What's On in Calderdale 20th - 22nd July

What's On in Calderdale 20th - 22nd July

Friday 20th July

This Friday Saturday and Sunday you can once again Chow Down at the Piece Hall as the monthly market of independent food pop-ups, ale, cocktails, live music and DJs returns (Fri: 4pm - 10pm; Sat: 11am - 10pm; Sun: 11am - 7pm FREE entry).

At Hollins Mill in Sowerby Bridge you can enjoy one fantastic full weekend of comedy brought to you by Foot of the Barrel. Start your Friday night with Justin Moorhouse, Jack Gleadow and Elliot J Huntley. Finish your Saturday night with Paul Sinha, Harriet Dyer and Anthony J Brown. (From 7pm each evening. Tickets per night £12 or tickets for the full weekend £20).


Saturday 21st July

Enjoy a Bird Walk & Survey at Cromwell Bottom Local Nature Reserve. Join Mike Henshaw and members of the Cromwell Bottom Wildlife Group outside the cabin at the Reserve (HD6 2RG) at 9.45am for a 2-hour walk (about 2 miles on easy paths) to observe and identify birds on the Reserve. (FREE, donations welcome. Refreshments will be available at the end of the walk).

It’s The Millers Bar Beer Festival in Brighouse with guest ales, craft kegs and live music. FREE entry.

You can climb ROKTFACE, the UK's highest man-made climbing wall at Rokt Climbing Gym, for just £10 (that's half price!) today!

There’s live music at Westgate Arcade Halifax with ‘In Echoes’. (12.30pm – 2.30pm FREE).

Boothtown & Southowram Methodist Church are holding their Summer Fayre. There will be various stalls, games and food. The proceeds will be split between church funds and The Boys' Brigade and The Girls' Brigade. (11am – 2pm,Beverley Place, Akroydon, Halifax, HX3 6LR.)

It's Halifax Police Station Open Day, with station tours, dance displays, family entertainment , children's rides, face painting, a charity dunking stool and more!! (11am - 3pm, Richmond Close, Halifax, HX1 5TW).

Chow Down and the Hollins Mill Comedy Weekend both continue today.


Sunday 22nd July

Join Calderdale Heritage Walks for an attractive scenic stroll around Eaves, Slack and Heptonstall - a world of folklore, poets, plague villages and other aspects of local history. Some rougher paths and a steep drop on one side. Suitable footwear needed. (Meet John Billingsley at 2.15pm in Heptonstall Bowling Club carpark, HX7 7LT £3).


Chow Down continues at The Piece Hall today

Published at 20 Jul 2018


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