North Halifax Partnership

NHP Thank you notes 20/11/20 – submit yours!

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Welcome to our weekly round of Thank You notes.

Each week we will be publishing notes submitted to us, thanking those who have made a difference or a positive impact to somebody.

If you wish to deliver your own NHP Thank-You, click here.

Dawn Edwards
Dawn ensured that all the pupils at Dean Field School received their free school meal vouchers each week during lockdown. She went above and beyond for the school. Thank-You!
FROM Fiona Pether
Loraine Stansfield
Loraine made sure that children received food parcels, clothing and other items like school work packs each week. She delivered them all by hand in the school mini bus and kept everyone going!
From Fiona Pether
Vicky Mitchell
Vicky kept our school open, safe and clean all through lockdown and beyond. She is a superstar! Thank-You!
From Fiona Pether
All the Teachers at Dean Field School
Thank you to all the teachers at Dean Field for their commitment to the pupils of North Halifax and Dean Field. ThankYou!
From Fiona Pether
Paul Holdsworth (Hub cafe Threeways)
Thank you for the support he has given to the North Halifax Community since the start of the COVID 19 pandemic in March 2020, through setting up and running a Foodbank to support the vulnerable and needy.
From Lawrence Fear

Community Gymnastics- Hailey and Sarah

Thank you Hailey Dundavan for getting this started and keeping it going through lockdowns and holidays! Big thanks to Sarah Duffin for all you do to support Hailey too.
FROM LAWRENCE FEAR

 

NHP Thank you notes 13/11/20 – submit yours!

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Welcome to our weekly round of Thank You notes.

Each week we will be publishing notes submitted to us, thanking those who have made a difference or a positive impact to somebody.

If you wish to deliver your own NHP Thank-You, click here.

Natalie Ratner and Jamie Lister

Thank you both for your help and encouragement and all your help and advice with starting the “ Paddock- Community Garden”

– from Joan and Lynne

 

Community Gymnastics- Hailey and Sarah

Thank you Hailey Dundavan for getting this started and keeping it going through lockdowns and holidays! Big thanks to Sarah Duffin for all you do to support Hailey too.

 

Previous week’s thank you posts:

 

Lynne Caldwell and Joan Tillotson at The Paddock Community Garden
A huge thank you to Joan and Lynne for their vision, perseverance and commitment to provide a community garden for the people of Ovenden, bringing people together and growing food for local people, especially during these challenging times! A fabulous idea has been brought to life by a fabulous pair of ladies – thank you so much.

Morrisons and Noahs Ark
Morrisons supermarket really stepped up in the community by feeding the nation with there donations to feed the nation , Andrew Sykes from Noahs ArK Centre working along side morrisons he was fantastic with donations making sure no one went with out food during covid and again now in lockdown he his working hard repeating the food donations


Vicky McGhee
Thank You for believing in Us…and keeping Us feeling positive during uncertain times

Sharma -Costcutters Illingworth
Thank you for everything you do for the North Halifax Community Not just selling Food /Holding competitions for children /Raffles/Food parcels /Looking out for vulnerable members of the community and packed lunches for children the list is endless also having the time to encourage and supporting other local business YOU ARE STARS

Gail Crabtree
Congratulations to Gail Crabtree (Children’s Centre Manager) for her 30 years service with North Halifax Partnership and Calderdale Council. A huge thank you from the NHP Board, Gail for all your years of passion, enthusiasm and commitment to working with children and Families, it has been truly appreciated and long may it continue!

Chris Harvey
Chris Harvey is volunteer and committee member with Memory Lane Cafe and has helped local people with dementia throughout the coronavirus by using Facebook and the internet to organise online quizzes, musical bingo, singalongs and coordinated volunteers to deliver activities and games, shopping.

Amy Powell-Bevan
A huge thank you to Amy for all her support for the community when doing litter picks during this very challenging time. She has continued to provide an efficient and reliable service and helped to ensure community litter picks have been COVID secure. Thank you also for being so friendly and enthusiastic – we really appreciate it!

Irene Mullhall
Thank You for the Illingworth Messenger

Dave and Liz at the Fountain Head Community Pub
A massive shout out to Liz and Dave at the Fountain Head Community Pub for supporting the local community during the Coronavirus pandemic, providing friendship, support and food to those in need. Also for their hard work and vision to bring the community together and provide a much needed community space at the Fountain Head. Thank you for all you do!


Jaime Lister
Thank you for your motivation, how you’ve made me aware that there’s always a way, for not giving up and for being a source of cheer!

Irene Mullhall
Thank you for keeping the Illingworth Messenger going you are a true North Halifax Star

Update on Saturday Splat at Wellholme Children’s Centre

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Saturday Splat is a group for Parents and Carers of children with additional needs and their siblings of any age.

It is a fun environment where families can engage together in varied activities for just £1.50 per family.

This is a drop-in session and therefore no booking is required.

Wellholme Park Children’s Centre

First Saturday in every month (second Saturday if the first falls on a Bank Holiday weekend except for April and August – no session)
10.00am–11.30am

For more information contact Wellholme Park Children’s Centre on: 01484 714768

Saturday Splat will be held on the following dates:

  • 6 January
  • 3 February
  • 3 March
  • No Saturday Splat on 7 April – closed for Easter Break 
  • 12 May
  • 2 June
  • 7 July
  • No Saturday Splat on 4 August – closed for summer break 
  • 1 September
  • 6 October
  • 3 November

NHP Energy Levels – Boosting Your Energy, Saving You Money

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Our NHP Energy Levels Project is all about helping you to make the most of your fuel – whether it’s the food you eat or the gas and electricity you use in your home.

Look out in our Sure Start Children’s Centres across the Lower Valley and North and East Halifax, and at our Staying Well activities for our seasonal campaigns and ways that you can get involved.

Take our quiz to test your knowledge on how much money you can save by making small changes around your home or simply sign up now to receive handy energy saving tips and entry into a our free prize draws where you could win yourself some energy saving goodies.

Find out more at northhalifaxpartnership.org/energy-levels/ or click the images below to take our quiz or join up to start saving today.