TSL Member, Thornton Lodge Action Group Hosts Successful Mother and Daughter Bake-Off
In Partnership with Huddersfield Community First and supported by Community Learning Works, Thornton Lodge Action Group co-ordinated a Tea Party for mothers and daughters for the local community. Over 200 people flowed through the doors, who all had an opportunity to vote for the 7 entrants competing in the community bake off competition. All entrants’ cakes were tasty, rich, creative in design and worthy winners, however, the winner selected by the community and the judges was mother and daughter team of Nuhida Ali and Aneesa Ali who won £50. Lost for words on the afternoon, Nuhida offered a written quote:
I would like to say a big thank you to everyone who voted for our cake and the judges for choosing our cake as the winner. Everyone’s cakes were amazing, and I’m sure they all enjoyed making them with their daughters. I would also like to thank the event organisers, for their efforts in putting everything together. It was a good turnout and i hope everyone enjoyed the lovely cakes.
Bridget Hughes from Community Learning Works said:
Well done to all the team at Thornton Lodge Action Group for organising such an enjoyable and successful community event and congratulations to the winners and all the entrants. These ladies are very talented and have further developed through attending courses at TAG. This event shows how community learning can help people develop skills for employment and self-employment.
Thornton Lodge Action Group would like to thank our partner Huddersfield Community First, our event sponsor Community Learning works and the volunteers for the support in running a successful event.
To view some of the photos and cake entrants click here. If you would like to join our next cupcake and cake decorating course, contact us today. View the poster here.
For more information about Community Learning Works and funding for community learning projects, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Community, third sector and voluntary groups based in Kirklees, Calderdale or Bradford can apply for up to £1500 in funding
In March 2019, 12 groups from Kirklees, Calderdale and Bradford received a share of £10,000 of funding. From September, the fund will be open for applications again, with priority given to projects that fit with Locala’s strategic objectives. These are:
Northorpe Hall Child & Family Trust – Be part of our team!
Specialist Practioners (Children’s Mental Health)
Well-Being Support Workers
Emotional Health Worker
Project Worker – RISE
All deadlines are 1st September 2019
Northorpe Hall Child &
Family Trust continues to grow and around 75% of all charity funds are spent on
salaries, so we are recruiting again.
In 2019, we’re a partner in
Thriving Kirklees – joining up and transforming health services for families in
Kirklees and we have additional funds to reduce waiting times. We’re
working more closely with schools and have been funded to pilot mental health
support teams in schools, again in partnership. We continue to
successfully raise funds by working with local businesses and through weddings
and events in our barn, as well as receiving funds from the Big Lottery and
Children in Need.
There are a wide range of people
working at Northorpe Hall in 2019 – over 70 employees, plus volunteers,
self-employed workers including counsellors, trainee education mental health
practitioners and CAMHS and Nursing staff employed by partner organisations,
co-located with us to join up services and provide the best support to families
and young people in Kirklees.
The team is diverse, talented,
hard-working and friendly – with a wide range of experience and professional
backgrounds. Some joined us early in their career and have gained
experience and qualifications with us over the years, others have brought
significant experience from education, social care, clinical settings and
family or youth work. We provide high quality support, supervision and
training to staff to ensure they can provide quality support to young people
and families. We work 8am to 8pm to respond to family’s needs, so we can
offer flexible working and part-time hours too.
Now is a great time to join the
Northorpe Hall team. You’ll get great experience of innovative,
responsive mental health support to children and families; get training and
development opportunities to grow your skills and knowledge and you’ll feel
supported and valued as part of a team. You will also make a real
difference to the lives of local young people who really need your support and
Join the largest charity associated with a super league club
Huddersfield Giants Community Trust are seeking to appoint individuals to become new members of our Board of Trustees. We need people who are committed to understanding and developing the innovative ways in which the Trust supports more than 200,000 different young people a year, many with complex and multiple needs. We are a non-profit organisation delivering sports, education & NCS-based initiatives into the community. We are the largest official charity affiliated with a super league club. We are here to inspire, create opportunities, promote being active and as a whole building a community where everyone belongs.
The Board meets at least 6 times a year for an average 2.5 hours. There is also a need to read reports in advance of each meeting.
TSL Kirklees member, SEE Ahead is running a workshop on social impact in Halifax next week.
Can you prove the difference your organisation makes? Social impact measurement is a tool to not only shout about the effect your products or services have on your community, but also to identify what works well and what doesn’t. This can help you to improve your offer and achieve more of a difference.
Year 3 Report on Their Work to Support People in Disadvantaged Areas to Create Community Activities
Attached is some
information regarding the Community Activators Scheme which is a project funded
by the Big Lottery (started Feb 2016) and delivered by Communities United
Project (CUP). It is a 4 year project which helps people in Kirklees to step up
and create activities for young people.
and young people’s services have been hit by cuts, so what can we do?
The answers vary from
community to community but here at CUP we support people in disadvantaged areas
to create great community activities.
Our work develops strengths, builds skills and
opens up routes to training and qualifications.
We create change. It starts with community activities and ends with stronger, more resilient individuals and groups.
Third Sector Leaders Kirklees member, Growing Works, is holding a Summer Celebration and Annual General Meeting. This is an opportunity to hear about their projects and progress, and plans for the future. There will be bring and share food, free family activities, garden tours and music. For more information contact us on 01484 549479.
The allotments site is accessed by a track leading off Wakefield Road near the junction with Dalton Green Lane. A map of the allotments is attached but if you need directions on the day call 07719509703.