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Latest News from Hebden Royd Town Council

Town Council hosts careers fair for young residents

Hebden Royd Town Council are hosting a Careers Expo in association with C+K Careers, Jobcentre Plus and local providers of training and education. The event will take place on Wednesday 1 December 2-6pm at Mytholmroyd Community Centre. More info about the Careers Fair

Town Council invests in action against climate change

Hebden Royd Town Council (HRTC) has appointed a Climate Emergency and Biodiversity Coordinator as a major step in its ongoing commitment to tackle environmental issues. More info about council investment in climate change

Town Council confirm appointment of new manager for Hebden Bridge Picture House

After 9 years of managing Hebden Bridge Picture House, Rebekah Fozard will be leaving her role as Manager this November. Her successor, Pete Berrisford, arrives at Hebden Bridge Picture House as an experienced Cinema Manager from Cumbria. More info on the Picture House Manager

New Hebden Royd Youth Hub to offer job support for young people

The Jobcentre Plus Youth Hub Work Coach will help young jobseekers access local training and job opportunities, as well as a range of services to address wellbeing needs. This tailored support will help to reach even more young jobseekers in the Hebden Royd community, who are facing employment challenges due to the pandemic. Read more about the Jobcentre Plus Youth Hub

Energy Crisis Prompts Additional Citizen Advice Service in Hebden Bridge

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

Help for Hebden Royd residents with Energy Crisis

“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.

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