 11am – 7pm
Enjoy FREE entry to Lunchtime Live providing 2 hours of afternoon entertainment on Saturday 15 February 2020 – 1.30pm at Hope Baptist Chapel, Hebden Bridge, HX7 8EW.
The music will be provided by familiar faces on the local circuit and their musical influences come from far and wide;
- Annie Honjo – Hear echoes of the time she spent in Japan threaded through her original songs.
- Harmony Jar – Their dark country, folk and Americana sound will tug at your heartstrings.
- Logan and Manley – Providing an irresistible blend of bouncy reggae, sensitive soul and high energy grooves.
As ever, Lunchtime Live is free – Although you can pay as much as you can afford with all donations being split equally between the acts.
VAC is a local charity that provides a number of different services aimed at improving local lives. Over the recent months, VAC has developed a range of volunteering activities including the new mystery shopper project and support for the local organisation Weekend Care.
VAC has recently launched its newest pilot project called Molly and Bill; an acronym of ‘making our lives lively and being involved in local life’. The project is working with 5 Calderdale residential care homes and the Community Place at Calderdale Royal. VAC is partnering with the venues to provide an activity programme for their residents and guests. Creative and meaningful activities will be delivered across the venues by community groups, individuals and volunteers.
Liz North, co-ordinator for Molly and Bill, said
“We are really excited to be delivering this innovative project with our partners and are looking forward to working together to provide additional meaningful activities in the venues and also supporting residents to feel more connected to their local community. We are hoping this will be of real benefit to all involved.”
To make the project a success, VAC are currently recruiting volunteers who will support the activity provision, escort guests to community resources and provide one to one befriending.
In addition, VAC are also looking for organisations and individuals who have an interest in delivering creative, meaningful and healthy activities and be part of an extensive and exciting programme for residents and guests to access.
If you are interested in being involved please come and join us at one of our market stalls taking place throughout February:
- Todmorden market on the 9th February – 8.30am to 2pm
- Sowerby Bridge market on 14th February – 8.30am to 2pm
- Hebden Bridge market on the 16th February – 8.30am to 2pm
- Elland market on the 17th February – 8.30am to 12.30pm
- Halifax market on the 24th February – 8.30am to 2pm
Alternatively, if you can’t make one of the stalls please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01422 348777 for more information.
Molly and Bill is funded by Calderdale Metropolitan Borough Council, Calderdale NHS Clinical Commissioning Group and the National Lottery.
The Human Trafficking and Modern Day Slavery Awareness training is a FREE interactive half day training session for frontline workers, businesses and volunteers.
Wednesday 1 February 2017 – 1pm to 4.30pm
At Hebden Bridge Town Hall, St George’s St, Hebden Bridge, HX7 7BY
On completion of this session, participants will be able to;
- Explain what human trafficking is and the different types that exist
- Recognise the signs/indicators of different types of trafficking
- Respond appropriately to a victim / case of human trafficking
- How to notify in Calderdale and refer to the NRM
To book your FREE place, email email@example.com
If so, then go along to a session by Voluntary Action Calderdale on Monday 27 June from 10am to 1pm at Hebden Bridge Town Hall.
Places are limited and a full agenda will be sent to attendees a week before the event.
Please indicate your attendance by emailing Soo Nevison at firstname.lastname@example.org
Go along to find out more about the reasons why people move into permanent care. Help identify what more can be done to support people to live the life they choose and discuss how we can keep people safe and well in their own homes.
Monday 14 March 2016 – 1pm to 5pm
At Hebden Bridge Town Hall (Waterfront Hall Room)
The afternoon will include presentations and interactive activities with Tea/coffee and cake provided.
If you or anybody else would like to attend please email your booking request to email@example.com
The PRG Support Project at Voluntary Action Calderdale are putting on briefing sessions for anyone who wants to know more about Patient Reference Groups in Calderdale, how they operate and what activities they become involved in on the following dates:
- Tuesday 1 December 2015 – 5pm to 7pm – Voluntary Action Calderdale
- Thursday 28 January 2016 – 5pm to 7pm – Hebden Bridge Town Hall
- Tuesday 16 February 2016 – 5pm to 7pm – Central Methodist Church, Brighouse
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01422 438723 to book a place.
Calder Valley Supports Refugees presents The Fundraiser – a Musical Odyssey, packed with live entertainment and in aid of St Augustines Centre who work to support refugees and asylum seekers.
Wednesday 25 November – From 7.30pm
At The Trades Club, Holme St, Hebden Bridge, HX7 8EE
Andrew White will give an hour’s illustrated talk including some top tips about how to get your message across.
On Thursday 8 October 2015 – From 2.30pm
Hebden Bridge Town Hall, St George’s St, HX7 7BY
Tickets cost £5 (£3) including refreshments and transport can be arranged. Tickets can be purchased directly from Hebden Bridge Town Hall