There’s lots going on in and around Illingworth and the combined July and August edition of the Illingworth Messenger which contains details of events, activities, local news and much more!
The messenger is advertising the next Daisy Chain Cafe on Wednesday 10 July, Cafe at the Moor, help with quitting smoking, and much more!
A reminder also that the Boys Brigade 50th Anniversary event is on Saturday 29 June, 6:00pm with a pie and pizza supper at 8:00pm
As usual lots of local services are advertised and there are updates of local teams etc.
Read the latest messenger here …
If you would like something advertised in the Illingworth Messenger, items can be handed in to your church representative, dropped off at Illingworth Moor Good-As-New Shop or emailed direct to Irene Mulhall at email@example.com
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A new youth group, ‘The Group With No Name’
has recently started at Lee Mount Baptist Church
, 18 Melbourne Street HX3 5DF meeting on Friday 28 June 2019, 7:00pm-8:30pm.
Other meetings will be on 12 July and 26 July at the same times as above.
The group is in its infancy, and is best suited to school years 6/7 as they are leaving or have left recently their local junior school and may wish to retain their local connections via this group. They do though have one year 9 attendee.
For more information contact Sharon Tyler-McDonnell on 07871 910300.
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Are you 16-25? Want to learn new skills?
There is a Taster Day about boxing on Monday 8 July 2019.
The actual Course Dates are from 15 July to 19 July 2019.
At Halifax Fire Station you will meet new people and improve your skills by working on a group challenges as well as learning how to deliver a training session.
Not only will it help you discover new talents, but you could also secure a qualification and benefit from support from our staff or one of our mentors to help you uncover your next steps.
The course is free and all boxing is non-contact. On the course you will:
- Gain an introduction into coaching, pad work and nutrition
- Improve confidence and communication
- Workout with local professional boxers and sports coaches
- Spend the week in a fire station with fire fighters and get to use some of the equipment
Travel expenses will be paid on programme and you’ll receive a free T-shirt.
It will not affect your benefits and you will have up to three months support from the Prince’s Trust.
To join the course or find out more:
- Search ‘Prince’s Trust’
- Text ‘Call me’ to 07983 385418
- Call for free on 0800 842842
Mount Zion Methodist Heritage Chapel, Per Lane, Ogden HX2 8XG is holding a concert by Singspiration, a local community fun choir on Monday 8 July, 6:30pm.
There is a suggested £3 donation for adult entry which will be donated to charity.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
Singspiration Choir are a friendly, fun choir who enjoy singing and the benefits singing can have. They believe singing promotes a sense of well being, builds confidence and is good for both physical and mental health.
They meet on Mondays, 6:00pm – 8:00pm (with a little break for a cuppa and a chit chat) at Halifax Golf Club, Union Lane, Ogden, HX2 8XR.
There are no auditions, no music to read, and they sing a variety of music styles. They try not to use musical terms and refer to each section as tops, middles and bottoms. Choir members are free to decide which part they want to sing in.
Anyone over 16 yrs welcome.
For more information please call either Linda 07739 397892, or Pat on 01422 244854 or 07940 293578 or look them up on Facebook.
The choir are very friendly and always look forward to meeting new people interested in singing in the choir and having fun.
The Creative Learning Guild
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now based at Causey Hall
want a society in which diverse, innovative, creative education is the status quo. CLG believes the best way to achieve this is by inspiring, connecting and championing allies who also share these values.
The space at Causey Hall has been renovated into a completely accessible, state of the art learning space including a large hall, meeting room, breakout space and our offices.
The hall is currently home to babyballet, purple patch arts, Calderdale Theatre School amongst others.
Calderdale Adult Learning run ESOL classes and a growing number of groups are using us to host meetings or events.
As an arts education charity all of the income goes back into meeting the;
- Vision: Creativity is nurtured in everyone
- Mission: To connect people, places and resources so that creative learning thrives
- Aims: Increasing access to creative learning: creating physical spaces, delivery partnerships and programmes in which creative learning activities can take place
Hiring The Guild at Causey Hall
The Guild at Causey Hall, Dispensary Walk, Halifax, HX1 1QR, is now available to hire by community groups and businesses. For images of the architects’ plans and renovations work keep an eye on our image gallery and for more information about the type of facilities we’ll be able to offer see the drop downs below.
If you have a group or event that would benefit from meeting and working in a creative environment please call Gabs Naddeo on 01422 383191 or email email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org. They will be happy to explore with you how our space could meet your needs.
- Disabled access
- Disabled Toilets
- Baby Changing Facilities
- Catering – there is a kitchenette available for your use. You can either provide your own catering or the Guild can recommend excellent local suppliers. Tea and coffee is available on request
- IT Equipment – Wi-Fi available. Give the Guild a call to chat through your AV, projector and other requirements
- Workshop Equipment – discuss ways to support your creative learning with materials and equipment
Click here to view the latest Friday Flyer…
- Ward Forum Grants Open for Applications
- Have Your Say! Mixenden Ward Forum Next Week
- Getting Ready for West View Park Family Fun Day
- Armed Forces Event in Halifax Town Centre
- Garden Party at Mount Zion Methodist Heritage Chapel
- Great Get Togethers at Hebden Bridge Park and at Bankfield Museum
- Routes Festival at Square Chapel Arts Centre
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The ever popular ward forum grants scheme for 2019/2020 is back, if you have an idea for a project that is going to benefit your local community and need a small grant of up to £500 then please apply. The criteria for the grant is quite varied but it must benefit the community, it is preferred that your group has a constitution and bank account, but if you haven’t you still may get funding.
If you have an idea for a project in your area and want some advice then please contact Tony King on 0300 555 0266 or email Tony.firstname.lastname@example.org
One thing you must do is make sure you put as much information on the application form, many projects will not be funded due to poor application forms.
The deadline for the first round of grants is 31st August 2019.
The deadline for the second round of grants is 30th November 2018.
However if you would like a grant before the deadlines please submit your application and include why you need the grant before the deadline.
To apply for the grant please open the link below;