Save Shroggs Park Pavilion Group September 22

A Meeting is being held on Wednesday 22nd September 2021 at 6.30pm at

Lee Mount Club 105 Lee Mount Road, Halifax, HX35EQ

Everyone is invited to this meeting of “Save Shroggs Park Pavilion Group” this is when officers will be appointed, the group constituted, and feedback on progress so far.

First tasks will be to find out what the community want to see happen with the pavilion, what they would like to see it used for, interested parties (Bowls Group, Football Groups Adults & Juniors, Parkrun Group, Lee Mount School, other Groups in the Area, and the General Community) need to come along and let us know what improvements they want to see at Shroggs Park.



If you need any further information please contact us :
phone 07587 703166

Yorkshire Day at Shroggs Park event

In case you missed it, last Sunday 1st of August was Yorkshire Day when our very own Natalie Ratner made a grand event at Shroggs park possible!

The Day celebrations were not the only reason for this event. There are efforts to restore and reuse the Shroggs Park Pavilion, which there is every hope it can become a feature for more such community events.

(taken from the Shroggs Pavilion Facebook page)

We had a fantastic time [yesterday] celebrating Yorkshire Day with every generation of the community at Shroggs Park! A huge thank you to everyone who came along.

We enjoyed welly wanging, a brilliant history talk by David Glover, a variety of sports with Tanny from Calderdale Youth Service, hunting for Yorkshire phrases around the park and arts and crafts including flag making, badge making and pebble painting.

This was truly a community effort and really highlighted what’s possible when we come together. Community events like this can become a regular feature if the Pavilion was in use to host them.
Visit them on Facebook to read special thanks, see more pictures and find out the winners of competitions!
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Celebrate Yorkshire Day 1st of August with us at Shroggs Park!

Ey up!

This Sunday, August the 1st, we will be celebrating Yorkshire Day at Shroggs Park. Join us near the Pavilion for a free community event, starting at 1pm until 3pm.

Shroggs Yorkshire Day (PDF)

Join us for a picnic (bring your own!) and enjoy a variety of fun activities for all ages we have planned for you, including welly wanging, arts and crafts, a history talk and much more!

No Yorkshire Day event would be complete without a Yorkshire Pudding competition!

There will be opportunities to win prizes on the day including the chance to be crowned the Best Yorkshire Pudding Maker in Halifax! Just bring along your best homemade Yorkies to be in with a chance of winning a special prize!

We hope you will come over and say ‘ow do!

This event has been organised by members of the community so if you have an idea or would like to help out on the day, then please let us know. There is also space for community and other organisations to promote the work they are doing locally so please get in touch if you’d like to be there on the day.

Si thi there!


For more information or to suggest an activity, please contact Natalie

Volunteers resume works at Shroggs Park

With the help of local volunteers, the Friends of Shroggs Park Group have started to pick up where they left off pre-covid with a number of small scaled clean up and maintenance activities in the park which have taken place fortnightly.

Friends of Shroggs Park and community volunteers have been working in small groups over the last month alongside employees from CMBC Parks Department to carry out works in order to keep the park in a pleasant state for those who use it.

The first clean up effort resulted in a dozen bin liners of general litter being removed from the parks grounds with the whole park, including the woodland walk being covered on that occasion.

The following work that took place was focused on cutting back and neatening up the edges of the walkways in the vicinity of the maze which saw a fair amount of turf loaded into the back of a CMBC Vehicle.

The group would like to extend a thank you to CMBC for the support and providing the vehicles to remove the waste at the end of the clean ups.

These activities are currently ongoing with the next one taking place on Monday 24th August 2020 – 10am to 12noon, meeting by the Maze in the park.

If you would like to get involved in these efforts or require further information, contact Peter Robinson on 07599 524471 or by email to You can also email Dan Marham, Ward Link Worker for the North Halifax Partnership at if you would like to get involved.

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Love Shroggs park? Help shape its future!

Do you use Shroggs Park?  Why not help shape its future and become part of the Friends of Shroggs Park Group

Come along to the next meeting and get involved on Wednesday 27th June 2018 – 6.30pm at St George House, Lee Mount, HX3 5BT

Find out what’s happening in the park.

For further information contact Tony King, Ward Coordinator North East Halifax Neighbourhood team on 0300 555 0266 or email



Friends of Shroggs Park – Group Meeting Tuesday 22 May

Get Involved with your Park at the Friends of Shroggs Park Group meeting Tuesday 22 May, 6:30pm  at St. George House, Lee Mount, Halifax.

  • Do you have any issues or concerns about Shroggs Park?
  • Do you have an idea on how to improve the park?
  • Do you want to be involved in shaping the future of the park?
  • Would you like to be part of the ‘Friends of Shroggs Park’ group?

Come and find out what’s happening in the park. For further information contact Tony King,  Ward Coordinator North East Halifax Neighbourhood team on 0300 555 0266 or email

Parkruns in Calderdale

Winter is upon us and you may not feel like getting out and being Active Calderdale in the cold, but there is still a lot you can do in the garden. Being active will make you feel good physically and mentally and keep you warm too!

Another great way to be active with your friends, family and grandchildren is to take part in ‘parkrun’ and here’s a bit of information that might be news to you.

Parkrun organise free, weekly, 5km timed runs all over the world. They are open to everyone, totally free, organised by a group of local volunteers, held in pleasant parkland surroundings and everyone whether young or old, male or female, fit or unfit, able-bodied or not is always welcome. It’s not about racing, it’s about running at your own pace.

We have 2 parkruns in Calderdale, one at Shroggs Park in Halifax and the other at Wellholme Park in Brighouse. Both start at 9am every Saturday. We also have a new Junior parkrun starting at Wellholme Park in Brighouse on Sunday 17 December at 9am. Junior parkrun is a 2k run for juniors aged 4-14 years old and will take place on Sunday mornings at 9am.

For further information please click on the links below: