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Latest News from Hebden Royd Town Council

The Annual Town Meeting of the Parish of Hebden Royd

Notice is hereby given that the Annual Town Meeting for the Township of Hebden Royd will be held in the COUNCIL CHAMBER, HEBDEN BRIDGE TOWN HALL on WEDNESDAY the 25th day of MAY 2022 at 7.30pm. More info about the Annual Town Meeting

Grants awarded to Hebden Royd community to mark Her Majesty the Queen's Platinum Jubilee

To help Hebden Royd residents celebrate Her Majesty the Queen's 70th year of reign, Hebden Royd Town Council (HRTC) have awarded grants to community groups and individuals in the community to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee over the four-day extended Bank Holiday weekend, between 2 – 5 June 2022. More info about the Queen's Platinum Jubilee grants

Climate Action Plan refreshed for 2022/23

Hebden Royd Town Council's Climate Emergency Committee has adopted an updated Climate Emergency & Biodiversity Action Plan for the year ahead with more short term actions to deliver against the long term goals and has been renamed to underline the importance of tackling biodioversity loss. More info about the Climate Emergency Action Plan.

Hebden's Happy Hounds 10 class dog show list announced!

Hebden's Happy Hounds returns to Calder Holmes Park on May 14 2022. Created by Hebden Royd Town Council, the event is about promoting responsible dog ownership, encouraging good behaviour in our shared spaces and highlighting the incredible ways that dogs can be part of our society. Read more about the Happy Hounds event

Discover Hebden Bridge's new nature site

High Hirst Woodmeadow - the new biodiversity project developed by Hebden Royd Town Council during 2021 - has its first official event on May 7th. A free guided walk around the site will explain more about the project and its important ecology. More info on High Hirst Woodmeadow

Land Marks Exhibition

Hebden Bridge Arts Festival invites everyone to their Land Marks exhibition at Gibson Mill from 22-24th April. More info about the Arts Festival's Land Mark Exhibition

Hebden Royd Town Council Passes Motion in Support of Ukraine

At the Full Council Meeting on 16 March Hebden Royd Town Council passed a motion to condemn the Russian actions in invading Ukraine and to pledge their support to refugees of the conflict. More info about the motion in support of Ukraine.

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