Are you struggling to pay your Council Tax?

Calderdale Council

Help is at hand if you’re struggling to pay your Council Tax. Calderdale Council is holding a series of drop in events throughout the borough offering support and advice for people who need help paying their Council Tax.  

The sessions will include advice on the Hardship Fund and on the Council Tax Reduction Scheme as well as signposting people to other organisations who can help.  

Events are planned at the following venues: 

Wednesday 5 November – Brighouse Civic Hall – 11am – 3pm

Thursday 6 November – St Paul’s Methodist Church, Sowerby Bridge – 11am – 3pm

Monday 17 November – Queens Park Neighbourhood Centre, Halifax – 12noon- 4pm

Tuesday 18 November – Central Library, Halifax – 11am – 3pm

Tuesday 25 November – Threeways Centre, Ovenden – 11am – 3pm

Thursday 27 November – Hebden Bridge Town Hall – 11am – 3pm 

Calderdale Council’s Director of Communities and Business Change, Robin Tuddenham, said: 

“The Council is committed to helping residents in Calderdale pay their Council Tax. We want people to know that help is at hand and there is no need to struggle alone. 

“We are holding sessions right across the borough, to ensure as many people as possible have access to support and advice if needed.” 

One way people can manage their Council Tax is by paying by Direct Debit. Six out of every ten people in the borough already use Direct Debit to pay and it’s easy to see why. Direct Debit is free and guaranteed and is a much quicker and simpler way to pay for your Council Tax.  

You can now choose from any one of five payment dates and you can even pay your Council tax across all 12 months instead of 10. You can even set it up online at   

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