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Bring your child to the Foundation's cinema trip

Bring your child to the Foundation's cinema trip

What is your child doing this half-term? Bring them along to the Town Foundation’s free cinema trip to watch SING! Children aged five and above are welcome to attend the Town Foundation’s trip on Monday 20 February at the ODEON cinema in Huddersfield, for the launch of a new holiday initiative RADYCAL (Rawthorpe & Dalton, Youth, Children, Activities, Leisure). During the upcoming half-term there is a chance for 250 children and ...
Posted: Feb 2017
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What is your child doing this half term?

What is your child doing this half term?

If you're looking for activities for your child to take part in this half term, bring them along to the Town Foundation's FREE cinema trip to watch SING!  Children age 5+ are welcome to attend the Town Foundation cinema trip for the launch of a new holiday initiative, RADYCAL, (Rawthorpe & Dalton, Youth,Children, Activities and Leisure). The screening has been provided by ODEON Cinema Huddersfield, following the partnership with H...
Posted: Feb 2017
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FOUNDATION HOLDS XMAS PARTY AT KIDS CAFE

FOUNDATION HOLDS XMAS PARTY AT KIDS CAFE

The Huddersfield Town Foundation recently held a Christmas Party for over 60 people at the Longley and Lowerhouses Community Church. As a thank you to Wendy Marsden, who runs the Kids Café at the Community Church, the Town Foundation put on a Christmas Party for Wendy and her guests to thank her for all her hard work over the year.  A team from the Town Foundation and the football club, including Club Ambassador Andy Booth, went dow...
Posted: Dec 2016
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Children enjoy Christmas train experience

Children enjoy Christmas train experience

Huddersfield Town Foundation has taken children from Thornhill Junior and Infant School on an educational Christmas train to get their creativity flowing ahead of the festive period. The children, who were aged between four and 11, came to school showing off their best and brightest Christmas jumpers before being taken on a coach, kindly provided free of charge by Stotts Coaches, to the train station. Whilst the children were being brought to t...
Posted: Dec 2016
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