Christmas Parties at The Woodman Inn

This year the Woodman Inn is feeling extra festive, and off the back of their highly successful parties in 2018, they are planning this year to be the best yet!

If you are considering hosting your party at the Woodman this year, you might like to know –

Both of their Private & Shared Party Nights will be £29.00 per person, and includes the following:

– A delicious 3-course festive meal
– All decorations, crackers & Christmas novelties
– Evening DJ Entertainment
– Dancefloor to crack out all your favourite festive dance moves on

If you would like the Menu & more information please contact 01484 605 778 or email hello@woodman-inn.com & speak to Chloe.

Chloe advises that “Each guest can choose 1 option per course from the choices in a pre-order, which we collect around 1 month before your party, and all dietary requirements can be catered for.

Party Nights will be held on Thursday’s, Friday’s & Saturday’s throughout some of November & all of December 2019, giving you a choice of either Upstairs in the Woodman Inn or across the road in Thunderbridge Gardens in our Glass Marquee.”

In addition, the Woodman Inn has 19 beautifully furnished en-suite rooms on-site, which can be booked, taking away the stress of transport logistics & you will also receive a hearty Yorkshire breakfast the next day. Please call or email us for pricing.

Provisionally places can be held for up to two weeks, and on completion of the booking they require a deposit of £10 per person to secure your places.

Call 01484 605 778 or email hello@woodman-inn.com & speak to Chloe to book!

STORTHES HALL PARK WINS BRITISH CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE SMALL BUSINESS OF THE YEAR AWARD

Chamber of commerceStorthes Hall Park near Huddersfield has won the British Chambers of Commerce Small Business of the Year Award for Mid-Yorkshire, following its transformation over the last 12 months.

This win, the SHP team hope, is the first of many following four nominations this year alone in the business, tourism and hospitality sectors. The spotlight has been put firmly on the  country venue set in 44-acres of parkland, after a £2m investment helped convert the popular student accommodation site into a top hospitality and wedding venue.

Storthes Hall Park has already been nominated for Business Events Venue of the Year and New Tourism Business awards, as well as a prestigious White Rose Award, due to be announced later this autumn.

Storthes Hall Park Business Development Manager Miriam Pedersen-Smith said: “We are delighted to gain this recognition for the team who have worked incredibly hard throughout the year to turn Storthes Hall Park into a real destination venue for West Yorkshire.

“We can now look forward to the National Chambers’ finals, as well as our other award nominations in the tourism and hospitality sectors due to be announced later this year.”

Storthes Hall Park is now in the running for a National Chambers Award to be held at the Chamber Business Awards Gala Dinner on Thursday 28th November at the Tobacco Dock, London. The Chamber Business Awards is one of the showpiece events in the business calendar, recognising and promoting the best of British business.

 

SHP is up against nine other regional winners from across England, Scotland and Wales.

For contact details and more information about Storthes Hall Park please check out their directory listing here –

The Venue – Storthes Hall Park

STORTHES HALL PARK REINVENTED AFTER OWNER’S SEVEN-FIGURE INVESTMENT

Historic venue reaps rewards following new business & marketing strategy  

 Storthes Hall Park near Huddersfield has successfully reinvented itself as a top corporate and wedding venue after adopting a new business and marketing strategy, backed up by a significant investment.

Building: Storthes Hall
Location: Huddersfield, Huddersfield University
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Turnover has increased significantly over the last 12 months as bookings for weddings and corporate events have surged following owners, South Street Asset Management, investing more than £2m in the venue and parkland.

Traditionally been known as offering only student accommodation, in 2018/19 its corporate and team building bookings have grown by an incredible 80 per cent.

Following on from the investment Storthes Hall has since been nominated for four tourism and business awards this year and created further full and part-time roles on the site. As well as a major revamp of the conferencing facilities and accommodation within Storthes Hall, the decision to bring catering provision in-house has proved to be a winning formula.

Storthes Hall Park Operation Director said: “This is been a transformative year for the venue and we anticipate further double-digit growth next year. With that we will create further employment opportunities at the Hall and hope to work with more local businesses and suppliers as part of our community-first ethos.”

Business Development Manager Miriam Pedersen-Smith added: “The award nominations have already helped put Storthes Hall Park on the map as a top business and wedding destination in West Yorkshire, but bringing our catering function in-house also allowed us to source and use local producers which is helping to boost the local economy.”

Storthes Hall Park currently has plans to recruit further staff for the accommodation, marketing and hospitality teams later this year.  It currently offers 83 well-appointed bedrooms including a family/bridal apartment, executive rooms, five contemporary meeting rooms with restaurant and bar facility, all set in 44 acres of parkland.

The new-look website can be found at www.stortheshall.co.uk.

For contact details and more information about Storthes Hall Park please check out their directory listing here –

The Venue – Storthes Hall Park

Cliffe House October Half Term

Looking for something to keep the kids busy over the October Half Term?

Cliffe House October 2019 Half TermThen look no further as we have lots of fun activities going on every day, activities include

– Cliffe House Club – Running 9am – 5pm – For those 8 years plus – Activities include Bushcraft, Climbing, Archery, Team building plus lots more

– Climbing wall sessions – For those who are 6+, all equipment provided and full tuition given by our instructors

– Archery – Run in our sheltered range so don’t worry about the weather, full hour session with all the equipment provided

– Fancy Dress Competition – Who has the best costume? Is it you? If so you could win a birthday party worth £200, why not join in??

– Pumpkin Picking – Come along join the fun and pick your own and carve it on the carving station

– Pumpkin Trail – An hours family fun in the grounds of Cliffe House finished off with a Halloween treat if you complete it

– Arts and Crafts in the woods – Halloween themed fun

– Food and Drink available from our kiosk every day

Most activities are pre-bookable here – https://tickets.kirklees.gov.uk/

Cliffe House October 2019 Half Term October

Cliffe House October 2019 Half Term

The kettle is always on

Clayton West Baby and Toddler Group is the place where the kettle is always on!

Clayton West Baby and Toddler Group is a fantastic playgroup for little ones from birth up to 4 years old.

Held every Friday between 1-3pm during term time at the Clayton West Darby and Joan Club, there is something to do for everyone (even us Mums and Dads!).

Clayton West Baby and Toddler Group
Clayton West Baby and Toddler Group
Photo taken by John Steel Photography

The lovely ladies that run the group are always warm, welcoming and very friendly. Great for a chat while your little one is off exploring and playing!

The playgroup is held in a bright, clean and well maintained hall, the perfect environment to take your little ones to have a play.

There is a sensory area for babies, toys for all ages and even a craft area with different activities and things to make each week. There has been colour sand picture making, lollipop people, sensory bottles, magic bean planting and lots more! Not forgetting seasonal crafts and card making for all occasions through the year.

Clayton West Baby and Toddler Group also provide learning through song as everyone sits down together to sing (and have a dance!) along to well known and much loved nursery rhymes as well as throwing in some new ones too! This is always followed by snack time where a wonderful variety of healthy snacks and drink is provided. There is also Tea and Coffee provided along with the occasional piece of yummy cake for us Mums and Dads to enjoy!

It’s a fantastic place to meet up with new friends and for the kiddies to run around and play together.

Clayton West Baby and Toddler group really is a fantastic place to make new friends and let your little ones run around and play together!

Janene and Kay look forward to welcoming you each Friday afternoon at the Clayton West Darby and Joan Club.

Want to find out more please visit their listing on our directory –

Clayton West Baby and Toddler Group

Light Up the Woods 3 in Cliffe Woods

Do you/your group want to get involved?

On behalf of the event organisers (Cliffe Woods Conservation Group, Made in Clayton West and Upper Dearne Navigators & a number of local residents), you are invited to take part in the third LIght up the Woods event which will be held on Saturday 9th November in Cliffe Woods, Clayton West.
Whilst the event is located in Clayton West, it is a wonderful opportunity for the communities of the Upper Dearne Valley to come together.
Vicki Stratford from Made in Clayton West said “This event has been successfully run for the last two years and has grown each year. We would love you to get involved whether you have done so before or for the first time.”

To be involved you/your group simply need to create some amazing lanterns using appropriate safe materials.  Please note – containers made from glass are not suitable.  The lanterns will need to be lit by other means than naked flames & the lighting will need to be effective. Glow sticks are great on their own, but if diffused by paper or plastic their light diminishes considerably. It would not be good for young people making lights and lanterns to be disappointed by poor lighting.

Last year Navigators stepped in and helped out a couple of displays to ensure they had bright lights throughout the event. They do not always have the resources to hand out free lights, so please, take a look at the various options – some of these are re-useable.
Cheap battery light chains, LEDs, LED sticks, LED Candles, etc, but please make sure they will work in the environment of the woods at night.  What works in a darkened room may be lost in the open woods.
If you would like to be involved in this winter spectacular you must email by the end of WEDNESDAY 25th SEPTEMBER 2019. 
It would be great if you could inform roughly what you are planning on doing so it can be factored when allocating available spaces. 
If you were involved last year & would like the same space again you can request this.  However it can’t be guaranteed that you will be allocated the same space. 
Please note after 25th September space cannot be guaranteed.

Here are a few important things you need to know.  Apologies if you know them already, if so they can act as a reminder:

  • This is an organic gathering run by volunteers where each participating group/individual will be responsible for themselves;
  • The Cliffe Woods Conservation Group & Made in Clayton West have insurance cover for the event;
  • The Secret Garden area will be used as an arts arena by the Upper Dearne Navigators & will be closed off;
  • There will  be no sparklers, fireworks, glass or naked flames;
  • The route will be a circular walk;
  • No amplified music is permitted;
  • People coming to the event will be encouraged to walk to the Woods & bring a hand torch.  The car park at the entrance to Cliffe Woods will be closed for the evening.  As in previous years in this area there will be a central hub for questions, lost children & first aid.  There will be adult marshalling throughout the event, including setting up & at closing;
  • Refreshments will be available again to purchase at the Clayton West Bowling Club by the Clayton West W.I.;
  • To ensure everyone’s safety there will be an Event Management Plan in place which includes an emergency evacuation plan.  An overall site risk assessment will be carried out on the day & just prior to the event starting;
  • Your group will need to carry out your own risk assessment for the creating & making of your lanterns & delivering them to & from Cliffe Woods on the day of the event;
  • Children under the age of 10 will need to be accompanied by an adult.  We will be making this clear when promoting the event.  If you promote the event & its details (whether internally or externally of your group) we would expect you to state this fact so everyone coming is clear;
  • This is a public event in a public space & there will be no control over who is taking photos or how or where they will be used;
  • There can be assistance available for help with design & ideas. Please just ask us.
  • ON THE DAY you will need to display your lanterns/light display in the Woods by 4.00pm & switch on the lights at dusk (which will be around 4.00pm).  Please allow plenty of time to put up the displays.  It is also a requirement that you take them down at the end of the evening (from around 8.30pm) & take them away. 

By saying Yes to being involved in the event, you are agreeing to all of the above.  Thus ensuring a successful event for all.

Ewan Scott from the Navigators said “If you have any questions please get in touch, we are more than happy to help.  We want to make this event even more creative and fun for everyone involved.”

Five Years’ Growth for Navigators

Upper Dearne Valley Navigators was created five years ago at the request of parents and young people after Ewan and Fiona Scott left the local Scout Group that they’d run for the best part of 20 years.

Ewan Scott said “We had no intention of starting anything else, we felt that we deserved a break. However, within a week of us resigning we had calls from parents and young people asking could we do something for them.

“We trialled a non-uniformed group doing the same activities as we used to do with Scouts and the demand was there, so we set up Upper Dearne Valley Navigators. We are considered by some as competition to the established uniformed groups locally, but in reality, we offer something slightly different that appeals to a different set of young people, only a handful of our current members were ever in Scouts or Guides.”

The new group started officially in September 2014, and the Leadership team was joined by James Drainer, Leanne and Maria Glover and Carol Power, all of whom had previously been part of the team at the Scout Group.

Since then Navigators has grown to offer two age ranges, covering in all, from 7 – 18 years. Across the Group there are 40 youth members and demand is growing.

Activities offered include archery, canoeing, cooking, camps, climbing, games, crafts, fire skills, circus skills, kayaking, laserquest, axe throwing and just about anything else you can imagine.

The group has run two international trips for its older members, one to the Ardennes and the other to Alsace – both included visits to war memorials, visits to The Menin Gate, canoeing, city visits, and much more. A third trip is proposed for 2020.

Additionally, Navigators sponsored a funding application to allow free two hour sports sessions at the Skelmanthorpe Community Centre, with two trained coached for 39 weeks during term time. The Group is open to similar packages that help offer activity to the wider youth and children’s community in the Upper Dearne Valley.

About Upper Dearne Valley Navigators

We are a non-uniformed youth group following the basic principles of scouting as laid out over 100 years ago.  Navigators is non-religious, non-political and we are open to any young person who comes to us with parental support and a real interest in being part of the group.

We are one of around five Navigator Groups in the UK, but interest is growing.

Navigators started in New York City in 2003 when a Scout Troop sponsored by a Unitarian Church found itself at odds with the attitudes displayed by Boy Scouts America towards minorities. The Navigators movement now has 257 Chapters in the USA, it has a group in France, at Toulouse and another in Uganda, plus of course, the UK Groups in Huddersfield, Lincoln, Dover, Teignmouth, Newton Abbot, with another two expected to open by September.

 

To get in touch with the Navigators please visit their listing on the HD8 Network

Upper Dearne Valley Navigators

Residential Flats Available To Let

One of our members has asked us to let you know that there are Residential Flats available To Let

PENNINE HOUSE, BARNSLEY ROAD, SCISSETT

First floor 2 bedroom flat with main bathroom and en-suite bathroom.

Kitchen with fitted washer/dryer, oven and hob plus fitted fridge/freezer.

Asking Rent – £525.00

Bond – £605.00

Other flats available from £275 pcm

 

If this is of interest to you, please contact Vickers Carnley on 01924 291500 or isobel.smith@vickerscarnley.co.uk

https://www.vickerscarnley.co.uk

 

Summer Activities 2019 at Cliffe House

Cliffe House is pleased to announce its 2019 Summer Programme of Activities –

What is on summer 2019 Cliffe House HD8 Network· Archery (suitable for ages 6+) Mondays & Thursdays £5.00 – Located in our indoor range, so don’t worry about the weather

· Little Cooks Bushcraft (suitable for ages 7+) Fridays 1pm – 3pm £14.00 – Want to try making some wild garlic butter, pizza’s or bread on an open fire? Then give this a try!

· Climbing Tower – Wednesdays 10.30am – 4pm £3 for 4 climbs or £5 for unlimited– Can you get to the top of all 4 climbs?

· Cliffe House Club – Limited Spaces – £30 – An all day session running from 9am – 5pm – includes walking, canoeing, climbing, archery and bushcraft

· Adventure Playground (Monday – Friday 10am – 4pm) – Free access

· Kiosk (10am – 3pm) – Delicious homemade food available all day

· Woodland Walks (ask at the Kiosk for a pack) – Family Fun for only £5, includes outdoor play equipment to enjoy once you have completed the walk

All equipment provided and sessions run by fully qualified and enthusiastic instructors.

BOOK ONLINE AT tickets.kirklees.gov.uk

ALSO WATCH OUT FOR SPECIAL EVENTS BEING RUN THROUGHOUT THE SUMMER MONTHS

Check out our Facebook@CliffeHouse for a full list

Shepley Spring Festival 2019

Wow what a great atmosphere and music there is at Shepley Spring Festival …. and great memories too!

Shepley Spring Festival 2019 Storthes Hall HD8 Network

New Venue Storthes Hall

The Venue and Aparthotel at Storthes Hall Park worked really well for the Shepley Spring Festival this year, especially as the weather was at the point of only threatening unpleasant weather…

The wide range of rooms in the Venue provided a variety of spaces and proves that there is future potential for a long and happy relationship between Shepley Spring Festival and Storthes Hall.  Especially if other parts of the grounds were available to expand into.

If you would like to get in touch with the Venue at Storthes Hall, please find details on our directory listing here.

Laura Crane Youth Cancer Trust Festival Shop at Shepley 2019

LCYCT Shepley Festival Clothing ShopThe whole Shepley Spring Festival was buzzing all weekend, and none more so than the LYCT ‘ebay’ shop.  Selling items donated by a variety of organisations for the Laura Crane Youth Cancer Trust as part of their fundraising.

LCYCT Shepley Festival Shop

 

Not only did the charity get a great return on investment, decluttering stores and making a profit.

 

They also clothed the festival.

A lady even forgot her clothing – she had wine and knickers, but nothing more than the dress she was wearing …. until she shopped and kitted herself out at the Laura Crane Youth Cancer Festival Shop.

The range of clothing was outstanding with prices that made it unquestionable.  Items flew off the benches.  Bag and bags of sharfs, shawls, gloves and hats.  Pajamas, coats, tops and outdoor skiwear … I think they even had jeans and work trousers too.

The festival goers lapped it up and the Laura Crane Youth Cancer Trust were overwhelmed with the result and I believe they have personally thanked all that assisted them over the weekend and have asked the HD8 Network to extend their thanks to all.

Want to find out more about the Laura Crane Youth Cancer Trust please visit their listing on our directory for more information.

 

FREE ADULT COURSES – Kirklees College

Fancy learning a new skill or taking up a new hobby?

Interested in changing career?  Maybe you want to learn how to do something new?

Kirklees College logoKirklees College are offering a selection of absolutely free adult courses.

No hidden costs, to be eligible you simply need to be over 19 and live locally.

So be impulsive, bite the bullet and click through to our course page to see where your next educational journey can begin: https://www.kirkleescollege.ac.uk/free-adult-courses/

Kirklees College Free Adult Courses

 

For contact details and more information about Kirklees College please visit their Directory Listing – https://www.hd8network.co.uk/local-businesses/kirklees-college/

 

Would you like your business featured on the HD8 Network?  Then get in touch and discuss how you could benefit from this exposure.

Clayton West Baby and Toddler Group

Baby and Toddler Group for children 0-5 years old.

Friday’s 1-3pm at Clayton West Darby and Joan Club.

£1 under 1’s, £2 for over 1’s and £1 for siblings.

Range of crafts and other entertainment provided.  Singing and Snacks each week for the little ones, with tea and coffee available for the adults.

Well kitted out baby area, with lots of sensory toys. As well as role play and small world toys.

Parents, Grandparents, Carers and Childminders all welcome.

No need to book, just turn up.

For more details please visit their Facebook page – https://www.facebook.com/ClaytonWestToddlers/

Check out their directory listing on our website – https://www.hd8network.co.uk/local-businesses/clayton-west-baby-toddler-group/

 

Find out how you can get exposure for your organisation on the HD8 Network – https://www.hd8network.co.uk/join/

The TAG Speed Motorcycle Show

The TAG Speed Motorcycle Show is returning to Huddersfield for its second year running!

This year we’re coming back bigger and better with multiple trade stalls from main dealerships to second hand dealerships, a motorcycle trials stunt show, live music by some of Huddersfield’s own local bands, a bouncy castle fun run, food & drink(including alcohol) and of course the tribute to the fallen riders of 2019!

The TAG Speed Motorcycle Show made it’s mark on Huddersfield last year and for our first ever show it was a huge success.

We kickstarted a once dormant motorcycle community, that would normally have to travel hours outside of Yorkshire to attend any kind of motorcycle show, bringing everyone together for a fun, action packed day out.

This year we are setting the bar even higher and growing our show even further!

So…don’t miss out! Pencil our date into your diary and get your tickets booked!

We look forward to seeing you all at the show!

Shepley Spring Festival 2019

Spring Festival is an annual 3 day celebration of traditional music, song and dance.

The event started in 2007 and has developed a national and international profile as well  as being a community led and community based event.Shepley Spring Festival

The festival is moving this year from its previous location in Shepley village to a new home at Storthes Hall Park, Kirkburton with the concerts, bar, food stalls, craft fayre and children’s activities all based at ‘The Venue’.

Camping for weekend ticket holders is in the grounds adjacent to the site and other activities spill out into the pubs in local villages.

For more information check out – www.shepleyspringfestival.com

Shepley Spring Festival is a small, friendly, family orientated event expecting to attract about 1000 visitors this year.

Our aim is to celebrate the very best of traditional music and dance from Britain and beyond, showcasing some of the most well own artists of the folk music genre but also offering a platform for aspiring young musicians to perform on the same stage. In 2019 we are inviting groups and individuals from Lancashire, London, Cornwall, Scotland and France as well as performers who live in Shepley and other villages and towns in Yorkshire.

As organisers we are passionate about the music, the dance, the tradition, keeping it alive and passing it on to the next generation.

The annual event is organised by a small group of volunteers, none of whom benefit financially from the event. Members of the group all have daytime employment and planning the festival is an enjoyable but time consuming activity.  However like all other arts organisations and events we rely on grant funding and sponsorship to be able to stage the event.

There are a number of ways that you can help support the festival is you are an organization; sponsorship, advertising or having a stand at the event are a number of ways that your business could benefit from exposure and we welcome the opportunity to reduce our costs by receiving work in exchange of tickets.   If you would like more information please email info@HD8network.co.uk

However the best way you can support the festival is to buy a ticket and come along for a brilliant time, listening to a variety of traditional music and dance in a family friendly atmosphere.

Vacancy for a Musical Director

denby dale ladies choir musical directorDenby Dales Ladies Choir have a vacancy for a Musical Director

 

A professional musician and conductor with vocal coaching skills required

If you would like to apply to be the Musical Director/Conductor of Denby Dale Ladies’ Choir please email Liz Booth, Chairperson, for an Application Pack to: denbydaleladieschoir@gmail.com

Closing date for applications: Friday 15th March 2019

For more information about the choir please visit the website: www.denbydaleladieschoir.co.uk

Didsbury Dog Lovers’ Solution to Modern Day Loneliness

This year ‘Blue Monday’ falls on 21st January, Described as the ‘most depressing day of the year’, Blue Monday is known as the day when people feel at their lowest either due to the weather, lack of exercise, isolation or post Christmas lethargy.

Volunteer dog cuddling is being offered by Barking Mad Huddersfield & Halifax as an antidote to the problem of loneliness in modern society. For those who are retired or work from home and are spending large chunks of time alone, caring for a waggy-tailed companion on a temporary basis and meeting other like minded dog lovers could really help to overcome feelings of isolation.

The perception of loneliness as mainly an issue for the older generation is now proving inaccurate, as a study from the Office for National Statistics suggests that young adults are more likely to feel lonely than older age groups. Due to huge advances in technology, the number of freelancers and remote workers is rising, with an article in Business Leader claiming that a ‘third of business owners think that workforce will work remotely by 2020.’

Mark of Barking Mad Huddersfield & Halifax said “Whilst remote working has obvious advantages, working alone under pressure and not having the physical presence of a team to support you can lead to loneliness that can’t be fixed by any kind of app. Caring for a friendly dog not only provides canine cuddles (far better than any virtual hug) but also the motivation to go and take a winter walk at lunchtime, increasing the likelihood of adhering to New Year fitness resolutions.”

The community of Barking Mad host families mainly consists of active retired people and those who either work from home or have extended periods away from work such as those who work in schools or colleges. It offers the opportunity to care for dogs in your own home, while their owners are away on holiday. Hosts experience all the benefits of dog companionship without any of the emotional or financial responsibilities of full-time pet ownership.

To find out more about becoming a Barking Mad host and help banish those January blues, you can call Mark on 01484 599420, email mark.abbott@barkingmad.uk.com or visit https://www.facebook.com/BarkingMadDogCareHuddersfield/ or https://www.barkingmad.uk.com/local/yorkshire/huddersfield/

Barking Mad is part of the Franchise Brands plc group of companies and is the UK’s favourite dog holiday company, as verified by TrustPilot. Contact Barking Mad at www.barkingmad.uk.com to find your dog’s home from home today.

Bella Contour Consultation Day

Bella Contour is holding a permanent consultation day at Yorkshires Premier Cosmetic Clinic the Skyn Doctor Clinic on Birkhouse Lane Huddersfield HD5 8BE between 10am & 3pm.

 

A great opportunity to learn all about permanent cosmetic treatments and see what can be achieved with a free bespoke brow design. To book a consultation please contact Elle Tyler on 0787 371 607.

 

Address of the event is – Skyn Doctor Clinic Birkhouse Lane Huddersfield HD5 8BE

Join the Fight

The Laura Crane Youth Cancer Trust take great pride in getting to know those they partner with and offer flexible support to our commercial partners.

By joining you are helping the charity provide world class research into cancers affecting 13-24 year olds as well as supporting thousands of teen and adolescents cancer patients during their battle against cancer.

Every day 7 teenagers & young adults are told they have cancer, they need you to #jointhefight

 

Please click here to download the Laura Crane Trust’s Fight Club leaflet 

 

Please see the Laura Crane Trust’s listing on our website for contact details

What’s on at Cliffe House this February Half Term!

Monday 18th to Friday 22nd February 2019


Cliffe House

Climbing Wall – Tuesday 19th February

Our climbing wall will be open from 11am until 3pm.

30 minutes session £3 per person

All day access £5 per person

Collect your wristbands from the Kiosk. (Weather dependent)


Try it! Archery – Wednesday 20th February (pre-bookable)*

11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm (10 mins induction 50 mins session)

£3 per person suitable for ages 6yrs+



Little Cooks Kitchen – Wednesday 20th February ( pre-bookable)*

9am until 12pm £20 per child, for ages 8yrs+

Includes ingredients and tutoring from an experienced qualified chef.



Cliffe House Club – Thursday 21st February (pre-bookable)*

9am until 5pm £30 per child including packed lunch (£5 Early drop off available from 8.00am) for ages 8-12 years

Spend the day doing a variety of outdoor activities such as; archery, team building games, orienteering, etc.



Adventure Playground & Kiosk

Why not enjoy a hot coffee from our kiosk whilst the children play in the adventure playground.

Open throughout Kirklees School Holidays (excluding Bank Holidays).

Our adventure playground is free to use, however, we rely on your kind  donations of £1 per child to ensure that we can keep this playground open for our local community to enjoy.

Kiosk open 11am-3pm — Adventure playground 10am-4pm


*Pre-bookable activities

To book go to https://www.kirklees.gov.uk/beta/town-halls/events-and-tickets.aspx and search Cliffe House.

Limited spaces available, book now to avoid disappointment.

 

Cliffe House, 140 Lane Head Road, Shepley, Huddersfield, HD8 8DB               T: 01484 225083 option  3

E: cliffehouse@kirklees.gov.uk              www.cliffehouse.co.uk