On Wednesday 23 October 2019, partners from the Calderdale Road Safety Partnership attended Lee Mount Primary School after it was highlighted that parking outside the school was an ongoing issue and has been for some time.
The event was organised by Dan Marham, Ward Link Worker for the Ovenden Initiative following a meeting with Lee Mount Primary School headteacher Emme Ford and was supported by partners from West Yorkshire Police, CMBC Community Wardens and Calderdale Community Safety Wardens who were joined by students George and Jack.
The morning proved to be a success as the zigzag markings were kept clear enabling pupils to safely cross the road on their way into school in the morning. Small posters were fixed onto the school railings to highlight the dangers of parking outside schools and a larger banner was given to the school by the Community Safety Team which is now also on display on the railings.
Work will continue in the future as the Road Safety Partnership work on ways in which issues such as school parking can be proactively dealt with and there is a full week of action planned from Monday 18th to Friday 22nd November 2019 at schools throughout Calderdale.
Enjoy FREE admission all night to the Halifax RUFC Big Bang and Fright Night including fun fair rides, street food, fire breathers, beer tent and much more.
Thursday 31 October 2019 – 4pm to 10pm
At Haliax RUFC, Ovenden Park, Keighley Road, Halifax, HX2 8AR
Firework display starts at 8pm – Strictly no fireworks, sparklers or alcohol to be brought into the event.
Friday 25 October 2019 – 9.30am to 12.30pm
At The Room Brighouse, the Old Town Hall, HD6 1EA
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Saturday 26 October 2019 – 2.30pm
In the Red Brick Auditorium at Square Chapel, Halifax HX1 1QG
Grab your wands, don your house robes, and apparate yourselves to the box office!
A very magical improv show awaits…
The smash hit Spontaneous Potter is an entirely improvised Harry Potter comedy play, based on an audience suggestion of a fanfiction title. Hilarity ensues as an entirely new Potter adventure is magically improvised on the spot – with live musical accompaniment!
Tickets cost £10 and can be booked online here
For further information call 01422 349422 or visit www.squarechapel.co.uk
Join Shelf with Buttershaw for the Medley Matinee – Buttershaw Community Choir, Krys Lyon and Pauls Singing Choir make up a great trio of acts to bring you a very special afternoon of song and sign .
Saturday 19 October 2019 – 2pm doors open, performance starts at 2pm
At St Michael’s Church, 80 Carr House Rd, Shelf, HX3 7RJ
Entry is FREE – Refreshments and raffle tickets on sale and a collection will be taken during the show with all proceeds going to the church funds.
Interested in Volunteering and want to help keep Shelf Hall Park clean and tidy? Then get involved with Woodland maintenance sessions in the Park.
Sessions taking place on the 12th 18th 19th 25th and 26th October meeting at 10am at the bridle Stile car park, David Wager from the group will be there to meet you.
Please wear sturdy footwear, appropriate clothing and gloves.
With the help of a £460 Warley ward forum grant, a shabby chic workshop was organized at St Columbas Church community hall. 10 people took part where under the guidance of a qualified instructor they restored different pieces of furniture.
Not only did people enjoy the social aspect of the workshop, they gained new skills and found the work therapeutic.
If you have any ideas that may need some funding then a ward forum grant (up to £500) may be of benefit.
For further information on the grants please contact Rachael or Tony on 0300 555 0266.