The Oakworth Community Trust has been leading the way in community engagement over the last few weeks. We were delighted to have provided burgers at both the most recent Great Get Together and the Oakworth Gala, helping in our mission
Now that summer is on the way we plan to brighten up the exterior of the hall with planters, hanging baskets etc… We will have 10 baskets and 4 planters and are asking local businesses or individuals to sponsor these
Oakworth Village Show – Sunday 21st July. After re-establishing the Oakworth Village Show in 2018 it is back this year bigger and better. We still have categories for everyone but have added some new ones including three under the banner
On Saturday 26th January join us at Oakworth Village Hall for an Old Skool Disco featuring music from the 60’s to the 90’s, dance to the soundtrack from your schooldays. Tickets are just £5 and are available in the shop.
The Trust are re-invigorating the Oakworth Village show, to be held on Sunday 22nd July at the village hall. There are 28 categories across horticulture, handicraft and baking for you to enter. Some categories are for children of varying ages
Following on from the success of last years event the Trust will host a Great Get Together on the Oakworth School playing field on Sunday 24th June, this is a fun family event with the aim of bringing communities together.
Now that the Trust has ownership of the hall we’d like you all to come along on Sunday 13th May, have a look around and let us know what you think about what we should do with it next. To
We’ve had a few requests from residents to organise a drugs awareness session at the village hall so we have arranged one with Project 6 (https://project6.org.uk) who are an award winning voluntary sector drug and alcohol charity based in Keighley.
On Sunday 25th March there will be an Easter Egg trail in an around Holden Park ending up at Holden Hall to collect your egg. Teas, coffees and refreshments will be on sale at the hall throughout the day. This
Over a hundred 80’s lovin’ people dressed, danced, posed and drank the night away at the 80’s night in the village hall. A professional photographer was there to capture people in their finery, those photos are on the Trusts Facebook