News from Silsden

First published in Keighley

On Saturday, 9.30am-noon at St James’ Church Silsden there will be a Mothers’ Union coffee morning with a Valentine's Day theme. Various stalls will be running and all are welcome.
Silsden Camera Club – An excellent meeting was held in St James’ Church Hall on Wednesday, February 5. This was the second round of a two part competition with Keighley, the first part being held on October 15. The photographs were all of a very high quality on both evenings with Silsden coming first in the first round, and KDPA coming first in the second round. On both occasions the result was a very close run thing. Two of the photographs were given a score of 20, one was The Red Arrows by Anne Lindsay, and the other was Norman by Neil Bland. The next meeting will be Wednesday, February 19, when we will be having a speaker from Ilkley. For further information, please contact Secretary on (01535) 653528.

Thirty members of Silsden with Skipton Young Farmers enjoyed skating at Bradford ice rink. Next week’s meeting is hen judging at Edward Bootmans, Silsden.

The new Silsden Disco Zumba has proved to be so popular that two extra classes have been added. The group now runs on Monday at 8.30pm, Thursday at 6.15pm and 7.15pm all in the Town Hall. Just turn up on the evening wearing suitable clothes and carrying water bottles. There is a facebook page Silsden Disco Zumba if you need more information.

Blood donation time is approaching. Silsden Methodist Church on Thursday, February 27 from 2.30-4pm and 5-7.30pm.

Thursday: Citizens advice, Health Centre 9.30-11.30am. Drop in for advice on any subject.
Monday: Ladies dance and exercise class at the Methodist Church between 11am and noon. Wear loose clothing and bring a drink of water. Contact Janet 663681.
Tuesday: Tots Time at the Youth Centre on Elliott Street, 1-3pm – all welcome.
Band Practice at Gloucester Community Centre 7-9pm.
Over 55s club – meet at the Silsden Sports Centre on Keighley Road from 10am-12.30pm.

Pied Piper Pre-school runs from Monday to Friday, 9.15am-12.15pm at St James Church. For further information, visit piedpiper-preschool@co.uk or phone Dawn Arrowsmith on (01535) 654930.

The Methodist Church has a coffee morning each day from Tuesday to Friday, Chatterbox at the Methodist Church – 9am-noon – Tuesday to Thursday and then the original Friday Coffee morning between 9.30am and 11.30am. All welcome.

Silsden Library is open on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday between 10am and 4pm and then on Saturday from 9.30am to 4pm. Phone 618155 for further details and special events. Call in for a browse of fiction, non-fiction, CDs, DVDs, audio books and free internet usage – if you haven’t tried the internet before there are free taster sessions. Take along some ID with a current address to be registered as a member.

Church Services take place each week on Sundays: St James Church 8.30am traditional (Book of Common Prayer) communion service; 10.30am parish communion with children’s workshop and creche.
Methodist Church: 10.30am morning family worship; 6pm evening service.
Our Lady of Mount Carmel, 11am holy communion.
Shoppers’ service at the Methodist Church – 20 minutes on a Friday morning at 10.30am for all denominations.

1st Silsden is a thriving group based at St James’ Church in Silsden and meets Friday evenings. The group currently consists of Beavers, age six to eight Cubs, age eight to ten, and Scouts, age ten to 14, each holding separate meetings alongside activity days and camps throughout the year. Call in for further details.

Slimming groups in Silsden include Slimming World on Tuesday with meetings at the Youth Centre at 9.30am and St James’ Church at 5pm and 7pm with Anne, contact 07935 417214 and Weight Watchers at the Methodist Church on Wednesdays at 6.30pm with Denise.

Seidokan karate groups run in the Town Hall on Monday and Wednesday for all ages between 6pm and 8pm – call in for more information or contact (01535) 656578. For the time being these are being held at the Youth Centre on Elliott Street.

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