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Community Noticeboard

There's always lots going on in and around Ilkley, and we will put up notices and posters of local events on this page. We regularly update this page so please come back to check for new events. All events are listed in date order. 

We also send out a weekly news bulletin with useful information about what's going on at All Saints as well as church family news. If you'd like to sign up for this, then you can do so here

St Margaret's Organ Recital - Friday December 1st 2023

Ilkley Philharmonic Orchestra - Saturday December 2nd 2023

Martin House Carols by Candlelight - Thursday December 7th 2023

The Chippendale Singers and Westgate Primary School Choir Christmas Concert - Friday December 8th 2023

St Margaret's Christmas Tree Festival - Friday December 8th and Saturday December 9th 2023

Climate Cafe - Saturday December 9th 2023

Do you find it difficult to cope with your feelings around climate change, and find yourself retreating into despair or denial, and the hope that maybe someone somewhere will sort it all out? Climate change is an existential threat that is very hard to cope with, but the first step is to connect to our feelings about it. This workshop is a gentle exploration of being with these difficult feelings, together, without a need to rush to action.

The session will start at 2pm at the Friends Meeting House, Queen's Road, Ilkley, LS29 9QJ. It'll last about an hour followed by refreshments (and cake). It is facilitated by Quakers Kate Graham and Joanne Cremins, based on a model developed by the Climate Psychology Alliance. It is free, and everyone is welcome, though please book in advance here or email Kate at

Bereavement based creative writing based workshops - February to April 2024

For more details about each workshop and to book your free place, please click on the following links. All these workshops will run from 12.30pm to 2.30pm in the Link Building at All Saints Ilkley. 

Session 1 (Thursday February 8th 2024): Does writing about grief help?

Session 2 (Thursday February 22nd 2024): Does the way we speak or write about death always have to be dark / sombre?

Session 3 (Thursday March 7th 2024); Writing as a group, not just as an individual

Session 4 (Thursday March 21st 2024): Can classic works of literature teach us anything about grief?

Session 5 (Thursday April 4th 2024): A moment of everlasting