Some of Calderdale’s Museums are opening again to visitors.
To visit you must book your time slot online in advance.
Please have your ticket ready to show staff either on your phone or as a printed copy.
Sanitiser will be provided at various points and we will be frequently cleaning the venue in line with government guidance. You must wear a face covering whilst inside inline with Government guidance on face coverings.
Bankfield Museum plans to reopen its doors to visitors from May the 31st.
Admission is free, but you must book your visit online. There will be limited numbers of visitors to ensure everyone’s safety. Please have your ticket ready to show staff either on your phone or as a printed copy.
Shibden Hall reopening Monday 17th of May.
Numbers are being limited to ensure that we can keep visitors safe. We are anticipating that there will be high demand and that these limited tickets will go quickly. Tickets are for your use only and are not available for resale. During this current time all tickets will be non-refundable unless the situation changes.
Book tickets online
- Adult £8.00
- Concession £5.00 (Children 5 – 16 years / Senior Citizens / Passport to Leisure)
- Family ticket (2 adults and 2 children): £21.00
These are road traffic collision updates for the 5 districts of West Yorkshire.
This information was sourced through Leeds City Council.
The overall road casualties in 2020 remains well below last year’s level. The number of
weekly road casualties (all severities and those KSI) has fluctuated quite a lot in 2020,
mainly regulated by various lockdown phases.
All reports can be downloaded below
Wakefield: CORONAVIRUS ROAD COLLISION UPDDATE- WAKEFIELD 11.01.21
Bradford: CORONAVIRUS ROAD COLLISION UPDDATE- BRADFORD 11.01.21
Calderdale: CORONAVIRUS ROAD COLLISION UPDDATE- CALDERDALE 11.01.21
Kirklees: CORONAVIRUS ROAD COLLISION UPDDATE- KIRKLEES 11.01.21
Leeds: CORONAVIRUS ROAD COLLISION UPDATE-LEEDS 11.01.21
West Yorkshire Overall: CORONAVIRUS ROAD COLLISION UPDATE-WY 11.01.21
Are you aged between 9 – 25?
Do you live or go to school/college in Calderdale?
If so, please could we ask you to take part in this opportunity to have your say on helping shape local mental health services. The survey is open from Friday 7th February until Friday 6th March 2020. Please find the link to the survey here
The information gathered is confidential, meaning we can’t identify you from what you tell us.
We will use the information to help us further improve mental health services
for children and young people in Calderdale.
We, the young people’s Tough Times Reference Group, have released this survey during Children’s Mental Health Week. This is to collect views from all children and young people on emotions and mental health support with the aim to help shape and improve services. We would like everyone who takes part in this survey to know its anonymous, and the results will be shared with managers of services that will listen and take these results from this survey seriously.
We hope to get a 1000 voices and would appreciate everyone’s help to achieve this
Calderdale’s Young People’s Tough Times Reference Group
Part of Calderdale Open Minds
Your trash could be someone else’s treasure, so if you have items you no longer need, why not advertise them for free at the Calderdale Freecycle Group or the Calderdale Recycle group?
Calderdale Freecycle – https://groups.freecycle.org/CalderdaleUK
Calderdale Recycle – https://www.ilovefreegle.org/explore/CalderdaleRecycle
The idea behind these groups is to reduce the amount of reusable items going to waste by passing them on where they can be reused. You may be surprised at what use might be found of your old items, or by what you could find – for absolutely free!
These groups promote conservation, reduction of waste and equally importantly, the sense of community and solidarity.
All items advertised must be offered free of charge, absolutely no money must be exchanged. Individuals need to communicate to arrange the exchange or pickup of goods.
Resellers cannot be stopped but the practice of collecting items for free for the purpose of reselling is discouraged.
Everywhere there’s talk about our impact on the environment and reducing our carbon (and otherwise) footprint. Calderdale freecycle offers an easy way of reducing this! Just read some of the testimonials made by freeglers.
Please remember your collections will be a day later through bank holiday week and will take place on the following dates;
All collections should be back to your usual scheduled day by Monday 2 September 2019 – Household Waste Recycling Centres will be open throughout, operating Sunday hours on bank holidays.
For further information visit www.calderdale.gov.uk/recycling or keep updated via twitter by following @recycle_waste
Friday 12 to Sunday 21 July 2019 is #LoveParks Week and Calderdale Council will give you a different reason each day to get out & enjoy your favourite Calderdale park!
Your open & green spaces offer wildlife, beautiful surroundings, games, sports and more.
Discover Jungle Experience in award winning Manor Heath Park, Explore the beautifully restored grounds at Shibden or enjoy the beautiful flowers at Wellhome Park.
Find out more here.
Please remember your Waste and Recycling Collections will be a day later through bank holiday weeks.
Usual collection day: Collection will be on:
Monday 27 May Tuesday 28 May
Tuesday 28 May Wednesday 29 May
Wednesday 29 May Thursday 30 May
Thursday 30 May Friday 31 May
Friday 31 May Saturday 1 June
Collections should be back to your usual scheduled day by Monday 3 June.
We prefer flat plastic!
Please remember also to squash your cans and plastics before placing them in the white bag; they will take up less room so you can fit more in the sack and it will help the items to stay more securely inside the sack on a windy day.