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We are a social and leisure club for disabled people and their carers.
We meet every Tuesday from 1.30pm to 4.30pm and cover Almondbury and district.
We have speakers, bingo, coffee and biscuits, and...
Autism Plus was founded 30 years ago by a group of parents of adult children, all diagnosed with an autism spectrum condition. After reaching school leaving age they found there was no service to support...
Autism Plus Ltd. (Dewsbury and Huddersfield groups) website
For people who enjoy listening and dancing to 50s and 60s music, and socialising. Ages range between 16 and 80, but most members are over 35 years of age.
Meet every Wednesday from 8pm to 11.30pm; or...
Batley Rock and Roll Club website
Our aim is to provide social and recreational activities, learning opportunities and support for people of all ages from the Birstall community. We arrange activities on Wednesdays during term times and...
Brighouse Art Circle is a non-profit making, friendly and active club which would love some new members. The art circle has been in existence for 70 years and meets every Thursday evening at 7.30pm at...
Brighouse Art Circle website
Buggy Bootcamp is for mums and dads who want to get in to shape but can't stand the thought of going to a gym, exercising on your own or leaving your baby.
Buggy Bootcamp sessions are an hour long, and...
Buggy Bootcamp and Body Evolution Fitness website
Buggy movers session for new mums,who want to get back in shape – Grandparents and dads who are looking after the baby are welcome to join too.
An all round body workout tailored for post-natal women....
Meetings held monthly on weekdays at 8pm, informal socials held monthly.
Meet at various pubs in North Kirklees. Please see our website for dates and venues, and also local pub and club information.
CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale) Heavy Woollen District Branch website
To promote Real Ale in the area by supporting local microbreweries and community pubs, clubs and other outlets. We support responsible consumption of alcohol and alcohol awareness schemes. Minimum of one...
CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale) Huddersfield and District Branch website
Meetings open to members only, limited to within a radius of 10 miles. Entrance fee £10.
Annual subscription £18 due in September.
Meetings on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 11.45 am.