Happy Pelloween Community Event Sunday October 30th

You are invited to the Pelloween Community Event

FREE Community Halloween Event: A chance to come together for some frightening fun, ghoulish games and creepy crafts and lots, lots more! Best costume contest!

At Pellon Community Garden, top of Rye Lane
Rushton Hill Close Pellon Halifax HX2 0QT

Sunday 30th October 1.30pm to 5.30pm

The event is free but we’d appreciate you booking via Eventbrite

For more information and to book, please visit

Pelloween Event (Eventbrite)

Or scan the QR Code in the poster

Halifax RUFC Spooktacular Halloween Party Sunday 30th October

Halifax RUFC invite you to their Halloween Party at Ovenden Park on

Sunday 30th October from 5pm to 8pm

As the venue will have an open bar, anyone under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

For information and to book tickets, please call 07577 751656

Ticket price: £4 pp

Halloween Party with Friends of Shroggs Park and AGM October 29

You are cordially invited to the Friends of Shroggs Part Halloween Family Event

Saturday 29th October 2022 – 11am to 1pm

The Event will take place at

St Georges Church Hall, Lilac Street, HX3 5BT

There will be fun activities for the entire family, with arts and crafts sessions  for all to take part.

Try our pumpkin soup, go on a scavenger hunt, turn a milk bottle into a spooky ghost lantern or build an insect hotel for the adorable creepy crawlies found in our garden! And much more!

The event will be followed by the group’s AGM.

Saturday 29th October 2022 – 11am to 1pm

Find us on Facebook @ The Friends of Shroggs Park Group for further information

RSPCA Spooktacular Zombie Walkies Sunday October 30th!

The RSPCA Halifax, Huddersfield and Bradford branch invites supporters to join them for their second annual Zombie Walkies this Halloween!  

Zombie Walkies is an interactive trick or treat walk around Huddersfield Town Centre, with spooky stops and live acts along the way. Families, friends, and dogs are all welcome to take part in the walk on Sunday 30th October, which finishes at the Lawrence Batley Theatre with a fangtastic party.

Click to sign up to Zombie Walkies 2022!

The event, kindly sponsored by Huddersfield BID, starts at 2pm setting off from Market Avenue Shopping Arcade (just off New Street) and takes in various stops around the Town Centre. The walk is free to take part in, but participants are encouraged to raise sponsorship for the local RSPCA Animal Centre.

All Zombie Walkies walkers will receive a free goody bag and free human and dog treats along the route.

But the fun doesn’t stop there, the Lawrence Batley Theatre has kindly offered their courtyard as a party space for all those looking for some Halloween fun! Whether you take part in the Zombie Walkies or not, the party is open to all from 2pm and includes games, music, stalls, and karaoke!

All funds raised go towards the important animal rehabilitation, care and rehoming work of the local, independently funded RSPCA Centre.

 

Lauren Moore, Fundraising Manager said: “Zombie Walkies is a really fun way to celebrate Halloween and we’re excited to see the spooktastic walkers take part in this year’s event. We’d like to thank all the local businesses who are offering their premises as a ghoulicious pit stop and we hope the community will support them as they are supporting us by having for a bite to eat or drink before the event starts.

We’ve added an extra twist this year with a party at the Lawrence Batley Theatre where we’ll also be giving out prizes for the best dressed on the day, so let’s see how creative our community can be!’’

To sign up for all the Zombie Walkies information and receive your goody bag, please visit:www.rspcahalifaxhuddersfieldbradford.org.uk/zombie-walkies-2022/

or find out more on Facebook: Zombie Walkies 2022

The RSPCA Halifax, Huddersfield, Bradford and District Branch are a self-funded branch of the National RSPCA, responsible for raising money locally to support our animal welfare work. Last year the branch rehomed over 400 animals. Our main aim is to rehabilitate unwanted, abandoned and abused animals and find them loving, permanent homes.  

Message from Sure Start Children’s Centres on Halloween Safety

As we are excited and getting ready for Halloween, Sure Start Children’s Centres would like to remind everyone from the young to the young at heart to be mindful and remain safe during this spooktacular time.

Do:

  • Only trick or treat in your own neighbourhood unless you are with an adult
  • Stay in well lit areas where there are plenty of houses
  • Make sure an adult knows the area you plan to visit and what time you’ll be back
  • Look out for ‘no callers please’ posters and respect your neighbours
  • Keep to pavements and trick or treat on one side of the street before crossing safely to the other side – don’t criss-cross
  • Wait to eat any treats until you get home so that an adult can check them

Don’t:

  • Don’t cut through back alleys, ginnels or fields, and don’t trick or treat too far from home
  • Don’t go alone – take an adult with you or stay in a group

Zombie Walkies for families, all ages and the dog too!

The RSPCA Halifax, Huddersfield and Bradford branch and Huddersfield BID are planning a fang-tastic first ever Zombie Walkies this Halloween.

Local families and their dogs are invited to take part in this interactive trick or treat event around Huddersfield town centre on Sunday October 31st…. in fancy dress too!

Starting from 11am at St Peter’s Gardens, Byram Street in Huddersfield Town Centre with spooktacular stalls and games; this dog and family friendly walk around the Town Centre calls in at different eateries and trick or treat pit stops along the way to celebrate Halloween and promote some great businesses too.

The event is free to attend but participants are encouraged to dress up, make a donation or raise sponsorship on their walk for the local RSPCA.

You can sign up to the Zombie Walkies on the day of the event from 11am or sign up now to secure your Zombie Walkies goody bag.

The event is also open to those who would just like to visit the Halloween hub of stalls and games at St. Peter’s Gardens – all are welcome!

All funds raised at Zombie Walkies go towards the important welfare work and animal care the RSPCA Halifax, Huddersfield & Bradford support in our area.

Lauren Moore, Fundraising Manager said:

‘’We’re really looking forward to welcoming everyone to our first Zombie Walkies and can’t wait to see the costumes people turn up in! As a local, self funded branch of the RSPCA, we rely heavily on our community’s support to help us care for all the animals in our Centre and we really hope people will take part in this event with or without their four-legged friends. You can even just pop down to say hello – or should that be Howloooooo!’’

With the added extra of rosettes and prizes awarded to the best-dressed individuals, group or pair (adult, child or dog) this promises to be a ghoulishy good Howloween!!

For more information and to sign up in advance for a goody bag contact www.rspcahalifaxhuddersfieldbradford.org.uk/zombie-walkies-2021/ or search Facebook events for Zombie Walkies.

Waste Not Want Not Halloween Free Fun Day Event

Bubble bubble, Toil and Trouble
Stop Pollution on the Double,
Join Together, Take a stand
to stop the heating of the land
Rid us of environmental curse
to help out nature and your purse
Chant this spell to end the cycle
Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Repurpose, Recycle

Sounds good?

Join us at Lee Mount Baptist Church on Saturday October 30th between 12pm and 3pm to find inspiration for doing things a bit differently as well as saving money.
There will be arts and crafts, advice and info stalls, free food and goodies to take home but most importantly, lots of fun for all ages!
See you there…IF YOU DARE!!!

Check out the map below to find out what’s happening where.
In the event of rain, activities will take place indoors in the church and St George’s hall.

Download and Print flyers here