This month they held their annual general meeting and Mrs Pauline Scuffell was elected as the new president. After the business had been concluded three ladies from Bramhope came to demonstrate the playing of the game Mahjong a Chinese game played with tiles, this proved very interesting and several members were interested in learning more.
As the nights draw in, West Yorkshire Police are keen to support the local community in preventing crime. They have produced a letter which suggests ways to secure and protect your homes from potential threat from thieves.
Click below to read the guidance.
Click below for the latest Chinese Brush Painters’ newsletter.
The Sports and Social club have three screens on the go and Sky sports and BT Sports all the top Premiership, European, and FA cup matches will be shown live.
Look out for promotion nights with free food for some of the top midweek European and FA cup matches.
On Thursday nights, there is free use of the Pool table.
With more people choosing to eat breakfast outside of the home, The Local Pantry is launching the ‘Early Bird Breakfast’ service following its change to early morning opening from 8am. To celebrate the launch, customers can now enjoy a free tea or coffee with any item purchased from the breakfast or brunch menu served in the café, or bought to takeaway, between 8 am and 9 am Monday to Friday.
Residents on The Parklands have received notice of filming at Park Square on Monday 19 October, from 0930 to 1830. Filming is for ‘Lies We Tell’ an exciting-drama about the intertwining lives of people from different social worlds in West Yorkshire.
There will be a number of support vehicles and every effort will be made to keep disruption to a minimum. It should make school-run parking interesting.
Wharfedale Court are having a fund raiser for Children in Need. A Beetle Drive with a Pie and Pea supper on Friday 13 November at 7 00 pm, tickets £5 00 per person are on sale at Wharfedale Court’s coffee mornings on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Please come and join us for a fun night.
A nine mile circular Ramble to see historic churches and the wonders of Wharfedale. Saturday 10th October 2015, start at 11am from St Wilfrid’s Church Pool in Wharfedale, finish late afternoon.
A guided walk led by Keith Wilson, £5/ person £10 / family, all to go to Children in Need. Boots, waterproofs, packed lunch and drink essential. No dogs please because of cattle.
If you can’t make it – please donate and we’ll take you in heart and spirit!