Join us at 2pm on Tuesday 26 April for a lovely circular walk of approximately 5 miles around the Harewood estate. We’ll be meeting at the “top gates”, opposite the Wike turn-off from the A61, in time for a 2pm start. Drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know if you’re coming along.
Join us at St Matthew’s Church Hall on Wood Lane, from 7.45 pm, on Monday 11 April for an interactive workshop where we will be learning the basics of the Middle Eastern art of belly dancing. Comfortable clothing such as leggings and t-shirts are recommended – no need to show your belly!
The next book club is on Monday 4 April when we’ll be meeting upstairs at The Woods, at 7.30 pm, to discuss A Man Called Ove by Frederik Backman.
Join us online at 7.30 pm on Monday 28 March when we will be having an informal chat about two films, both of which are available on Netflix. Tik Tik Boom! is the directorial debut of Lin-Manuel Miranda and tells the story of a promising young theatre composer, on the brink of turning 30, navigating love, friendship and the pressure to create something great before time runs out. Amelie is a “classic” French romantic comedy from 2001. Despite being caught in her imaginative world, a young waitress decides to help people find happiness. Her quest to spread joy leads her on a journey where she finds true love.
Join us at St Matthew’s Church Hall on Wood Lane, from 7.45 pm, on Monday 21 March for a friendly, informal crafting and catch-up session. Any and all crafting welcome, we’re not just a knitting group!
Join us at 2pm on Tuesday 22 March to explore the Otley Chevin Geology Trail! The trail is approximately 3 kilometers long and takes around 2 hours to complete. The route is way-marked by huge carved stones and passes Surprise View at it’s highest point.
Join us at St Matthew’s Church Hall on Wood Lane from 7.45 pm on Monday 14 March when we’ll be learning all about the work of Chapel Allerton Hedgehog Rescue. Further details to follow about donations to be collected at the meeting.
The next Book Club is on Monday 7 March when we’ll be meeting upstairs at The Woods, at 7.30 pm, to discuss The Prince by Niccolo Machiavelli.
Join us online at 7.30 pm on Monday 28 February when we will be having an informal chat about two films, both of which are available on Netflix. Munich: The Edge of War is set in 1938 as Hitler prepares to invade Czechoslovakia and the government desperately seeks to find a peaceful solution. 14 Peaks: Nothing is Impossible follows a Nepali mountaineer as they embark on a seemingly impossible quest to summit all 14 of the world’s 8000-meter peaks in just 7 months.
Join us at 2pm on Tuesday 15 February, in the courtyard at Temple Newsam, for a walk of around 4 miles. Expect some muddy spots and feel free to bring a drink/snack if you wish – we should be back in time for a coffee in the courtyard. If you can email email@example.com to let us know you’re coming along, we’ll look out for you!