Jubilee Refreshment Rooms on Sowerby Bridge Railway Station HX6 3AB hold a number of transport related events through the year.
The next will be on Monday 15 April, 7:00pm where John Myddelton will be speaking about Tramways and a swinging railway.
See below for other events;
Regular clubs for disabled children and their siblings that are fun, creative and completely FREE!
Clubs start with a short family quest to get you inspired before you get stuck in to a creative activity, run by our trained, experienced Enablers, who will make sure that the activities are accessible to all. Children with any disability are welcome at any club, *except for three sessions which are for children with autism only.
The whole family is welcome and our clubs are not only great fun, but also an opportunity to meet other families, chat and share experiences. Clubs last two hours starting at 10am and involve a mix of play, art activities and gallery exploration.
Oh, and did we mention that they’re FREE!
Clubs in 2019
- Tuesday 16th April – Tie-dye
- Tuesday 23rd April – Clay play (fully booked)
- Sunday 19th May – Print making (*Autism only)
- Sunday 16th June – Mosaics (fully booked)
- Sunday 14th July – Sculpture
- Tuesday 30th July – Tie-dye (*Autism only)
- Tuesday 6th August – Print making
- Tuesday 13th August – Sculpture
- Tuesday 20th August – Mosaics
- Tuesday 27th August – Tye-dye
Club places must be booked in advance.
Call 01422 330069 and we’ll take it from there. If you’ve booked for a club but are then unable to attend, please let us know asap as we keep a waiting list so another family might be able to come in your place.
Hearing Impaired visitors can book places by email if you prefer – just email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to attend a club that is fully booked please use the email form to let us know.
On the form please include;
- which club you would like go on the waiting list for
- how many people would be attending if space became available
- your contact details
We will contact you if space becomes available.
The summer programme has fortnightly walks plus extra ones including Bank Holiday Mondays.
No pre-booking required, just turn up and pay the Guide – its £3 (all ages).
Almost all starting points are served by public transport. Well behaved dogs on leads are allowed on walks unless indicated by the No Dogs symbol.
There are still a few walks from the Winter Programme with the next on;
Sunday 3 March – The North Side of Elland.
Elland goes back to at least 1086 yet in 1760 much of the land was open land. In the century that followed, the arrival of canal, railway, new roads, industry and more housing changed things radically.
Meet Ian Philp at 1:30pm by St. Mary’s Parish Church, HX5 0BW for the latest Calderdale Heritage Walk.
Keep an eye on the Facebook page to see any late alterations.
The complete Summer Walks Programme as shown below can be downloaded here.
The Do Something! guide helps you to plan action packed fun for your children.
Whether you want to get out on your bike, go swimming or go walking to celebrate 40 years of the Calderdale Way there’s lots to explore.
Find an activity in the latest edition…
If you’re batty about bats, curious about museums or mad about football, there’s so much to do the only problem you’ll have is fitting everything in.
CREW (Cardiac Rehabilitation through Exercise and Walking) Heart Support Group have published the August 2018 newsletter ‘The Pulse’. It reports on Warren’s walk in Sowerby Bridge on Tuesday 7 August as well as the CREW lotto results.
After many years of service, two of the class instructors, Angela and Gill are leaving. John Tudor thanked them on behalf of all of their clients.
To keep up to date with all that CREW are doing, call Sophie on 07982 728548 or email SophieLeighChevolleau@hotmail.co.uk
Click here to view the latest Friday Flyer…
- Norland Scarecrow Festival
- Sowerby Bridge Rushbearing Festival
- Hebden Bridge Camera Club Exhibition
- Calderdale Adult Learning Open Day
- Advertise Your Macmillan Coffee Morning
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Have a great weekend!
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In a joint operation with the Mixenden Initiative, police speed enforcement officers PC Chris Newton and PC Troy Johnson were on Clough Lane in Mixenden on Tuesday 28 August with the police speed laser gun.
The operation came about as a result of complaints from residents about cars speeding on Clough Lane, Mixenden.
PC’s Newton and Johnson were happy to report that the majority of drivers were driving within the designated speed limit on that road, which is 20mph.
Further joint operations of this kind are planned for the near future in Mixenden and the surrounding areas of North Halifax.