The Great Pumpkin Festival 2019 Date Announced - The Great Pumpkin Festival, brought to you by Hebden Royd Town Council, will be back in Hebden Bridge on Saturday 26th October from 11am - 5pm.
Reporting Antisocial Behaviour in Hebden Royd - Hebden Royd Town Council has engaged with Calderdale Council and West Yorkshire Police. For details of what may be anti-social behaviour and which agencies to contact, click here. (15 July 2019)
Kenneth Kaberry award - Over the summer the Mayor of Hebden Royd, Cllr Dr Carol Stow, is presenting awards to Hebden Royd primary schools in memory of Kenneth Kaberry, a former long-standing town clerk from 1936 to 1986, and avid reader. (10 July 2019)
KidsFest - Play, create, and get active at Hebden Royd Town Council's family-friendly annual Kidsfest, a FREE afternoon of face painting, crafts and circus skills!
Cllr. Dr C Stow elected for second year as Hebden Royd Mayor - On Wednesday 15th May at the Annual Meeting Hebden Royd Town Council elected Cllr Dr Carol Stow as the Mayor for a second year, accepting the nomination from Cllr Scott Patient.
Prohibition of nuclear weapons - Hebden Royd Town Council becomes the third UK Council to support the ICAN Cities Appeal and the Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (16 May 2019)
Brighten up your business this summer! The price of one beautiful hanging basket is £40 including installation and removal, watering and feeding throughout the summer, plus bracket installation (18 April 2019)
Hebden Royd Town Council Unveils Commemorative Plaque - Hebden Royd Town Council invites the community of Hebden Royd to the unveiling of a World War I commemorative plaques in each of the Memorial Gardens in our area, Hebden Bridge and Mytholmroyd. It is the final part of the Hebden Royd Town Council WW1 Centenary Commemorations. (16 April 2019)
Hebden Bridge Picture House Vacancy. Hebden Royd Town Council is seeking to recruit one committed, motivated person to join our Front of House Team at the Hebden Bridge Picture House, to work regular hours each weekend plus occasional overtime hours, covering other staff members’ hours on a casual basis for holiday and sickness absence and working a share of additional shifts e.g. matinees during school holidays, shifts needing additional ushers. (4 April 2019)
Hebden Royd Town Council Declare Climate Emergency - Hebden Royd Town Council passed a motion declaring a 'climate emergency' and supports Calderdale Council in assisting Governments to achieve their carbon emission savings. (26 March 2019)
Access for all at Hebden Bridge Train Station A working group of Hebden Royd Town Council and Hebden Bridge Disability Access Forum, received the very welcome news that the new lifts to both platforms at Hebden Bridge Railway Station are now completed and in service. Full access is now available on both platforms, and in both directions. (21 March 2019)
New Wildflower Site in Mytholmroyd: Hebden Royd Town Council are delighted to be adding a touch of colour to Mytholmroyd as a new project gets underway to plant a wildflower meadow at Hawksclough, a site which is currently infested with dock weed and ragwort. (13 March 2019)
Notice of Annual Town Meeting which will be held in Hebden Bridge Town Hall, Hebden Bridge on Wednesday, 6th March 2019 at 7.30pm in the evening. (28 Feb 2019)
Hebden Royd 2019 Big Spring Clean Schools, community groups, residents and businesses are all invited to participate in the annual Hebden Royd Big Spring Clean, which runs from Friday 22nd to Sunday 31st March. (8 Feb 2019)
Mayor's Ceilidh The Mayor of Hebden Royd Cllr Dr Carol Stow and Slow The Flow Calderdale are to hold a fundraising Ceilidh on Saturday 30th March at Mytholmroyd Community Centre. (23 Jan)
Paying a Living Wage: This week, Hebden Royd Town Council is celebrating our accreditation anniversary (a little belated, we had a busy December!), and our continued commitment to paying the real Living Wage for the real cost of living. (13 Jan)
Merry Christmas from Hebden Royd Town Counci On behalf of the Mayor of Hebden Royd, Cllr Dr Carol Stow, Councillors and staff at Hebden Royd Town Council, we wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Read about some of the work we've been proud to be involved in this year. (20 Dec 2018)
Hebden Bridge Picture House - Vacancy. Hebden Royd Town Council is seeking to recruit a proactive and experienced duty (shift) manager for the Hebden Bridge Picture House, to work on a 10.5 hour per week basis. (16 Nov 2018)
Grants available for community groups: Hebden Royd Town Council welcomes applications from community and voluntary groups, charities and non-profit making organisations, to apply for a financial grant from the Council’s community funding budget to support projects, activities and events (14 Nov 2018)
WW1 Centenary Commemorations: There But Not There Installation and Tommy's Portrait Exhibition at Hope Baptist Church (2 Nov 2018)
Hebden Royd Town Council Public Statement on Misogyny - Misogyny, in any form, is completely unacceptable. (29 Oct 2018)
Slow the Flow Fundraising Quiz Night The Mayor of Hebden Royd, Cllr Dr Carol Stow will be hosting a Slow The Flow Calderdale fundraising Quiz Night on Tuesday 20th November at The Trades Club, Hebden Bridge to raise money for their work in the Calder Valley. (23 Oct)
WW1 Centenary Commemorations - At Hebden Royd Town Council we are marking the centenary of the end of WW1 with commemorations throughout Hebden Royd, with a focus on remembrance, peace and reflection. (16 Oct)
The White Bird Project - Hebden Royd Town Council and Handmade Parade have teamed up to deliver this fantastic new project which will mark the centenary of the end of WW1 and be a visual celebration of PEACE by the people of our town. (16 Oct)
The Hebden Bridge Pumpkin Festival is back for its second year, bigger and better than before. Hebden Royd Town Council has teamed up with professional pumpkin carvers Sand In Your Eye to create a pumpkin extravaganza! (updated 21 Sept 2018)
Hebden Bridge Town Hall Rain Garden Planter Celebrations – a great party! Slow the Flow Calderdale would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who has been involved in designing, building, funding, or coming along to the launch event for the rain garden planters at Hebden Bridge Town Hall. (25 July 2018)
Hebden Bridge Disability Access Hebden Bridge Disability Access Forum has published a map of accessible routes around Hebden Bridge centre, showing wheelchair friendly pavements, accessible toilets, bus stops and parking spaces. (17 July)
We are here to support our community Hebden Royd Town Council has a sizable Community Funding budget which it hopes will benefit as wide a range of groups as possible. We can’t do everything but we can provide people with the tools and financial resources to deliver the projects they want to see where they live. (15 June 2018)
KidsFest: On Saturday 23rd June between 12pm and 3pm, Hebden Royd Town Council will be holding their annual 'Kidsfest' in the Waterfront Hall, Hebden Bridge Town Hall.
Service to the Community Awards: Sue and Geoff Mitchell were recently presented with the 2018 Service to the Community Award by Hebden Royd Town Council. Sue and Geoff have worked tirelessly for over ten years as part of the Mytholmroyd Station Partnership.
Accessible toilets in the Park Calderdale Council have been working on the public toilets in Calder Holmes Park, Hebden Bridge and have, from 4th May 2018, re-opened the general use (unisex) toilet, as well as the accessible toilet which is available to disabled people with a RADAR key.
Privacy statement Friday 25th May 2018, sees new data privacy laws take effect across the European Union.
Picture House vacancies: for two Ushers and a Duty Manager. Thursday, 24 May 2018
New Mayor for Hebden Royd Town Council. Cllr Dr Carol Stow has been elected the new Mayor at the Annual Meeting of Hebden Royd Town Council held in the Waterfront Hall, Hebden Bridge Town Hall on Wednesday 16th May.
Mayor's Charity Cheque The Retiring Mayor of Hebden Royd, Cllr Pat Fraser at the Annual Meeting of the Town Council on Wednesday 6th May invited her charity, Andy's Man Club to the stage and presented them with a cheque for £2075.20. Friday, 18 May 2018
Handmade Parade returns for its 11th annual parade: Hebden Royd Town Council is tremendously proud to be one of the sponsors of the Hebden Bridge Handmade Parade which is returning this year for its 11th annual parade through the streets of Hebden Bridge on Sunday 24th June.
Fairfield by-election result: Richard Needham (Lab) 465 votes, Jenny Shepherd (Gn) 127 votes and Chris Wadsworth (LD) 100 votes. Richard Needham is the new Hebden Royd councillor for the Fairfield ward. Friday, 4 May 2018
Tour de Yorkshire: Handmade Parade want helpers: Can you be of help this Tour de Yorkshire? Handmade Parade are looking for people who are going to watch the race to be flag bearers! (Monday, 30 April 2018)
Tour de Yorkshire: The Tour de Yorkshire is only 3 days away!! Click here to find out information about the stages or the event, road closures and any other info you might need. (Monday, 30 April 2018)
Big Spring Clean: A huge well done to Scout Road Academy for all their hard work and effort towards the Big Spring Clean project! (Tuesday, 24 April 2018)
Handmade Parade: As a sponsor of the Handmade Parade, Hebden Royd Town Council is always tremendously proud of all the hard work they do, the time and effort they put into their events, the amazing masterpieces that are created as outcomes through all this amazing work. So it’s no surprise they’re going all out again to create plenty of pieces, this time to get involved at the Tour de Yorkshire! (Monday, 23 April 2018 )
Annual Town Meeting: Residents are invited to attend the Annual Town Meeting for Hebden Royd Town Council, the meeting for electors, will be held on 18th APRIL 2018 at the Mytholmroyd Community Centre at 7:30 pm. (Monday, 16 April 2018 )