Have Your Say! Warley Ward Forum – Saturday 7 March 2020

Please come along if you have a neighbourhood issue and want to speak to the police or a councillor or if you just want to find out what’s going on in the ward.

9.30am for a 10am start Saturday 7 March 2020. At St Columba Church Community Hall, Sandbeds Road, Pellon, Halifax, HX2 0QF.

Up for discussion:

  • Police update
  • Road Safety Group update
  • Waste and flytipping
  • Ward Forum Grants

Click here for the full agenda…

Note of the last meeting…

With the 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.

Reminder! Have Your Say! Mixenden Ward Forum – Tuesday 24 March 2020

Meet the Services at the Mixenden Ward Forum on Tuesday 24 March 2020, 6:30pm  at Mixenden Activity Centre, Mixenden, HX2 8SH.

6:30pm refreshments and signing in and the meeting starts at 7:00pm.

Up for discussion:

  • Police update
  • North Halifax Transformation – David Greenfield
  • Your issues – Open Forum

Click here for the full agenda…

With the 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.

Reminder! Have Your Say! Warley Ward Forum – Saturday 7 December 2019

Just a reminder about tomorrow mornings Warley ward forum meeting at Highgate Methodist Church please come along if you have a neighbourhood issue and want to speak to the police or a councillor or if you just want to find out what’s going on in the ward.

9.30am for a 10am start Saturday 7 December 2019. At Highgate Methodist Church, Stretchgate lane, Pellon, HX2 0EN.

Up for discussion:

  • Police update
  • Road Safety Group update
  • Waste and flytipping
  • Ward Forum Grants

Click here for the full agenda…

With the 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.

Reminder! Have Your Say! Mixenden Ward Forum – Tuesday 17 December 2019

Meet the Services at the Mixenden Ward Forum on Tuesday 17 December 2019, 6:30pm  at Holy Nativity Church, Mixenden, HX2 8RX.

6:30pm refreshments and signing in and the meeting starts at 7:00pm.

Up for discussion:

  • Police update
  • Road Safety Group update
  • Actions from last minutes

Click here for the full agenda…

With the 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.

Calderdale Conversations – Mixenden and Beechwood Library drop in

Calderdale Conversations is a key part of how we are delivering our Vision 2024. This project sets out where we want to take Calderdale together and how we are going to get there. For more about this, see: Vision 2024…

Calderdale Conversations is a new opportunity for people across the region to talk about the things most important to them.

You, your family and your friends all have ideas about Calderdale. Things you’d like to see happen here or things you’d like to be done differently. Calderdale Conversations is about getting those ideas heard and bringing them to life.

Drop in and have a chat with Rachael Henry and Dan Marham this Thursday

  • 10am to 12.30pm – Mixenden Library,
  • 1.30pm to 3.30pm – Beechwood Road Library

We want to have more conversations, more often and in new ways. Asking people to play a direct role in how the place changes and grows. This project is about creating closer connections and new partnerships so together we can reach our vision for the place.

All conversations will be collated to help inform our decision making process. So you can see the impact you are having.

If you want to keep talking you can speak to the Council in a number of ways on a range of issues – Take part in consultations and give feedback here…

Reminder! Have Your Say! Mixenden Ward Forum – Tuesday 24 September 2019

Meet the Services at the Mixenden Ward Forum on Tuesday 24 September 2019, 6:30pm  at Holy Nativity Church, Mixenden HX2 8RX.

6:30pm refreshments and signing in and the meeting starts at 7:00pm.

Up for discussion:

  • North Halifax Transformation – David Greenfield
  • West Yorkshire Police Update
  • Councillor Updates
  • Dodge Holme clean-up feedback

Click here to view the full agenda…

With the 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.

Over 20 bags of litter removed from Wheatley Streets

On Saturday 14 September 2019, members of the Wheatley Neighbourhood Watch Group teamed up with partner services to take part in a clean-up in the area organised by Dan Marham, Ward Link Worker from the North Halifax Partnership.

With support from West Yorkshire Police PCSO’s Gordon Thorpe and James Hughes as well as CMBC Community Wardens Jonny Cato and Zameer Akhtar the group met for 1.45pm at The Flying Pig at Greystones.

The groups headed out at 2pm and split in two with one group heading down towards Long Lane and Hebble Lane whilst the other team headed up Wharfdale Mount before going down Ramsden Street and along Wheatley and Shroggs Roads.

The clean up quickly gained the attention of passing residents who were thankful for the work of those involved with most saying they would love to take part in future clean-up activities in the area.

Youngest member of the group George, aged 8 had an ongoing competition to see who could fill their bags the quickest to add an element of fun to the event.

 

Resident Gerda Norminton who helped with the clean up commended the team effort and said;

“It was great to walk home without looking at rubbish everywhere. A good day and exercise for all of us” and finished by urging more people to take part next time.

The clean-up seemed to pass quite quickly but resulted in over 20 bags of general litter being removed from the streets of Wheatley.

Clean-up Route

Thanks goes to residents Aneta Stevens, Gerda Normington, Jade Rhodes, Sean Bamforth and young George as well as our partners from West Yorkshire Police and Calderdale Council who came along to support the activity.

News of the clean up is quickly gaining praise on social media and it is hoped that more residents continue to come and support in the future.

The bags were left at the entrance of Larch Close Woods Path on Long Lane and will be collected by the Calderdale Council Safer, Cleaner, Greener Team