Noticeboard - Heart in the community
Creative Calverley have been asked to remind organisations if you are planning an event PLEASE check the 2019 diary in Calverley Library and to try to avoid duplication of events on the same day.
There are many fantastic things happening and many more people can be involved in them.
Information on this community noticeboard is provided by individuals and organisations. Please contact the individuals and organisations direct if you have any queries with the information posted.
We have tried to collate information about local events in Calverley.
If information is not on the noticeboard it is because we have not been advised the details.
All are welcome to join in.
Calverley - Planning Applications, Highways, Bridleways etc
People who have lived in the village for a number of years will be familiar with Calverley Residents Action Group "CRAG". The original action group formed in 1975 to prevent a road from being built through Calverley Woods and was very successful in its aim to prevent building over "green areas".
Over recent years it has become apparent that there are areas in Calverley that are prime locations for building. It would appear that a significant development is to be built close to Calverley that will have a major impact not only on access to the village, but possibly on village life in general.
Listed below are links to pages on the Leeds City Council Website that contain maps of information relating to Calverley. The main Calverley information is on map 14, but map 20 also contains Calverley information.
There are housing sites that are being considered in Calverley (planning permission on this land is being reviewed).
If you have any comments regarding the land or the proposed change of use, please complete the online form which is here
Resident Initiative 1
David Gracey is a Calverley resident who has provided the following information:
"After speaking with many residents from Carr Hill Road(s), Crowther Avenue and Ravenscliffe Road, I am not satisfied that enough action has been put in place to deal with the rush hour rat runners. I have heard many horror stories about speeding drivers, texting drivers and aggressive drivers all rushing through 'access only' roads for their own convenience. I have spoken with many people who have been writing to our council/MP for years and it still goes on. I am proposing a community action group is set up to deal with the issue. I would welcome anyone who has any ideas or would like to become involved to contact me on email@example.com or call me on 07923643546 David Gracey"
There is a link to a Facebook Page here
Resident Initiative 2
Calverley Park Fairy has been established to promote use of Calverley (Victoria Park) by all members of the community.
Resident Initiative 3
Anne Akers is a Calverley resident who has used her talent in photography to take pictures of some of Calverley's hidden gardens.
Anne has put all her fabulous photographs on a website here for all to enjoy.
We are sure that Anne would like to add to her collection of photographs, so if you have a garden that you would like to be photographed, please contact Anne at firstname.lastname@example.org
Calverley Garage Sale, back on the 27 April 2019
To find out more please find us on Facebook 'Calverley Spring Clean' link here
or follow us on Twitter: @calverleyspring
Calverley Carnival in Victoria Park
Calverley Carnival, 6 July, 1pm onwards
Themed parade (meet at Parkside playground at 12.30pm)
The event is no longer organised by local councillors and there is a new volunteer group, who want to make the event more fun for everyone.
Calverley (Victoria) Park
Boules (Petanque) court now open in Calverley Park. Bring your own boules and play.
Boules are also available to hire from Calverley Cricket Club.
Will there be a boules league appearing as well? ...watch this space!
Simple rules for boules here
Leeds City Council, Summer Brass Band in the Park 2019, Victoria Park, Calverley, Sunday 2.30pm - 4.30pm
16 June Stroke of Genius Big Band
21 July Wakefield Metropolitan Band
4 August Garforth Jubilee Band
Calverley Christmas Lights Switch On, Date TBA December 2019, (6.30pm switch on), Calverley Victoria Park
Entertainment and stalls, carol singing plus of course Father Christmas.
Carols in the Park, 1 December 2019, from 3pm (refreshments available from Methodist Church Hall)
This lovely event is for all the family and symbolises the start of Christmas celebrations for many people in the village.
Come and sing a few carols (wrap up warm).
Does your lawnmower come out a few times a year? Do you have a foodprocessor that is used twice a year?
If so, would you be willing to loan/rent to people in Calverley for a set time, to enable them to complete jobs that they need to do.
You can also earn money at the same time!
Use the link above to register information in the LS28 area.
Please use the Creative Calverley website if you shop at Amazon (or do any shopping online) and use the easyfundraiser log in (on the home page).
Any revenue raised is used towards putting on workshops and events in the community.
Do send in your recommended reads for the beach, garden or just for leisure/pleasure.
We will put details on our website.
We are reading:
"Reasons To Stay Alive" by Matt Haig.
British novelist describes how reading and writing helped him overcome depression.
"Adventures in Human Being" by Gavin Francis.
Award winning writer and doctor takes us on a voyage around the human body.
"The Establishment" by Owen Jones.
How institutional power informs the socio-political aspects of democracy.
If you prefer to listen to books you can download audio books (click here to go to Audible).
(Click here to find out Calverley Library opening times).
As well as offering access to many fantastic resources, libraries throughout Leeds also offer free computer training to help you to brush up your skills or learn about computers for the first time.
Details of the courses are available here contact Calverley library if you wish to book.
A reading group at Calverley Library from 4,00pm - 4.45pm.
First Thursday in the month
All ages are welcome.
Please contact the Library on 0113 3793124 for further information.
Story Time (Term Time Only
Thursday's 2.45pm - 3.15pm
Tuesday's 10.30am - 11.00am
Knitting and Crochet, alternate Mondays from 2.00pm - 4.00pm.
Calverley Library Readers Group
Meeting monthly Monday evenings 6.30pm - 7.30pm.
Every third Thursday, 11am - 12pm.
Change your books, have a chat, have a cuppa.
A review of Calverley library is available here
Meeting to discuss how local history documents, photographs and "other" items can be recorded and used by those interested in the local history of Calverley.
Those interested in volunteering time to the project most welcome to attend.
There is a link to the Calverley Local History Centre website here
Calverley Local History
Members of Pudsey Civic Society have marked two historical sites in Calverley with heritage plaques at St Wilfrid's Church Old Vicarage and Calverley Town Wells to mark the historical importance of the buildings.
If you have some local history information of your own. Do contact Calverley Local History Centre.
Photographic archive of Leeds available from Leodis. (here)
There is a link here to a few memories from someone who lived in Calverley many years ago via the Francis Frith website.
Many people have their favourite places in Calverley and some people have been kind enough to share their thoughts...
"I really enjoy walking past Victoria Park on a summer's day and seeing the cricketers on the cricket ground. The cricket pavilion always looks to be a hive of activity. I often stop just to hear the sound of the bat when it hits the ball really hard, and the shouts and cheers of the cricketers as they encourage each other to either catch the ball or throw the ball quickly."
"My favourite view of the Calverley is actually from the canal. There is a certain place where you can see St Wilfrid's Church nestled on the hill, the woods in the foreground...perfect"
"My favourite view of Calverley is the bend in the road which has the cottages and the church side by side. I remember the day I got married in that church every time I see it."
Royal British Legion
Meets the second Wednesday of every month at the Methodist Chapel School Room from 2.00pm.
The Calverley Branch of the British Legion was formed in 1922 one year after the foundation of the legion in 1921.
There are over 60 members of the Calverley branch which means that Calverley is one of the largest branches in the Leeds area.
Guests are welcome for all the above dates.
If you would like to join the British Legion or attend meetings as a guest please contact Peter Illingworth on 0113 257 2035
A big thank you for those who volunteered and sponsored the event in 2017.
Sponsored walk (donations gratefully received) of approximately seven miles to support Calverley's four care homes - Champion House, St Lukes, 16A & 16B Salisbury Street, Brookleigh.
Sponsor Forms available from 0113 2574794
Electronic version of the sponsorship form available here word or PDF.
A booklet detailing the Millennium Way Walk is available from Calverley Library.
A PDF guide to the Millennium Way is also available here
The project for this year is to raise money towards a mini bus.
A fantastic amount of £4277 was raised at the recent summer fete. Many thanks to all the volunteers and of course those of you who spent money.
Volunteers are always needed to raise funds or help out at the care home.
Champion House has a team of volunteers who provide invaluable support to residents by driving, befriending, escorting, helping with activities, fundraising, gardening and more.
If you are interested in volunteering please contact:
Volunteer co-ordinator: Cath Baker
Telephone: 01274 612459
Fax: 01274 619221
Champion House Coffee Morning, Further dates to be confirmed, 10am until 12pm
Cake and a cuppa, Book Stall, Silent Auction and a good old natter.
Champion House Summer Fete, ? June 2019, 1pm until 4pm
If anyone is interested in having a stall at the event, please contact Vanessa on the number above or email email@example.com
Champion House Christmas Fair, ? 2018, 10am until 12pm
If anyone is interested in having a stall at the event, please contact Vanessa on the number above or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Communitea, Calverley Cricket Club, 4pm - 6pm, Further dates to be confirmed.
An initiative to bring members of the local Calverley community together to share food, friendship and fun.
If local people would like to hold a Communitea event, please contact us. A communitea event can be used to raise your profile or raise funds for a particular charity or project.
St Luke's Nursing Home, Upper Carr Lane, Calverley, LS28 5PL
Contact Lynda 0113 256 3547
Details of future events will be posted as soon as they are received.
Little Acorns, Ideas Fair, Calverley Library
Have you got a passion you'd like to share with others?
Are you passionate about Calverley?
If the answer is yes and you want to find out more, join us to hear about the wonderful work happening in your community.
Leeds branch based in Calverley.
Training times Sundays.
10.00am - 10.45am (advanced handlers and dogs).
11.00am - 11.45am (puppies, beginners and intermediate handlers and dogs).
Calverley Men's Forum, Wednesday's 10am-11.30am, Methodist Chapel School Room
Specialist speakers, question sessions and refreshments.
Contact Peter Perkin for further information on 0113 257 4507.
New members are welcome.
Cub Scouts - 8-10 year olds, 6.45pm - 8.15pm
Cub Scouts - 8-10 year olds, 6.45pm - 8.15pm
Scouts - 10-14 year olds, Wednesdays, 7pm-9pm
Beavers - 6-8 year olds, Maple Colony 4.45pm - 6.00pm,
Beavers - 6-8 year olds, Redwood Colony 6.15pm - 7.30pm
Other events at the Scout Hut
Youth Streetdance 8 - 11 years 4pm - 5pm
Mini Streetdance 5 - 7 years 5pm - 6pm
Cheerdance 7 years+ 6pm - 6.45pm
Contact Emma 07901 914419
Yoga 8.00pm - 9.30pm.
Contact: Fenella Whall 07909 776660
Teeny Streetdance 3 - 5 years 9am - 9.45am
Youth Contemporary 8 - 11 years 10am - 11am
@ttitude Stage 8 years + 11am - 12pm
Boys Streetdance 8 years + 12pm - 1pm
Senior Contemporary 14 years + 1pm - 2pm
Contact Emma 07901 914419
Calverley Guides, Brownies, Rainbows, Guide Hut, Blackett Street
6.30pm - 7.30pm - Brownies
7.30pm - 9.00pm - Guides
7.00pm - 8.15pm -Brownies
5.00pm - 6.00pm - Rainbows
6.00pm - 7.00pm - Rainbows
7.30pm - 9.00pm - Guides
Please follow the link to find out more about Girlguiding, to add your daughter to the waiting list for a unit or to register your interest in volunteering with Girlguiding here
Release that inner rock star!
Have you got a glut of produce in your allotment or garden this year?
Why not share your harvest...
The harvest share initiative is here to create links between gardeners and community projects, help reduce waste and increase enjoyment of fresh, local fruit and vegetables.
Calverley in Bloom
We are delighted to announce that "Calverley" won a gold award in 2018 in the Yorkshire in Bloom competition.
A very big thank you to all those in the community who have contributed to the success of 2017's entry. Your efforts/voluntary work(s) are very much appreciated.
Individual awards will be given to people and organisations in the village who have entered the competition such as Calverley Churchyard, Brookleigh and many more.
If you are able to help with planting, growing seeds, growing plants please do contact 0113 2574794.
Volunteers requested, Carr Road Project, (ongoing)
Please come and help the team to clear weeds, brambles etc from the rockface.
Garden gloves and small trowel would be really help.
Any help is appreciated.
Interested in entering your own garden for "in bloom"?
Please contact David Williams on 0113 257 4794
Calverley In Bloom, Next meeting date TBC 2019, 2pm, Brookleigh Community Centre
Committee members and those who want to help/volunteer in the initiative are most welcome to attend.
New members needed...
Leeds Central Aikido, West Leeds Aikido, Calverley, Jimmy's Fitness Centre Ravenscliffe Road
Junior Class Saturday 10am until 11am
Teens/Senior Class Saturday 11am until 12pm
Contact Sarah Fletcher 07823 325 155 or email email@example.com
Calverley Rhino's Supporters Club, Calverley Conservative Club
If you would be interested in becoming a member of the Calverley Supporters Branch please contact Ian Mitchell by phone on 07944044043 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Dates to be confirmed
Great opportunity for people who love rugby league to chat.
Calverley Cycling Club
A platform to organise local rides (Mountain biking and road cycling), share cycling tips and offer advice to anyone who is looking to start cycling.
A platform to organise local runs
"Wish I had my camera with me when...hearing the ice cream van play its tune, I came down a street and eagerly queueing up, with big smiles on their faces, were two of Calverley's over 60's. The child in you never goes..."
If you have captured images of Calverley that you would like to share. Please do send them in to the site.
Click here to go to the qwiki site for Calverley, which has an automated slideshow (and voiceover) with some of the sights around Calverley.
Alternatively, select the link to the flickr site showing images of Calverley here.
We do have some very talented people in and around the village.
If you have an old digital camera (that still works) please consider donating it to us.
We will use it/them in community projects for people of all ages.
Wildlife on your Calverley doorstep.
Opening Times Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday and most Bank Holidays March to October 9am until 5pm, November to February 9am until 4pm.
The visitor centre is open from 10am until 4pm throughout the year.
16 Feb, 10am until 12pm National Nest Box Week Come and make a bird box to take home and put in your garden Meet in the visitors centre (adults, please bring a small hammer) 23 Mar, 11.30am until 1.30pm Supervised Pond Dipping Join in some early pond dipping. See what has survived the winter. Meet by the dipping pondsX April, 11am until 3pm Easter Egg HuntA fund raising day for all the family including a walk around the reserve to find hidden eggs and win a prize. "Hook a duck", tombola and refreshmentsMeet at the visitor centreX May, 9am Bird Walk Join Peter Griffin for a walk around the reserve to look at summer visitors.
Meet at the main car park X June, 9pmNational Moth Night Another opportunity to join Dave Nesham to see some of the many interesting moths around this time of year. Meet at the visitor centrex June, 9.30am onwards Leeds Birdfair Exhibitors, equipment demonstrations, hands on activities, guides in the hides and BBQ, Light refreshments and home baking available in the visitor centre. Mammal survey 9.30am. Moth trap opening 10.30am and later in the morning a Bug Hunt and Pond Dipping
Small Mammal Survey A walk around the reserve with two of our experienced volunteers to find and identify small mammals. Meet at the visitor centre. Pre booking recommended. Moth Trap Opening Each Wednesday in August join Dave Nesham to see and identify moths caught on the reserve. Meet at the visitor centreX July9pm Bat Night Another chance to walk around the reserve with a bat expert to look for bats and listen to them on our bat detectors. Meet at the visitor centre. Pre booking essential.. Summer Fair Our annual summer fair
Bird Walk Join Peter Griffin for a walk around the reserve to see the many species resident at this time of year. Meet at the main car park.
Pie & Peas / Fungus Foray Annual pie and pea event from 11am followed by our popular Fungus Foray with expert Mary Larner. Walk around the reserve to find and ID a variety of fungi. Pie and peas booking recommended. Foray starts at 2pm from the visitor centre.
The Leeds Tapestry is a community embroidery celebrating the life and times of Leeds at the millennium. The sixteen completed panels are on display at the Central Library in Leeds.
Community Centre run by Leeds City Council.
Good for putting on shows and dances!
For Hire contact 0113 224 3850 (Lettings)
Tuesday (Term time only)
9.10am - 11.05am Calverley Playgroup
Thursday (Term time only)
9.05am - 11.00am Calverley Playgroup
For pre school children aged two and a half and up.
For place availability please contact:
Calverley Conservative Club is located in the centre of Calverley village, overlooking Victoria Park.
The club can be used for a variety of functions.
Aerobics Class, Saturdays from 1.15pm - 2.15pm
Bring a towel, water bottle and £3.50
Acoustic Sunday, Last Sunday of the month from 6.00pm - 9.00pm
"The opportunity for musicians, comedians, magicians (and more) of all abilities (a reasonable standard expected) and ages to get together showcase their skills.
Everyone gets 8-12 minutes on stage (PA and lighting is provided).
£1.00 entry. Bring an instrument and join in, or be part of the audience (no talking whilst an artiste is performing please).
For more information contact Bryan.
Local charity Cloth Cat (making music accessible to all).
Cloth Cat use music training to help local people to improve the quality of their lives through empowerment, confidence building, making music contacts, learning musical and other skills. Cloth Cat also help users to gain control over their lives and find avenues into employment.
Cloth Cat operate on a "not for profit" basis, so any money that is made goes towards their current activities and expanding their programme of music projects.
Community Events (Other)
Calverley Methodist Church
Coffee Morning, First Saturday of each month, 10am -12pm, Calverley Methodist Hall
Charles Wesley's Cooking Club, first Saturday of each month
Services on Sunday
Singing for Pleasure, Monday from 2pm
Sing for an hour, sing and have a chat.
Contact Alan Thompson 0113 2198479
New members welcome (male voices in particular needed).
Childminder Drop In, Tuesdays, 9.15am -10.45am
Contact Nicola 07840790516
Baby Group, Tuesdays, 2.00pm - 3.30pm
Contact Sharon 07914237502
Pilates Class, Tuesdays
Intermediate from 7pm - 8pm
Beginners from 8pm - 9pm
Suitable for all abilities.
Great for improving core strength, posture and toning up.
Calverley Lunch Club, Wednesdays, 11.45am at Calverley Methodist Church (organised by Farsley Live at Home Scheme)
Two course lunch for £4.25, new over 60's welcome.
Opportunity for residents to have nice food and a chat in a warm, friendly environment.
Indoor Market, Date to be confirmed, 10am - 3pm
Local produce, crafts and bric a brac.
£10.00 for a large table and £7.00 for a small table.
Come along to this popular event!
The church is now inviting the hire of the hall for children's parties. We have a lovely, spacious hall with good facilities.
For a limited period we are offering a free birthday cake for the birthday boy or girl.
To make an enquiry please contact Julie on 07928 305606.
Friday 10.00am - 12.00pm (Sew Creative)
Classes cost £6.00 each and are held in the Brookleigh Community Room (Brookleigh Sheltered Housing Complex)
People of all ages and abilities are welcome to join.
You can work on your own projects or be creative.
Brookleigh Residents Association
Keep Fit for Seniors Wednesdays 2.00pm - 3.00pm £1.50.
Thursday Afternoon Get Together 2.00pm - 3.30pm tea/coffee and biscuit 30p.
Link to the creative classes held at this lovely local knitting and quilting shop.
Calverley Horticultural Society
Click here to link to the Calverley Horticultural Society site.
2017 was the Centenary of Calverley Horticultural Society.
Stores are open every Sunday 10.30am until 11.30am for compost and other supplies.
Meetings held at Calverley Methodist Church
Contact Shirley Taylor
? May 2019, Calverley Horticultural Society Plant Sale, 10.00am until 11.30am, Calverley Methodist Church Hall
Plant sale, good prices (Get there early).
Allotment Open Day, ? August, 10am until 1pm
? August, Annual Show, 2.30pm until 5pm, Methodist Church Hall
Calverley Parish Church (St. Wilfrid's Church)
1st Sunday of the month
10.45am Family Communion
2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th Sunday of the month
9am Traditional Communion
10.45am All age family service
Saturdays in Term Time (not 1st Saturday in the month as Messy Play)
5,30pm to 6.15pm, Family Communion Service
Click here to link to the St. Wilfrid's Church Calverley site.
Calverley Community Coffee Shop (Open Fridays 9am -12pm and Saturdays 9am -12pm, at Calverley Parish Church)
Help is required for people to help out at this coffee shop (not every week - closed during holidays) between 10am -12pm (rota and dates to suit).
Training will be given for volunteers. Duties may include clearing tables, washing up, serving food.
Contact John or Pauline Corbin on 0113 2100765
Thanksgiving service for the NHS, Sunday 8 July 3pm, St Wilfrid's.
We're saying thank you for the NHS. We'll have people sharing about their work and what the NHS means to them. If you've been a patient and particularly if you work in healthcare, we'd love to see you. A short service followed by a cream tea. Bring the kids.....
First Saturday of each month from 3pm. Fun for all the family.
About one hour in the mess being creative with paint, glue, playdoh, paper, and scissors.
We then move over into to church for a short celebration of the same theme explored creatively, before returning to The Barn for a shared meal.
St. Wilfrid’s Parish Church, Calverley – Churchyard Project
Please contact David Badger on 0113 2565840 for further information.
A wildflower meadow has been planted by local children in the meadow below the new graveyard.
Watch out for a blaze of summer colour and enjoy the wildlife attracted to the plants.
Church bells are rung in the village for special occasions and only because people have volunteered their time and talent (often from outside the village), to enable this to happen.
Calverley "tower" are looking for new bell ringers who can commit to regular practise sessions. Practise night is Thursday evenings (with bellringing also needed for Sunday service).
11 November 2018 is the centenery of the first Armistice Day and it is hoped that people from Calverley could ring the bells in Calverley tower once more.
If you think that you may be able to help, please contact Maurice Calvert email@example.com
Angel in Calverley Churchyard
A twenty foot carved wooden angel has appeared in Calverley Parish Church (St Wilfrid's) Churchyard.
The ancient and picturesque churchyard, which has recently won an interim Gold Award from Leeds In Bloom, is the perfect setting for the angel.
The angel has been created by local Otley based artist Shane Green and has been carved from the remains of the 200 year old beech tree which was badly damaged by a storm in 2011.
More information about the artist and the Calverley Angel is available here
Meetings - Tuesdays from 7.00pm in The Barn.
St James the Great, Woodhall
31 March, Devil's Passion (A Divine Comedy), @ 7.30pm
Galloway Lane, Pudsey, LS28 8JR
33 AD. Jesus enters Jerusalem to fulfill his destiny. Satan ascends from Hell to stop him.
A battle begins - for the soul of humanity.
Passion Pit Theatre presents
tickets: £15 book online: http://thedevilspassionstjamesthegreat.bpt.me
telephone: 0800 411 8881
David Suchet has described it as as "One of the most remarkable evenings I've spent in the theatre."
Link to the Rotary Club website
Calverley St. Wilfrid's Cricket Club
Cricket may not be played in the winter but the pavilion can be used for events all year round.
Perfect location, overlooking the park.
Click here to go to the website.
Calverley Cricket Club are fundraising towards re-furbishing the cricket club.
Any donations, help, support that can be given to this lovely cricket club is gratefully received.
If you have any cricket memorabilia in your attic (or elsewhere) relating to the club, please contact David Alred on 0113 2560393.
Mondays, 2pm onwards, Community Bingo
Free Raffle. Tea/Coffee available.
Fun and chat.
Calverley Bowling Club provides competition and social crown green bowling for everyone during the season April to October.
New to the game or experienced you are always welcome.
Contact Geoff Dixon on 0771 526 0136 or come to see us at the bowling green.
Click here to go to the website.
Calverley Players, Mechanic's Institute, Thornhill Street, Calverley
"The Barn", St Wilfrid's Church, Calverley
Available to hire.
Sunday 9.00am - 10.00am
Friday 19.00pm - 20.00pm
on 0113 290 9068
Pilates Class, Mondays from 6.15pm until 7.15pm (Commencing 14 September)
These classes are run as courses and they coincide with school half term blocks (normally 6 to 8 weeks long).
£6.00 per class when purchased as a block course or £7.00 per class when paid for individually.
Contact: Marcus - 07590 805823
Calverley Over 50's Club, (meets at Calverley St Wilfrid's Cricket Club)
Meets 2pm on the last Wednesday of each month.
The programme of events includes: Guest Speakers, Quizzes, Musical and Other Events.
Annual subscription is £2.00 and £1.00 is payable at each meeting (this includes tea, coffee, biscuit and a raffle ticket).
The will also be organised trips for which payments will be required.
For further information, please contact Clifford Wheatley on 0113 256 75211 or Constance Preston on 0113 257 1555.
A number of Dad's in the village are wanting to play five-a-side football after work.
Nothing too formal or competitive.
If you are interested, visit the Facebook page here
Meet at Rawdon Meadows (summer) and Undercliffe Cricket Club (winter). Something for all abilities and friendly too.
Dementia Friends aims to make everyday life better for people with dementia by changing the way the nation acts, thinks and talks.
Being a Dementia Friend is about turning understanding into action; from giving someone a helping hand to find the right bus, to encouraging someone else to be a Dementia Friend.
Information sessions are available which helps the audience learn about Dementia and how they can help to create Dementia Friendly Communities.
Christian Aid Fundraising Events
All are welcome to come along to the church service and to find out more about the work of Christian Aid.
NSPCC Fundraising Events
Contact Trisha Willis for more information on 01274 613979
Calverley Parkside Nursery
Baby Bugs Class, Monday 1pm
Music Bugs run fun, interactive and lively music and singing classes from 4 weeks to 12 months. Each class is 30 minutes long and the focus is on sensory play, stimulation and singing.
Beanstalk Creative is run by qualified teachers who are passionate about arts and crafts. They can also host children's craft parties with a choice of themes and activities.
Bespoke packages are also available to cater for different interests and hobbies and well as budgets.
Beanstalk Creative regularly hold workshops for Creative Calverley.
Sponge Tree provide community based arts and crafts workshops for all ages.
Sponge Tree specialises in natural art using sustainable approaches, recycled art + sculpture, outdoor learning + den building and creating wildlife habitats.
All workshops include materials and take home makes!
We are excited to share our interests with you and hope you find everything you need.