In Touch – Social Groups In Calderdale

What is “In Touch”?

Here at Calderdale Forum 50 Plus, we are contacting social groups, clubs and activity providers all over Calderdale to provide you with a directory of organisations providing things for over-50s to do.

We’ve called the project “In Touch” and we aim to help people aged 50 plus to restore their social connections and find new social groups and clubs to join during and after the pandemic. If your group club or organisation would like to be featured, please get In Touch here.  If you wish to update your profile page fill in this form.

The “In Touch” Directory Of 50-Plus-Friendly Groups & Organisations

Here are the latest clubs, groups and organisations that are welcoming to people over-50 from Calderdale.

  

  

  

   

 

 

 

 

  

  

  

 

 

  

  

  

  

More Groups & Societies

Halifax Aachen Society The purpose of the Society is to promote and maintain friendship between Halifax and Aachen by fostering exchanges, links and projects to examine issues of mutual interest. www.halifaxaachensociety.co.uk

Elland & District Retired Men’s Probus Club. Elland Working Men’s Club on alternatve Tuesday mornings.  All welcome to this friendship group with regular speakers.

Halifax Concert Band www.halifaxconcertband.co.uk

Halifax & District Irish Society www.halifaxirishsociety.org.uk

Hipperholme & Lightcliffe Art Society www.handlas.co.uk

Calderdale Ramblers – walks all over the area. calderdaleramblers.wordpress.com/

Rotary Club (Halifax) www.rotary-ribi.org/clubs/homepage.php?ClubID=197

Todmorden Amateur Operatic And Dramatic Society www.todhip.org

Todmorden Orchestra www.todmordenorchestra.org.uk

University of the Third Age, Todmorden. Over 400 members run 30 groups ranging from Philosophy to Scrabble, French to Table Tennis. The monthly meeting is third Thursday of the month at 13:45, Central Methodists in Todmorden, is regularly attended by over 100 people and always has an invited speaker, tea and good company. www.u3atod.org.uk

Friendship groups and coffee mornings

More Sports Clubs

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