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Young people in Calderdale can find out more about the options available after GCSEs at the popular Get Organised event. On Tuesday 11 October at the Shay Stadium in Halifax, Calderdale Council will host the annual event aimed at those leaving Year 11 and their families. The event will bring together representatives from sixth forms,… read more … about  Helping young people to Get Organised>>

Cllr Adam Wilkinson

Homeowners in Calderdale are urged to apply for funding to make free energy upgrades to their homes. With upcoming energy price rises, residents are encouraged to act before this limited time funding runs out and before the temperature drops in Winter. Residents can get attic room insulation, underfloor insulation, loft, and cavity wall insulation –… read more … about Calderdale Residents Tackling Rising Energy Bills Through Council Scheme>>

Man outside home which has benefitted from insultation

Calderdale Council and NovoSports are proud to announce details of the pre-Rugby League World Cup blockbuster between France and Tonga at the Shay Stadium on Saturday 8 October 2022. Mate Ma’a Tonga are among the favourites for the tournament being held in England during October and November while France hosted the first World Cup in… read more … about Kick-off time and ticket details announced for France-Tonga blockbuster>>

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Calderdale Council has welcomed a report about the provision of care in the borough, and is responding to the concerns raised. The Equal Care Co-op and Open Data Services have published the ‘Buying Our Care: Experiences, Grievances and Hurdles’ report, which investigates service quality in the care system and the experience of people getting support… read more … about Council responds to report on care>>

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A pioneering housing and regeneration partnership scheme in Halifax has won a prestigious regional award. The Beech Hill housing project just outside Halifax town centre was named Residential Development of the Year (in the ‘more than 100 homes’ category) at the Insider Yorkshire Property Industry Awards 2022 on Thursday 22 September. Calderdale Council’s flagship Northgate… read more … about Top award for Beech Hill transformation>>

Team involved in Beech Hill project on stage with award

Organisations across Calderdale have come together to help understand the best ways they can support residents throughout the cost-of-living crisis. Calderdale Council, as part of the borough’s Anti-Poverty Partnership, hosted the Fuel Your Knowledge event at the Shay Stadium on Thursday 22 September. The event welcomed over 200 people from across health, voluntary, banking and… read more … about Partnership event promotes cost-of-living support>>

Fuel Your Knowledge event

A major new plan outlining Calderdale’s steps towards a zero-carbon future has been launched for consultation, and local people are invited to have their say, help shape the actions and consider how they can contribute. The Climate Action Plan has been jointly created by the Council, a range of partner organisations and local communities across… read more … about Join the path to a brighter future>>

Calderdale Council has agreed that the planned price increases for the usage of Council-owned bowling greens in the borough will not take place next season, in acknowledgment of the rising cost of living. The Council has responsibility for 10 bowling greens across the borough, which are maintained twice-weekly by Council staff throughout the April-September bowling… read more … about Supporting bowling clubs in Calderdale>>

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There are just a few weeks left to share feedback as part of the final public consultation for Calderdale’s Local Plan. Residents and businesses can have their say about changes to the plan, known as the ‘main modifications’, recommended by the Planning Inspector. The consultation began on 12 August and the deadline to submit feedback… read more … about Still time to have your say on Local Plan>>

Cllr Jane Scullion