By KLTV Newsdesk
Holmfirth Civic Hall has announced they will be putting on their yearly Advent Raffle in order to help raise some much-needed funds for the building.
With the majority of their large fundraising events having been cancelled for the majority of 2020, the community trust that manages the building is hoping the raffle will bring vital funds to the hall in the wake of the Covid-19 Pandemic.
Prior to local restrictions, The building was used for a wide variety of activities including concerts and theatre performances, badminton and fitness classes, exhibitions and conferences, and meetings.
Several local businesses in Holmfirth have supported the raffle, with several donating prizes.
Prizes will be drawn every day between 1st and 20th December, with chances to win Christmas Hampers, Bubbly Cream Tea for 2, Magic Rock Vouchers, and more.
Tickets for the raffle will go on sale on 1st November, at £2 each, available directly from the hall management team or online.
Kirklees Local TV posted a video to the playlist Public Eye.
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On this episode of Public Eye, Andrew Wilson, from the Same Skies Think Tank, is joined in the studio by Andrew Cooper, leader of the Green Party on Kirklees Council and the Green Party Candidate for the position of West Yorkshire Mayor.
Cllr Cooper speaks about his focus and priorities if elected as mayor in West Yorkshire, including higher education, sustainable construction, zero-carbon buildings and active travel.
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Kirklees Local TV posted a video to the playlist KLTV Films.
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Our new short film, Windrush: The Years After - Untold Stories, provides a new and unique snapshot of authentic voices by sharing the experiences of African Caribbean Descendants living in West Yorkshire for the last 72 years.
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All of us here at KLTV are honoured to have received an award in recognition of the amazing archival work that is done for projects such as Windrush: The Years After.
One of our many goals as a Social Enterprise is the preservation and sharing of the rich history of our local communities.
Thank you to Community Archives & Heritage Group for this wonderful award! #CAHG2020Winner of Gathering and Preserving Heritage .... Congratulations to Kirklees Local TV
This category is for projects or activities which focuses on the process of collecting heritage and preserving or stewarding heritage.
The judging panel were impressed by the archival work that was being done particularly as this was not a typical archive project and instead was more concerned with media.
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