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Eastwood Recycling Centre in Todmorden is expected to be closed until November 2014, as extensive repairs are needed following an incident which caused damage on Saturday 19 July.  This comes just seven months after reopening following major renovations to improve the facilities. A man has been charged with criminal damage and detailed investigations are underway… read more … about Update on Eastwood Recycling Centre, Todmorden>>

Damage at Eastwood

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It’s official – Calderdale Council provides top-quality support for children and young people with autism. The Council has achieved accreditation through the National Autistic Society, giving families peace of mind that young people are receiving a high standard of help to achieve their full potential.   The Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) team has been working towards… read more … about Supporting young people with autism>>

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The Combined Authority’s first meeting outside Leeds is taking place in Halifax this week, showing that Calderdale Council has a key role to play in West Yorkshire’s decision-making body.  Lead members of the Combined Authority – from Calderdale, Bradford, Kirklees, Leeds, Wakefield, York and the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) – will meet on Thursday 24… read more … about Key role for Calderdale in Combined Authority>>

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  Residents in Calderdale will soon benefit from a more tailored approach to social care across the borough, as the Calderdale Market Position Statement has been launched.   The Statement is a document that acts as an invitation for social care providers to improve the care options available in Calderdale. We know accessing social care… read more … about A more tailored approach to social care>>

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There are now two extra pairs of hands to help look after the countryside of Calderdale. Calderdale Council and Yorkshire Water are embarking on the second year of a joint project to help people get the most out of their visit to the borough’s countryside and reservoirs. To help with this project, two assistant countryside… read more … about Looking after Calderdale’s countryside>>

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Parents and children who use Calderdale Council’s Portage and Early Years Support Service have enjoyed a fun, family morning to celebrate National Portage Week. Portage is a home visiting educational service for pre-school children who need more time and support to learn basic skills during their early years. The children develop and learn through activities that… read more … about Celebrating Portage>>

Portage event

The first public meeting of Calderdale Council’s People’s Commission will take place at 1.30pm – 3.30pm on Tuesday 29 July 2014 at Halifax Town Hall. Calderdale’s Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is currently reviewing local health services and the People’s Commission will give local people an opportunity to debate what services are needed now and in… read more … about The People’s Commission is underway>>

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Three generations of a Calderdale family will put the finishing touches to the new exhibition at Bankfield Museum, Halifax, which marks the centenary of the First World War. The last few objects for the exhibition will be put on display by the son, grandson and great grandchildren of their owner, Arthur Smith from Halifax, who… read more … about Revealing untold stories of the First World War>>

Arthur Smith