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TLC Together for Looked after Children

Seventh Annual Charity Jigsaw Festival

at St. Martin’s Parish Church

Church Lane Brighouse HD6 1AT 

Friday August 24 to Monday August 27 from 10am to 5pm except Sunday 12 noon to 5pm

Over 1,000 jigsaws of many makes, shapes and sizes have been assembled throughout the year by volunteers from the Brighouse area and beyond.

Approximately 200 made-up and upto 200 boxed jigsaws will be on display at any time and as soon as a puzzle is sold another will replace it. There will be puzzles for everyone - from collectors' items to children's puzzles, including country scenes, 3D, double-sided, murder mystery, crossword, impossipuzzles, wasgij, XL pieces and mirror image.

There will be a Golden Jigsaw Competition paying cash prizes, a Tombola, a Raffle sponsored by local speciality retailers and Craft stalls.

A selection of food, including morning coffee with bacon butties, lunches, our fabulous Yorkshire Breakfasts and our Traditional Afternoon Teas.

Admission for Adults is £2 (includes a voucher for a £1 discount on a jigsaw purchase) with accompanied children free.

If you retain your Programme you can return as many times as you wish without paying again.

Over the last three years TLC has received £4,500 from the proceeds of the Festival

 For more information about the Festival visit

 To find out what goes on at St. Martin’s visit




About the GOAL Project (Getting On And Living)


TLC is supporting a new peer mentoring initiative in Calderdale. The GOAL project is a Care Leaver peer led programme that uses a Youth Advocacy model to transfer knowledge and skills to help the transition from care to independent living.

The mentors carry out a residential training course with the young people on the practicalities of living independently for the first time. Having completed the course, the young people can choose to be trained themselves as mentors. In this way, the project becomes sustainable and is constantly enriched by the experience of recent care leavers.

GOAL is a partnership involving Prospects, Care Leaver Association, Calderdale Council and TLC. An evaluation will report on the first year of operation at the end of 2016.



 Mentoring At Trinity Academy School


The Trinity Mentoring project has had very favourable feedback from the Academy, mentors and mentees. Our partner, Yorkshire Mentoring, has refined the training, matching and support sessions and a new lead member of staff at Trinity has helped with communication and reporting. Careful use of resources has resulted in us being able to extend the mentoring to Easter 2017 without further funding. Using these developments and outcomes we are now in a position to approach other schools about introducing similar mentoring schemes.

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