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Published by The Grapevine Magazine, 2019-10-07 04:16:59

The Grapevine Brighouse Issue 80 October 2019

This month's edition is full of local business, community news and updates, including Halloween parties, bonfire nights and booking your Christmas parties!

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Issue 80 Oct ‘19

Your community magazine - connecting
local people to local businesses

Get ready to hibernate this Winter

Local Community - news and updates

Recipe and Gardening - for the month of October

Distributed to 9,500 homes and businesses every month throughout Brighouse including
Bailiff Bridge, Clifton, Hove Edge, Rastrick, Woodhouse, Fixby

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Editor’s Note:

The nights are drawing in and it will be soon
time to turn the clocks back.  The bonus being
an extra hour in bed – the downside being
shorter days.
Lots going on locally this month – watch out
for local Halloween parties and also Bonfire
Night is on the horizon.
You’ll see that Christmas is mentioned a little
through this month’s edition – but that seems
to happen in October – particularly if you are
wanting to book a festive meal out early to
guarantee your table.
We’re planning on doing our usual Local
Christmas Gift Guide so get in touch if you
want to feature your product or business – it’s
glossy, fantastic and all totally local!
See you in November – feedback welcome as

Love the Grapevine Mag Team


Now taking bookings for Nov ‘19 onwards,
email: [email protected]

No part of this publication may be copied, partly copied or
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Food & Drink

Smoked Haddock and
Watercress Fishcakes

A family favourite – these fishcakes with zingy lemon, buttery smoked haddock and peppery
watercress have an extra healthy boost!

Serves: 4

Preparation time:
15 minutes
+ chilling time

Cooking time:
30 minutes

400g potatoes
30g butter
500g smoked haddock
1L milk
85g watercress
Zest of a lemon
2 spring onions, sliced
2 tsp oil
flour to dust

Peel the potatoes and chop into
small chunks. Cook in boiling
water for approximately 10
minutes until tender. Drain then
add the butter, season and mash

Meanwhile in a large deep frying combine all the ingredients then until they are browned and hot
pan, gently cook the fish in the shape into 8 fishcakes, using your to the centre. Serve with a salad
milk (in 2 batches if necessary) hands. Leave to chill in the fridge of fresh watercress.
for 8 minutes or until it flakes. Lift for 1/2 hour.
the fish out of the milk and set Heat 2 tsp oil in a frying pan, dust
aside on a plate. both sides of the fishcakes with
Chop the watercress. flour and gently fry on each side
When the fish is cool enough
to handle flake it into a large
bowl, add the mashed potatoes,
watercress and spring onions and
grate in the lemon zest. Gently

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Lifestyle & Leisure

Halifax Choral Society presents Verdi’s Requiem

Victoria Theatre, Halifax - Sunday 13th October, 6.30pm

Giuseppe Verdi’s Requiem is any classical music death expressed in subdued and hushed sad chords,
conductor’s dream come true, and therefore a fitting the music builds gradually and inexorably towards
piece of music to be performed by the Halifax Choral the inescapable trumpet blasts that call the dead to
Society as a farewell to its conductor, John Pryce- account for their lives.
Jones. John is retiring after 30 years as the greatly- Judgement comes in the Dies Irae’s (Day of Anger’s)
respected artistic director of the HCS, the oldest depiction of the punishment that may follow. The
choral society in the world with an unbroken record most familiar section of the Requiem, the crushing
of performance over the past 201 years. hammer blows of the full chorus, bass drums and full
Few pieces of classical music offer the rich drama orchestra, all blaring at full tilt, deliver the judgement!
of opera combined with the thrill of wonderful There are also so many transcendent moments
orchestral and choral writing. But Verdi’s Requiem in this Requiem: the Lacrymosa (Tearful Sorrow)
does all that and so much more. Instantly and that palpably weeps; the uplifting Lux Aeterna
strikingly familiar from countless films, adverts and (Eternal Light) with heavenly flute melodies; and
television scores, the raw emotion and power of this the pleading of Libera Me (Save me, Lord). But the
work is hard to beat! music also brings the return of the Dies Irae terror
Joining the HCS from Glasgow are members of the and then ultimate resignation as the words fade into
renowned Bearsden Choir, four superb soloists and uncertainty about what may lie ahead at death for
the full might of North of England Classical Orchestra. each one of us.
Also being performed is Anton Bruckner’s gloriously This celebrated Italian composer Verdi’s dramatic
celebratory setting of the Te Deum. gifts are on full display in this work, a truly sublime
The Requiem tells the ultimate dramatic story of experience for the listener. Definitely a glorious
death and hope. Opening with the profound loss of musical event, not to be missed!

The farewell appearance Giselle Allen soprano
of the HCS’ Yvonne Howard mezzo

renowned conductor Nicky Spence tenor
John Pryce-Jones Gidon Saks bass

North of England Classical Orchestra

Sunday 13 October 2019 6.30pm

Victoria Theatre, Halifax

Tickets from £2 to £25 from Victoria Theatre, Halifax
Box Office: 01422 351158 or online:

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Mercedes-Benz A-Class 2018 review

By Tim Barnes-Clay, Motoring from 2019, manuals and more A3 trumps the A-Class on rear
journalist – tweeting @ powerful engines will join the seat space, comfort is better than
carwriteups party. that offered by the rival. The
seating and dash materials are
Tim Barnes-Clay has been testing The A250 I’m reviewing here gets marginally better, too – and that
the new Mercedes-Benz A-Class your juices flowing tastefully. takes some doing. Indeed, I’d go
recently. Here are his thoughts It’s got a bit of ‘oomph’ to it – as as far to say that this Mercedes-
on the German hatchback. you’d expect from a car with a Benz has set the bar one notch
224PS 2.0-litre lump under the higher in the compact class.
The A-Class has become sexier lid.
with each incarnation – and On the move, the sporty sound
2018’s Mk4 is a car oozing Inside, you feel like a King, the new A-Class makes is
desirability. with a digital set-up that you’d gratifying, and it’s always eager
expect to find in a chauffeur to please – especially in ‘Sport’
It’s a classy hatch with one diesel driven luxury limo. The brand’s mode. But the hatchback delivers
option – the A180d. Then there clever ‘Hey Mercedes’ voice a calmer experience in ‘Comfort’
are the A200 and A250 petrols. control responds well to pretty setting, soothing the parts that
All are offered with a seven- much anything you ask of it. some other compact cars fail to
speed dual-clutch auto. But, Additionally, although the Audi reach.

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The auto ‘box can sound a bit of the bends accurately and cald4calai
strained when you give the Merc pleasingly. All this makes it an
the beans, but most of the time easy hatchback to like. FAST FACTS
it’s a smooth operator. What’s
more, the shift paddles on the So, if sexy looks, a charming (Mercedes-Benz A-Class
steering wheel - if you want to cabin, great handling and a A250 - as tested)
use them - are highly responsive. premium-badged hatch float Max speed: 155 mph
your boat, then the new A-Class 0-62 mph: 6.2 secs
As handling and ride go, this comes highly recommended. Combined mpg: 45.6
small Mercedes is perfect for Engine layout: 1991cc four-
everyday motoring needs. I drove Pros ‘n’ Cons cylinder petrol turbo
it on motorways and rural roads Handsome √ Max. power (PS): 224
and felt satisfied all day. Even the Handling √ CO2: 141 g/km
potholes on the Cotswolds’ test Performance √ Price: £30,240
route didn’t rain on the parade. Comfort √
The A-Class handled them with Rear-Seat Space X

The car holds its own at 70mph,
and there’s quite a bit of fun
to be had when you point it at
twisty tarmac. The front-wheel-
drive Merc hunkers down,
relaxes and then pings you out

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Grapevine’s Charity of the Year 2019 - Overgate Hospice

“Are you local? Have you heard
of Crafty Ladies”...

Come along to our Open Day

We are thirty ladies who meet up and craft for this charity is run totally by volunteers...heart surgery
charities. We have made Trauma Teddies by patients, their families...surgeons and hospital staff...
the hundreds for Dom Furby, ex Fire Service, more than 98% of all money made goes directly to
Twiddlemuffs for Alzheimer’s society and Age benefit people undergoing heart surgery and their
Concern, poppies annually for families. Take Heart provide free TV, telephone,
the Northowram and Shelf
Branch of the British Legion, internet to the heart patients
dolly clothes for Helping Hands, and accommodation and quiet
clothes for prem babies.  We rooms to families at this very
recently made over £600.00 for worrying time. They have
Marie Curie, and many many made a beautiful rooftop Zen
more... garden with chairs and tables
We hold fab open days at on the rooftop of the hospital
The Hub within Northowram to be enjoyed by everyone....
Library and raise a lovely AND Take Heart members are
amount every year for the most a lovely bunch of people that
amazing charity, Take Heart... you can turn to when you need
them. I can not praise this
charity enough.”

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The first tramcar is now leaving
from Bailiff Bridge

By Chris Helme

This photograph is dated 1904 and shows a group times over the years and looked closely at the last
of men posing outside what I believe to be the front clue. Including the pub’s front wall at the side of the
door of the Martin’s Nest public house, Bradford steps and then the shape of window I am satisfied
Road, Brighouse. Although there is no name visible these men have just been or were about to visit the
to say actually where it was taken. There are pub for probably some much needed refreshment
however a few clues to consider. or to celebrate the job was complete.
Firstly, research shows the number of men appears The tramcar route was formally opened in October
to be the same number that worked on laying 1904. This enabled local Bailiff Bridge people for
the tramcar track from Bailiff Bridge through to the first time to travel to Brighouse on a tramcar.
the George Hotel. Secondly, the workmen type of The fare was one penny for a single journey but for
clothing they are wearing. Thirdly, looking closely workmen it was one and a half pennies return.
at this photograph they are holding tools such as
tamping tools, chisels, hand tools for lifting the Chris Helme – Local Nostalgia Magazine
tracks into their final positions. Chris has launched a new, local nostalgia
But the last clue is the steps leading into the magazine. The 5th edition is out now. You can
doorway and then the right-hand wall at the side of find his advert on page 9
the steps. Having visited the location a number of

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Health, Beauty & Wellbeing

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Health, Beauty & Wellbeing
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Business, Finance & Technology

Business Owner
Finance Q & A’s

By Debbie Story, Sleigh & Story, Brighouse

Q. I am a qualified chiropractor and I have been Q. I own a buy-to-let property, which has a
running my own business for many years. I would mortgage of £50,000 owing on it. I bought the
now like to specialise in a particular area and property for £100,000 and it is currently worth
have enrolled on a university course to obtain around £150,000. What will be the capital gains tax
the relevant qualification. The cost is around implications if I pay off the mortgage and then sell
£18,000 per annum and the course is three years the property?
in duration, during which time I intend to continue
working part-time. Is the cost of the course A. The gross capital gain will be the difference
deductible for tax purposes? between the sale price the purchase price, ie
£50,000 (£150,000 - £100,000). A mortgage is not
A. Expenditure incurred by the owner of a business relevant to a capital gains computation unless, in
on training courses for themselves is revenue rare circumstances, where a purchaser takes over
expenditure if the course merely updates existing responsibility for a mortgage (see HMRC’s Capital
expertise or knowledge. Expenditure on a course Gains Tax manual at paragraph cg12706 for further
which provides new expertise or knowledge is information).
capital. HMRC accept that ‹the line between the two
may often be difficult to draw› and they may require Sleigh & Story Ltd, Thornhill Brigg Mills,
further information from you to make a decision. Thornhill Beck Lane, Brighouse HD6 4AH.
HMRC’s Business Income Manual provides further
guidance at paragraph BIM35660. You can follow Sleigh & Story on Facebook,
or Twitter @sleighandstory.

Q. What is the statutory time limit for keeping VAT The information contained in this article is of a general
records? nature and you are advised to obtain specific professional
advice before you take any action.
A. Generally, you must keep all your business
records for VAT purposes for at least six years (or
ten years the trader uses the HMRC VAT mini-
one-stop-shop (VAT MOSS)). Records that you use
for other tax purposes may need to be kept for
longer periods. VAT records may be kept on paper,
electronically or as part of a software program (eg
book-keeping software) - but whichever method
is used, the records must be accurate, complete
and readable. HMRC can visit businesses to inspect
record-keeping and impose penalties if the records
are not in order. If the six-year rule causes serious
storage problems or undue expense, or you need
advice on records for other types of tax, then
you should consult HMRC’s VAT general enquiries
helpline. HMRC may be able to allow you to keep
some records for a shorter period.

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Gardening – this month….
Encouraging birds
In October you might spot a jay
scouting around for somewhere to
bury fallen acorns and hazelnuts. If
you let seedheads form on flowers
and weeds such as teasels and
thistles you’ll attract finches, perhaps
even brightly coloured goldfinches.
Starlings gather in large groups on
treetops and telephone wires before
joining up with other groups in
large roosts. Letting your lawn grow
slightly longer and avoiding chemical
sprays can turn your lawn into an
all-year feeding station for them.
They like to hunt for insects such as
leatherjackets, as do blackbirds and

Jobs for the month

• Plan and plant new borders
• Plant bare-root and balled shrubs and trees
• Plant herbaceous perennials
• Ensure bird table and feeders are out
• Tidy up ponds
• Clean bird baths
• Plant forget-me-nots, pansies and wallflowers
• Prune tall roses
• Plan a vegetable patch and start digging before the first frosts
• Leave fallen leaves to provide shelter and protection for wildlife
• Plant spring bulbs
• Sow hardy peas and broad beans 
• Leave seedheads to overwinter to provide food for birds

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Home Focus
Decorate for Autumn

It’s an American word but
‘Autumn’ is so much more
descriptive for this time of year.
It conjures up the leaves literally
drifting off the trees, whistling
around on pavements with
beautiful accents of gold and
green. The crispness of a sunny

OMEmorning with mist rolling across
fields and the freshness of the
air makes this season particularly
sumptuous and is something that
we can easily replicate in our
We have talked before about
using accessories to easily adjust
the tone of a room and nowadays
there are many gorgeous pieces
that you can source, that don’t
need to be expensive, which will soft rugs on the floor and unscented candles are
allow you to create the look and feel that you desire. perfect to create this atmosphere.

orate for FallCushions, candles, throws and pictures are all easy Think about using warmer colours too. If you have a
enough to come by now but also don’t be too led neutral backdrop in your room you can successfully
by ‘trends’. You don’t want to be replacing these
things every season as this isn’t environmentally, or switch out the colour scheme using soft furnishings.
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Homes & Interiors

EST. 1989

Kitchens | Bedrooms | En-suites

Thank you Mark and Lesley Read more of our
and all at Town Kitchens. genuine client reviews on
We absolutely love our new Google and Facebook
kitchen and what a
transformation. From start
to finish your expert advice
and brilliant work has been
exceptional. More than
highly recommended.
Thank you again.
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Family run business celebrating 30 Home consultations & Free design service
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After the White Gate pub & Whiteleys Garden Centre, take your
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not only the kitchen but his trade and Lesley
also the building work, Hsgeuolimedceetsdio&unsInottfhetrrhoioeurgus nhittshean
electrics and decoration. fittings. Mark's quote wa
All completed within a few the most competitive. Th
weeks and all done to a kitchen was installed ah
great standard. What made of time [which does not
Mark (and Lesley) stand often occur these days]
apart from the rest of the and we are more than
companies we contacted happy with the result.
was the attention to detail Nick Irons
when it came to planning
our layout and choosing the
design. We would highly
recommend them.
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Homes & Interiors Are you thinking
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Community News & What’s On

What’s On... October

Your contributions are welcome and FREE for the Community Pages. Just email details to [email protected]
The deadline for submitting events for the November issue is 12th October - notices are placed on a first come, first served basis


The Club for Retired and Semi Retired Men Songs from the British Isles
We meet on the second Wednesday
of every month at 10 am at Hove Saturday 19th October at 7:30pm
Edge Bowling and Social Club for
refreshments followed by speakers St. Matthew’s Church, Wakefield Road, Lightcliffe
on a wide range of subjects. Our next
meetings: Sung by Juliet Montgomery and Aidan Edwards
Wednesday 9th October – Ian Baxter -
“Back to Berlin and Beyond”Wednesday accompanied by the Northowram Singers
13th November - Keith Lister - “Trades and
Occupations” New Members welcome. Tel 07434 Narrated by John Brooke
316490 or just come and join us for an enjoyable with Rob Paxman, Musical Director and piano;
morning. Kim Atkinson, clarinet/flute/oboe; David Buck, bassoon;
Barbara Stephenson, cello; Susan Udall, violin

There was tutoring, with short bursts of sketching
to promote spontaneity - resulting in a great deal
of light humour - besides longer periods of deep
concentration.  The model, Sarah, was a star!  Overall a
satisfying experience.  On 17 Sept is a workshop, with
an opportunity to renew subscriptions.  Tuesday 24
Sept will see a workshop with Sue Blackwell, who will
instruct on the intricacies of Illuminated Lettering.  Both
members and visitors will be welcomed.  7.30 pm to
9.30 pm at Brighouse Rest Centre.  Further information

AT WARING GREEN COMMUNITY Tickets available from Colin’s News, Hipperholme and
CENTRE, BRIGHOUSE HD6 2AX. Lightcliffe Tea Rooms or email [email protected]

No previous experience necessary as caller Pauline Car parking available at Lightcliffe CE Primary School
Proceeds in aid of The Friends of St. Matthew’s Churchyard
Jones will guide you through the dances. Live
music provided by the Alice Band. Ticket prices £9
(accompanied under 12s, free; in full time education £5).
Bring your own refreshments. For further information,
contact Pete and Sue Coe on 01422 822569 or check our
website at

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We meet on the second Tuesday of each month at HISTORICAL SOCIETY OCTOBER
6.30pm at Rastrick Library and have regular displays and MEETING
short talks. This month’s short talk is on Quarrying in
Rastrick (deferred from July). The next meeting of the Brighouse and District Historical
We’re interested in everything from Bridgend to Clough Society will be on Wednesday 9th October when Bob
House, from early records to post-war developments. Horne will give a presentation about ‘Walterclough
To find out about Rastrick, learn about sources and Valley’.The Society meets at the Brighouse Rest Centre,
resources, just come along, contact [email protected] Park Row, Brighouse 7.30 to 9.00pm.Members free,
or ask at the Library. All welcome. visitors £3

11.00 – 3.00 PM

In the Parish Centre in aid of Church Funds.
There will be a large number of stalls selling a variety of
goods. Father Christmas will be waiting to welcome you
in his Grotto.
Refreshments will be available throughout the day.
You are sure of a warm welcome at St Matthew’s and we
look forward to seeing you on the day.

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Index of Advertisers

Food & Drink Homes & Interiors Homes & Interiors

47 Grains 4 Bathrooms/Tiling/Plastering Locksmith 34
Crow Nest Golf Club 7 In House Securities
Prego’s 6 Queensbury Kitchens, Bedrooms,
Bathrooms 37 Painting & Decorating
Lifestyle and Leisure 1,3 More Bathrooms 42 Calder Painters & Decorators 41
15 S.A.M Painting & Decorating 37
Brassiere & Blush 15 Personalised Home Improvements 35
Bridgefield Garage 12
Bridge Wills 9 Waxman 41
Crafty Ladies Open Day 10
DC Woodcraft 9 Plumbers/Domestic Appliances
Halifax Choral Society 9
Local Nostalgia Magazine 11 Beds & Furniture 32 Amore Habitat 38
OWRAM Private Hire 11 Elland Bed Centre
Pennine Wills Direct First Call Gas 30
The Ironing Rooms ECC UK 41
Queensbury Kitchens Bedrooms 37 Mallinson Plumbing & Heating 38
& Bathroom

Stone Dam Furniture 39 Removals/Storage

Harveys Removals 34


Amora Blinds 32 Roofing

Alpine 31

Builders/Building Supplies/Handymen

Handyman Solutions 33 Security

Health, Beauty & Wellbeing Calder Valley Security 34

Doors/Windows/Conservatories/Guttering Halifax Security 30

Calderdale Council 48 Advanced Glazing Solutions 33
Reflexology for Better Health 18
Specsavers 17 Garolla Garage Doors 31
The Old Church Dental 19
Halifax Seamless Gutters 34

Halifax Doors & Windows 42

Personalised Home Improvements 35

Business inc Computing Walkers Windows 24-25


Gold Rabbit 20 Amore Habitat 38
Grinning Graphics 20
Pivotal 21 TDM Electrical Services 30
Sleigh & Story 22-23

Garage Doors

Garol la Garage Doors 3 1

Family & Education Home & External Cleaning Services

Hipperholme & Lightcliffe Nurseries Carpet Clean Plus 43
2 Clean Image 37
Gardens 27
All Seasons Fencing & Decking 29 JEB Joinery 38

Kitchens & Bedrooms
Queensbury Kitchens Bedrooms
& Bathroom 37
Personalised Home Improvements 35
Town Kitchens 40

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