Take a look at what is available for residents of Pellon and Mount Tabor. There are many options for gentle exercise including Tai-Chi and a wealth of social activities, including arts and crafts, singing groups and coffee mornings.
Please find the information below, you’re bound to find something you like!
As some classes tend to be very popular, please don’t forget to contact the centre running the course to book your place.
Download the PDF flyer here
MacMillan Coffee Morning Sunday 2nd October 12 pm onwards
You are invited this Sunday 2nd October from 12 noon to the Macmillian coffee morning in St Columba’s Community Hall, just off Highroadwell Lane, Halifax.
There will be (among others)
Toasted currant teacakes
Unlimited tea, coffee and soft drinks
All welcome! Thanks in advance for your support for this great cause
Afternoon Tea – Saturday 8th October, 2.00 pm til 4.00 pm
in St Columba’s Community Hall, just off Highroadwell Lane, Halifax.
Tickets for this event are £8 per person. All proceeds will go towards the ongoing church restoration.
Tickets available by calling/texting Trish Coyle 07908 666635 – by text Marina Armstrong 07768 875708 or by messaging St Columba’s Facebook page.
All welcome! It will be a great afternoon as always!
For all the residents of Pellon, a new Daisy Chain Café will be taking place near you from September 2022 and everyone is welcome.
Come along, meet our friendly team and join in with our activities and games.
We provide a Covid-safe environment, we are dementia friendly, DBS checked and have disabled access.
The café will be run at St Columba’s Church Hall on every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month, with the first session on the 6th of September 2022.
Cafes run from 1:30pm to 3:00pm. Entrance is £3.00 – which includes all tea, coffee and cakes.
Aside from warm drinks, cakes and buns, there is a singer or you can play games. You can also join our bingo or raffle. There is a small contribution of £1 per game.
Download Flyer with dates and more information Here (PDF)
For further information please contact
t : 07599524471 or
e : firstname.lastname@example.org
Venue : St Columba`s Church Hall, Highroad Well Lane, HX2 0QF
St Columba’s Church will be hosting two Pop Up Pottery classes with Amanda Parsons-Hulse.
There will be two sessions, with each session costing £15 per class.
Saturday 27th August : 1pm – 3pm
Tuesday 30th August : 10am – 12pm
Children and Adults Session
To register your place, email email@example.com
Venue: St Columba’s Church, 52 Highroad Well Ln, Pellon, Halifax HX2 0QF
The Warley Ward Forum will be held in person at St Columba’s Community Hall.
If you live or work in Warley, this is a good opportunity to come tell us what matters to you.
Warley Ward Forum Thursday 9th June 2022
Venue : St Columba’s Church Community Hall, off Highroad Well Lane, Pellon, Halifax, HX2 0QF
Doors open from 5.30pm. Meeting starts at 6.00pm
The topics up for discussion are:
- Police Updates
- Residents issues
- Waste Hot Spots
- Ling Bob—Pellon Road Improvements plan
Looking forward to seeing you.
If you have an interest in the future of the Roils Head moor and would like to see activities developed there, then please come along to the Annual General Meeting and get involved with the group.
Friends of Roils head Group – Annual General meeting
10am Saturday 5th March 2022
At St Columbas Church – Community hall, Highroad Well Lane, Pellon. Halifax.
Download the AGM proposed Agenda
If you have an interest in taking on the role of chair, secretary or treasurer then please email your details to Tony King stating which role you are interested in.
Look forward to seeing you on Saturday.
Tony King, Ward Coordinator
NE Halifax Neighbourhood Team
tel: 01422 252 209
Next Meeting; 10am Saturday 7th May 2022.
Pimp My Pellon invite you to the planting ceremony of Pellon’s first community Christmas tree at 3pm Sunday 19th December on the green on Pellon New Road, next to Peckish. There will be carols and mince pies, a guest performance by Pellon’s own punk poet, Keiron Higgins, and the opportunity to dedicate a tree decoration to someone you love or have sadly lost. The event will be outdoors and will follow COVID safety precautions.
And to get us in the Christmas mood, we will be running a free decoration making workshop on Saturday 18th 10am – 12 noon at St. Columba’s Church Hall, Highroad Well Lane. Come along and make some decorations to take home or to hang on the community Christmas tree.
After a difficult couple of years, we hope to bring the community together to celebrate and give thanks to our lovely community. Please share this event with your contacts and on social media.
We have some printed versions if you’d be happy to display on your premises – please get in touch if you’d like us to drop off some off for you.
We hope to see you there!
Senior Community Organiser
Office: 01422 252209