The Directors of Public Health across all 15 local authorities in the Yorkshire and Humber region have collaborated to set up the Louise Brewins Programme, an innovative training scheme for Public Health Intelligence Analysts. Wakefield Metropolitan District Council offers this opportunity to be one of the first trainees on this exciting new scheme.
There are two posts available. Subject to confirmation, one trainee will complete placements in Wakefield Metropolitan District Council (based in Wakefield) then Bradford Metropolitan District Council (Bradford) and one trainee will complete placements in Kirklees Metropolitan Borough Council (Huddersfield) and Calderdale Metropolitan Borough Council (Halifax).
Salary is £18,933
Closing date: 21 January 2022
Interviews are due to take place in mid-February with a start date of May
Further details and application form can be found here https://wamdcli.webitrent.com/wamdcli_webrecruitment/wrd/run/ETREC107GF.open?VACANCY_ID=aVFK113394&WVID=1R0q139950&LANG=USA
Over £200 million of investment is coming to Halifax, and we’re putting it to work already.
It’s an inspiring time for Halifax – Discover your part in it
Councillor Jane Scullion, Cabinet Member for Regeneration and Strategy says:
Over the next few years, Halifax is set to benefit from more than £200m of investment from the Government, the West Yorkshire Combined Authority and Calderdale Council, to transform the town for future generations and support our economic recovery from COVID-19. The impressive plans will improve the look and feel of the town centre, with new facilities and modern infrastructure making it easier to travel in and around the town and better link with the wider area.
We’re proud that we have been able to secure unprecedented levels of funding to make our town an even better place for everyone. Join us on this exciting journey and find out more about how the Halifax you think you know is changing for the better!
Building a sustainable future
We’re addressing the climate emergency, building new infrastructure for public transport, walking and cycling so that we can all travel in more sustainable ways.
Our aim is to be a net zero carbon economy by 2038.
Find out more about all of the Next Chapter projects online at:
Calderdale the Next Chapter wants your views and opinions on the developments planned around the A629 connecting Halifax to Huddersfield.
Full story here
3 live consultations are live now and there’s still time to take part.
Find all consultations
We want to hear your feedback on proposals for walking and cycling in north and west Halifax and covering a broad area between Halifax, Elland and Huddersfield.Improved walking and cycling around the A629, Halifax – Huddersfield
– Open until 23 November 2021
2. North Halifax Improved Streets for People Round 2
– Open until 19 December 2021
3. West Halifax Improved Streets for People Round 2
– Open until 19 December 2021
Find out more about the Next Chapter Projects here
Mixy Marchers is a walking group held by a group of ladies which was set up in Mixenden by Mandy O’Shea. If you enjoy walking, the group is always welcome to new members. The group meets for walks every Tuesday and Thursday at 6pm outside Holy Nativity Church, Mixenden, HX2 8RX.
The walks tend to last up to 1 hour and 30 minutes with suitable clothing and footwear advised.
If walking isn’t really for you then perhaps you might like the idea of beginners netball. Held Thursday evenings from 6pm to 7.30pm at Ash Green Primary School, Lower Site. Just £2 per session to cover the cost of a trainer (Any money left over will be reinvested into the Mixy Marchers fund for further resources and the development of other physical activities in the area).
For further information, find the Mixy Marchers on Facebook here…
The Landubbers return with more industrial shanties, this time in the intimate setting of the Grayston Unity.
Saturday 5 October 2019 – From 5pm to 6pm
At The Grayston Unity, 1-3 Wesley Court, Halifax, HX1 1UH
Please note the venue capacity is 18 so it is best to arrive early
On Wednesday 31st July, North Halifax Partnership Staff Karen Scanlon, Dan Marham and CMBC Community Warden Lee Ackroyd joined The Countryside and Woodlands Team at Ogden Water for a wild Ogden day.
The event was opened by the Mayor of Calderdale, Cllr Dot Foster who welcomed everyone to a fun packed day where they would learn more about local wildlife. Activities included Minibeast hunts, making an insect hotel, plus indoor crafts making clay hedgehogs and fuzzy bees as well as educational talks on the importance of bees.
West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service attended and spoke to visitors about moorland fires along with Moors for the Future who were there in the Bogtastic Van which tours towns and cities to inspire visitors about the iconic moorlands that surround them.
For further information on Ogden Water and to find out what’s on visit www.ogdenwater.org.uk or contact email@example.com
The wire industry in Calderdale (from cradle to the grave) and Great uncle Percy – Inventor of the cat’s eye are just two of the illustrated talks taking place at Calderdale Industrial Museum over the coming weeks.
Paul Thompson will be giving a talk on the wire industry in Calderdale (from cradle to the grave) – Wednesday 15th May 2019 at 7.30pm
Glenda Shaw is back by popular demand to give a talk on The man, the business, the legend! Great uncle Percy – Inventor of Cats eyes – Wednesday 3rd July 2019 at 7.30pm.
CIMA members can go along for FREE and the cost for non members is just £3.
For further information visit www.calderdaleindustrial.co.uk or email firstname.lastname@example.org