Coming up at St Columba’s Community Hall:
Sunday 1st December – Family Mass at our Church followed by our CHRISTMAS FAYRE afterwards (12.00 noon). All Welcome!
FATHER CHRISTMAS – BOTTLE TOMBOLA – CHOCOLATE TOMBOLA – CAKES – RAFFLE TURKEY SANDWICHES, HOTDOGS, REFRESHMENTS
All welcome! Don’t miss it!
Next open Monday, 13th January , 10.30 am – 12.30 pm – BREW & A CHAT organised in conjunction with Calderdale Staying Well.
Have a brew and a cake then try a Kurling taster session .. join in with a craft group, check our library of books .. plenty to do .. and lots of great company. £2 entrance fee – unlimited tea/coffee.
ANGELS CORNER CAFE – Next open Sunday – 19th January – 12.00 noon – 2.30 pm
Just ‘pop in’ to relax, enjoy, listen to music, have fun with activities or chat in a welcoming and friendly environment! £2.00 for refreshments.
Lovely short video filmed by Emma Worsley from Voluntary Action Calderdale of our Luke and Colin who had met again for the first time since childhood at one of our events.
EVERY THURSDAY!!! – A fantastic start to the group over the last few months of – ‘Walk Away The Pounds’ – A weekly class on Thursdays at 10.30am for one hour in our Community Hall. New Year sessions have now started – £3 per session – we look forward to seeing you there.
Congratulations to our monthly events which both won Awards at the Halifax North East Communities Awards 2019.
BREW & A CHAT won the Community Involvement Award and
ANGELS CORNER CAFE won the Award for Contribution to tackling loneliness and isolation.
We thank our Hall Groups and all our volunteers for their outstanding contribution to our Parish and local community.
St Columba’s Community Group had a Tombola and face painting stall at the recent West View Park Family fun day. A grand total of £395 was made towards our Church Refurbishment and a great afternoon was had by all!
Fabulous, fun and productive afternoon at the SHABBY-CHIC WORKSHOP hosted by Colin Wright, sponsored by Warley Ward Staying Well and held in St Columba’s Community Hall.
Thanks to all who attended the AED (Automated External Defibrillator) Awareness Session for our newly installed defibrillator. It was a really informative session and well received by all.
Huge thanks to our sponsors the Danny Jones Defibrillator Fund, The Warley Trust, Clifby Works (Mohammed) and Trish Coyle. Thanks also to Neil Marsay from the Yorkshire Ambulance Service who provided the training session on behalf of Danny Jones DF.
Many thanks also to the Team at St Columba’s who provided fantastic refreshments/buffet after the event.
John Asquith, Trish Coyle, Lizzie Jones, Neil Marsay (YAS)