THERE will be the chance to have a browse around stalls and pick up a bargain at Newlands Church Market Day this Saturday.
From 10.30am-1.30pm, the church on Albert Drive, Morley, is inviting you to pop in and have a look around the many stalls selling cakes, toys, household goods and much more.
Light lunches will also be available.
RESIDENTS in Drighlington are welcome to go along to the parish council meeting on Monday, April 18.
It will be held in the community building on Moorland Road from 7.30pm.
BRUNTCLIFFE WMC is inviting families to celebrate the royal wedding with them on Friday, April 29, at their party in the car park from noon-6pm.
There’ll be a barbecue and fun for the whole family.
A FREE craft fair will be held in Morley Town Hall on Saturday, April 16, from 10am-3pm.
There will be stalls selling a huge range of handmade goods by local craft workers as well as refreshments.
The fairs are held once a month so there will be more on May 14, June 11, July 30, September 10, October 8, November 12 and December 3.
THERE will be a chance to prepare for Easter at Morley Town Hall’s spring fair this Saturday.
From 10am-1pm in the Morleian Room (downstairs) there will be lots of stalls, selling everything from cakes and crafts to groceries and Easter gifts.
There will also be tombolas and raffles.
Everyone is invited along and admission is 50p, which includes tea, coffee and a biscuit.
THE date has been set for one of Gildersome’s most popular events.
The third Gildersome Scarecrow Festival is to be held in the village on Sunday, June 12.
Each year dozens of scarecrows are put up around the village, attracting thousands of visitors from far and wide who come to join the fun.
From comic book heroes to public figures and pop legends, inspiration for the scarecrows can come from anywhere.
But the organisers do need to know who is taking part so that a route can be planned and mapped out.
Anyone wanting to include their scarecrow in this year’s festival should ring Kathy Cook on 0113 2530667 or Pat May on 0113 2537019.
RESIDENTS in a Tingley cul-de-sac are looking forward to holding a royal wedding street party on April 29.
Susan Ralph who lives on Upper Green Way said around 100 neighbours have already said they will be attending the party.
There will be bunting and decorations, food, quizzes, a karaoke and a bouncy castle and face painting for the children.
She said it was a good excuse for neighbours to get to know each other and they wanted to mark the happy occasion and give the children some happy memories.
COTTINGLEY folk are invited to join in the celebration of the royal wedding.
On Friday, April 29 the Church in Cottingley will be hosting a family day for everyone to enjoy.
Everyone is welcome along once they have watched the couple’s big day for fun and refreshments.