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Latest News from Hebden Royd Town Council

From Local Nurseries to Local Businesses: Hebden Royd Shines again with Peat-Free Hanging Baskets

Hebden Royd is looking vibrant again thanks to the return of 140 beautiful hanging baskets once again adorning the frontages of local venues and businesses. Around a quarter of the retailer basket cost is subsidised by the Town Council, ensuring that the scheme remains affordable. More info on Hebden Royd hanging baskets.

Hebden Royd Welcomes New Mayor for 2024-2025
and Celebrates Community Achievements

On Wednesday 22nd May, the Annual Meeting of Hebden Royd Town Council was held at Hebden Bridge Town Hall to establish the new Mayor for the period 2024/25. The meeting saw Cllr. Pat Fraser take the chain with the role of Deputy Mayor being taken by Cllr. Keith Butterick. More info about the Annual Meeting.

Mayor's Charity Raffle 2024 Winners Announced!

Mayor Cllr. Bernice Hayes worked her magic and drew the ten winning tickets for the Calder Food Support charity raffle on 22nd April. More info about the Charity Raffle winners

Bike Hangar Survey

Whether you cycle, or take another mode of transport, Hebden Royd Town Council needs your input about how you travel in the local area. By sharing your thoughts, you could win £50! More info about the bike hanger survey

International Fungus first found at High Hirst

A previously unnamed species of fungus, belonging to the Dotted Fanvault family (Hodophilus atropunctus) has been discovered at HRTC-managed High Hirst Woodmeadow. More info about rare fungus at High Hirst

Council backs calls for immediate ceasefire in Gaza

On Wednesday 6th March 2024, Hebden Royd Town Council passed a motion calling for an immediate permanent ceasefire, in order to facilitate an intense period of diplomacy, bring humanitarian aid into Palestine, and provide an opportunity to seek the immediate release of hostages. More info about the Council's call for a ceasefire

High Hirst Woodmeadow Meets SSSI Critieria for Grassland Fungi

The November 2023 fungi survey results have been officially released in High Hirst Woodmeadow's latest grassland fungi report, written by local National Trust grassland fungi expert, Steve Hindle. Exciting findings include the fact that the Woodmeadow now fulfils the criteria for SSSI (Site of Special Scientific Interest) status. More info about the High Hirst Woodmeadow SSSI

Quick Guide to Local Council Services and Responsibilities

HRTC works alongside and in partnership with Calderdale Council on specific projects, but we know that sometimes it's not always clear which organisation is responsible for which services. To help with this, we have developed an 'at a glance' visual aid showing which services sit with HRTC, and which sit with Calderdale Council. See the visual aid showing services.

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