OWLS are delighted to invite you to a special Lads’ Lunch, complete with guided tour of world-famous Headingley Cricket Ground.
You’ll have a lovely social lunch, followed by the opportunity of a behind the scenes tour of the ground, bringing back memories of Hutton, Truman, Boycott and all the other Yorkshire heroes, as well as so many great touring teams from the West Indies, Pakistan and India, not to mention those antipodeans.
The Lads’ cricket lunch is part of the OWLS’ programme of Lads’ lunches, every other Friday, for men aged 55+.
Friday 27 October
Lunch 12.00 (£5.00), Tour 12.30 (£5.00)
Call the OWLS office on 0113 369 7077 to book your place.
BEA (which manages OWLS) is recruiting a Transport Worker, to drive our minibuses and provide safe / reliable transport mainly around Headingley on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
The post will require someone with a flexible open mind, with the relevant skills / attributes / aptitude and a commitment to improve the work that we deliver.
This is a great opportunity to work for a local organisation, supporting older people to live active, independent lives.
Pay: £16,491 (pro rata)
Hours: 12 hours per week basic and up to a further 12 hours per week
Holidays: 28 days holiday plus Bank Holidays (pro rata)
Deadline for applications: 4.00pm Monday 13 November 2017
Interviews: Monday 20 November 2017
Start date: Monday 27 November 2017
Please download and read the application pack below. To apply, please complete the application form showing how you meet the requirements of the post.
You can either:
Email your application to: email@example.com
Deliver your application to:
Bramley Elderly Action
230 Stanningley Road
Leeds LS13 3BA
Transport Worker – application pack
Our chair-based exercise
class is moving back to a Tuesday
morning from the 5th September
. The class takes place at Headingley Parish Hall
from 10.45-11.45am. If you’d like to drop in and watch a class before you join, feel free or give us a call for more details. It’s a great way to stay healthy and we always finish with a cuppa and a chat, so it’s a good way to meet more local people too.
Transport’s available if you need help getting there.
The cream of local classical music came to Heart on a lovely Spring evening, and cream it was.
Matt Wade, a final year student, played Rachmaninov and Debussy, but declined the Beethoven Piano Sonata as he felt he was not quite up to scratch to play the great composer’s work yet. Hope to see you do it soon, Matt.
Sarah Roche and Markus Siegel played Brahms and Chopin respectively while Fergus Battersby on guitar played the German composer Mertz and Spanish composer Albéniz.
Altogether a delightful recital.
Catherine Coates and Frank Mullane