Make the most of Shibden Hall before it closes again from September 3 for more filming of ‘Gentleman Jack’.
On Thursday 30 August, 11:00am-3:00pm you will be able to explore the Tudors, find out about Tudor toys and make a herbal bag. All of this is included in the admission price and the activities will be happening throughout the day so there is no need to book.
CREW (Cardiac Rehabilitation through Exercise and Walking) Heart Support Group have published their programme for walks in the summer and autumn 2018. Dogs are not allowed on these walks.
There is also a shorter walks programme, suitable for all levels that can be seen elsewhere on this website or at http://www.crewheartsupport.co.uk/walkshealth.htm.
For more information call Sophie on 07982 728548 or email SophieLeighChevolleau@hotmail.co.uk
CREW (Cardiac Rehabilitation through Exercise and Walking) have announced the led, shorter walks for Summer 2018. Suitable for all levels, all are welcome and there is no need to book.
For further information call Sophie on 07982 728548 or email SophieLeighChevolleau@hotmail.co.uk
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- Oxjam Pop Festival
- Halifax Fire Station Open Day
- Join Calderdale Council Talkback Panel
- Family Fun Day at Natty Lane Playing Fields
- Free Summer Activities at Orange Box Young People’s Centre
- Norland Scarecrow Festival Coming Soon
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Norland Moor is held high in the affections of the local population and the wide variety of different user groups that embrace its sense of open space, views and peace. Although widely considered as a natural and wild place, Norland Moor is a product of thousands of years of human influence and natural processes, and offers a home to a variety of specialist plants and animals.
It is the largest outdoor resource owned by Calderdale Council, and like many natural and semi-natural places is confronted by a number of challenging issues.
The 2018-2028 draft management plan explores these concerns, and sets out the management context and the proposed mechanisms for addressing them.
This Management Plan is open for consultation from Wednesday 1 August to Thursday 4 October, and is available to view or download as the Norland Moor Draft Management Plan 2018-2028 [PDF 6549KB]
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The 2018 Halifax Heritage Festival is taking place between Saturday 18 August and Sunday 16 September across the town centre, local villages, and local market towns.
Coordinated by Halifax Business Improvement district (B.I.D) approx 20 heritage sites are hosting events and activities during the festival with over 60 walks, talks, tours, viewings and exhibitions taking place.
Most events are free of charge to attend, a limited few have a small cost or donation requirement.
You can expect family activities, children’s events, evening talks and lunch time walks, with historical lectures, ghostly tales, hidden gems, and uncovered tombs being included in the Festival.
Running alongside the already renowned Heritage Open Days, the Halifax Heritage Festival offers many unique events taking place, there’s something for all ages.
For the first time this year, the festival is extending beyond the original long weekend, giving you even more opportunity to get involved in heritage events!
Keep an eye on this website and also Visit Calderdale for all that’s going on.
We have already advertised some items such as the Halifax Hidden Gems Tour.
The recruitment window is open from Monday 13 August until Sunday 2 September 2018.
Please click here for further information and guidance (PDF)
Please click here to complete an application form.
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