Category Archives: Sport and leisure

The safe reopening of Calderdale Council’s leisure facilities is continuing, with North Bridge Leisure Centre in Halifax due to reopen on Wednesday 14 October 2020. All centres closed in March 2020, in line with Government guidance to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Since then, Calderdale Council has been working on plans for the safe, phased… read more … about Safely reopening our sports facilities>>

Calderdale Council is planning the safe, phased reopening of its sports and leisure facilities, and more of its libraries following the recent reopening of the Central Library and Archives in Halifax. The health of customers, staff and the whole community remains the Council’s priority, so the reopening of venues and the new safety measures in… read more … about Reopening leisure centres and libraries safely>>

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As part of the Active Calderdale programme, Calderdale Council is supporting residents to remain physically and mentally well, during the coronavirus lockdown period. To find out more about the impact that social distancing and guidance to stay home is having on attitudes and behaviours towards physical activity, Active Calderdale has launched a survey for residents…. read more … about Keeping Calderdale active>>

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As part of the fight against the spread of Coronavirus (COVID19), Welcome to Yorkshire and the Amaury Sport Organisation (ASO) have made the joint decision to postpone the 2020 Tour de Yorkshire and Asda Tour de Yorkshire Women’s Race. The event is one of the best supported races in the cycling calendar but the safety… read more … about 2020 Tour de Yorkshire postponed due to COVID 19>>

In the week since the Council took back the management of the Centre at Threeways significant steps have been taken to improve safety and security, working closely with tenants and users to ensure services and activities are continued wherever possible and are safe to do so. The Council has contacted all the tenants within the… read more … about Securing the Centre at Threeways>>

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Calderdale Council is inviting people to get involved and have their say on the latest plans for Halifax leisure centre. Plans for a brand new complex on the site of the existing North Bridge Leisure Centre, have been developed and progressed as part of the Calderdale Next Chapter transformation programme. The centre aims to deliver… read more … about A leisure centre fit for the future>>

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The Trustees of the Centre at Threeways have worked hard over several years to manage and deliver services to the community from the Threeways site in Ovenden, Halifax. Unfortunately the site’s various buildings are ageing and deteriorating and Calderdale Council has had no option but to bring the lease with the Centre at Threeways to… read more … about Centre at Threeways update>>

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The running of a recreation ground and changing rooms in Greetland could be passed to a community group, if proposals are approved by Calderdale Council’s Cabinet. Members will consider proposals from the community group, GOLDS, which would see the management of Goldfields Recreation Ground and changing rooms in Greetland transferred to the group on a… read more … about A sporting chance for Greetland>>

Extensive improvements at Todmorden Sports Centre are boosting the customer experience and helping to tackle the climate emergency. Cllr Susan Press, Calderdale Council’s Cabinet Member for Public Services and Communities, said: “We have invested in a number of key improvements at Todmorden Sports Centre to bring the facilities up-to-date and ensure people can continue to… read more … about Revamp at Todmorden Sports Centre goes swimmingly>>