Next Daisy Chain Cafe at Blackburn House – Wednesday 10 July 2019

Just to remind you that the next Daisy Chain Café will be held on Wednesday, 10 July 2019, 1:00pm-3:00pm at Blackburn House, Nursery Lane (NOT the usual place at Halifax Rugby Union Club).

On Wednesday, 14 August they will be back in their usual room at Halifax Rugby Union Club, Ovenden Park, Keighley Road, Halifax, HX2 8AR from 1 – 3 pm.

Working Towards a Dementia
Friendly North Halifax

For  more information contact Karen Scanlon on 0300 555 0266.

Daisy Chain Café is a new community run, monthly meeting place in Ovenden run by volunteers and partners from the North Halifax Staying Well Steering Group who are working towards a Dementia Friendly North Halifax.

Funded by the ‘North Halifax Community Fund’ Daisy Chain Café is open to anybody especially people and living with or affected by dementia. The mission of the cafe is to provide friendship, support, activities and cake!

 

 

Next Daisy Chain Cafe at Halifax Rugby Union Club – Wednesday 8 May

Just to remind you that the next Daisy Chain Café will be held on Wednesday 8 May, 1:00pm-3:00pm at Halifax Rugby Union Club, Ovenden Park, Keighley Road.

For  more information contact Karen Scanlon on 0300 555 0266.

Daisy Chain Café is a new community run, monthly meeting place in Ovenden run by volunteers and partners from the North Halifax Staying Well Steering Group who are working towards a Dementia Friendly North Halifax.

Funded by the ‘North Halifax Community Fund’ Daisy Chain Café is open to anybody especially people and living with or affected by dementia. The mission of the cafe is to provide friendship, support, activities and cake!

Future events for this year are;

  • Wednesday 12 June 2019 1.00-3.00pm
  • Wednesday 10 July 2019 1.00-3.00pm

 

 

 

Next Daisy Chain Cafe at Halifax Rugby Union Club – Wednesday 10 April

Just to remind you that the next Daisy Chain Café will be held on Wednesday 10 April, 1:00pm-3:00pm at Halifax Rugby Union Club, Ovenden Park, Keighley Road.

For  more information contact Karen Scanlon on 0300 555 0266.

Daisy Chain Café is a new community run, monthly meeting place in Ovenden run by volunteers and partners from the North Halifax Staying Well Steering Group who are working towards a Dementia Friendly North Halifax.

Funded by the ‘North Halifax Community Fund’ Daisy Chain Café is open to anybody especially people and living with or affected by dementia. The mission of the cafe is to provide friendship, support, activities and cake!

Future events for this year and the beginning of next are;

  • Wednesday 08 May 2019 1.00-3.00pm
  • Wednesday 12 June 2019 1.00-3.00pm
  • Wednesday 10 July 2019 1.00-3.00pm

 

 

 

Upcoming Dates for the Daisy Chain Cafe in Ovenden

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

2019 Dates for Daisy Chain Cafe at Halifax Rugby Union Club

Future dates for the Daisy Chain Café at the start of 2019 at Halifax Rugby Union Club, Ovenden Park, Keighley Road are as follows.

  • Wednesday 9 January,  1:00pm-3:00pm
  • Wednesday 13 February,  1:00pm-3:00pm
  • Wednesday 13 March,  1:00pm-3:00pm

For  more information contact Karen Scanlon on 0300 555 0266.

Daisy Chain Café is a new community run, monthly meeting place in Ovenden run by volunteers and partners from the North Halifax Staying Well Steering Group who are working towards a Dementia Friendly North Halifax.

Funded by the ‘North Halifax Community Fund’ Daisy Chain Café is open to anybody especially people and living with or affected by dementia. The mission of the cafe is to provide friendship, support, activities and cake!

 

 

Next Daisy Chain Cafe at Halifax Rugby Union Club

Just to remind you that the next Daisy Chain Café will be held on Wednesday 14 November, 1:00pm-3:00pm at Halifax Rugby Union Club, Ovenden Park, Keighley Road.

For  more information contact Karen Scanlon on 0300 555 0266.

Daisy Chain Café is a new community run, monthly meeting place in Ovenden run by volunteers and partners from the North Halifax Staying Well Steering Group who are working towards a Dementia Friendly North Halifax.

Funded by the ‘North Halifax Community Fund’ Daisy Chain Café is open to anybody especially people and living with or affected by dementia. The mission of the cafe is to provide friendship, support, activities and cake!

Future events for this year and the beginning of next are Wednesday 12 December, 1:00pm-3:00pm and Wednesday 9 January, , 1:00pm-3:00pm.

 

 

North Halifax community launch the Daisy Chain Café

Local services, ward councilors, residents, school children and even dogs came to Halifax Rugby Union Club this week to support the launch of the Daisy Chain Café.

 

Daisy Chain Café is a new community run, monthly meeting place in Ovenden run by volunteers and partners from the North Halifax Staying Well Steering Group who are working towards a Dementia Friendly North Halifax.

Funded by the ‘North Halifax Community Fund’ Daisy Chain Café is open to anybody especially people and living with or affected by dementia. The mission of the cafe is to provide friendship, support, activities and cake!

Deputy Mayor of Calderdale, Councillor Chris Pillai opened  the event by thanking the hard work of volunteers in working to set the cafe up.  Some of the volunteers have personal experience of dementia and understand how a café of this nature can really make a difference to the lives of people affected by dementia.

Councillor Anne Collins who welcomed everyone to the event said,

How exciting this is for the North Halifax to host a Dementia Café that will run once a month working towards making North Halifax Dementia Friendly

Based at Halifax Rugby Union Club, Ovenden Park  the cafe will open from 1pm – 3pm every second Wednesday of the month and will include activities such as quizzes, visiting entertainers, chair exercises, Bocha (a type of boules), singing and bingo.

The next opening will be Wednesday 14 November.

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The North Halifax Community Fund includes funding from the Community Foundation for Calderdale Isolation Fund and Staying Well funding. Read more about the fund here.

Hayley Conlon, Staying Well Worker said,

“The North Halifax Steering Group, which is made up of local people and community groups decided that  Daisy Chain Café was well deserving of  the funding from Community Foundation for Calderdale and Staying Well as it supports our aims to develop activities that improve social opportunity and prevent loneliness and isolation in adults in Calderdale”

For more information, please ring Karen on 0300 555 0266 or email Karen.Scanlon@calderdale.gov.uk

Special thank you to Community Foundation for Calderdale, North Halifax Partnership, Illingworth Moor Church, Halifax Rugby Union Club, Memory Lane Café Sowerby Bridge, Illingworth and Bradshaw Local Activity Group, Men United at Ovenden Park, Phoenix Shed, Calderdale Council, Age Uk, West Yorkshire Police, West Yorkshire Fire Service, Together Housing, Savile Park Care Home, the Junior Wardens of Dean Field Community Primary School, Alzheimer’s Society, Angels Corner Café Pellon and everyone who came along to support the launch!