AUCTION NIGHT: In aid of the Shaun Markey appeal. At Queensbury Golf Club on Saturday 23rd at 7pm. FREE entry and FREE hot supper, there will be a huge raffle and plenty of entertainment as well as lots of wonderful items up for auction donated by local people, so bring plenty of cash! Please come along and support Shine with Shaun, the auction will start at 8pm; Everyone welcome!
CHEERLEADING CLASSES: For 5-8 year olds 4.15 – 6pm (cheer, flips and tricks) and for 9 years and over 6.15-8pm on Wednesdays. IDTA Ballet and Tap for all ages on Thursdays from 4.30pm onwards at AKA Dance Studios, 53 West End, Queensbury, BD13 2BD please call 07454945252 for details or visit www.akadancestudios.co.uk.
JOB CLUB: If you are out of work and don’t have internet access at home, we are here to help! Pop along to QCP @ the Bank, 36 High Street Queensbury, every Tuesday 9-12 where you will be able to log on to Universal Job Search and get help by our volunteers. If you are interested in employability training please ask, we have free courses on offer! Call 01274 816748 or 07592011977.
LIBRARY MEETING: A public consultation meeting is being held to discuss the future of the library services in Bradford West,(CLAYTON, THORNTON, & HAWORTH ROAD) on Monday 25th January from 6pm – 7pm at CITY library, Centenary Square, Bradford. There is also a drop in session from 4pm – 6pm for those unable to attend the meeting. All those concerned with this issue are invited to attend and voice an opinion.
Our Sunday service on 24th January will start at 10.30am and will be led by Geoff Briggs.
Please come along and refreshments available
We will be celebrating Our 30th Anniversary of the Church on Saturday 19th March.
Lots of memorabilia to see, food and music to listen too and also enjoy the flower festival
FREE BASIC CYCLE MAINTENANCE CLASS in the Black Dyke Mills Heritage Venue: Saturday February 13th 12 till 2.30 (including break for lunch). Barry of Firth Cycles will give you the step-by-step knowhow for mending punctures, checking your brakes and tyres – a pre-spring check to get you eager to spring into the saddle!
The Queensbury Community 1940’s Day Committee are trying to raise funds to put on another 1940’s Day for Saturday 18th June 2016. To enable this we are hosting this Irish night at the George. As usual we have to pay the band. Please make a donation to allow to do this. Any surplus will go towards funding the 1940’s Day which has free entry to all in the afternoon. It will be an outstanding community event.
Rakish Paddy are a first class Calderdale band, make your requests of songs direct to the band.
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Queensbury Performing Arts are looking for new members to come along to sing, act or dance, no experience required. Also new members to help out behind the scenes and front of house.
Anyone interested can join and enquire via QPA Facebook page or email me on email@example.com Thanks Sue
At a recent Frozen Party hosted by the Queensbury 1940’s committee, Susan Dickerson went around the Conservative Club collecting for the Shaun Markey Appeal.
Thanks to the generosity of the patrons of the event and club members a sum of
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY EIGHT POUNDS AND FIFTEEN PENCE
I have just taken delivery of 4 re-furbished wheelie bins from Bradford Council.
Paul and I buy them direct from waste management and deliver them to Queensbury residents free of charge.
Recently we have had several requests for bins due to the damage which the storms we have just experienced caused.
Prior to today’s delivery I had allocated the small stock of 4 which I had held.
Dear residents if you need a bin due to storm damage of theft please contact me Lynda Cromie on 01274 884899, 07745683112 or e-mail my husband Councillor Paul Cromie at firstname.lastname@example.org
Kind regards Lynda Cromie
19 January, 16 February, 15 March, 19 April.
Cycle Queensbury Meetings: 3rd Tuesday of the month in the Halfway House pub (opposite the Victoria Halls in Queensbury) at 7 pm
Tues 5 April & Wed 6 April 2016:
Easter ‘Learn to Ride’ sessions at Shibden Head Primary Academy. “Ditch the stabilisers in an hour and a quarter! Bookings will be organised via the local Primary Schools.”
Thursday 31 March:
Easter Egg Hunt on the Great Northern Railway trail
Sunday 15 May:
Family Fun Rides Day on the Great Northern Railway trail
18 – 19 June 2016:
York Cycle Rally on the Knavesmire Race Course