As Seen on TV, Bankfield Museum 2020

Bankfield Museum this year will be hosting an amazing exhibition celebrating the costumes of some of Britain’s best loved TV dramas including Downton Abbey, Pride and Prejudice, Poldark, Victoria and many more. Alongside a new display of historic costumes from similar periods in the Fashion Gallery. The exhibition runs from Saturday 15th February 2020 until … Continue reading As Seen on TV, Bankfield Museum 2020

Laughter Yoga at the Piece Hall

Join founder of Sunshine and Laughter, Nancy Nudds, for an hour of Laughter Yoga at The Piece Hall. This powerful laughter workshop combines laughter, playfulness and mindful breathing to engage people to work with their bodies, minds and smiles to promote well-being, connection and a positive outlook. No experience necessary. 1 - 2pm Monday 20 … Continue reading Laughter Yoga at the Piece Hall

Lead the Way January 2020 e-Bulletin

The latest Lead the Way eBulletin is out now. Read all about the progress of Living Well and upcoming events. Read the full bulletin here Lead the Way January 2020 Health awareness days outcomes Living Well project report LeDer programme A look into sexual exploitation of vulnerable individuals Carers Trust survey Breast screening film for … Continue reading Lead the Way January 2020 e-Bulletin

In conversation with Anne Lister biographer Helena Whitbread

On Friday 3 April writer and historian Helena Whitbread will be at Bankfield Museum in Halifax where she’ll be discussing her books on Anne Lister and over 30 years spent decoding Anne Lister's diaries and sharing the wonderful story of Halifax's famous lesbian diarist with the world. The event will be followed by a Q&A … Continue reading In conversation with Anne Lister biographer Helena Whitbread

Alipur Films present “No Fathers in Kashmir” a film by Ashvin Kumar

Square Chapel Arts Centre are screening No Fathers in Kashmir by the Oscar nominated director Ashvin Kumar on Sunday 26 January at 3pm. The film tells the story of Noor (16),  a selfie-obsessed British teen who journeys to conflict torn Kashmir to visit grandparents she has never met. She is joined by Majid (16), a … Continue reading Alipur Films present “No Fathers in Kashmir” a film by Ashvin Kumar