Easter Family Fair

Join us for a fantastic day of events, fun and games. You'll get to participate in activities, meet the Realise team and learn about free training courses available to you.

The Skills Hub, BD4 0JE

Easter Family Fair


11:00 - 16:00
Thu 06 April 2023




About the fair:

Join us for a fantastic family day of events, fun and games at our Skills Hub in Holme Wood, BD4 0JE.

The fair includes free entry and a BBQ.

We will also have a range of amazing activities including:

  • Hook the duck
  • Bouncy castle
  • Penalty shoot-out
  • Face painting
  • Tombola

And more!

We can’t wait to see you there.

About our training courses

Our free adult education courses can help you to increase your confidence, develop your skills and improve your knowledge.

Our upcoming courses include:

• Work skills and logistics – Monday 27th March (one week)

• CSCS card and customer service course – Tuesday 30th
March (two days)

• DIY gardening and outdoor wellbeing – Tuesday 18th April
(every Tuesday for six weeks)

• Award in vocational studies, hairdressing – Tuesday 18th
April (every Tuesday for eight weeks)

• Award in preparing to work in schools – Thursday 19th April
(every Thursday for six weeks)

• Customer service course – Thursday 20th April (one day)


About the Skills Hub in Holme Wood

The Skills Hub is based at The Holme Centre at Holme United Reformed Church on Madison Avenue in Holme Wood.

A vast range of courses will be delivered from the centre which will feature two classrooms and will be staffed for local people to call in for advice throughout the week.

The hub has been launched by leading UK training provider Realise and made possible through the Mayor of West Yorkshire, Tracy Brabin and West Yorkshire Combined Authority’s £64 million devolved budget to help adults in some of the most disadvantaged areas of West Yorkshire to access the training they need to get a job and further their career.

The Skills Hub enables adults over the age of 19 to complete nationally recognised level one and level two qualifications, with many individuals entitled to receive the training free of charge.

In the last 18 months, Realise has helped more than 1,800 learners through Adult Education Budget programmes, many of whom live in West Yorkshire.