Author Archives: Calderdale Council

The opening of the innovative Industry 4.0 facility in Brighouse is set to transform the engineering and manufacturing sector across West Yorkshire, one of the Brighouse Town Deal projects. At a launch event on Friday 14 June, representatives from 19 businesses from the region visited the brand-new i4.0 Hub based at Calderdale College’s Engineering Centre… read more … about Transforming the future of manufacturing with Calderdale’s first Industry 4.0 hub>>

Industry 4.0 launch

People will have another opportunity to comment on Calder Valley Skip Hire’s application to Calderdale Council for an Environmental Permit to run a small waste incinerator plant at Belmont Industrial Estate in Sowerby Bridge. Following the previous two public consultations, the Council has reviewed the significant amount of feedback received. In response, the Council is… read more … about Incinerator application continues, with more time to have your say>>

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Six artist residencies are to be launched at venues across the borough in celebration of Calderdale’s Year of Culture, it has been announced. As a key CultureDale(external link) project, local arts organisation, Everybody Arts is commissioning six artists to work in some of Calderdale’s most iconic locations, kicking off with Shibden Hall and Ogden Water… read more … about Everybody Arts announces artist residencies in iconic Calderdale locations>>

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Calderdale residents are now able to apply for a free permit which will be required to access Household Waste Recycling Centres (HWRCs) in the borough. This is to ensure the sites are only being used by those living in Calderdale. Calderdale Council manages five HWRC sites across the borough, in Halifax, Todmorden, Sowerby Bridge, Brighouse… read more … about Resident permits introduced at Calderdale Household Waste Recycling Centres>>

Household waste recycling site

Calderdale residents are being reminded about the upcoming deadline for those choosing to vote by proxy in the General Election. The General Election is being held on Thursday 4 July 2024. Anyone who is not able to attend a polling station on the date of the election and has not already registered for a postal… read more … about Voting in the General Election – applying for a proxy vote – deadline approaching!>>

Robin Tuddenham

Firefighters will be out across West Yorkshire today (June 14th) as part of a day of action aiming to prevent moorland fires. Fire service crews, along with members of Calderdale’s Community Safety Partnership, will be in Calderdale spreading the #BeMoorAware message, briefing key landowners on prohibitions and reporting of concerns, updating current signage and speaking… read more … about Day of action to prevent moorland fires>>

PSPO sign on Calderdale moorland

Over 250 people gathered at the annual ‘We are Calderdale’ event in Halifax to celebrate 50 years of the borough of Calderdale, the realisation of Vision 2024, the ambitions for 2024 and beyond, and Calderdale’s Year of Culture. On Thursday 13 June, the Council held one of its biggest events of the year at Dean… read more … about Special event celebrates 50 years of Calderdale>>

Annapurna dance performing at We Are Calderdale

A free new event is taking place on the last Friday of every month at Todmorden Markets. The Meet Market is a regular special evening event, held from 6-8pm in the heart of Todmorden at the outdoor market. Each of the themed, monthly events will feature live music, comedy, street food, drinks and gift stalls…. read more … about A chance to meet, eat and enjoy entertainment in Todmorden>>

Band performing at Todmorden Markets

Events are taking place across Calderdale this national Refugee Week(external link) (17-23 June 2024), with organisations coming together as part of the Year of Culture, to celebrate kindness and inclusion. Through a programme of arts, cultural, sports and educational events, Refugee Week celebrates the contributions, creativity and resilience of refugees and people seeking asylum. This… read more … about Celebrating kindness and inclusion this Refugee Week>>

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