Huddersfield Branch


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The Huddersfield branch has around 100 members and was formed in 1982 by A Barraclough, E J Dibb, G Earnshaw, K M Kaye, J M Makin and J Wood.

In 2012 we celebrated our 30th  Anniversary at the April meeting. It is one of around 160 branches of the NHS Retirement Fellowship (NHSRF)




If you live in Calderdale, Kirklees or district and are nearing retirement, or have retired from any discipline or sector the NHS or social care services, we will be delighted to offer you and your partner membership, and look forward to seeing you at our meetings in the future.


The Huddersfield branch meets on the second Thursday of each month in the town centre at New North Road Baptist Church on New North Parade, which is about 250ys both the bus and rail stations.  The meetings start at 2.00pm, but tea and biscuits are available from 1.30 to 1.50 pm.



A craft group meets on the third Thursday of most months in the cafe at New North Road Baptist Church from 1.30pm to 3.30pm. The group basically runs on a self help basis.


The 'Strollers' meet on the first Thursday of the months of February through to November for a morning walk of at least two and a half miles usually terminating at a hostelry for a pub lunch.





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