Latest News from Hebden Royd Town Council
On Sunday 17th September, the Mayor of Hebden Royd, Cllr. Bernice Hayes and Consort Mr. Eddie Hayes welcomed people from the Hebden Royd Community in addition to Mayors and other guests of honour from neighbouring towns to celebrate the Mayor's Civic Service. More info and photos about the Civic Service
To assist with the design and future construction of the Hebden Bridge Flood Alleviation Scheme, contractor BAM Nuttall will shortly be carrying out some minor vegetation management work to a small number of short river wall sections to enable visual surveys of walls at several locations along Hebden Water and the River Calder. More info about the Flood Alleviation Scheme.
A vacancy on the Council has arisen following the resignation of Councillor Sue Fenton. More information the council vacancy.
Hebden Royd Town Council is excited to announce its first ever Eco-Fair! Running in conjunction with the popular Pumpkin Trail festival, the fair will take place 10-4, weekend 14-15 October, in the Waterfront Hall, Hebden Bridge Town Hall. More info about the Eco-Fair.
Know an organisation or community group supporting individuals impacted by the cost of living? The Cost of Living Committee is now looking towards a new round of applications and funding awards. More info about funding applications
As part of the continued preparation work for the Hebden Bridge Flood Alleviation Scheme (FAS), our contracting partner BAM Nuttall will shortly be commencing work to undertake a series of trial holes in the town during September, October and November. More info about the Trial hole work.
The Environment Agency's new Flood Information Centre situated on Valley Road, Hebden Bridge will be open from Monday 14th August. More info on the Flood Information Centre.
The area is looking increasingly vibrant, thanks to the beautiful hanging baskets in front of shops and on lamp posts throughout Hebden Bridge and Mytholmroyd. Ongoing watering and feeding should ensure the blooms stay radiant throughout the summer, and into October. More info on the Hanging Baskets.