Summer of Fun: Pub Walk

23rd June: Explore Castle Hill (5.5 mile walk)

Farnley Tyas

Together, we will explore the beautiful countryside that surrounds this iconic Kirklees landmark. The walk is 5 ½ miles including the hike to the top for our free pop-up coffee stop, while we admire the view.

And all good walks should start and finish at a good pub for a pint, and this will be no exception. We’ll meet, at the beautiful Golden Cock in Farnley Tyas, and for those that want to, we’ll stop for a drink after.

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Summer of Fun: Art Walk & Picnic

10th July: Yorkshire Sculpture Park Walk & Picnic

Bretton (with optional transport from Huddersfield Station)

The Sculpture park is one of West Yorkshire’s best days out.
Set in the beautiful Bretton Hills, the park is home to numerous displays dotted all over this park plus, for those less mobile, there’s a gallery to explore. As well as having free time to go off and explore, we’ll be coming together to enjoy a Friendlees picnic.

Transport from Huddersfield will be provided, or you can meet us there.

Summer of Fun: Beer and Trains

20th July: Transpennine Real Ale Trail

from Dewsbury

As featured on the BBC’s Oz and James Drink to Britain, The Transpennine Real Ale Trail is a unique journey in search of Yorkshire and Lancashire’s best real ale pubs – by train! All the pubs are within a stones throw of the local railway station, so finding our way there
(and back) couldn’t be easier.

There will be a cost involved in buying your train ticket & depending on how much beer you drink!

Summer of Fun: Sing-Along Cinema

3rd August: Greatest Showman sing-along cinema with hotdogs & popcorn

Mirfield

Join us at Mirfield Community Centre to watch the movie on our giant screen, sing along to all the classics, and tuck into hot dogs, pop corn, and nachos.

There will be a ticket charge for this event to cover costs. Tickets will include free refreshments.

More details to follow.

Summer of Fun: Afternoon Tea, Music & Poetry

24th August: Exploring Batley Park & Bagshaw Museum

Batley

Bagshaw Museum is the hidden gem of Batley, if you’ve never been, (or even if it’s an old favourite) then you must join us for this fabulous event including:

  • a walk around the grounds of Batley Park,
  • followed by (optional) afternoon of tea (charge applies),
  • with poetry and live music out on the lawn,
  • visit to the museum itself – a stunning period house with exciting new displays about Ancient Egypt
  • and exploring the butterfly house.

The afternoon tea, poetry & music event at the park is raising money for Breast Cancer Care.

This event is free to attend but there may be optional additional charges, depending on which activities you choose to do.

Summer of Fun: Music & Dancing

7th September: Learn to Dance with Yellow Goose Dance Band

Huddersfield

Ever fancied learning the Foxtrot or the Charleston? Well this is the night you’ve been waiting for! It’s not strictly Strictly but… It is a live 10-piece band, with original songs, simple dance steps, real-time teaching and a brilliant night out.

NOT TO BE MISSED!

There will be a ticket charge for this event to cover costs & any money raised will go to support The Loose Change Charity

More details to follow.