North and East Halifax Friday Flyer 21 July – OUT NOW!!

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Featuring

  • Summer Programme with Project_Twelve:31!
  • Photos from West View Park Family Fun Day!
  • Weekly message from the NHP Energy Levels Project!

The Friday Flyer is our weekly e-newsletter which includes upcoming events, activities, information, local services and themes. We hope you will find this informative and useful. Let us know what you think.

Have a great weekend!

Andy’s Man Club at Hebden Bridge Town Hall

Andy’s Man Club is a talking group, a place for men to come together in a safe environment to talk about issues/problems they be have faced or currently been facing. The benefit is there are other men who have been in similar situations and can help you with advice on how they have dealt with the situation. Some of our aims are to provide beneficial services, we will look at bringing in solicitors who can give advice about fathers seeing their children, running debt management classes for those with gambling addictions or money troubles as well as the possibility of anger management classes and even activity sessions ranging from sports like Rugby, Football, Basketball to walks and Fitness classes. Chat conversation end.

Every Monday, Hebden Bridge Town Hall 7pm.

FREE Holiday Rugby Taster Sessions at Ovenden Park

Once again Halifax RUFC is offering FREE holiday rugby taster sessions at Ovenden Park on Keighley Road. The sessions are open to both girls and boys in groups 5-10 and 11-16. Sessions are:

  • Tuesday 1 August 11:30 – 13:30
  • Tuesday 8 August 11:30 – 13:30
  • Tuesday 15 August 11:30 – 13:30

A cooked lunch will be provided at the end of each session for players and their parents. Places are limited so book your place by call  07966 295888 or visiting http://www.halifaxrugby.com/

Places for People have properties for 55+ in Mytholmroyd

Places for People currently have available apartments at Elphaborough Close in Mytholmroyd which have been fully refurbished following the floods. They want to promote the benefits of living in this type of accommodation. Residents in their over 55 living accommodation have their own apartment but also benefit from access to a communal lounge where they can meet with neighbours and enjoy social activities. They also have access to our 24 hour Alarm system which gives access to assistance in emergency situations for added peace of mind. The apartments all have new kitchens and tiled bathroom with shower cubicles.

The Places for People website is the quickest way to access accommodation at www.placesforpeople.co.uk/rent

Self Discovery Peer Support Group – Tuesdays at Hanson Lane

Staying Well now have a peer support group every Tuesday 11 – 12 at the Hanson Lane Staying Well Hub (at the Hanson Lane Enterprise Centre).

This is a safe space to discuss any problems or issues in a friendly atmosphere with professional 1:1 support if needed. On the other hand, sometimes all you want is a cup of tea (or coffee!) and a chat.

Call Helen for more information on 01422 347392

Next Friends of Roils Head Meeting

10am Saturday 22 July 2017

At Grace Baptist Church, Roils Head Road, Halifax, HX2 0LH

On the agenda

  • The Local Plan
  • Future Priorities
  • Community Building

The aims of the The Friends of Roils Head group are to:

Protect, conserve and enhance Roils Head Moor (previously known as Highroad Well Moor) as a place of recreation, education and enjoyment for the long-term benefit of all sections of the local community and schools.
Gather input from local people and representative groups so that the moor may best serve the local community.

Community and Curry in Mixenden

On Wednesday afternoon staff from Halifax Central Initiative went to Holy Nativity in Mixenden to show more than twenty residents how to make traditional homemade curry. Local ladies from Park ward went along with all of the ingredients and expertise to produce a cheap and amazing home cooked meal.

Read more on the Halifax Central Initiative Blog…

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