Here’s an online nativity featuring children from Newsome Juniors, Hillside Primary and South Crosland Juniors, with a song by Berry Brow Infants. Thank you to Rev Julie Anderson for sharing.
Look out for Santa in your area.
Please maintain social distancing, or wear a face covering if it’s not possible to stay 2m apart.
Organised by Newsome Ward Community Forum.
If you’re looking for an ethical Christmas gift that supports your local community, Growing Newsome have some gift boxes of homegrown preserves available to buy. You can choose the contents from a selection of jams and jellies, all freshly made this Summer and Autumn from fruit and vegetables grown in the Newsome area or nearby. Find out more on the Growing Newsome website:
Berry Brow Carnival Committee have two challenges for you:
- Decorate a gingerbread person or
- Decorate a Yule log
How to enter the competition
Send a photo of your entry to firstname.lastname@example.org
Don’t forget to include you name, address and phone number
Closing date: 5pm on 18th December
Local community groups and organisations need your help more than ever to support people over the festive season. It’s been a difficult year for lots of groups and charities who have struggled to keep going in lockdown and beyond. TSL Kirklees Volunteering have some useful information about how you can give local to show your support.
We still want everyone to enjoy Halloween this year, but we need to make sure everyone is safe at the same time. We are not encouraging trick or treating, even though some of us love it – instead we are backing the Pumpkin Trail idea.Continue reading “Join in the Pumpkin Trail”
Halloween is a great time of year for spooky fun, but it can often be full of single use plastics and other disposable items.
Here are some top tips from the Wildlife Trusts about how to reduce the unnecessary waste this Halloween.
And don’t forget to get your pumpkin recipes at the ready.
Pick your own pumpkin from the Stirley Farm gardens and complete a creepy crawly trail with a sweet treat at the end. You can dress up in your favorite spooky halloween costume! Join in the fun from Monday 26th to Saturday 31st October, 10am to 1pm at Stirley Community Farm, off Hall Bower Lane, Huddersfield HD4 6FA.
It’s all outdoors and the organisers, Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, have done everything they can to make sure you’ll feel safe and secure while still having fun. Booking in advance is essential.
You can get your autumn-planting garlic and onions or pick up some locally grown jam and other things to enjoy at Growing Newsome’s autumn pop up stall. We’re open on Saturday 24th October 2020, from 10am to around 12 noon, outside St. John’s Church in Newsome village.
Please arrive via the Lych gate on Jackroyd Lane and follow the guidelines on our website to visit safely.