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New this week:
- International Women’s Day events
- Paediatric First Aid training at Northowram & Shelf Hub
- Active Calderdale Sports Club Development Evening
- Dementia Friendly Film screening at Square Chapel *February 25*
- Calderdale Storm Updates: Flood hubs across Calderdale and Flood Appeal
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To celebrate the wonderful women of Halifax, this International Women’s Day will be marked by an event to bring women together to talk about the issues that matter to them and to promote wellbeing through pampering, relaxation, learning new skills and getting active.
On Sunday 8 March 2020, 11am – 4pm at St George’s House, Lilac Street, Lee Mount, Halifax, HX3 5BT
This event is open to all women and girls aged 12 or over. Please book on to one of the three sessions. Each session costs £5 per person and includes lunch and refreshments, a therapeutic treatment and activities, plus much more. Treatments include mini manicure by Passion Nails and Beauty in Lee Mount, reflexology, Indian Head massage or back massage (please note, mini manicure only available in sessions 1 and 2). The sessions are as follows:
- Session 1: 11am – 1pm: choice of treatment plus Bollywood Dance
- Session 2: 12.30pm – 2.30pm: Choice of treatment plus Zumba
- Session 3: 2pm – 4pm: Choice of treatment plus mindfulness
This event is a collaboration between North Halifax Partnership, St George’s Community Trust, Halifax Opportunities Trust and the Place Based Social Action Fund. We hope this will be just the start of something great so we will be using the small charge to start a fund for the benefit of women in the community.
Join North Halifax Partnership for FREE food and fun this February half term and learn how to cook simple, healthy and nutritious meals that don’t break the bank!
FOR FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN 0 – 12 YEARS
Mon 17 Feb | Wed 19 Feb | Fri 21 Feb 2020.
11am – 2pm. At New Beginnings Christian Centre, Nursery Lane, Ovenden HX3 5SW
Includes FREE handblender, ingredients package and recipes to take home!
BOOKING ESSENTIAL. Telephone North Halifax Partnership on 01422 251090
Explore the themes of each workshop and learn practical skills to support your wellbeing, through group work and discussion.
Tuesday 3 March
12.30 – 2.30pm at Holy Nativity Mixenden
Wednesday 11 March
12.30 – 2.30pm at Causey Hall, Halifax
Anger Managment – 3 week course
Tuesday 17/24/31 March
11am – 1pm at Causey Hall, Halifax
Tree of Life and Identity courses coming soon in April!
BOOKING ESSENTIAL. FOr more info or to book your place call 01422 345154 or email email@example.com
Leaving school or college this year and thinking about doing an apprenticeship? Don’t miss this event!
CK Careers invite you at the Shay Stadium on March 5 between 4 – 7pm, giving you the opportunity to explore apprenticeship options available to you.
Meet companies like Kirklees College, Calderdale College, Calderdale Council, Nufarm, White Rose School of Health & Beauty Huddersfield, KITS, Covea Insurance plc, Calderdale & Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust and more
For more information about this event and to connect, visit C&K Careers on Facebook
Canalside Comedy is gearing up for the next evening of comedy on 8th March. Top circuit names Paul Tonkinson and Scott Bennett are joined by newer acts, Liam Pickford and Celya Ab and your host for the evening will be the talented Bobby Murdoch.
Tickets for what is sure to be another great evening of comedy at Hebden Bridge Little Theatre are already on sale, price £14. Doors open at 7pm, show starts at 8pm. Sign up to the Canalside Comedy Newsletter for a 10% discount code and find full details of the acts at http://www.canalsidecomedy.co.uk
Yorkshire man, Paul Tonkinson has long upheld his esteemed reputation as one of the finest stand-ups the UK has to offer. With a unique and distinctive style, Tonkinson is noted for his effervescent physicality and skilful impressions, which bring alive exuberant, tender comic reflections on love, family and the day-to-day idiosyncrasies of 21st century living. A plethora of first-class material, combined with tremendous charm and irrepressible, infectious energy make for quite a formidable talent.
Liam Pickford has crafted his own unique brand of stand up, mixing cleverly honed material and punchlines with excitingly unpredictable audience interaction. All this, mixed in with a hint of ‘whimsy’ and clever observations whilst delivered in a wonderfully unenthusiastic and grumpy style. It has been said if Stewart Lee, Jack Dee and Morrissey ever had a child together then Liam is who they would call son.
Celya Ab is a most unique emerging talent. Originally from Paris, and of French-Algerian origin Celya is now residing in the sunny city of Birmingham. Celya’s sharp wit brings a unique look into life as a EU expat living in post-Brexit Britain.
Scott Bennett’s stand up just gets better and better. Already being compared to the like of Peter Kay, Jason Manford and John Bishop he’s surely got a bright future. Naturally hilarious, Scott is immediately engaging with his brilliantly worded observations. See him at an intimate gig at Hebden Bridge Little Theatre before he starts stadium tours!
Compare Bobby Murdoch is instantly likeable and has the ability to take you on a journey with him. A master of short stories and silly jokes. Bobby has great variation in his show with witty one liners and amazingly funny stories.
Please note that Flood hubs have been set up across Calderdale district to assist local residents/businesses. For more information please contact Calderdale Council on 01422 288001.
Read all about it at the Halifax Courier website:
How you can help in aftermath of Storm Ciara floods in Calderdale