Ready to Glow and Grow?

Do you battle with poor mental health?

Do you want to break free from isolation or want to get more physically active and build confidence?

Then come and join the MOM boxfit fitness classes.

Mums on a mission are happy to announce that we are launching our ‘Glowing & Growing’ project this week, starting Friday 30th July 2021.

MOMs Growing and Glowing Project BoxFit Classes is an 8 week programme funded by Local Care Direct and CFFC Health and Wellbeing fund to tackle the inequalities in health within Calderdale

Starting Friday 30th July 2021
Time: 11.30 – 1PM
Location: People’s Park, Park Road, Hopwood Ln, Halifax HX1 2TS

Classes are free to attend however donations are welcome!

Open access to all but numbers may be limited due to COVID safety restrictions.

This is a children friendly event as we are aware it is the summer holidays.

For more information, please contact Ashleigh May on 01422 730018 or email a.may@momsonamission.co.uk

Mums on a mission is a not-for-profit organisation that aims to create healthy, happy and fruitful families within our community.
We empower & nurture families, by building confidence and promoting resilience.
Our mission is to support families to break free from the vicious cycle of generational poverty.
Services we provide
  • Peer Advocacy/ Family support
  • Health & Wellbeing
  • Youth Intervention
  • Intergenerational Projects

For more information, please contact Ashleigh May on 01422 730018 or email a.may@momsonamission.co.uk

Mums On A Mission Ltd | Croft Myl, West Parade, Halifax HX1 2EQ

                                    

Old Lane Road (Lee Mount) Road ruptured and flooded

We’ve had reports of extensive rupture of Old Lane near Boothtown.

The road has extensively ruptured and flooded, making it unsuitable for driving.

Avoid driving through there if you can.

Footage from 50 Shades of Halifax

Share your Orange Hearts 🧡 with St Augustine’s Centre!

St Augustines Centre invite you to join  them celebrating 70 years of Standing beside the Refugees by sharing your Orange Heart 🧡!

Wednesday the 28th of July 2021 marks the 70th anniversary of the 1951 Refugee Convention and you’re invited to celebrate with us!

The Orange Heart is a symbol used by the #TogetherWithRefugees campaign and we want to flood the Calderdale Valley with orange hearts to show our support on this important anniversary.

All you have to do is take a picture holding an orange heart and tag us on social media and/or email it to us.

You can email your pictures to Charlotte at  charlotte.butterick@staugustinescentrehalifax.org.uk

Your heart can be made of anything you choose and we encourage you to snap a pic in front of Halifax landmarks.

Let’s show the world that this is #WhoWeAre!

 

Join the fun this summer and enjoy a Healthy Holiday!

If your child is eligible for free school meals through qualifying benefits, they may be able to access a fully funded holiday place during the school holidays this summer.

Calderdale Healthy Holidays programme provides enriching activities, delicious nutritious meals and a chance for young people to meet new friends in a safe & fun environment, during the school holidays!

Please discuss needs of your child with providers.

Activities:

  • Tumble TAGS Summer Camps
  • Cricket Activity Camp – Illingworth
  • The Brooksbank School Summer Camp

and many more!

For the full, continuously updated list of activities, click here: Calderdale Healthy Holidays

North and East Halifax Friday Flyer 23 July 2021 – OUT NOW!


Click here to view the latest North and East Friday Flyer

This week:

  • Halifax Friendly Football Club would like you to join them!
  • Arts Council England Announces new funds for Schools – July 29
  • COVID guidelines after July 19
  • SID Speed Indicator Device 16/07 at Moor End Road results

 Have a great weekend!

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TAGS Summer Camps in Ryburn

“The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to use it.”

5 Days of amazing sport, FUN with friends, the chance to be scouted by top clubs, chance to win nationally recognised medals all on your doorstep – don’t miss out!

On Camp, 9:30am until 3:30pm each day.

Free Healthy Holiday places only applies if your child(ren) are between 5 – 11 years old.

Nutritional meal & Snack provided.

Head Coach: Bryan Brooks (Harrogate Town AFC, Halifax Town FC, Guiseley AFC).

Sport Coached by and/or pathways linked to
Football Bradford City AFC & Women
Football Premier League Academy
Rugby Sam Allan (England U16, U17 & U18 Player)
Cricket Elland CC
Gymnastics Lucie Stott
Karate Halifax Sport Karate
Judo Judo Excellence
Football Callum Bromley Ex Bradford City & Halifax Town

Premier League Academy, Great Britain England Martial Artists, Bradford City, Bradford City Women, and ex England Rugby International Sam Allan are coming to Halifax this Summer to scout for the next wave of future talent! Whether you are a beginner or well into your sport, come and showcase your skills and maybe get scouted (tagged) and start your sporting journey.

With such a talented array of coaches TAGS certainly offers a broad programme of high-quality coaching and opportunities to progress into sports specific pathways.

With all highly qualified staff DBS checked, safeguarding and 1st Aid trained children get the chance to have fun and flourish in this high-quality environment.

COVID – What’s Next? Live Q&A Thursday 22 July at 7pm with Calderdale Council

Calderdale residents are invited to put their questions about the end of national COVID restrictions to a panel of experts at a live online Q&A event this week.

Q&A event

 

Calderdale Council’s Facebook page will host the next in a series of popular question and answer sessions, live from 7pm on Thursday 22 July 2021. The event is called ‘COVID – what’s next?’ and local people are invited to watch, ask questions and find out more about the end of national restrictions and what this means for people in Calderdale.

A panel of experts will respond to questions and explain how we can all do our bit to keep the people around us as safe as possible. The panel will feature:

  • Deborah Harkins, Director of Public Health at Calderdale Council
  • Dipika Kaushal, Chief Executive of Voluntary Action Calderdale
  • Toni Williams, Consultant in Health and Wellbeing: Public Health England
  • Cornelle Parker, Deputy Medical Director: Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust.

Go to www.facebook.com/calderdale to tune in and submit questions in the comments section during the broadcast. To set a reminder, visit https://www.facebook.com/calderdale/posts/10158840338846773 on a smartphone and you can choose to be notified when the event goes live.