Kershaws Garden Centre
There are lot’s of activities and events happening at Kershaw’s Garden Shopping Centre starting with Santa arriving on Saturday 17 November, 11:00am on a sleigh pulled by Rudolph the vintage tractor launching the family Fun day.
On Saturday 1 December, 4:00pm-7:00pm will be a Community Festive Evening including the Christmas Lights switch on. Entry is FREE but donations are welcome to support local charities.
The Tree Festival and Trail will be open throughout December up to 23rd from 10:00am to 7:30pm.
On Saturday 16 December, 1:00pm-2:00pm there will be Santa Paws raising funds for local animal charities.
On Saturday 17 November, 11:00am, Santa will arrive on a sleigh pulled by Rudolph the vintage tractor at Kershaw’s Garden Shopping Centre launching the family Fun day.
There will be free face painting & mince pies, fun and games, competitions, balloon magic, Christmas crafts and special offers for mums and dads, with music from Hipperholme community choir
Santa will be at the garden centre until Christmas and children can visit Santa’s Grotto at just £7.99 per child. See the website for booking details at www.kershawgardencentre.co.uk/santa
Once again, Kershaw’s Garden Centre is holding some fun and interesting events over the half term.
Drop in anytime 10:00am-12:00pm to see;
- Monday 29 October – Monsters & Witches
- Tuesday 30 October – cats, bats & spider’s webs
- Wednesday 31 October – Halloween crafts
- Thursday 1 November – Farmyard animals
- Friday 2 November – Rockets & Shooting Stars
There will be a small charge for materials.
Halloween Makeovers will be made on Wednesday 31 October, 10:00am-4;45pm when you can be transformed into a Halloween character of your choice. Fancy dress not included.
Look forward to Santa’s Arrival on Saturday 17 November, 11:00am as part of the Family Fun Day taking place 10:30am–3:30pm
Online Booking Now Open for Santa’s Grotto
Please phone for further details: Kershaw’s Garden Centre, Halifax Road, Brighouse Tel: 01484 713435 www.kershawgardencentre.co.uk
Halifax football author and historian Mark Metcalf will be signing copies of ‘FLYING OVER AN OLIVE GROVE’, the remarkable story of Fred Spiksley at Kershaw’s Garden Centre on Sunday 17 December, 11am – 2pm.
Gainsborough lad Spiksley was amongst the first generation of teenagers who, in 1885, could aspire to be a professional footballer and dodge the inevitability of industrial labour.
He became the first player to score 3 against Scotland, a feat that saw him chased along the touchline by the future Queen of England. He scored both of the Sheffield Wednesday goals when they became the first Yorkshire side to win the FA Cup in 1896. He later led Wednesday to League title success in 1903. He scored over 300 career goals and retains the highest goals-to-game ratio of any winger in the history of English football.
When he finished playing football he took to the stage and acted alongside Charlie Chaplin on over 50 occasions. He then became a world famous coach and was the first to coach on three continents. He managed 1FC Nuremburg in 1914 and when WWI started he was, like all British citizens in Germany, imprisoned. He escaped and later returned to the country and won the Germany title with Nuremburg. In 1929, Spiksley helped make the first speaking coaching film for young people.
On Sunday 30 April 2017, the Tour de Yorkshire will be passing through Brighouse town centre. We would like to decorate Brighouse to welcome the cyclists and visitors, but to do this we need your help.
Do you have spare wool that you could donate, can you knit, crochet or sew? You could help make yellow jersey bunting, flowers, pom poms, leaves, squares, strips which can then be sewn together to create features. If you can make it we can use it!
The chosen charity of the Tour de Yorkshire this year is the Alzheimer’s Society, Alzheimers Disease is the most common cause of Dementia. The logo of the Society is the Forget-me-not, so we would like as many knitted/crocheted Forget-me-nots as possible to create a special feature.
As the Tour de Yorkshire takes place on the same weekend as the Brighouse Spring Market we hope to create a Yarn Trail to entertain visitors, young and old alike.
To find out more about how you can get involved drop into Wesley House at Central Methodist Church on Tuesday’s at 7pm, information can also be found at Baa Baa Brighouse in Rastrick, Pot Spot in Brighouse and Samuel Taylors at Kershaw’s Garden Centre, Halifax Road.
Donations can also be dropped off at any of those locations.
Kershaw’s Garden Centre are once again holding their popular children’s craft sessions to entertain the younger members of the community over the holiday period.
Monday 20 to Friday 24 February – 10am to 12noon daily
At Kershaw’s Garden Shopping Centre, Halifax Road, Brighouse, HD6 2QD
- Mon 20 February – Feathered friends
- Tues 21 February – Superheroes
- Wed 22 February – Potato Heads
- Thurs 23 February – Corner Characters
- Fri 24 February – Farmyard Animals
There will be a £1 charge for materials.
If you require further information email email@example.com or call 01484 713435
With Christmas just around the corner Santa Paws will be at Kershaws Garden Centre waiting to meet and greet your four legged friends with a gift!
Monday 19 December – 11am to 12pm
At Kershaw’s Garden Centre, Halifax Rd, Brighouse, HD6 2QD
All breeds, pups, seniors and sizes are welcome and as this is the season for giving, Kershaws are teaming up with the RSPCA Halifax, Huddersfield and District Branch to see if customers will help animals less fortunate than their own and make a donation to give them a better life in 2017.
See Santa himself arrive on a sleigh pulled by Rudolph the vintage tractor to launch the 2016 Kershaws family fun day with FREE face painting, mince pies, crafts, fun and games and much more.
Saturday 19 November 2016 – from 11am
At Kershaws Garden Centre, Halifax Rd, Brighouse, HD6 2QD
Santa will be at the garden centre every weekend until Christmas, as well as the Santa Experience from 19 to 24 December.
Santa will also be joined by Bricksy the hound dog from Bricks for kids
For further information contact Mark Yates / Liz Kenny on 01484 713435 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Students from Bradford College Media Make Up & Special effects department will be providing a FREE Hollywood style Halloween makeover.
Monday 31 October 2016 – 10am to 4.45pm
At Kershaws Garden Centre, Halifax Road, Brighouse, HD6 2QD
In this free event the students will practice their make up skills to provide (fake) wounds, vampire & zombie looks ideal for Trick or Treat & Halloween parties.
For further information call Kershaw’s Garden Centre on 01484 713435 or email email@example.com
Enjoy some Half Term Halloween fun at Kershaw’s Garden Centre this October between 10am and 12pm on the following dates’
- Monday 24 October – Spiders Webs
- Tuesday 25 October – Dracula & Witches
- Wednesday 26 October – Cootie catches
- Thursday 27 October – Spooky bats
- Friday 28 October – Wobbly characters
Bulb planting every day and there will be a small charge for materials
If you would like further information please call Kershaw’s Garden Centre on 01484 713435