and will take place at Halewood Academy on Tuesday 15th December 2015, at 7pm.
Once again it will feature the Brass Ensemble from the RLPO and a massed choir from all our Primary Schools, Halewood Academy and Halewood Community Choir.
Tickets are priced £5 each and can be obtained by calling
0151 443 2063 or by emailing us at http://email@example.com
Join us for what has become a highlight in the Halewood Christmas Calendar.
MOTHER GOOSE COMES TO HALEWOOD
This delightful show is filled with slapstick comedy, magic, songs and audience participation in true pantomime style.
Children (and adults too) will cheer Priscilla the Golden Goose and friends as they try to escape the clutches of the evil cook Delia Sniff who has plans to make Priscilla the ‘Dish of the Day’!
Performances are at:
The Arncliffe Centre – Friday 4th Dec. at 6pm
New Hutte Neighbourhood Centre – Saturday 5th Dec. at 3pm, and
Hollies Hall – Sunday 6th December at 1:30pm
where tickets, priced £2 are now on sale, or call 0151 443 2063.
GET YOUR TICKETS EARLY TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT!
HALF TERM FUN IN HALEWOOD
There are a wide range of actvitities and events taking place throughout Halewood next week to guarantee Half Term Fun for our children and young people.
Click on these links to see what’s on offer…..
ALSO, don’t forget to go to the calendar pages of our website to see the full list of activitie taking at the Arncliffe Sports and Community Centre and at Hollies Hall.
STAY SAFE THIS HALLOWEEN
Halloween can be a lot of fun for children and young people, but it can also be distressing and intimidating for some residents. If you are going ‘trick or treating’ please respect and consider others and follow these top tips to ensure everyone has a safe and enjoyable time:
- Go alone – ‘trick or treating’ is more fun and safer if you go in a small group with friends and family.
- Go into houses – stay on the doorstep where the responsible adult can see you.
- Play pranks that may damage property – this could result in arrest and a criminal record.
- Demand money or intimidate people – Halloween can be a night that some residents dread, so be respectful and polite.
Don’t throw eggs or flour – it’s classed as a criminal offence and you can be arrested!
- Take extra care crossing roads – more accidents happen to children in the dark.
- Go with an adult – get a responsible adult to go with your group to help in case you have any problems.
- Dress to be seen – wear light, reflective clothes or carry a lamp or torch so that drivers and your responsible adult can see you.
- Respect people’s rights – be polite, don’t go out too late, ring or knock only once, and be prepared to take ‘no’ for an answer.
Halloween is quickly followed by Bonfire Night. Please make sure you enjoy yourself, but remain safe and attend organised firework displays wherever you can.
MEMORY WALK SUCCESS
The Mayor of Halewood, Cllr Allan Harvey and Members of the Town Council were joined by supporters of Knowsley Dementia Care Support – Memory Lane for a Memory Walk to raise funds for their much valued and necessary work.
Starting off at the Environment Centre in Okell Drive, they braved the wet weather to walk through Haleowod Park arriving at the Arncliffe Centre where they were applauded in by members of Memory Lane wehere all enjoyed an afternoon of activities and refreshments.
Our thanks to Cllr Dean Perry for coming up with the idea, Members and staff from the Town Council, our friends from Memory Lane and to everyone who supported the walk.
Sponsor money and other donations please to Halewood Town Council by 30th October telephone 0151 443 2063 for details.
TOWN COUNCIL MEETING
The next meeting of the Town Council will take place on Thursday 15th October at 7pm in the Arncliffe Centre, Arncliffe Road.
Click on this link to view the agenda:
MEMORY LANE – MEMORY WALK
Knowsley Dementia Care Supoprt – Memory Lane are our own Halewood-based support group for people with dementia and their carers. Meeting each week in Kinclock Close, the volunteers do a magificent job providing much needed practical and fun help and support.
With a target of £1,000, your Town Council is organising a Memory Walk on WEDNESDAY 21ST OCTOBER 2015 to help raise funds for Memory Lane.
The walk will start at 11am from the car park of the Ranger Station in Okell Drive and then after walking through our Green Flag award winning Halewood Park, will finish at the Arncliffe Centre where refreshments will be available and the bar will be open to quench thirsts!
Please help us achieve our target by joining us on the walk and getting sponsored…here’s a sponsor form
Further information is available by calling us on 0151 443 2063.
Town Council Meeting
The next meeting of the Town Council will be held on
Thursday 17th September 2015
at 7pm in the Arncliffe Sports and Community Centre.
Click on this link to view the agenda:
New Mayor of Halewood
At the Annual Meeting of the Town Council, held on Thursday 14th May 2015, Councillor Allan Harvey was installed as the new Leader of the Town Council and Mayor of Halewood for 2015-2016. During his term of office, Councillor Harvey will be suppprted during his term of office by his daughter Suzanne who will act as Mayoress.
Here, our picture shows the Mayor signing his Declaration of Acceptance at the Annual Meeting.
Culturefest Cricket Match 2015
What a brilliant night’s Culturefest cricket, held in bright sunlight, once again at it’s spiritual home…. New Hutte Neighbourhood Centre…..were the Patron’s X1 were once more up against the Mayor’s X1.
This year the Mayor’s X1, who batted first, was entirely made up of students and staff from Halewood Academy, which very much pleased the Patron, who, in thanking Phil Rylands who captained and coached the Mayor’s X1, congratulated him in introducing some potentially fine young cricketers to the game. Special mention must be made of one young Academy student, Jack Cross, who was joint highest scorer amongst both teams with 19 runs.
The Patron’s X1, a experienced and strong side, were skilfully captained by Gerry Allen to used both his batsmen and bowlers to such good effect and who won the game and so, the Patron retained his pot!
Our pictures show the Deputy Mayor, Cllr Clare Rose and the Culturefest Patron Richard McCullagh plus a shot taken during the match and the two teams at the end of the game with the Deputy Mayor and Patron.