Latest News from Hebden Royd Town Council
In response to the ongoing energy crisis an appointment only Citizen Advice service, funded by Hebden Royd Town Council, will launch in Hebden Bridge on Wednesday 3 November in addition to the Thursday drop-in sessions at Mytholmroyd Community Centre. More about the new Citizen Advice service
“We are here to help” was the message to Hebden Royd residents from Citizens Advice. Many customers are facing a more than 50% increase in bills. Linked to the cut in Universal Credit, the end of the furlough scheme and the onset of winter, the Citizen's Advice say they are geared up to help. More info on Citizens Advice help during energy crisis.
Hebden Bridge Disability Access Forum celebrated its 5th birthday on 26 September and looks back over its successes over these past five years. More info about the Disability Access Forum 5th birthday
The 31st International Day of Older Persons took place on Friday 1 October and Calderdale Council asked organisations and community groups across the region to get involved on the day to show support for people aged 50 plus. More info on the International Day of Older Persons
Each year Hebden Royd Town Council select an individual or small group of people for the Young Persons Service to the Community Award. The award for 2020/21 was made to all the young people of Hebden Royd to reflect their strength and resilience during the Covid-19 pandemic. Read more about the Community Award
Station friends and guests were invited to unveil a blue plaque on 2 September, celebrating the restoration of the 1871 station building winning a Railway Heritage Trust conservation award in December 2019. Read more about the Mytholmroyd Station Award