Thingumajig Theatre will be on the streets of Sowerby Bridge this Sunday 15 Dec at 4:30 and 7:30pm, with Jellish.
Jellyfish puppets, costumes, design and direction by Kathy and Andrew Kim. Lights and sound too
It looks and sounds jellicious! Continue reading
Posted from Hebden Bridge, England, United Kingdom.
Message from Chris Goddard of HB Self Build CIC:
“The Hebden Bridge Community Self Build Community Interest Company has now joined forces with Todmorden Sustainable Low Impact Community Eco homes (SLICE) and is now called the Hebden Bridge And Todmorden Community Self Build Housing CIC (or HATS for short).
SLICE invites everyone to their Film Night on Wed 17th April at 7pm, in Todmorden Community Resource Centre (in the corner of the car park off Union St near the
centre of Todmorden).
Some people say not to worry ’bout the air, some people never had experience of air…(Talking Heads, Air)
Photo credit: Hugh Clark/Bat Conservation Trust
Ban the Burn! members and supporters might like to attend the free South Pennines National Character Area Profiles Workshop. This Pennine Prospects/Natural England workshop is about how the South Pennines Watershed Landscape Project has been influenced by Natural England’s update of the South Pennines National Character Area (NCA) profile.
The workshop takes place on Tuesday 29th January, 10am-2pm, at Hebden Bridge Town Hall. It is free, with lunch provided, and open to all, but you need to book in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or phoning 01422 847612, or 07582 101319.
Speakers include Nancy Stedman, Natural England Senior Adviser and Robin Gray, Watershed Landscape Project Manager Continue reading
Everyone is welcome to a discussion led by Geoff Tansey about the future of food, hosted by Blackshaw Environmental Action Team in Heptonstall on Wednesday 9th January at 7.45PM at the Social and Bowling Club. The topic is Our food future – global vs local? Admission is free.
Friends of Mytholm – a group of local residents concerned at the impact of the proposed development of the former Mytholm Works site in Hebden Bridge – invite local residents, businesses, residents of Mytholm Meadows sheltered accommodation; teachers and parents of children who attend the local primary school to a Buffet Lunch & Discussion upstairs at the Stubbing Wharf pub (wheelchair and pram access from tow path) at 12 noon, Sunday 14th October 2012. Followed by a site visit.
Anyone who would like to be part of a Self Build Housing Co-operative (or simply wants to find out more about it) is welcome to attend an open event held by Hebden Bridge Community Self Build Housing Community Interest Company (CIC), on Sunday September 9th, 3-5pm at the Hebden Bridge Trades Club.
All members of the public are welcome to attend the next meeting of Calderdale Council’s Economy and Environment Scrutiny Panel, on 26th July at 6pm in Todmorden Town Hall. The Calder Valley floods will be the only item on the agenda.