Our monthly, local events are an informal opportunity for local businesses to get together in a relaxed environment. We have special guest speakers who are invited to present on relevant topics,
Anyone is welcome to an event, non-members will be asked to pay a small fee of £10.
Your first visit to a Business for Calderdale event is FREE.
There will be 3 guest speakers at this event, all covering different topics on how businesses can help them selves and also each other through this difficult time to help rebuild our local businesses after the Calderdale floods. Chris Sands -topic-Watermark Calderdale After the floods, have receded. After the volunteers have gone back to normal life. After the news reports have faded. After the businesses get back to normal….. How do we build resilience for future floods ? How do we keep the…Find out more »
Orange Box young people’s center grew directly out of Square Chapel’s outreach work with young people The aim of the project was to support young musicians through forming a band, writing their first songs, making their first recording and playing their first gig; the theory being that they would then ‘graduate,’ freeing up space for new attendees. But people never left because there was nowhere else for them to rehearse that they felt safe. It wasn’t until we started asking…Find out more »
We were established in 1998 and are one independent organisation supporting homeless and vulnerably housed people. Our office is in central Halifax and we work through the whole of Calderdale. Calderdale SmartMove is a registered charity that assists homeless and vulnerably housed people to find accommodation in Calderdale. We were established in July 1998 and have a Management Committee made up of volunteer members and staff who oversee and plan SmartMove activities. SmartMove provides a high quality, client-centred service assisting…Find out more »
Andy Thornton Ltd was formed in 1975 by ambitious young entrepreneurs Andy and Kate Thornton, when purely by chance they got involved in supplying architectural salvage to restaurateurs and bar owners in America, who loved the nostalgic British look. It all took off when they returned to the UK, purchased a derelict farmhouse with extensive outbuildings in Calderdale and began sourcing architectural antiques from redundant buildings in northern towns and cities. The company Andy Thornton Ltd was born A…Find out more »