If the sky is clear then the Observatory will be open to the public to view the Autumn Night Sky and Moon. £3 adult and £1.50 consessionary admission.
Please contact the Astronomy Society using the contact form at www.huddersfieldastronomy.org as there may be late breaking news about the Observatory
5th January 2018 - the Future of the Universe by Dr James Mullaney from Sheffield University.
2nd February 2018 - SUPERCLASS by Dr Ian Harrison from Jodrell bank Radio Telescope Manchester University.
2nd March 2018- Galaxies and Dark Matter by Dr Phil James from Liverpool John Moores University.
Coppicing willows at Woodview to provide a varied structure and light levels which will form a better habitat for wildlife. No experience is required, just a willingness to join in and learn new skills.
Castle Clough car park, Buckton Vale Road, Carrbrook, Stalybridge.
Don’t miss the wonder of digiPlaySpace in our Spark Gallery. digiPlaySpace is a totally interactive digital art, gaming and technology experience and has been extended to Easter 2018 due to public demand.
Eureka! The National Children’s Museum, Discovery Road, Halifax
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust’s Head of Living Landscale (North) talks about the concept of rewilding and what part it could play in conservation of the region’s upland. This is followed by the High Peak Group AGM.
Sat 3rd Feb - Sowerby Bridge High School - Doors Open 13:15 – 15:15
Over 30 stalls selling excellent condition baby and children’s goods at bargain prices. Well-known brands at a fraction of high street prices. Everything imaginable for your little ones.
Sowerby Bridge High School, Albert Road, Sowerby Bridge, Halifax
We do not know what conversations take place between the Queen and her Prime Ministers, but this playful and intelligent speculation takes us behind the closed doors to imagine the
conversations during the 11 years of Mrs Thatcher’s meetings with the Queen!
A clever, witty and challenging play.
Artspace, Dewsbury Arts Group, Lower Peel St., Dewsbury.
Woodland Management on Staley Way to provide a varied structure and light levels which will form a better habitat for wildlife. No experience is required, just a willingness to join in and learn new skills.
Staley Way car park, Huddersfield Road, Stalybridge