Time Out Sports Club starts October 3rd.
CANCELLED due to low attendance.
We need responsible active volunteers aged 16+ to help run the club. Possible roles include:
CityConnect is offering free cycle maintenance courses on Saturday 8 and Saturday 15 December, 10:00am-4:00pm at Forest Cottage Community Centre, Cousin Lane, Ovenden, HX2 8AD. The course includes,
Just turn up on the day or more information ring 01274 753556 or email email@example.com.
Speak to your training provider or visit cyclecityconnect.co.uk/cycle-training
Young Minds Conference.
Time Out joined up with Tough Times and took a group of young people down to Young Minds Mental Health Conference in London back in May, which was a brilliant day making connections from all over the country and celebrating 25 years of Mind and 75 years of the NHS!
Volunteer Kiah said: 'We had a busy day out in London attending the Young Minds mental health conference. The highlights of the day were introductory speakers Claire Murdoch and Hussain Manawer, who were both very inspiring in different ways. Clair is head of mental health in the NHS and Hussain is a poet and mental health advocate. Our group then split off to attend different workshops including ones on self care, LGBTQ+ mental health and mental health innovation within the NHS. Our day ended by watching a few performances from Key Changes, a charity which uses music to aid recovery.'
The votes are in! You have chosen Bohemian Rhapsody, on Friday 16th November at 4.30pm (doors 3.45pm).
Remember, entry is only £3 and includes a £2 food / drink offer too. Not forgetting the screening is exclusive to 12 - 18s.
Youth Social Action #iwill
Time Out will be running Youth Social Action with Calderdale College.
Students will gain experience in delivering workshops, public speaking and communication, as well as meeting new people and if they choose, leading onto volunteering and work experience.
Taking part in YSA will have a double benefit – part by developing skills, character and life opportunities as well as a benefit to a community, cause or social problem.
I heard about Time Out from a group that I attended. In the group we were all given a piece of paper that asked us what we wanted to get out of Time Out. I put that I wanted to be a volunteer as it would help a lot with my future and my university degree, as I want to be a mental health nurse.
Since I have been volunteering with Time Out, I have been given many different opportunities that allows me to help others with themselves and allow them to understand that there are activities that they can do to stop them from feeling rubbish and therefore allowing themselves to feel happy.
Some opportunities include talking about Time Out with another volunteer to different organisations within Calderdale that are there to help young people. I have also been involved with a similar talk, but instead of there being young people there, it was all adults who work for the council. This allowed for them to be informed about what Time Out is and who can access Time Out.
I'm honoured to be a volunteer for Time Out!
Aged 12 – 18? Love Film? Hebden Bridge Picture House is pleased to partner with Time Out and invite you to Secret Cinema, our monthly screening exclusive to 12 – 18s. Experience great films with your friends for only £3 and enjoy £2 food and drink offers too. Plus you and your friends vote for the film that screens each month!
Keep up to date with upcoming screenings, news and offers by joining the Hebden Bridge Secret Cinema mailing list and Facebook group. For more information visit http://www.hebdenbridgepicturehouse.co.uk/secret-cinema/