Flavourfest Community Market 25-26th June at the Inspire Centre car park

This weekend come to the #FLAVOURFEST Market at the Inspire Centre Car Park and explore street food and stalls – Afghan, South Asian, Italian, French, Iranian, Nigerian, organic produce, healthy snacks, cakes and sweets – all Calderdale-based providers.

There will be Cooking demonstrations, Entertainment, Children’s Activities, Henna and face painting.

Free entry and Free parking available.

For more information:

www : https://www.flavourfest.org/
Facebook :  https://www.facebook.com/Flavourfest22

Venue: Inspire Centre car park, Calderdale College,  Francis St, Halifax HX1 3UZ

Stalls will be on display on Saturday 26th from 12pm to 7pm and Sunday 27th from 12pm to 4pm.


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Industrial shanties at The Grayston Unity

The Landubbers return with more industrial shanties, this time in the intimate setting of the Grayston Unity.

Saturday 5 October 2019 – From 5pm to 6pm
At The Grayston Unity, 1-3 Wesley Court, Halifax, HX1 1UH

Please note the venue capacity is 18 so it is best to arrive early

Fancy a stall at the Challengers Fun Day?

The Challengers Fun Day 2017 will be held on Saturday 26 August at Natty Lane, Illingworth, 12.30 – 4.30pm.

If your group or organisation would like a stall at the event please contact Carol on 07780778257 or email carol.challengers@blueyonder.co.uk

For those of you who don’t know, Challengers is for children aged 5-11 years of age and meet every Thursday (term time only) between 6.00pm and 7.30pm.
Challengers Xtra for children aged 4 to 11 years meets on Sunday from 2 p.m. – 3.30 p.m.

There is a weekly subscription charge of 50p.


‘FREE’ Trampoline Sessions for Disabled Children and Young People

Calderdale Local Offer are offering FREE trampoline sessions for disabled children & young people aged 6 – 18 years.

Thursday 22 June 3.30 – 5.30pm (half hour sessions) at North Bridge Leisure Centre, Halifax.

Trampolining provides a host of stimulating sensory experiences. Your child can enjoy the sensation that bouncing on a trampoline brings, acquiring new skills and developing a sense of achievement and self-confidence.

Please contact Debbie Greenwood to register your child on a convenient ‘time slot’.

Email: debbie.greenwood@calderdale.gov.uk Phone: 01422 341527

This Friday – Brass Band Concert at the Vandals Clubhouse

Enjoy a Brass Band Concert with pie & pea supper and a raffle in Warley for just £5 per person.

Friday 24 February 2017 – 7pm to 9pm
At The Vandals Clubhouse, Warley Town Lane, HX2 7SL

To purchase tickets contact / John – 01422 367979 / Eli – 01422 839458 / June – 01422 833824

brass-band-warley-vandalsThis Friday – Friendly Brass Band Concert at the Vandals Clubhouse

Halifax Choral Society presents Carols & Brass – This Thursday

Start your festive preparations off with a seasonal evening of music, fun and laughter! Conducted by John Pryce-Jones, and featuring the world famous Black Dyke Band.

Thursday 1 December at the Victoria Theatre – 7.30pm

Tickets cost £11 – £23* *Prices inclusive of a £1 Theatre Support Fee when booking via the box office and an additional £1.10 booking fee if booking online

Click here to book online

Countdown to the Halifax Christmas Lights Switch On 2016

FREE event – Sponsored by Lister Horsfall

Saturday 26 November – 2pm to 6pm

Halifax will see a staged event take place on Russell Street in the town centre, with live choir, dance performances, children’s entertainment, Neil Hurst from the Victoria Theatre Pantomime, Danny & Rosie from Pulse 1’s Breakfast Show and much more!

The Woolshops will host a Christmas Local Produce Market on the cobbles between 10am – 5:30pm the same day as the Halifax Christmas Lights Switch On, boasting plenty of food stalls and local crafts to stock up on those all-important gifts.

Free face painting for the kiddies. Donkey and fair ground rides and a special guest appearance from Father Christmas himself which will all culminate in the Halifax Christmas Lights being switched on by a local hero and the Mayor of Calderdale.

Everything will then end with an outstanding fireworks display kindly sponsored by Broad Street Plaza Shopping Centre.