Refugee week 2020
Refugee Week 2020: Imagine
Refugee Week 2020: Imagine
Sanctuary kirklees is busy in the background...we have plenty of ongoing lockdown activities(sociallly distanced of course)we will be posting updates each day this week on our facebook page linked below
Sanctuary Kirklees has leased a plot of land from local landowners which will be used to grow organic fruit and vegetables in Golcar. Volunteers from all communities are welcome to join this exciting, co-operative and productive venture. If you are interested and would like more information please email us"
A wonderful Sanctuary Kirklees AGM this evening.Great gathering of knowledgable, skilled, enthusiastic, creative and compassionate people. Interesting project reports from…
A wonderful day today at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, the last of our Refugee Week activities for 2019! It was…
Steering Group Tonight
It’s our AGM on Thursday 1st December at Huddersfield Town Hall 6.30 – 8.30pm – all welcome!
Saturday, 30 May 2015 - 10:00am - 1:30pm
Three people travelled from Huddersfield to Manchester for the National Conference on Saturday 19th January. Fatou Sallah, an asylum seeker herself, described her work to support pregnant asylum seekers and new mums with children up to the age of two. She has been training for six months to become a…
The Third Winter Warmer will be happening on Christmas Day, December 25th, at the Quaker Meeting House, Church Street, Paddock 12 to 3pm food and all-age games Details: Jan Walters [email protected]
This week saw the premiere of the Kirklees ‘Come Dine with Us film’ at Huddersfield Methodist Mission. This project brought together asylum seekers, community organisations and individuals over a series of pop up dining experiences in 2011. Many volunteers were involved in this project including Huddersfield Town of Sanctuary, Huddersfield…
The Autumn Gathering and AGM was a great opportunity to look back at a busy year for us at Huddersfield Town of Sanctuary and to look forward to the next year. There have been a number of new organisations joining over the past year so that now we have a…
Huddersfield Town of Sanctuary Second Annual INTERNATIONAL CEILIDH.
‘Huddersfield is an enriched community, a more vibrant, and a better place because of the sanctuary seekers and refugees who live here’said Bill Dennis manager of Kirklees Asylum Support Service at the Autumn Gathering and AGM of Huddersfield Town of Sanctuary, held on 8th October.
We are very pleased that Greenhead College has become our 60th supporting organisation. This follows on from the hugely successful ‘International Ceilidh’ held there recently.
Huddersfield Pakistani Community Alliance in Thornton Lodge has signed up as the 50th member of the dynamic local initiative known as ‘Huddersfield Town of Sanctuary’. Huddersfield Town of Sanctuary, which is run by local volunteers, helps to make the town a welcoming place for people seeking sanctuary from war and…