The next Angels Corner Cafe (Dementia Friendly) will be on Sunday 16 June, 12:00pm – 2:30pm at St. Columba’s Church Hall, Highroad Well Lane, HX2 OQF.
Refreshments will be available also: £2.00.
This Cafe caters for vulnerable, isolated people and people with dementia with their carers, friends and/or families and anybody else wishing to attend. People are invited to attend by simply ‘popping in’ to relax, enjoy, have fun with different activities, listen to Music, ‘sing a long’ or chat and make new friends in a welcoming and friendly environment.
Activities include some or all of the following:
Arts, Crafts, Games, Quizzes, Word searches, Bingo. Through the various activities and informal and social environment in which new skills may be learnt, will also be catered for. The Cafe also provides a safe, comfortable and supportive environment.
The Tour de Yorkshire begins on Thursday 2 May, with the race coming to Calderdale on Sunday 5 May, starting from the Piece Hall in Halifax and passing through Bradshaw that day.
There are four teams from the village, churches and cricket club taking part in the rounders tournament after the race passes through.
There’s also a Great Bradshaw Bike Off cake competition, with a prize for the best TDY/bicycle themed cake, as well as raffles etc.
Any proceeds raised will be split between Help for Heroes (TDY charity), Yorkshire Children’s Trust (Bradshaw Cricket Club, chosen charity for 2019), and the Bradshaw Community fund.
EMBRACE THE DAY and make it a day to remember.
What can YOU do to promote Bradshaw Village as the Tour de Yorkshire passes through?
If everyone on the route through the village decorates a piece of their house or part of the village, imagine what a spectacle we would have.
Attention All Skaters! YMCA Halifax, Crossley Street, Halifax are holding Skating Schools on both Wednesday 24 April, 2:00pm-3:30pm and Friday 26 April, 2:00pm-3:30pm. For just £5 (including skate hire), qualified coaches will show you how to stop, turn and skate backwards.
Booking is essential on 01422 353626.
On Monday 25 February, 10 local people completed an Emergency First Aid at Work course at the St. Columba’s Community Hall in Pellon, the course was paid for using a Warley ward forum grant.
Involved were members of the friends of St Columba’s church group, the Angel Cafe, Mt. Tabor Community Association, Walk away the pounds group, the friends of West View Park group and the Halifax Irish luncheon club.
The course was provided by Jill Webb training and comments from those on the course included;
‘Excellently communicated course’
‘Tutor gave individual attention as required was re-assuring and patient’
‘Very approachable trainer’
‘Excellent in meeting my training needs’
‘Overall an excellent, hands on, dialogue driven session’
Click here to view the latest Friday Flyer…
- Bradshaw Get Together for Tour de Yorkshire
- Quiz Night Supporting Dementia Friendly Sowerby Bridge
- Faith and the Environment from Calderdale Interfaith Council
- FREE Cycle Maintenance Courses
- Check Your Ward Forums
- Understanding Dementia – Online Course
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Have a great weekend!
Tuesday 26 February 2019 it is World Spay Day!
To celebrate this RSPCA Halifax, Huddersfield and Bradford District Branch is going to hold a Welfare Event where they are offering to cat and dog owners:
FREE Microchipping and flea & worm treatments, food, and dog coats!
Plus: Neutering Vouchers which leave only a remaining balance to pay!
Appointment only 10:30am-15:20pm
RSPCA Animal centre, Wade Street, Halifax HX1 1SN
If you are in receipt of income support, Job seekers allowance, housing benefit, employment & support allowance, council tax benefit or pension credits and live within the Halifax, Huddersfield or Bradford region then you are eligible for assistance.
Please Note: Proof of benefit will be required and all dogs must be on a collar and lead and cats must be contained in a secure basket or you will be turned away.
For all information and or to make an appointment please contact the RSPCA Halifax, Huddersfield, Bradford & District Branch by email on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01422 365628
From the people who brought you the hilarious – 6 Wives of Henry VIII, Living Spit are returning to Halifax, this time to the Victoria Theatre with their new comedy show on Thursday 28 February, 7:30pm.
Howard Coggins knows nothing about Science. Stu Mcloughlin knows even less.
Nevertheless, they have agreed to give a lecture on the subject, and after enlisting the help of the smartest scientific sages of the ages, that’s just what they aim to do.
They’re determined, like a pair of Atoms missing a couple of electrons, to stay positive. With jarring jokes, pitiful puppetry and the silliest of scientific songs, you can expect this raucous romp through the hilarious history of scientific stupidity to be… well, if nothing else, thoroughly entertaining.
It might even be… scien-triffic!
Tickets are available through the Victoria Theatre booking office on 01422 351158.