Latest News from Hebden Royd Town Council
Hebden Royd Town Council (HRTC) is excited to announce a vibrant line-up of free community events, celebrating National Meadows Day, on Saturday, July 1, 2023. Set amidst the breath-taking beauty of the ancient grassland, High Hirst Woodmeadow, the programme features a range of activities catering to diverse interests and age groups. More info about the High Hirst Woodmeadow free community events.
Hebden Royd Town Council is pleased to announce the completion of a level access footpath at local biodiversity hotspot, High Hirst Woodmeadow, Hebden Bridge. The new path dramatically improves access to the wildlife site for users with mobility challenges. More information the local Nature and Biodiversity Hotspot
On Wednesday 17th May, the Annual Meeting of Hebden Royd Town Council was held at Hebden Bridge Town Hall. The meeting saw Cllr Bernice Hayes take the chain for the Mayoral year of 2023/24, the Deputy Mayor will be Cllr Pat Fraser. More info about the new Mayor
Meetings will continue to meet in the Town Hall on the third Monday afternoon of each month from 15 May. More info on Disability Access Forum meetings.
Climate Emergency Committee noted the findings of the report as serious, and resolved to lobby the Calderdale Flood Board, asking it to take this research and turn it into a programme of properly funded restoration work that can be successfully implemented before 2030. More info about restoration efforts for local peatlands.
Hebden Royd residents are benefiting from free attic insulation and other energy-saving measures thanks to a project delivered by Calderdale Council in partnership with Better Homes Yorkshire. More info about the the insulation sceme
Town Council budget tackles the Climate Emergency, the cost of living crisis and supports the Hebden Bridge Picture House. More info about the Council Tax 2023-2024
Details have been announced by Hebden Royd Town Council of a grant scheme available to help local organisations support the most vulnerable from hunger and to host 'warm spaces'. More info on the council's cost of living support.