Pellon High Five latest newsletter

Happy new year. What have you got planned for the year ahead? Do you have any holidays/celebrations booked. Are you hoping to be more physically active; get into company more; to learn something new; eat more healthy meals… the list is endless!

The latest newsletter from Pellon High Five includes events and latest updates.

Click here to read the latest edition online

The Bird and Bat Box Project at The Phoenix Shed

All Bird Boxes and Bat Boxes are made from untreated high quality well seasoned Red Pinewood and this top quality timber ensures that the boxes will last for many, many years.

–    The Bird Boxes, based on an RSPB pattern, are also very easy to clean using the unique       Phoenix Shed design. Boxes can be supplied for a wide variety of birds.

–    Owl Boxes are a special order and will be made from highest quality exterior grade                20mm plywood with a timber back frame.

–     Bat Boxes are self cleansing and cater for the different species of local bats.  The boxes         are fully untreated and must never be treated because bats are incredibly sensitive to           paints.  They are made to a well proven English pattern and the top quality timber                 ensures that they will last for many, many years.

Free local delivery within 3 miles of The Shed or collect from The Shed at The Threeways Centre, Ovenden. Bird and Bat Boxes can be supplied fully made up, or as flat packs for home construction.

The boxes are perfect for schools or youth groups and the Phoenix Shed may even be able to supply a Box Maker to assist with youth projects.

All enquiries to Chris Freeman on 07930 207537

The Illingworth Messenger – November 2016

There’s lots going on in and around Illingworth and you can find it all in one place!

The Illingworth messenger provides information of upcoming events, activities, local news, adverts and much more… read the latest edition here…

If you would like something advertised in the Illingworth Messenger, items can be handed in to your church representative, dropped off at Illingworth Moor Good-As-New Shop or emailed direct to Irene Mulhall at irene.mu@blueyonder.co.uk

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North Halifax Partnership achieves Volunteering Kite Mark

Logo documentThis summer, North Halifax Partnership achieved The Calderdale Volunteering Kite mark for demonstrating consistent quality as a volunteering – involving organisation.

The kite mark covers all aspects of our practice from how we recruit volunteers to the one to one supervision and supported next-steps for volunteers.

The kite mark is awarded by North Bank Forum (Nbf), the organisation which provides support to the voluntary sector on behalf of Calderdale Council, and is known locally as Calderdale Sector Support.

Together with our other awards and accreditations like Quality for Health; Bronze Award for Environmental  Business Pledge; and CHAS accreditation,  the Volunteering Kite mark shows that people outside NHP have looked at our work across the organisation  and confirmed it meets a high standard.

The Illingworth Messenger – October 2016

There’s lots going on in and around Illingworth and you can find it all in one place!

The Illingworth messenger provides information of upcoming events, activities, local news, adverts and much more… read the latest edition here…

If you would like something advertised in the Illingworth Messenger, items can be handed in to your church representative, dropped off at Illingworth Moor Good-As-New Shop or emailed direct to Irene Mulhall at irene.mu@blueyonder.co.uk

Illingworth Messenger

Police Officers wear Body Worn Cameras to increase safety ‘Focus’

WestyorkspoliceWest Yorkshire Police’s technological transformation is taking another step forward.

The Force has agreed a contract that sees officers and staff across the county wearing the latest state of the art body worn video cameras during their duties.

Following a recent pilot of the devices in the Bradford District, a phased roll out will now begin… read more…

All officers will wear them as part of their uniforms including Police Community Support Officers and also officers in plain clothes.

The cameras will film pictures and record sound to help you and the police meaning that people may not need to go to court because information about what happened will be on video.

See more information about the body worn cameras here

The Illingworth Messenger – September 2016

There’s lots going on in and around Illingworth and you can find it all in one place!

The Illingworth messenger provides information of upcoming events, activities, local news, adverts and much more… read the latest edition here…

If you would like something advertised in the Illingworth Messenger, items can be handed in to your church representative, dropped off at Illingworth Moor Good-As-New Shop or emailed direct to Irene Mulhall at irene.mu@blueyonder.co.uk

Illingworth Messenger