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  1. They Designed Lightcliffe

    Halifax

    Calderdale Heritage Walk: They Designed Lightcliffe

    16th Sep 2018

    Looking at some interesting local buildings of differing styles - many were the work of local architects who also designed public buildings and wor...
    Looking at some interesting local buildings of differing styles - many were the work of local architects who also designed public buildings and workers’ housing in this area. Meet John Brooke at 2.15 pm by The Old Church Dental Practice on A58 Whitehall Rd, 600 yards east of Hipperholme crossroads. HX3 8NT
  2. Bat Evening on the Shibden Estate

    Halifax

    Bat Evening on the Shibden Estate

    19th Sep 2018

    7.30pm Meet Batman and Robin at the Mereside café/meeting room at 19.30 for a talk followed by a walk around Shibden Park looking for bats and o...
    7.30pm Meet Batman and Robin at the Mereside café/meeting room at 19.30 for a talk followed by a walk around Shibden Park looking for bats and other creatures of the night. No dogs on this walk, please. Parking available in Shibden Park main car park. Bring a torch and warm clothes. Contact Robin Dalton 0771 286 7619 for further details. Free of charge. Session ends around 21.00.
  3. Bats on the Escarpment

    Halifax

    Bats on the Escarpment

    21st Sep 2018

    7pm Meet Chris Sutcliffe in the middle of Albert Promenade at 19.00 for a short walk around the woods hunting for bats and other nocturnal wildl...
    7pm Meet Chris Sutcliffe in the middle of Albert Promenade at 19.00 for a short walk around the woods hunting for bats and other nocturnal wildlife. No dogs on this walk, please. Please bring a torch. Free of charge. Session ends around 21.00.
  4. Bats in the Belfry

    Halifax

    Bats in the Belfry

    25th Sep 2018

    Meet Calderdale Countryside & Woodland staff and a member of St John's Church, Coley (between Shelf & Hipperholme), at 7.15pm to learn more about b...
    Meet Calderdale Countryside & Woodland staff and a member of St John's Church, Coley (between Shelf & Hipperholme), at 7.15pm to learn more about bats and nocturnal wildlife that live in the local area. Outdoor session, including a short walk across fields with gates & stiles. Torches & warm clothing required. Free of charge.
  5. Autumn Baskets & Pots Workshop at Manor Heath Park

    Halifax

    Autumn Baskets & Pots Workshop at Manor Heath Park

    26th Sep 2018

    10.30am - 12pm Join us at the Jungle Experience, Manor Heath Park Halifax HX3 0EB ...
    10.30am - 12pm Join us at the Jungle Experience, Manor Heath Park Halifax HX3 0EB Plant your hanging basket for a glorious autumn garden display. Use the same type of plants the professionals use for the Calderdale displays. Design your own or get free help and advice from our horticulturalist. A 14" wire hanging basket with 12 plants costs £15, or you can buy plants individually at 31 each to put in your own containers. Booking essential – to book a place, e-mail countryside@calderdale.gov.uk Hands on Horticultural Workshops take place under cover in the entrance area to the Jungle Experience at Manor Heath Park.
  6. FLY! South Pennines Kite Festival

    Halifax

    FLY! South Pennines Kite Festival

    29th Sep 2018

    Let's go fly a kite to celebrate our vibrant communities and beautiful landscapes. A series of community engagement workshops over the coming m...
    Let's go fly a kite to celebrate our vibrant communities and beautiful landscapes. A series of community engagement workshops over the coming months will build aerial artworks culminating in a festival finale from 11am - 4pm this autumn at Hunter Hill, between Wainstalls and Mixenden.
  7. Calderdale Heritage Walk: History on the Hillside

    Hebden Bridge

    Calderdale Heritage Walk: History on the Hillside

    30th Sep 2018

    Exploring the Birchcliffe and Nutclough areas where Victorian Hebden Bridge expanded. Some ups and downs and a section of woodland are involved. ...
    Exploring the Birchcliffe and Nutclough areas where Victorian Hebden Bridge expanded. Some ups and downs and a section of woodland are involved. Stout footwear recommended. Meet Jo Bird at 2.15 pm in St. George’s Square, Hebden Bridge. HD7 8ET

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