Pig Racing at Southowram Cricket Club
Southowram, Halifax HX3 9TR on Friday, 23rd February 2024
Arrive 7:00pm for the first race at 7:15pm
All profits from this event will go toward coach travel for the Juniors and other Social Events
Entry is £3.50 which includes a Pie & Pea Supper
(vegetarian pie option or Hot Dog available if requested at time of booking). Pigs can be bought at £2 per pig.
To book your place, and buy and name your pig please contact – Angela Cowton – email@example.com or add your name to the form in the club house, and pay at the same time, by Tuesday 20th February. For more details see the flyers in the school cafe or see the email sent to all members.
This event is limited to a maximum of 60 people.
Fun for all the family - Children are very welcome if they bring an adult
On Tuesday 19th March there will be a CPR / EAD Training session at 6pm in the school café. If you are interested in this please give your name to Victoria Midgley either in the café of by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more details see the forms in the school café.
Due to the weather conditions the decision has been taken that all training will be cancelled tonight.
Halifax Harriers took part in a Food Bank Run on the evening of Tuesday 6th February. Setting off from Spring Hall, they ran to Sainsbury's as part of their normal weekly training runs where they stopped off to donate food to the Halifax Community Fridge and then continued their run.
The Halifax Community Fridge, is open daily enabling residents and businesses to share surplus food and for anyone to help themselves to quality food that would otherwise be wasted. Unlike food banks, the Halifax Community Fridge is not means-tested - it is available to anyone. It is also discreetly situated and mostly unmanned, to avoid any stigma its users may otherwise feel.
The Food Bank Run is a nationwide campaign gaining pace and created off the back of a run started in 2018 by Fareham Running Club in Hampshire.
February is a key time of the year where families are hardest hit. Christmas has come and gone, a time where families feel the pressure to put food on the table and spend money on their children, plus there is a pause on some household bills.
Then February arrives and suddenly the bills arrive at a time when cash is even harder to come by. This is why the month of February is such an important time of the year and why we’re focusing on supporting Food Bank Runs.
The Harriers felt that as a club we had to do something, and decided to take part in this initiative.