Your Calderdale Countryside News for Winter/Spring 2020 is here!

Welcome to the first newsletter of Countryside News for 2020, packed with ideas of how to make the most of enjoying the great outdoors, right at your doorstep! There are events for you to get involved in, wildlife awareness courses, volunteering opportunities, as well as news and updates you don’t want to miss. >> Read … Continue reading Your Calderdale Countryside News for Winter/Spring 2020 is here!

Join us in celebrating International Women’s Day at Queens Road Neighbourhood Centre

This year we will be celebrating International Women's Day on Thursday 5 March from 11am to 2pm at Queens Road Neighbourhood Centre. An equal world is an enabled world. How will you help forge a gender equal world? Celebrate women's achievement. Raise awareness against bias. Take action for equality. Please join us for a day … Continue reading Join us in celebrating International Women’s Day at Queens Road Neighbourhood Centre

THE HALIFAX WAR MACHINE 1914-1918 – “A Town Transformed for War”

On Wednesday March 11th 2020 at the Calderdale Industrial Museum, comes the next part of The Making of Calderdale talk series : THE HALIFAX WAR MACHINE 1914-1918  “A Town Transformed for War” Join us for an Illustrated Talk by David Millichope for the inspirational recounting of how Halifax contributed to the First World War efforts. … Continue reading THE HALIFAX WAR MACHINE 1914-1918 – “A Town Transformed for War”

HALI-CON, Halifax’s own Comic Con is back! March 1, 2020

Promising to be a great day out and entirely family friendly event, Halifax’s own comic convention, Hali-Con is back! This is the fourth year this event is running and as always it promises to be full of exciting stalls of comics, toys and collectables, events and celebrity appearances! Confirmed attractions and guests include: Miltos Yerolemou … Continue reading HALI-CON, Halifax’s own Comic Con is back! March 1, 2020

Old Sowerby Bridge

Friends of Crow Wood Park present Old Sowerby Bridge. A talk by Gary Stringfellow on Saturday 7 March 2020 in the Park Pavilion at 10:00am; come along to hear and see how Sowerby Bridge used to look in days gone by. Admission is free and refreshments will be provided.