Quiet Days

We offer various styles of quiet day at The Mirfield Centre, depending on the requirements of the leader(s) and the content of the day. The different styles are outlined below:

Quiet Day (silence all day)
  • The day will consist of speaker-led input followed by periods of silence.
  • Participants will be expected to remain in silence throughout the day, including at lunch time.
Quiet Day (silence apart from lunch)
  • The day will consist of speaker-led input followed by periods of silence.
  • Participants are expected to remain in silence throughout the day, apart from during lunch time, where there can be quiet conversation.
Quiet Day (with participation)
  • The day will consist of speaker-led input; the speaker will also interact with participants during the led sessions.
  • There will be periods of quiet time built into the day.
  • Participants will be able to engage in quiet conversation over lunch.
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DIRECTIONS

By Car
Come off the M62 at junction 25. Follow the signs towards Mirfield. Take the first exit at the roundabout and towards Leeds. Continue up this road until you see a ‘Starbucks’ on your right hand side. Take the filter lane and turn right at the lights - this is Stocks Bank Road. Drive over the brow of the hill and begin to drop down the other side. You will see a playground on your left hand side. The entrance to The Mirfield Centre is about 100 yards further down the road, on the right hand side.

Please note – the entrance to the Centre is marked by a brown ladder sign (to the right as you go down the hill, see picture). Please do not use the Community Retreat House entrance.

Public Transport
If you are planning on coming to us and need to know local train or bus times, please go to:
www.wymetro.com

For train journeys from further afield, go to www.thetrainline.com

Latest Events
& Courses

 

Singing with the Saints: Plainsong Pure and Simple
01/11/2014
led by Fr Peter Allan, CR

 

Promoting Peace, Inciting Violence
12/11/2014
Speaker: Jolyon Mitchell, former producer and journalist, BBC World Service, currently Professor of Communications, Arts & Religion, and Director of the Centre for Theology & Public Issues (CTPI) at the University of Edinburgh