Between 40 and 50 local businesses will attend the launch of the latest Halifax RLFC commercial initiative - its very own business and networking club.
“Whilst there are many business groups meeting regularly around the area, this one is different,” said commercial director Chris Murgatroyd. “It’s firmly aimed at our sponsors and business partners and is as much a social group as a networking organisation.”
Members gain their free membership when they become sponsors of the club, and will be invited to eight meetings a year each featuring a guest from the world of sports, entertainment or business plus a meal and the opportunity to meet ‘Fax players, coaches and directors, with head coach Richard Marshall (pictured) the speaker at the launch event.
The launch takes place at a luncheon in the Harvey’s Banqueting Suite at The Shay Stadium on Friday, November 4. Further details are available from firstname.lastname@example.org.
Second year of Sky Try is launched
Calderdale Community Coaching Trust and Halifax RLFC launched their second year of the ‘Sky Try’ initiative to provide coaching to primary schools in Calderdale.
Around 150 pupils each week will benefit from an introduction to the sport and professional coaching. ‘Fax stars Adam Tangata and Mitch Cahalane are just two of the players giving the children a taste of professional rugby league. To find out how your school can become involved call Chris O’Connor at CCCT on 07733 111843 or email email@example.com.
Wellbeing for Calderdale
Guest speakers at Insight Healthcare’s recent ‘Wellbeing for Calderdale’ event included Fax player Nick Rawsthorne. The 21-year old former Brooksbank pupil was a guest at the event which celebrated World Mental Health Day.