If you have an interest in West View park and would like to get involved in volunteering, or if you just want to find out more, then please come along to our Annual General Meeting.
On Tuesday 26 March 2019 at 6pm. At the United Reform Church, Warley Road, HX2 0AD (please use the side entrance to gain access)
The group urgently needs a chair person, secretary and treasurer if you are interested in taking on one of these roles and want more information then please email Tony.firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more infomrtion about the Friends of West View Park, please email email@example.com.
We’re reviewing our Ward Forum meetings in NE Halifax to make sure they are meeting the needs of everyone.
If you currently attend a meeting, or even if you’ve never been before, please take our survey and tell us what you think!
Whilst out on routine patrol in the Warley ward Lee Ackroyd & Ray Jackson from the North & East Neighbourhood team came across a large amount of fly tipping on Raw End Road, Norton Tower.
They stopped to investigate for any evidence that may have been left in the waste along with taking pictures to send into Environmental Health to be followed up.
Whilst investigating a few local residents from the area stopped to chat about the continued problem fly tipping is in the area and said it was refreshing to see them out dealing with the problem.
So quickly as they noticed it has only been recently fly tipped the same day. They were told by Lee & Ray that there was going to be extra patrols in the area in the coming weeks due to this happening.
If you notice any fly-tipping, you can report it via the Calderdale Council website or call 01422 288002. Your local Community Wardens can then investigate and take appropriate action.
On Monday 25 February, 10 local people completed an Emergency First Aid at Work course at the St. Columba’s Community Hall in Pellon, the course was paid for using a Warley ward forum grant.
Involved were members of the friends of St Columba’s church group, the Angel Cafe, Mt. Tabor Community Association, Walk away the pounds group, the friends of West View Park group and the Halifax Irish luncheon club.
The course was provided by Jill Webb training and comments from those on the course included;
‘Excellently communicated course’
‘Tutor gave individual attention as required was re-assuring and patient’
‘Very approachable trainer’
‘Excellent in meeting my training needs’
‘Overall an excellent, hands on, dialogue driven session’
Do you have any issues or concerns about Roils Head Moor?
Do you have an idea on how to improve the moor?
Do you want to be involved in shaping the future of the moor?
Would you like to be part of the ‘Friends of Roils Head Moor’ group?
Would you be interested in taking on a committee role for the group?
Feel free to join the next meeting of the Friends of Roils Head for their AGM on Saturday 2 March, 10:00am at Grace Baptist Church, Roils Head Road, Halifax HX2 0LH.
The aims of the The Friends of Roils Head group are to:
- Protect, conserve and enhance Roils Head Moor (previously known as Highroad Well Moor) as a place of recreation, education and enjoyment for the long-term benefit of all sections of the local community and schools.
- Gather input from local people and representative groups so that the moor may best serve the local community.
For more information contact Tony King, Ward Coordinator North East Halifax Neighbourhood team on 0300 555 0266 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The free Coffee Afternoon at St. Hilda’s Church, Gibraltar Road HX1 4HE is every Wednesday, 2:00pm-3:30pm.
All are very welcome to come along and have Tea, Coffee and Biscuits (and occasionally cakes!) and join in the chat and company.
You can ask for more information on the St. Hilda’s website contact page.
Just a reminder of Warley Ward Forum on Wednesday 6 March, 6:30pm at Pellon Baptist Church, Spring Hall Lane, Halifax HX1 4UA.
This is your chance to have a say in what matters to you in the Warley Ward and surrounding areas.
6:30pm refreshments and signing in. 7:00pm meeting begins.
With the new General Data Protection Regulations, we have not been able to contact some of the regular attendees who have not opted into our email list to remind them of the next Ward Forum meetings. Please remind any friends and neighbours that this is your chance to give your views and have a say what matters to you.
Up for discussion:
- Police Update
- Community Updates
- Staying Well in Warley
- Ward Forum Grants
The minutes of the last meeting held on Wednesday 5 December 2018 can be downloaded here.