ST MARKS PRIMARY SCHOOL VISIT MEMORY LANE
Joined by the Mayor of Halewood, Cllr Allan Harvey, members of Memory Lane and their carers enjoyed a wonderful afternoon’s sing along and once again, the young people from St Marks were a credit to themselves, their families and their school. Thank you to you all.
‘BEST EVER’ CHRISTMAS CONCERT
The ‘best ever’ was how one member of the audience described this years Christmas concert with the Brass Ensemble from the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra held at Halewood Academy. Once again, the concert, showcased the tremendous
talent in the choirs from each of our Primary Schools, Halewood Academy and the Halewood community, ending with a well deserved standing ovation from the sell-out audience. Many congratulations to everyone that took part.
PENSIONERS’ CHRISTMAS DINNER
Once again this year, your Town Council were absolutely delighted to host its Annual Pensioners’ Christmas Party. Over 60 of our older residents came to the Arncliffe Centre to enjoy a traditional Christmas Dinner of roast turkey and all the trimmings, followed by a visit from Father Christmas.
THE OPERA COMES TO HALEWOOD!
The Bentley Operatic Society Christmas Concert takes place on
Friday 4th December at 7:30pm in Hollies Hall.
Tickets are priced £7.50
Please click on the attached link for full details:
TOWN COUNCIL MEETING
The next meeting of the Town Council will take place on Wednesday 18th November at 7:30pm in the Arncliffe Sports and Community Centre.
Please click on the following link to access the agenda.
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.