Crossley Juniors AFC is an Illingworth, Ovenden and Holmfield based club football club that is needing a few extra players for the u12s Swifts (school year 7).
All abilities welcome to come along and start training which is held every Tuesday, 7:00pm at Moorside Primary School.
Training is provided by FA Level 1 qualified Coaches.
For further information contact Lee on 07922 889967.
For further information visit the Facebook page.
Free clubs for disabled children and their families will be running again in 2019, and bookings are open for the first half of the year!
Clubs are completely free, LOADS of fun, and the whole family is welcome! For lots of info about the clubs visit the Eureka! website, or call on 01422 330069 to book!
You MUST book in advance and places are limited!
2019 clubs are running on;
- Sunday 3 February – Clay play
- Sunday 3 March – Digi art
- Tuesday 16 April – Tie-dye
- Tuesday 23 April – Clay play
- Sunday 19 May – Print making
- Sunday 16 June – Mosaics
- Sunday 14 July – Sculpture
- Tuesday 30 July – Tie-dye
The future dates for the Daisy Chain Cafe held at Halifax Rugby Union Club, Ovenden are as follows;
Wednesday 13 February 2019 1.00-3.00pm
Wednesday 13 March 2019 1.00-3.00pm
Wednesday 10 April 2019 1.00-3.00pm
Wednesday 08 May 2019 1.00-3.00pm
Wednesday 12 June 2019 1.00-3.00pm
Wednesday 10 July 2019 1.00-3.00pm
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
Project_Twelve:31 spent a week with Bumpy (Birstall Urban Motorcycle Project for Youth) for a week of off road motorbiking, and learning mechanic skills.
Birstall Urban Motorcycle Project for Youth was established in 1989 as a training, testing and skills centre aimed at young motorcyclists causing a nuisance on wasteland.
The registered charity, nicknamed BUMPY, was the brain child of Police Woman Julia Morris, nee Rookledge, and followed a far from smooth course having taken four years to draw up.
The Idea stemmed from a period when Julia, as local Birstall Community Constable, had to deal with complaints from local residents, about youngsters riding motorcycles illegally on open areas of land. Julia, saw a need for the young people of the area to have a safe and legal place to ride.
In February 1984, representatives from the Police, probation service and motorcycle clubs came together in an attempt to provide a solution to the problem which was making the life unbearable for many residents living near these areas.
The result was a scheme turning the site off Nab Lane into a purpose built track for bikers to practice their skills legally and without causing nuisance.
As well as enjoying the off-road riding, the girls had experience of stripping down and servicing the motorcycles and will be receiving a certificate in ABC Motorcycle Maintenance.
Project_Twelve:31 would like to say a massive thank you to Caroline, Chris, Tom and Owen at Bumpy Ltd Leeds West Yorkshire.
Public Health England (PHE) has recently launched a campaign to raise awareness of ‘blood in pee’ as a symptom of bladder and kidney cancers.
The main message is: If you notice blood in your pee, even if it’s ‘just the once’, tell your doctor. The advert will also highlight that finding cancer early makes it more treatable.
The primary target audience for the campaign is men and women over the age of 50.
Be Clear on Cancer aims to achieve earlier diagnosis of cancer by raising awareness of the signs and symptoms. The campaigns encourage people with relevant symptoms to see their GP without delay.
The ‘Blood in Pee’ campaign started off as regional pilots in early 2012 and since then the national campaign has run a number of times with the last campaign in 2016.
Resources that you can display in the workplace or other public areas can be downloaded from the PHE website.
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Just a bit early this week!
- Vote for the Piece Hall in National Lottery awards 2018
- Advice on Coping with the Hot Weather
- Have Your Say on the New Leisure Centre
- Yorkshire Day at the Piece Hall, Borough Market and Eureka!
- Halifax Agricultural Show Coming Soon
- Summer Activities at Forest Cottage
- Free Summer Activities at Orange Box Young People’s Centre
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