Weekly activities at the OSCA Foundation Community Sports Hub

The OSCA foundation at Forest Cottage in Ovenden has a choice of fitness and exercise activities to suit all ages and abilities.

Other activities taking place at the OSCA include

  • Car boot sales every two weeks on a Sunday morning
  • Live music events, usually every other weekend
  • Rugby fixtures for the Halifax Panthers Women Sunday afternoon
  • Andy’s Man Club – Mondays except Bank Holidays from 6:30pm. Just turn up!
Old tyme and modern sequence dancing – Tues, Thurs 2.00 – 4pm, in the Enderby Hall.

Tae Kwon Do – Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday – 6.30 – 8mp – All ages

Over 50s Walking Football – Tuesday – 10.30 – 1pm

Keep fit, Indoor – Thursday 9.45 – 10.45 and 11.00am – 12.00pm. All ages

Rug Ratz, Nippers Rugby Training – Saturday & Sunday – 9am – 10.30am

Ladies Rugby League, Halifax Panthers Women – Sunday Afternoon

Various junior outdoor soccer teams  for both boys and girls, from 5 years to 16 years.

You need to book into each activity separately with the instructor. You can do so by visiting the centre at the activity time and introducing yourself.

For more information on any of the above, ring Steve on 07727860731

The facilities at the OSCA can be rented for training sessions, functions and birthday parties. With ample parking space, spacious rooms and even plenty of outdoor grounds, they have a lot to offer for many event needs.

With new, refurbished halls at professional standards, including a fully licensed pub and regular events, this is a one-stop community hub.

  
Football and Rugby changing rooms

 

The outdoor football grounds are getting ready for matches and they are already able to host 5-aside football teams and rugby matches.

 

Sports grounds of the OSCA

The OSCA exercise Studio

OSCA Foundation Community Sports Club
Cousin La, Halifax HX2 8AD

New Fence for the Friends of Roils Head group through a Ward Forum Grant

Earlier in the year the Friends of Roils Head group were successful in securing a £470 Warley ward forum grant to purchase a large amount of timber.

The timber is being used to erect a fence to separate the bridle path, between Rye Lane and the Broadley estate, from Roils Head Moor.

It is hoped that this will stop the problem of off-road motor bikes and quad bikes from being ridden on the bridle path then straight on to the moor.

The work has been done by the councils countryside officer and his volunteer group.

If you have an interest in Roils Head moor and want to get involved then send your details to Tony King, Ward Coordinator at tony.king@calderdale.gov.uk

Could your organisation or group benefit from a Ward Forum Grant?

If you have a project in mind or need some financial assistance with something that will improve your community or grow your group, a North and East Ward Forum Grant may be useful.

Find out more about Ward Forum Grants

The next round of applications closes on June the 24th. If you need help with the application process we’re here to help.