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 )
Tell CROWS about footpath problems: CROWS (Community Rights of Way Service) needs people to tell them when there is a problem with a path (no matter how serious). (Thursday, 21 December 2017)
The Tour de Yorkshire 2018 cycling race is coming to our area. On the 4th and final day, it will start at the Piece Hall and travel through Luddendenfoot and Mytholmroyd before ascending the first of six climbs - "Cote de Hebden Bridge”, ascending Keighley Road en route to Oxenhope. (Friday, 8 December 2017)
Hebden Bridge Flood Marks: the Local History Society has commissioned a set of flood marker plaques commemorating the major floods of the past century. The one at the Picture House was unveiled yesterday. (Friday, 24 November 2017)
Vacancy for Councillorin Cragg Vale No poll has been claimed within the advertised period and as such this post can now be filled by the Town Council by co-option. (Thursday, 9 November 2017 )
Mytholmroyd Master Plan: Hebden Royd and Hilltop Parishes Neighbourhood Plan and planning consultants AECOM are working towards a Masterplan for Mytholmroyd for enhancing local connectivity, creating a stronger sense of place. (Wednesday, 25 October 2017)
Hebden Royd Town Council vacancies have arisen due to the resignation of Councillors Robin Dixon (Caldene ward) and Luke Daber (Cragg Vale ward)
(Added: Tuesday, 10 October 2017)
Hebden Bridge accessible public toilet to open in the evening Hebden Bridge Disability Access Forum (HBDAF) is working with Calderdale Council to re-open the accessible toilet on New Road, Hebden Bridge, in the evenings. (Added: Monday, 25 September 2017)
We are here to Support our Community Standing Together: 2017/18 again sees Hebden Royd Town Council with a sizable Community Funding budget which it hopes will benefit as wide a range of groups as possible. (Added: Friday, 7 July 2017)
Happy Hounds Classes: Hebden’s Happy Hounds returns on Saturday 22nd July, 11am – 3pm. Held in Calder Holmes Park, it promises to be a fantastic day for all the family.
Town Hall Birthday Party - The day of the start of the Arts Festival, 24th June 2017 is also the Town Hall's Birthday. The new building is 5 years old whilst the old building is 125 years old. As such Hebden Royd Town Council is organising birthday celebration for all of our fantastic children in the area.
A New Mayor For Hebden Royd: At the Annual Meeting of the Town Council Cllr Pat Fraser was elected to the post of Town Mayor. Accepting the nomination from fellow councillors Cllr Fraser thanked all the Town Councillors and Council Staff for their hard work and said that she would be looking forward to keeping them all in line during the next twelve months.
Service to the Community Awards: At the Annual Meeting of Hebden Royd Town Council two outstanding individuals were recognised for the support they had provided to their local community. Trevor Bannister and Zwyela Mitchell dos Santos were presented with their awards by Cllr Pat Fraser, the new Mayor of Hebden Royd.
(Added: Tuesday, 23 May 2017)
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 12th April 2017 at the Waterfront Hall in the Town Hall, Hebden Bridge at 7:30 pm.
Vacancy for Town Councillor: A vacancy on the Council has arisen following the resignation of Councillor Elizabeth King - White Lee ward (23 Feb)
Calderdale are looking for School Governors: Governing bodies rely on a variety of experiences and perspectives. No prior knowledge is required. Training and support is available for new and existing governors and is free of charge.
French Government honours D Day Veterans: The Town Councils of Hebden Royd and Todmorden jointly hosted the formal presentation, by the French Government, of Medals to two servicemen, in recognition of their part in the D Day Landings in Normandy in 1944 at Hebden Bridge Town Hall on Wednesday 18th January. (Added: Tuesday, 24 January 2017)
Hebden Bridge Disability Access Forum: Can you help to improve access to life in The Hebden Bridge Area? (Added: Wednesday, 11 January 2017)
Vacancies for councillors:Vacancies on the Council have arisen following the resignations of Councillor John Dunford and Councillor Nigel Yorke. Bye-Elections to fill the vacancies in West End and Fairfield Wards ward may be held. (Updated: Thursday, 1 December 2016)
The countdown to Christmas begins… Father Christmas is on its way! He will be joining the Mayor of Hebden Royd Cllr Anthony Hodgins and a host of special guests for two nights of festive fun as the Christmas Tree Lights are switched on in Hebden Bridge and Mytholmroyd. (Added: Thursday, 10 November 2016)
New Access Forum for Hebden Bridge: The newly created Hebden Bridge Disabled Access Forum is holding its second meeting on Monday 31st October at 1pm to 3pm in Hebden Bridge Town Hall. (Added: Tuesday, 25 October 2016)
Provision of New Civic Regalia: Hebden Royd Town Council is looking for a local jeweller/artisan to create a decorative Mayoral Badge, Consort Badge, Deputy Mayor Badge and Deputy Consort Badge all to act as ceremonial badges of office to be worn around the neck. (Added: Friday, 21 October 2016)
Available for immediate let: Unit 3 Picture House Buildings. Highly sought after location with good level of pedestrian footfall close to public transport. (Added: Tuesday, 11 October 2016 )
Unsolicited mail of an offensive nature: On the 21st September the Town Council received unsolicited mail of an offensive nature advising that residents chosen at random, living in Hebden Bridge, would be sent letters (Added: Thursday, 22 September 2016)
Hebden Royd Town Council support Andys Man Club: at the Full Council meeting on 31st August, Hebden Royd Town Council showed their support to the #Andysmanclub campaign by wearing the slogan t-shirts for the entirety of the meeting (Added: Thursday, 1 September 2016)
Calling local artists and photographers: Hebden Bridge Picture House is inviting you to create an eye-catching original image of our beloved cinema to adorn the cover of an upcoming book about the cinema's history. (Added: Wednesday, 10 August 2016)
Warstein flood benefit concert funds go to Junior Band: Warstein donates the money raised from the benefit concert with The Band of the Royal Logistics Corps to help the Hebden Bridge Junior Band recover from the damage caused by the floods. (Added: Thursday, 21 July 2016)
Changes to Waste and Recycling Collection from 1st August 2016
Hebden's Happy Hounds: The annual Hebden's Happy Hounds event will be back bigger and better than ever on Saturday 23rd July! (Added: Saturday, 9 July 2016)
Councillors Attend Alternative Christmas Volunteer Lunch: Hebden Royd Town Councillors rolled up their sleeves to support the big 'Thank you' to the volunteers who gave such vital help to businesses and residents who were flooded on December 26th 2015. (Added: Thursday, 28 June 2016)
Flood alleviation work in Mytholmroyd Hebden Royd Town Councillors representing Mytholmroyd met with members of the Environment Agency Team based in the village, and Anne Holdsworth from Calderdale Council. (Added: Thursday, 16 June 2016)
Vigil in solidarity with Orlando: As a mark of solidarity and respect the 15 June council meeting was adjourned at 8.55pm to mark that on Sunday, 12th June 2016 the people of Orlando, Florida were cowardly attacked and robbed of innocent lives. To show the LGBT community support and to join a walk of solidarity and a candlelit vigil in support of the families and friends of those who lost their lives.
Hebden 1916: On Saturday 25th June it is your opportunity to experience what life was like 100 years ago. Hebden 1916 is an event for children to learn about Hebden in WW1 looking at toys, photographs and clothes. There will be lots of opportunity to dress up, have pictures taken and rediscover stories from 1916. (Added: Wednesday, 8 June 2016)
Hebden Royd Alternative Christmas Lunch: The people of Hebden Bridge and Mytholmroyd would like to thank all the volunteers who came to help and support us after the devastating Boxing Day floods. (Added: Tuesday, 24 May 2016)
A New Mayor: Councillor Tony Hodgins takes the chain as the new Mayor of Hebden Royd with his partner Hazel Scriven as his Mayoress. (Added: Thursday, 19 May 2016)
Massive fly tipping in Cragg Vale over the weekend Residents and visitors to the beautiful moors above Cragg Vale were horrified to find a huge amount of household clearance items dumped roadside over the weekend. (Added: Thursday, 19 May 2016)
Annual Town Meeting: This is an opportunity for electors to raise issues which are significant to them, to be able to discuss these issues and vote on them without the need for politicians. (Added: Tuesday, 19 April 2016)
Hebden Royd and Hill Top Parishes' Neighbourhood Plan. Have your say about the next phase of development. (Added: Wednesday, 13 April 2016)
Don't forget to order your Hanging Baskets! This year it is more important than ever to help make Mytholmroyd and Hebden Bridge beautiful again. (Added: Thursday, 7 April 2016 )
We're Ready for the Big Spring Clean - The Big Spring Clean of 19-20 March aims to help make the area a cleaner, greener and nicer place to live. (Added: Thursday, 10 March 2016)
WW1 and Hebden Royd, 100 years on
(Added: Wednesday, 2 March 2016)
Job Vacancy: Head Technician at the Picture House. Permanent, 20 hours per week
(Added: Tuesday, 26 January 2016)
Floods: Additional funding opportunity from Hebden Royd Town Council
(Added: Sunday, 24 January 2016)
Floods: A response from James Fearon, Mayor of Hebden Royd Town Council
(Tuesday, 19 January 2016)
Floods support available for businesses and residents: Following the terrible flooding in the area, Hebden Royd Town Council is committed to supporting the community where possible, and there are grant funds available for projects within the Hebden Royd area. (Monday, 18 January 2016)
Boxing Day Floods: Read the messages of sympathy from our twin towns of Warstein and St. Pol (Updated Wednesday, 6 January 2016)
Calderdale Local Plan Potential Housing Site Allocations: Have your say! (Added Tuesday, 1 December 2015)
Quiz and Curry Evening - The Mayor of Hebden Royd, along with the Calder Ward Labour Party, will be holding a Quiz and Curry Evening at Hebden Bridge Trades Club on Thursday, 3rd December from 8.30pm.
Hebden Royd wins Living Wage Employer Award - The Mayor of Hebden Royd Town Council, Cllr James Fearon, received a Living Wage Employer Award from the Living Wage Foundation on behalf of the Town Council. (Added Thursday, 12 November 2015)
Hebden Bridge Christmas Lights Switch On - on 20 November
Highway Maintenance Work: Market Street, Bridge Lanes and Heptonstall Road - Work will commence on Monday 26 October 2015 for a duration of approximately 3 weeks. Works will be undertaken Monday to Friday inclusive and between the hours of 10pm and 4am.
Mayor's charity will be the St Augustine Centre in Halifax: "History teaches us one thing, which is that people who adapt to their new country always add to their adopted country. I am privileged to support the vital work of the workers and volunteers of St Augustine Centre in Halifax. They are beacons of hope for us all." (Added Friday, 9 October 2015)
New Mayor for Hebden Royd Town Council: At a meeting of the Town Council on 16 Sept, Cllr Karl Boggis stood down as Mayor of Hebden Royd Town Council to allow him more time to spend with his young family. His deputy Cllr James Fearon was duly elected as Mayor of Hebden Royd for the remainder of the council year. (Added Friday, 25 September 2015)
Community Funding grants: Hebden Royd Town Council is again keen to hear from any local community organisations who need financial support to deliver projects which will improve the economic, social and environmental well-being of people who live and work in the local area. (Added Friday, 18 September 2015)
Vacancy for White Lee Ward Filled Following questioning and a vote, former Councillor Tony Hodgins was returned to the council. (Added Wednesday, 12 August 2015 )
Vacancy for Councillor, White Lee Ward. A vacancy on the Council by co-option has arisen following the disqualification of Councillor Nicola May for not accepting the post in the prescribed manner. (Added Thursday, 16 July 2015)
Hebden's Happy Hounds - Monday 3rd August, 12-3pm, Car Holmes Park
New Mayor for Town Council: The Annual Meeting of Hebden Royd Town Council took place at the Church of the Good Shepherd in Mytholmroyd. Cllr Karl Boggis was elected as the new Mayor of Hebden Royd, and Cllr James Fearon was elected as Deputy Mayor. Cllr Boggis announced his consort for the year would be his fiancee Felicity Dargen-Bell and Cllr Fearon announced his consort would be his son, Ennis Fearon. (Friday, 22 May 2015)
Town Council supports Festival 'Make-a-Place' event: Hebden Royd Town Council is supporting the Hebden Bridge Arts Festival by putting on a free 'Make-a-Place' event for families on Saturday 27th June. (Wednesday, 20 May 2015)
Town Council Election results. After four busy years at the Town Council May 7th saw Full Town and Parish Council elections as well as the national elections for Parliament.
Former Fire Station land: submission to Planning Inspectorate. The Town Council has made the submission below to the Planning Inspectorate, making the case that the refusal of planning permission was the correct decision. (Friday, 24 April 2015)
Annual Town Meeting: the Annual Town Meeting for Hebden Royd Town Council, the meeting for electors, will be held on 29th April 2015 at Waterfront Hall in the Town Hall, Hebden Bridge at 7:30 pm.
CROWS repairs steps on Mytholm Steeps: On behalf of Hebden Royd Town Council, local volunteer group CROWS (Community Rights of Way Service) last week repaired some steps on Mytholm Steeps, Hebden Bridge after it was identified that they were in a poor state of repair. (Tuesday, 24 March 2015 )
Expressions of Interest – Room/Building Hire: Hebden Royd Town Council is assessing whether there is a demand for additional community space in Mytholmroyd, as it has been offered the use of the building previously occupied by the Calder Valley Club, on Burnley Road, Mytholmroyd. (Tuesday, 17 March 2015 )
Town Council Elections: After four busy years at the Town Council May 7th sees Full Town and Parish Council elections as well as the national elections for parliament. (Friday, 6 March 2015)
Hebden Royd Mayor and local Head Teachers discuss road safety - Parents in Cragg Vale, Hebden Bridge and Mytholmroyd are concerned about a range of road safety issues including traffic, parking and signage, which are increasing the risk to their children. (Monday, 26 January 2015)
Hebden Royd Town Council write to St Pol Sur Ternoise re: Charlie Hebdo, expressing the Council's outrage at the incidents of the 7th January in Paris and offering their support at this disturbing time. (Monday, 12 January 2015)
Hope Baptist Church Carol Service: Hope Baptist Church in Hebden Bridge held a well-attended carol ceremony on 21 December 2014, with Mayor of Hebden Royd, Cllr Jonathan Timbers and family present. (Monday, 5 January 2015)
Hebden Bridge Teenage Cancer Appeal Mayor of Hebden Royd, Cllr Jonathan Timbers presented a cheque for £4,000 to the Teenage Cancer Unit, Weston Park Hospital, Sheffield on behalf of a local charity run by Jean and Stan Coleman, and their grand-daughter, Claire Cowens. (Monday, 5 January 2015)
International Day of People with Disabilities - HRTC is marking the International Day of People with Disabilities by developing a local access group with the Hebden Bridge Partnership. (Tuesday, 2 December 2014)
Still the Enemy Within: The Mayor of Hebden Royd led a Q and A session at Hebden Bridge Picture House 'Still the Enemy Within', an account of the year long strike Miners' Strike. (Wednesday, 19 November 2014)
WW1 centenary: Sand in your Eye project: The sculpture itself was commissioned by HRTC, whilst the film was commissioned by HRTC and kindly sponsored by Bankfield Museum. (Sunday, 16 November 2014)
Hebden Bridge and Mytholmroyd Christmas Lights switch on. On November 20th and 21st Santa will be joined by the Mayor of Hebden Royd, Cllr Jonathan Timbers, and the Mytholmroyd Gala Queen, Elsa Wilson, to push the button which will send the towns in to proper Christmas cheer. (Monday, 10 November 2014)Vacancy: Neighbourhood Manager - Hebden Royd Town Council is looking to recruit a proactive individual to continue to manage and develop the Town Council projects. (Thursday, 2 October 2014)
Picture House Heritage Open Day - Special Event. The cinema opens its doors to the public on Heritage Open Day to give you the opportunity to explore the 1920s auditorium and other parts. (Friday, 5 September 2014)
Warstein, twinning and European co-operation: Hebden Royd's Mayor, Cllr Jonathan Timbers, won praise for a speech he made at a twinning event in Warstein, Germany, from the President of the Bundestag, Dr Norbert Lammert (Friday, 5 September 2014)
Twin Town Liberation Celebrations: Wreaths will be laid, and an artwork received, to mark the occasion 70 years ago when British troops, including at least one man from Hebden Bridge, pushed the Nazis out of St Pol. (Tuesday, 2 September 2014)
Application to designate a Neighbourhood Development Plan Area - Hebden Royd Town Council, together with the Parish Councils of Blackshaw, Erringden, Heptonstall and Wadsworth have submitted an application to develop a Neighbourhood Plan. A consultation period will start 22 August.
This year sees the 100 year commemoration of the First World War. To mark this significant occasion, Hebden Royd Town Council, in partnership with Pennine Horizons and Hebden Bridge Local History Society and Pennine Horizons have organised a programme of events to remember those who served and those who were left behind, and the impact of the War on our local community. (Wednesday, 30 July 2014)
Progress with the 2014 Hebden Royd River Stewardship programme: The Town Council continues to support local organisations taking responsibility for their own environments. Hebden Royd has awarded £3750.00 to Calder Future to further develop their River Stewardship Scheme. (Thursday, 24 July 2014)
Fundraising Gig at the Trades Club for the Mayor's Nominated Charity - St Augustine's Centre on 18 July.
Cragg Vale is gearing up for Le Tour: On Saturday 28th June, the Mayor of Hebden Royd, Cllr Timbers joined the residents of Cragg Vale, as the excitement took hold in anticipation of the long awaited Grand Depart which will pass through the village this Sunda. (Tuesday, 1 July 2014)
Tour de France: Information regarding arrangements for the Tour de France (Tuesday, 3 June 2014)
A New Mayor for Hebden Royd: The Annual Meeting of Hebden Royd Town Council was held at the Hope Baptist Church in Hebden Bridge. The meeting saw Mayor Elect, Cllr Jonathan Timber take the chain for the Mayoral year of 2014-15. (Thursday, 15 May 2014)
Vacancy for Councillors: No poll has been claimed within the advertised period and as such these posts will now be filled by the Town Council by co-option. (Thursday, 15 May 2014)
Hebden Bridge Picture House Job Vacancy: Hebden Royd Town Council is seeking to recruit a proactive and experienced marketing officer for the Hebden Bridge Picture House, to work 9 hours per week. (Wednesday, 14 May 2014)
Annual Town Meeting: for Hebden Royd Town Council, the meeting for electors, will be held on 7th May 2014 at Waterfront Hall in the Town Hall, Hebden Bridge at 7:30 pm. (Thursday, 10 April 2014)
Vacancy for Councillors: Vacancies on the Council have arisen following the resignation of Councillor Nader Fekri, Councillor James Baker and John Beacroft Mitchell. (Friday, 4 April 2014)
We're Ready for the Big Spring Clean: The annual Hebden Royd Big Spring Clean will take place on the 29th and 30th March, and will see community groups from across Hebden Royd rolling up their sleeves and getting stuck in to the Big Spring Clean. (Tuesday, 4 March 2014)
Mayors 70s Disco: celebrating the 40th anniversary of Hebden Royd Town Council on Saturday, 15 February.
Hebden Royd Town Council is an Accredited Living Wage Employer: Hebden Royd Town Council has become one of the first organisations in the region to become an accredited Living Wage Employer. (14 January 2014)
Happy Christmas from Hebden Royd Town Council (20 December 2013)
Autumn Newsletter: Mayor's Fund, coundown to Christmas, grants awarded and more. (19 November)
People's Millions: Elsecar Heritage Railway, who went head to head on the ITV Calendar "Peoples Millions" programme with the Friends of Calder Holmes Park, are competing again. (18 November 2013)
Hebden Bridge Picture House Vacancy. Hebden Royd Town Council is seeking to recruit a proactive and experienced projectionist /technician to provide flexible support for the Hebden Bridge Picture House working on a casual basis. Read more (29 October 2013)
New councillors: At the meeting of the full council of Hebden Royd Town Council on Wednesday the 23rd October 2013 the council took the decision to co-opt two local people on to the council. Read more (27 October 2013)
Hebden Bridge Picture House Live Broadcast. The Picture House is getting ready for its first full season of Live Broadcasts starting with the National Theatre Live's 2011 broadcast of Frankenstein. Read more (23 October 2013)
Free Micro Chipping for Hebden’s Happy Hound: Hebden’s Happy Hounds will be back for a second year on Thursday 22nd August, a fun afternoon for you and your dog at Calder Holmes Park, Hebden Bridge. This event is all about promoting responsible dog ownership and is being held in response to the growing concern surrounding dog fouling and irresponsible owners. Read more (10 August 2013)
Newsletter - Summer 2013. New Mayor sworn in, Community Awards, live theatre at the Picture House and details of grants awarded to community groups.
Community Service Awards: Two individuals have been awarded for their outstanding contribution to the community. The Service to the Community Awards were given to Rob Holden and Zoe Glover for their work over the past 12 months. Read more (Monday, 3 June 2013)
A New Mayor: Councillor Karl Boggis takes the chain as the new Mayor of Hebden Royd with his partner Felicity as his consort. Councillor Nigel Yorke will be his deputy and his consort will be his wife Rebecca. Read more (Monday, 3 June 2013)
Agricultural Wages Board: Hebden Royd Town Council has recently written to local MP, Mr Craig Whittaker outlining its dismay at his decision to support the abolition of the Agricultural Wages Board. Read more (Tuesday, 21 May 2013)
Calder Holmes Park Action Day: Calderdale Council Officers will be holding an education action day between 8.30 & 4pm on Thursday 23rd May. They will be providing information about recycling, the new dog control orders and the benefits to all of a clean and safe park. Read more (Tuesday, 21 May 2013)
Don’t forget to order your Hanging Baskets! Each year over 300 baskets and planters are put up across Hebden Bridge and Mytholmroyd. With a drop of sunshine, by summer the baskets are overflowing with colour and making our streets look ‘blooming’ great! Read more (Tuesday, 7 May 2013)
Annual Town Meeting - This year the Annual Town Meeting for Hebden Royd Town Council, the meeting for electors, will be held on 8th May 2013 at Waterfront Hall in the Town Hall, Hebden Bridge at 7:30 pm. Read more
The Mayor's Spring Supper on Saturday 20th April will be held at Mytholmroyd Community Centre and will be a fantastic evening with entertainment from local band the Owter Zeds and a pie and peas supper. Tickets are £12 and are available from the Town Hall. Read more
Newsletter - Spring 2013. Allotments, Mayor's Charity Raffle and Spring Supper, grants awarded, the Big Spring Clean and more.
New Year brings with it new things at the Hebden Bridge Picture House: Starting this January, Parent and Baby screenings will be part of the Picture House programme. The screenings will take place once a month, on a Tuesday morning and will be exclusively for parents and their babies. (Wednesday, 16 January 2013)
Hebden Royd wants applications for its community grants: Hebden Royd Town Council wants to hear from community groups in need of grant funding for projects as they come to the final round of their funding for 2012/13. The Council currently has £75,000 in its annual budget which it hopes will benefit as wide a range of groups as possible. Read more (Wednesday, 9 January 2013)
Festive Cheer at the Picture House: The Picture House welcomed two new members of staff last night (Friday 21st Dec) as the 22 regular members of staff took the night off to enjoy a well earned Christmas Knees Up. (Saturday, 22 December 2012)
Newsletter - December 2012. Valley of Lights, bulb planting, new councilors, winter safety and more.
Picture This: the Friends give the Picture House a wash and brush up: Friends of Hebden Bridge Picture House turned out in force for a mass clean up of the community owned Hebden Bridge Picture House. (Wednesday, 28 November 2012)
Hebden Royd Town Council By-election results (Friday, 16 November 2012)
Shining Bright in Mytholmord and Hebden Bridge: Father Christmas will be joining the Mayor of Hebden Royd for the Christmas Tree Lights Switch On events in Hebden Bridge and Mytholmroyd to kick of the festive season in style. (Thursday, 8 November 2012)
Twinning Friends Visit Once More: Hebden Bridge & District International Group and Hebden Royd Town Council played host to 50 visitors from Saint Pol sur Ternoise (Thursday, 8 November 2012)
Winter Maintenance for Highways from Calderdale Council: As winter approaches take a look at the information provided by Calderdale Council regarding highway maintenance over the winter season. (Thursday, 8 November 2012)
Marie Curie Planting Day: On Friday 26th October, Hebden Royd Town Council will be holding a Bulb Planting day to raise money for Marie Curie Cancer Care.
Flooding Be prepared: a series of public meetings to discuss the impact the floods had in the Upper Calder Valley and what is being done and what is being planned as a result. (Friday, 12 October 2012)
Vacancy For Councillors: White Lee Ward West End Ward: Vacancies on the Council have arisen following the resignation of Councillor James Allison & Councillor Wesley Downs. Read more (Thursday, 6 September 2012)
Vacancy: Hebden Bridge Picture House Manager: Hebden Royd Town Council is seeking to recruit a proactive and experienced manager to develop the Hebden Bridge Picture House following its transfer to the Town Council. Read more (Friday, 31 August 2012)
Annual Report: For the year 2011-2012. With Cllr Trickett serving as Mayor, there were many exciting projects over the year. The highlight was the asset transfer of the Hebden Bridge Picture House to the Town Council. View report (Aug 2012)
Poems Against Poo! Talented youngsters from across Hebden Royd have been putting pen to paper to try and get the message out to residents to pick up after their dogs. (25 July 2012)
Kidsfest will take place from 12noon until 4pm on Saturday 7th July, 2012 at St Michaels Enterprise Centre in Mytholmroyd. It will be an afternoon full of fun and crafts for children aged 3-10. The event is free. Read more
Environment Agency holds Calderdale flood drop-ins: Staff from the Environment Agency will be working with the National Flood Forum, talking to residents in Calderdale this week who were affected by the recent flooding. Read more (Wednesday, 4 July 2012)
Town Council gives 10K to Flood fund: At a meeting of the Town Council last night (Wednesday 27th June) the Town Council agreed to initially provide £10,000.00 for the emergency fund established by the Community Foundation For Calderdale (CFFC).
Calling All Community Groups in Hebden Royd: Hebden Royd Town Council wants to hear from community groups in need of grant funding for projects. (Monday, 18 June 2012)
New Arrivals at The Picture House! Hebden Royd Town Council is pleased to announce the arrival of the new manager of the Picture House. And from Friday 6th July, the much coverted digital projection system will be installed which will mean a greater range of films to screen each month (Friday, 15 June 2012)
A New Mayor for Hebden Royd - Wednesday, 23 May 2012
Hebden's Favorite Film - Brief Encounter to be screened at Hebden Bridge Picture House on Thursday, 17th May 2012.
Mayor's Charity Raffle - click here to see winning ticket numbers (14 May 2012)
Fanny and Elvis Gala Screening: A packed sold out auditorium celebrated the transfer to the Town Council of the Picture House. Complete with a guest appearance from the Director, Kay Mellor, Fanny & Elvis re-lived memories of filming from the late 1990's for many of those in attendance. See report and photos (25 April)
See photos from our Hebden Happy Hounds event held last week (17 April)
Mayor's Civic Dinner and Mayor's Charity Lottery (4 April 2012)
Job Vacancy: Hebden Bridge Picture House manager (Monday, 2 April 2012)
Hebden Bridge Favourite Films: The people have spoken!The three favourite films, as voted for by the Picture House customers (26 March 2012)
Hebden Happy Hounds: On Thursday 12th April Calder Holmes Park Hebden Royd and the RSPCA will be promoting responsible dog ownership, signing up to a responsible owner's pledge and announcing the winner of our Pooetry competition.
Calder Valley Club Gets Cash Boost in Latest Round of Funding from Hebden Royd Town Council (Saturday, 3 March 2012)
Vote for your Favourite Film - shortlist (Tuesday, 21 February 2012)
Picture House website (Thursday, 2 February 2012)
Vote for your Favourite Film (Tuesday, 31 January 2012)
Hebden Royd Budget 2012-2013 (Friday, 13 January 2012)
Carlton Clock - The Carlton Buildings are one of the most architecturally important buildings in Hebden Bridge and has finally been repaired thanks to Hebden Royd Town Council. Read More (Monday, 9 January 2012)
Christine Jackson retires - After almost 23 years of dedicated service, Hebden Royd Town Council will be saying farewell one of their greatest assets, as Christine Jackson takes her well deserved retirement. (7 December 2011)
Formal Submission of Asset Transfer of Picture House - Today, 1st December 2012, Hebden Royd Town Council formally submitted its application to Calderdale MBC for the Transfer of the Hebden Bridge Picture House into their ownership. Read More
Switch on the Christmas Lights - The Mayor Cllr Scott Trickett, Amy, Marcus, Emily, Natalie and special guest Father Christmas welcome you to the Christmas Tree Light Switch On. Read More (11 November 2011)
Hebden Bridge Picture House - Have your say! Hebden Royd Town Council now needs to demonstrate public support for its application to take over the Picture House. Read more (7 October 2011) Update - Wednesday, 19 October 2011
Town Council Opposes Closure of Station Ticket Office and has written to Transport Secretary Philip Hammond to voice its opposition. Read more (19 Sept 2011)
Hebden Royd to manage Picture House - This dramatic move, expected early next year, follows a decision taken by Calderdale's Cabinet in March to agree in principle to transfer control of the cinema. Read more. (29 June 2011)
KidsFest - on 25th June: Get Curiouser and Curiouser about Arts and Crafts
when you join us in the strange world of Wonderland
Mayor Making and Annual Town Council at Hope Baptist Church, 7.30pm, Wednesday, 18th 2011.
Annual Town Meeting - will be held at Mytholmroyd Community Centre on Wednesday, 11th May 2011 at 7.30pm.