On Friday 17 November, the long running BBC Radio 4 show ‘Any Questions’ will be coming to Calderdale, presented by Jonathan Dimbleby and featuring a panel of political, business and other figures from public life. The show will be broadcast live from The Brooksbank School in this, the 700th anniversary of the town being awarded its royal charter. Tickets – free of charge are available from the school on a first come first served basis. Panel members are still to be confirmed at this stage.
Cohesion & Integration Strategy – Consultation
The Council is currently consulting on a draft Cohesion and Integration Strategy for the borough. This is your opportunity to get involved and shape the future direction of this strategy. Follow the link below to complete a short questionnaire.
The public consultation closes on Friday 27th October 2017 at 5pm.
Calderdale Recovery College have free courses and places available. Below is what’s coming up over the next month.
Do you know someone who is thinking about going back to work? Then this series of courses may just help:
Employment Tool Kit:
- CV Writing – Friday 20th October 10.30-12
- Your Rights at Work – Monday 30th October 10.30-12
Back by popular demand:
- Mindfulness x 8 session – Wednesday 1st November 11-12.30
- Achieving a state of peace x 1 session – Monday 30th November 10-3
All the above courses are taking place at Hope Street Resource Centre, Hope Street, Halifax, HX1 5DX.
Many of the courses may be able to support professional development and training needs.
More information: www.southwestyorkshire.nhs.uk/about-us/recovery/calderdale/
Please get in touch:
Caldeldale Recovery College
South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Siddal Ex-Servicemens & Social Club, Siddal Lane HX3 9JS will be holding their annual Halloween Disco on Friday October 27 starting at 7pm.
Hot food will be available.
Fancy dress encouraged and there will be a competition for both best dressed adults and kids.
All children must be supervised at all times!
Siddal Ex-Servicemens & Social Club is run as a non-profit making organisation by its members through a committee usually elected annually.