A new support group for women is starting on Wednesday 9 January 2019, 6.30pm
Offering a safe environment with support from therapists and medical professionals for a variety of different needs.
At St George’s House, 2 Lilac Street, Lee Mount HX3 5BT
Tea, coffee and cakes available with a group chat or a more private 1-1.
Come along! Bring a friend or a neighbour
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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.
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Calderdale SmartMove is a registered charity assisting homeless and vulnerably housed people to access accommodation and skills.
Our volunteers come from many walks of life: Health workers, Waiters, Students, Job Seekers, Drivers, Sports Centre Workers, People who have been homeless, Retired people, ex Teachers and many more.
There are lots of ways you can get involved. Come on down to our volunteer event this New Year and find out how!
On Tuesday 8 January 2019 from 10am – 1pm at Halifax Fire Station, Skircoat Moor Rd, HX1 3JF Halifax, West Yorkshire
As a volunteer with SmartMove you will play a crucial role, adding enormous value to the services we are able to provide. Volunteer representation is encouraged at every level of the organisation.
Be part of a Better Future for All Generations
You may not have heard of North Halifax Partnership but we bet you’ll know some of the things we’ve done…There’s lots more coming up, and you can be part of it!
Find out more at our Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 28 November 2018 at 5pm at Threeways Centre, Ovenden, HX3 5SW
Light buffet and refreshments.
Email Liz.email@example.com or ring 01422 251090 if you want to come to the AGM!
Or register on Eventbrite here
More people than ever joined the Ash Green School lantern parade this year following lantern making sessions from NHP Sure Start Children’s Centres and Family Support teams and extra Project Twelve:31 sessions at The Addy and Mixenden Activity Centre provided by Mixenden Initiative.
Children and families were treated to a spooky show outside the library from the Three Witches of Mixenden, the Project Twelve:31 Zombie Girl’s Group and Donald Trump’s hairy rotten toe!
Ensuring a safe and successful parade were Ash Green school staff and teachers, Calderdale Council’s Community Wardens, local Police Officers from West Yorkshire Police and Project_Twelve:31 volunteers.
Special thanks to Jill Barker and Mixenden Activity Centre for the loan of the bikes, the boys activity sessions and the Witches fabulous hair pieces, and to Mixenden Libary for allowing us to use the Library space for getting ready and decorating.
Photography by Rev Robb Sutherland of Holy Nativity Church.
Project 12 Zombie Girl’s Group
Hair pieces by Jill Barker (MAC)
Donald’s rotten big toe!
Light up Bikes outside Mixenden Activity Centre
Quitting smoking is easier with the right support. Find what works best for you at Stoptober or get the Stoptober app and track your progress, see how much you’re saving and get daily support. You can also check your carbon monoxide levels at one of these sessions.
You can quit at any time during the year with the help of Yorkshire Smokefree Calderdale. With access to specialist advisers on the telephone or live chat you can quit through the online tool or go to face-to-face group sessions, whatever suits you best. Be inspired!
North Halifax Staying Well Steering Group and Phoenix Shed (Men in Sheds) invite you to a Men’s Activities Networking Event on Thursday 8 November 2018.
1pm – 4pm at Threeways Centre, Nursery Lane, Ovenden, HX3 5SW.
The event will focus on activities that get men talking, socialising and doing things to improve their wellbeing.
There will be a variety of workshops, demonstrations and talks on the agenda from some local groups who are already reaching men with significant success, including,
- Phoenix Shed
- Andy’s Man Club
- Men United
- Halifax Rugby League Foundation
Open to all men, women and community groups who want to discover what works to engage men and what doesn’t. Have you got an idea for an activity that could improve the health and wellbeing of men in Calderdale? Come along to our networking event and see who else might be able to help you?
Please email Hayley.firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your space and ensure we have enough cake to go round!