The movers and shakers of Lightcliffe Cricket Club have another show stopping event planned.
Held at Coley Village Hall singer/songwriter Roger Davies will perform his superb catalogue of songs on Saturday, November 23.
Tickets at £10 per person include supper.
Halifax-based act Generation Gap, will also perform.
The doors open at 6.30pm, music starts at 7.30pm.
Call Bob Horne on 07776211891 or email@example.com to buy your ticket.
Golfers will be able to take advantage of a bacon sandwich and coffee, 18 holes of golf at Crow Nest Park Golf Club and a two course meal all for £20 a saving of £12.50. On Sunday the two course meal will be a carvery main course.
Anyone interested in taking advantage of the offer should ring Club PGA Professional Paul Everitt on 01484 401121 to secure tee times and to arrange the food timings.
Following its success last year, on November 20 the Hove Edge golf course will be holding another ladies shopping night for charity.
Last year’s event raised £2,000 for the Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice. This year they will raise money for Ruddi’s Retreat.
Tickets are on sale at £5 each and include a welcome drink and nibbles on arrival.
They can be bought at Le Munch Bunch, Halifax or Cuttin Edge Carpets on Ovenden Road, alternatively you can pay on the door.
The band Rising Tide will be playing and hot carvery sandwiches will be available to buy.
Approximately 20 stalls will be there from the local area selling products that will be perfect for Christmas gifts.
Tonight at the Barge, Brighouse, its the weekly jam session with Stuart. On Friday there is live music from The Carnival followed on Saturday night by The International Party Doctors.
16-day beer festival starts
The Richard Oastler is serving ten beers from the USA alongside beers from the UK during a 16-day festival.
It will run until Thursday, October 31, with all beers priced from £1.99 to £2.15 a pint.
It will feature new, seasonal and speciality beers, including a pumpkin beer, a peppercorn beer, an organic beer and a coffee stout.
Manager Amanda McKenzie, said: “We are thrilled to be serving such a fantastic selection of beers from the USA and the UK.
“The craft beers from the USA have never before been available in cask form in the UK, which makes them even more special.
“The festival will be the perfect way for real ale enthusiasts to enjoy a range of excellent beers.
“It will also give them the opportunity to support microbrewers throughout the UK, as the pubs are featuring many of their beers.”
The pub in Bethel Street will now serve food until 11pm throughout the week on their new autumn menu.