Take a look at what is available for residents of Pellon and Mount Tabor. There are many options for gentle exercise including Tai-Chi and a wealth of social activities, including arts and crafts, singing groups and coffee mornings.
Please find the information below, you’re bound to find something you like!
As some classes tend to be very popular, please don’t forget to contact the centre running the course to book your place.
Download the PDF flyer here
The next Shelf Wellbeing Community Caritas Coffee Morning will be held at the Shelf Health Centre on
Thursday 24th November from 10am to 12 noon.
All welcome to come in for a brew and a chat.
Starting on Thursday November 3rd, a new Lunch Club from Making Space.
To help carers through the winter months we have decided to set up a weekly Winter Warmer Lunch Club.
Each Thursday we will be providing a quality warm meal, hot drinks and cakes to carers and the person they care for. We will also have items to take away such as tins, jars, cupboard essentials and breakfast items. We will have staff and volunteers on hand to give you advice and information of other winter support available and there will also be activities or entertainment and a free raffle!
The club is proposed to run from November to March, every Thursday 12pm-3pm at Boothtown Methodist Church.
To find out more please ring our office on 01422 369101
There is plenty going on with the Shelf Wellbeing Community Group.
The next Coffee Morning will take place on Thursday October 27th from 10am to 12pm
at Shelf Medical Centre. Everyone welcome!
Please find the October Newsletter of Shelf Wellbeing Community Group. Find information about their wellbeing walks, Halloween themed coffee morning at Witchfield Grange and more!
Shelf Wellbeing Community Group
f : https://www.facebook.com/groups/254869462676802/
e : firstname.lastname@example.org
t : 01274 677400
You heard it here first, there is a new social café with a brew, cakes and games at the Addy. A club for the young at heart who would like to get out and have fun!
Join us at the Addy Café in Mixenden every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month between 12.30pm and 2.30pm.
Launch Meeting will be
11th October 12.30pm to 2.30pm
No booking needed, just come along!
£3 for a warm drink and cake and if you feel lucky, £1 for bingo!
For more info, contact The Addy on 01422 241450 or Craig from the Staying Well Team on 07759 364916.
We look forward to meeting you!
Venue : The Addy Mixenden 8QD, Slippy Ln, Halifax
f: Mixenden Addy on Facebook
t: 01422 241450
Our once a month coffee mornings are held at 10 am on the last Thursday of every month and are part of the Shelf Wellbeing Community. All are welcome to join us.
We hold our coffee mornings at the Shelf Health Centre.
The Shelf Wellbeing Community also holds wellbeing walks at Shelf Hall Park. For more information view Shelf Wellbeing Community walks
You can contact the group on
e : email@example.com or
t : 01274677400.
You can join the group on Facebook here : Shelf Wellbeing Community
Venue : Shelf Health Centre, Shelf Moor Rd, Halifax HX3 7PQ
From the start of May 2022 we revert to our pre-COVID arrangement of afternoon-only sessions (1.30-4pm). These run for two and a half hours – just as we did before COVID.
Our first afternoon-only cafes (1.30 – 4pm) of 2022 will start at Boothtown (4th May) and Sowerby Bridge (14th May).
We want to make the most of this extra half hour – so we’re asking all of our members what they’d like to do.
Boothtown Methodist Church
Halifax HX3 6LP
(use side entrance in Beverley Place)
Every 1st and 3rd Wednesday
£2 including refreshments
May 4 and 18
Jun 1 and 15
Jul 6 and 20
Aug 3 and 17
For more information call June on 01422 706 373 / 07920 549 131
For the Sowerby Bridge sessions, click here
We’ve been running morning and afternoon cafes (of 2 hours each) since September 2020. We began to do this because of legal (COVID) limits on the numbers we could have in the room and we’ve continued so as to optimise space between people. We’ve been able to continue to operate these “double” cafes for the past 18 months through the efforts and dedication of our wonderful volunteer team.
Whilst COVID certainly hasn’t gone away, we are confident that we can operate safely with larger numbers in a single session. Now that winter is over we’ll focus on ventilating the room to improve air flow (also using a Carbon Dioxide monitor to measure air quality during the cafe).
We’ll continue to sanitise tables and other surfaces. Hand-sanitiser will still be provided.
We have ended the requirement for people to wear masks – but people may, of course, choose to wear them.
Thanks to all our members and volunteers for staying with us through the trials and tribulations of the past two years.