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Holme Valley Sharing Memories A group of amazing people in their 70s, 80s and 90s, who meet once a week on a Thursday from 1pm-3.30pm (taxis provided) at Hope Bank Works in Honley. We work on a range of projects which use creativity to celebrate life experience and capture personal stories – we are starting on a project about memories of Pleasure Grounds and then creating ceramics with a sporting theme. Full instruction given! To find out more contact Sally Brown on 01484…Find out more »
Events at Holmfirth Library and Tourist Information Office Monday 2pm - 2.30pm – Storytime (term time only) Monday 6pm 7pm – Writers’ Group Friday 10.30am – Storytime (term time only) Friday all morning – tea and coffee morning on the first floor (Suggested donation of 20p) Saturday – Lego Club 1.30-3pm 47 Huddersfield Rd, Holmfirth HD9 3JHFind out more »
SINGING IN T'VALLEY | HONLEY Sing your heart out & your socks off in these fun & friendly harmony singing sessions. For people ages 55+ Singing is a great way to feel good in body, mind and soul. Come to one, come to some or come to ALL! No previous experience is needed and there’s no need to read music as all songs are taught by ear. Cost: £5 per session, includes refreshments The Main Lounge Roundway Sheltered Housing (off…Find out more »
Table tennis, badminton, Tai Chi, yoga, pool, cards, cuppa and a chat all for £5 at the Phoenix Centre, Dunford Road Holmfirth. Not Olympic standard, everyone plays for fun. You don't need a partner and a warm welcome awaits you. Come and give it a go or tell your over 50s family and friends.Find out more »
Soup Lunch at Holmfirth Methodist Church Every Tues from Sept to May From 12.30pm till 1.30pm Choice of Home-Made soups and tea/coffee Everyone welcome, no charge Why not give it a try!Find out more »
The Holme Valley U3A Book group meets 2nd Tues of the month at 1.45pm. The University of the Third Age (U3A) movement is a unique and exciting organisation which provides, through its U3As, life-enhancing and life-changing opportunities. Retired and semi-retired people come together and learn together, not for qualifications but for its own reward: the sheer joy of discovery!Find out more »
INSPIRATIONAL SEWING CLASSES New 6 week ‘Sewing for All’ courses start in February. At: Holmfirth Methodist Church Hall and Hade Edge Football Clubhouse All ability levels are welcome in the groups from beginners learning to sew from scratch, getting to know straight stitch technique from zigzag, how to thread a machine and wind a bobbin, sort out the tension and improve their machine and sewing skills through to those with more experience wanting advice on fabric choice and be inspired…Find out more »
Huddersfield and District Family History Society are holding fortnightly Ancestry sessions in the 1st floor IT Suite at Holmfirth Library, on Wednesday afternoons between 1.30-3.30pm, starting on 8th February. Book your place now: By phone on 01484 414868 (ask for Holmfirth), by email – Holmfirth.Lic@kirklees.gov.uk, or ask a member of staff next time you’re at the Library!Find out more »
Thursday Mornings Coffee & Biscuits Served from 9.30 – noon Take time out from shopping on Thursday mornings Shoppers’ Service at 11am The service lasts between 20-30 minutesFind out more »
'The Probus Club of Holmfirth, for retired Professional and Business men, meets in The School Room, Holmfirth Methodist Church, School Street, Holmfirth on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday each month from 9.45am, initially for coffee, biscuits and a chat, prior to the meeting starting at 10.30am. After a few formalities we then enjoy a presentation by an invited guest speaker - for example past topics have included: Life in the Police Helicopter, Harrison Clocks, Crossing Standedge, Radio Comedy of the…Find out more »
BITS- intro to IT sessions first and third Wed of the month 10- 12pm. Please book in advance.Find out more »
Oaklands Health Centre in conjunction with Making space and Carers Count hold a drop in the 2nd Thursday of every month, 12pm-2pm. You do not need to have a diagnosis of dementia or be a patient at Oaklands Health Centre. Making space offer help, advice, information and support for people affected by Dementia and their carers. Come and join us for a cup of tea and a chat.Find out more »
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