Ward Forum Grants – Still Time to Apply!

There is still time to apply for the latest round of Ward Forum Grants!

If you have a new or existing project that is ongoing and require additional funds; be sure to get your application to us with grants of up to £500 available to community groups and projects in the following wards of North Halifax:

  • Northowram & Shelf
  • Park & Warley
  • Illingworth & Mixenden
  • Ovenden

Email Tony King at Tony.King@calderdale.gov.uk or call 0300 555 0266 if you require any help.

Ward Forum Grants – Still Time to Apply!

There is still time to apply for the latest round of Ward Forum Grants!

If you have a new or existing project that is ongoing and require additional funds; be sure to get your application to us with grants of up to £500 available to community groups and projects in the following wards of North Halifax:

  • Northowram & Shelf
  • Park & Warley
  • Illingworth & Mixenden
  • Ovenden

Email Tony King at Tony.King@calderdale.gov.uk or call 0300 555 0266 if you require any help.

Ward Forum Grants – Apply for up to £500 by 30th November

The latest round for Ward Forum Grants is open to applications!

If you have a new or existing project that is ongoing and require additional funds; be sure to get your application to us with grants of up to £500 available to community groups and projects in the following wards of North Halifax:

  • Northowram & Shelf
  • Park & Warley
  • Illingworth & Mixenden
  • Ovenden

The closing date for applications is now Thursday 30 November 2017.

Click here for further information and to apply for a grant online or email Tony King at Tony.King@calderdale.gov.uk if you require any help.

Have Your Say! Warley Ward Forum – 6 September 2017

Come along to the Warley Ward Forum and have your say on what matters to you in the area.

Wednesday 6 September from 6.30pm
Meeting starts at 7pm

Venue: Highgate Methodist Church, Stretchgate Lane, Pellon, Halifax, HX2 0EU

Up for discussion:

  • Ward Forum Grants Review
  • Local Development Plan
  • Community updates
  • Police updates

Click here for the full agenda…

Luddenden Village Open Gardens Saturday 1 July

This bi-annual event will open up 15 various village gardens and will suit all tastes. They range from small cottage gardens to larger ones with wonderful views of the Luddenden Valley. Many gardens will be providing refreshments to raise funds for local charities and some will have plants for sale.  Two free vehicles will be running during the day which will take people and drop them off at various points in a the village. Visitors to the event are asked to use the car park at the village entrance on the day.

Due to the terrain of Luddenden and the type of gardens there is no wheel chair access, people with disabilities may also find access difficult and sensible footwear is advisable.

£5 in advance by ringing Rodney on 01422 885141. On the day £6 at the car park.

The Village Car Park, Luddenden Lane, Luddenden, West Yorkshire HX2 6NN

Ward Forum Grants deadline extended – Apply for upto £500

The latest round for Ward Forum Grants is open to applications and the deadline has now been extended until Monday 31 July 2017!

If you have a new or existing project that is ongoing and require additional funds; be sure to get your application to us with grants of up to £500 available to community groups and projects in the following wards of North Halifax:

  • Northowram & Shelf
  • Park & Warley
  • Illingworth & Mixenden
  • Ovenden

The closing date for applications is Monday 31 July 2017.

Click here for further information and to apply for a grant online or email Tony King at Tony.King@calderdale.gov.uk if you require any help.

Partners clean up Mount Pellon Community

On Thursday 23 March, partners from Calderdale Councils Safer Cleaner Greener team, Community Wardens, West Yorkshire Fire Service and staff from the North & East Halifax Neighbourhoods team got together for a community Spring Clean around the streets of Mount Pellon.

Students from Leeds and Wakefield colleges studying public services also got involved with the clean up and accompanied West Yorkshire Fire Service as part of their work experience.

Arson information leaflets were handed out in the area to make residents aware of the risks of arson when bulky waste is left in close proximity to their properties as well as information on how any bulky waste can be removed.

In total, 15 large bin bags of litter were accumulated from the roads and streets in the area.