The Farsley Rehoboth Baptist Burial Ground was a place of internment from 1785 to 2000 and reflected the growth of Farsley and in particular its textile industry with many prominent residents buried there. In total there are just over 4,000 local people interred in the Rehoboth all with their own […]
Running, walking and cycling around the local area on a voluntary basis. The underlying ethos is to encourage healthy activity but incorporate a reason to do so other than pure fitness. This could be: Regular runs starting at the Springbank Primary School for parents who have just dropped off […]
About us: We are and always will be a FREE running group, but members are welcome to affiliate to our club – for more details on affiliation please email email@example.com We run the club voluntarily – we do not profit from helping others improve their running goals. We have 3 […]
Farsley in Bloom is set out to enhance our beautiful village with natural floral features. Work is undertaken by local volunteers to tidy up communal spaces, enhance areas with new features but importantly maintain the flowery outcrops. Originally commenced under the Farsley Community Initiative, it now stands as it’s own […]
Established in March 2016, the community came out in force to plant Farsley’s Orchard. Since then we have cared for and learnt all about our trees. We have also planted a hedgerow, daffodils and had a go at a wild meadow (people were worried the aliens were coming). We have […]
A Community Market held 09:00-12:30 on 4th Saturday of the month in the centre of Farsley Village, just off the main shopping street. Entry is Free. Find fresh produce, handcrafts, gifts, refreshments. Onsite disabled facilities, a family friendly event, and dogs are welcome. There is limited parking locally but excess […]
Group to help shape improvements to Hainsworth Park.
Free annual event including music, arts, games and plenty of quirk!