(March - April 2023)


First Tuesday of each Month in the Bowling Club Pavilion at 7.30 pm except in the summer months in the Bowling Season

Next Meetings          Tuesday 5 December

Tuesday 2 January 2024

The Community Association is open to all residents and business in Grange Moor, so do come along and join us and see what we get up to and share your ideas for future events and activities


The nearest Women’s Institute (the WI INSPIRING WOMEN) meets in Flockton on the first Tuesday of each month in the Community Centre @ St James Church, Barnsley Road at 7.30 pm

Contact President Alison Wigglesworth on 07732641102

Secretary – Liz Whitehead – email at


St Bartholomew’s continues to meet every Sunday morning at 10.30 for a service of Holy Communion (1st and 3rd Sunday of the month), Morning Prayer (2nd Sunday of the month), and All-Age Worship (4th Sunday of the month). All are very welcome to a warm building, with an even warmer welcome from friendly people who can help you find somewhere to ‘belong’. Services are always followed by tea, coffee and biscuits, and good conversation, so why not come along and make some new friends?

Revd Ian  Jones   Rector of Kirkheaton and Grange Moor


The Key Community Choir is for anyone who loves to sing and socialise! We rehearse on Tuesday Evenings 7-8:30pm at Flockton Church and at Emley church the first Tuesday of the month.

There’s no audition required or prior experience or reading music. We sing a range of popular music and some musical theatre, with many suggestions coming from the choir themselves. It’s a very relaxed musical atmosphere for all ages- families and carers with children are welcome to join the families that already attend. So if you fancy coming along and having a sing get in touch or just pop along on a Tuesday evening for community, fun and music! 🎶
Get in touch through Key of G on 07587 707014

Thanks to Graeme Genty for this

Come and join us for coffee, conversation and company on the third Wednesday of each month  

Bowling Club Pavilion 10.00 to 12.00

Third Wednesday of the Month


We were disappointed when Julie Taylor from AGE UK was unable to join us in September, so are really pleased that we have been able to re-arrange her visit to this date. Please come along and meet Julie and find out more about AGE UK

“Hello, my name is Julie Taylor Client Liaison for Age UK Calderdale & Kirklees.  My role

involves visiting older people in their homes who have been referred into us and to explain what services we offer as well as external services that may be beneficial and I help

set up these services to help maintain their independence.  I also am a Dementia facilitator and

run a therapy group for people with low to moderate dementia to help maintain their cognitive skills.

I am looking forward to seeing you at The Pavilion in September, where I can talk to you about a wide range of services and support Age UK Calderdale & Kirklees provide to older people and their carers in the local community.

In the meantime, I would like to share with you about our new Cuppa Club, which is held every second Wednesday of the month in the Packhorse Shopping Centre in Huddersfield a partnership we have with Huddersfield Bid and The Packhorse Centre.

A free monthly meet - up (old Peters unit) promoting friendship and community in Huddersfield free hot drinks and entertainment”

On Wednesday 20 December

Our guest will be Councillor Bill Armer (Kirklees Councillor)


(Fish & Chip Teas delivered

to your home)

Do you know someone who might

appreciate the delivery of a fish & chip meal?

Would you like a fish & chip meal for you and your family delivered to your home?

If it’s yes to either, or both, of the above, you can place an order in  Community Fish & Chip deliveries

This is available to all residents of Grange Moor, no eligibility and at no cost to you

Our next delivery is planned for Thursday 30 November though this will have closed to bookings by the time you read this

Our first delivery in 2024 is planned for Thursday 18 January, more information about this to follow

E-mail  or ring Brian on 01924 840731 or 0793 539 0673

With the increased demand for our deliveries, we will need more money to maintain this. We are currently looking for financial assistance to maintain our Resident Lunches and Community Fish & Deliveries for another year from September 2023, if anyone would like to make a donation, please get in touch with

us at

Grateful thanks to everyone who has donated in the past, your help is much appreciated



Next Resident Lunch

Thursday 14 December – Residents Christmas Lunch at The Kaye Arms (12.30)

Bookings for the Residents Christmas Club have now closed as we are fully booked for this Lunch. If you would like to go onto a Reserve List in case of cancellations please do get in touch

Really sorry if anyone feels they have missed out, why not sign up as a Lunch Club Member, Grange Moor residents can sign up as Lunch Club

Member (no charge) and get priority booking for all lour meals as well as getting advance information about all our plans for Resident Lunches

The Residents Lunch Club is open to all residents in the village who are regularly around the village mid-week and would like to go out for a meal shared with other residents. You can sign up as a Member of the Lunch Club and receive information about our plans and activities including priority booking for Members. There is no charge to join the Lunch Club, just drop us an e-mail to request a Registration Form

The Resident Lunch Club is Part of our Lunch Club Project and is funded by grants and donations, which supplements money which we have raised ourselves by our own fund-raising activities. Donations to help us maintain this valued Project are always appreciated

The Grange, every Friday night

If you would like to include an event or activity in this monthly update, please send details to us at with a brief description and contact details 

We are happy to include information about any event or activity in this monthly update, at no charge, just send your information  

Take care and stay safe     

​​​​​Grange Moor Community Association

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