Leaflet distribution…Lock Up or Lose Out!

Our young people joined partnerships with West Yorkshire Police in delivering crime prevention leaflets in the Dewsbury Moor area. This was an area, not so far from our own, where residents had been reporting an increase in burglaries and thefts to cars and properties in the area. In a united effort to tackle this, Kumon Y’all volunteered with a group of eager and enthused young people that disseminated across the area of Dewsbury Moor, hand-delivering leaflets…

River Calder Cleanup

On Saturday 3rd February 2018, we gathered at our local River Calder for a community cleanup. Near Thornhill road, by the weir, was dirty and littered with bottles and pieces of plastic among other things. Our Kumon Y’all young volunteers teamed up with many faces, community residents and organisations such as: GoDewsbury, Friends of Rectory Park, Kirklees Adventurous Activity Team, Pennine Canoe and Rowing Club. A special thank you to Noddy who braved the cold and choppy…

Fifa 18 – Forms Inside…

Kumon Y’all wants to invite YOU to our first-ever FIFA 18 tournament.  It is an event that aims to bring unity through sport and positive social action.  Even if you think football is not for you, let’s show unity together. Are you ready? Do you have what it takes to be an undefeated FIFA 18 champion and WIN A CASH PRIZE? DOWNLOAD THE UNDER 16 REGISTRATION FORM HERE DOWNLOAD THE OVER 16 REGISTRATION FORM HERE…

Inspirational Women’s Achievements

Integrate, Illuminate, Inspire! Kumon Y’All let’s get together to celebrate the wealth of female talent connected to our local and wider community! An evening of making new friends, telling stories and inspiring ladies of all ages and communities! Kumon Y’All Girls’ latest project aims to bring women of all backgrounds together to recognise and celebrate the achievements of ladies from the community by empowering and inspiring each other. The girls have worked diligently to put…

Click to download forms for Lets Unite 2017

Lets Unite 2017 A date for your diary… Saturday 15th July 2017 Enter in our Football tournament, Enter in our Archery Kombat competition, Or come and have food and family fun. DOWNLOAD FORMS BELOW: Junior Categories-: Click HERE for the 2017 ‘Lets Unite’ Individual Player Application Form. Click HERE for the 2017 ‘Lets Unite’ Team Application Form. Over 40’s Category: Click HERE for the 2017 ‘Lets Unite’ 2017 Over 40’s Application Form. Archery Kombat Tournament:…

Kumon and clean up: Teens get tidying for the elderly

Article from Asian Express: https://www.asianexpress.co.uk/2016/11/kumon-and-clean-up-teens-get-tidying-for-the-elderly/ When tenants at a residential home in Mirfield discussed the need to clean the grounds of their homes, one youth group from nearby Savile Town were on hand to lend some much needed ‘green’ hands. Around 16 young teenagers from Kumon Y’all, headed down to Crossley House Residential Care Home on 15th November to complete their latest cleanup project. With the aim of building bridges between communities, the determined group…

Visit to Church of the Nazerene

Overall, “my prayer is that, as a result of [genuine] dialogue, both Christian and Muslim communities will enjoy better relationships with one another. We shall get rid of our prejudice and mutual ignorance, and shall gain better understanding of each other’s faith as well as our own faith. Above all, we may find that God is speaking to us, and that he has something to say to us: we shall gain a better understanding of…

War of the Roses…Cricket

War of the roses but not as you know it. On Saturday 17 September 2016 we had our second ‘Lets Unite’ event of the year at the Mirfield Monastery on Stocks Bank road. Nope it wasn’t football… Yep you guessed it! It was Cricket!! Yorkshire Imaams and Priests played the equivalent from across the Pennines – Lancashire. The day started with a junior friendly game at 11am where teams took to the crease for a few overs. As…

Eid Gift Giving

The girls youth group annually visit  a hospital Children’s ward where they give out presents to the less fortunate children. This year the girls decided to visit Pinderfields Hospital (Children’s ward). The girls spent many hours individually wrapping each present and were ready to spread smiles across the faces of many young children in that hospital. Eid is a time of joy, happiness and peace for muslims across the globe and the girls wanted to…