Calendar of Community Events

All community groups and 'not for profit' organisations throughout the Parish are welcome to submit information regarding their forthcoming events, and we will be pleased to include them on the list below free of charge.  We will also display any information notices. However, we cannot display notices of a commercial or political nature.

Please see our Regular Events webpage for details of community groups' regular meetings across the Parish.

Gardening Talk : 27 February at 7.30 pm at Shelley Methodist Hall
Further details from Carol on 01484 606870

Friday Friendship Cafe : 1 March at Shelley Village Hall : 10am to 12 noon

Friday Friendship Cafe : 15 March at Shelley Village Hall : 10am to 12 noon

The Kings Men of Kings College Cambridge Concert : All Hallows Church in Kirkburton : 22 March at 7.30 pm A concert of secular and sacred music. Tickets £15 inc souvenir programme. Available from Church members, Kirkburton Newsagents, 70 North Road, Kirkburton and Kirklees Booking Office: 01484 225755 or http://www.kirkleestownhalls.co.uk  Admission strictly by ticket only.

Kirkheaton Local History Group Talk "Shop Lane Mills" : 28 March at 7.30 pm at Kirkheaton Community Centre
An illustrated talk by local historian, John Taylor, about the mills' two main owners: Ainley & Sons and Broadhead & Graves. £2.50 pay on the door, includes light refreshments.

Kirkheaton Youth FC host a Race Night : 29 March at 7.30 pm : The Spangled Bull in Kirkheaton All proceeds to support the community football club.

Shepley Spring Festival : 17 - 19 May
Kick off the 2019 Festival Season with the usual line up of festival favourites and tomorrow's folk stars, dancers, children's festival and more.  All at the new venue of Storthes Hall Park, less than 2 miles from Shepley.  Stop Press: Jack Rutter will be performing and there will be a showing of "All My Life's Buried Here", a new film about the life of George Butterworth, English composer, folk song collector and country dancer, killed in 2016 at Pozieres during Battle of the Somme, aged only 31.