Latest News from Hebden Royd Town Council
The Town Council is pleased to offer six free places on its 3 day 'How to safely build a sturdy stockproof fence course' with Brian Crossley, fencing expert from the National Trust. More info about the fence course.
The November 2023 fungi survey results have been officially released in High Hirst Woodmeadow's latest grassland fungi report, written by local National Trust grassland fungi expert, Steve Hindle. Exciting findings include the fact that the Woodmeadow now fulfils the criteria for SSSI (Site of Special Scientific Interest) status. More info about the High Hirst Woodmeadow SSSI
We are sorry to announce that we have taken the hard decision to cancel the below event and apologise for any disappointment this may cause. This is due to low ticket sales, in addition to other events falling in the same week. More info about the Mayor's Charity Fundraiser
HRTC works alongside and in partnership with Calderdale Council on specific projects, but we know that sometimes it's not always clear which organisation is responsible for which services. To help with this, we have developed an 'at a glance' visual aid showing which services sit with HRTC, and which sit with Calderdale Council. See the visual aid showing services.
A vacancy on the Council have arisen following the resignation of Councillor Magdalen Maguire who represented the White Lee ward. More info on the councillor vacancy
Hebden Royd Town Council is delighted to announce that Hebden Royd-based community organisations can now book a FREE Saving Money by Living Greener community conversation for their members. More info about the Living Greener talks.
At a meeting of Hebden Royd Town Council on the 8th November the Council agreed to support the Climate & Ecology Bill. This followed its consideration by the Town Councils Climate Emergency Committee. More info about the Climate & Ecology Bill.