Hate crimes / hate incidents can take place anywhere, at home, in the street, at work, school or online. No-one should have to put up with it and live with the fear, anxiety and consequences of hate. A hate crime is any criminal offence which is perceived by the victim or any other person, to … Continue reading Have you been affected by Hate Crime or Hate Incident?
Meet Mums On a Mission, a newly formed organisation that take the wellbeing of children and families in need very seriously. Founded in 2018, they proactively help and support families with young children who experience poverty and destitution in Calderdale. Much of their strength derives from the lived in experiences of hardship that their members … Continue reading Mums On a Mission are here to help you
Residents in Calderdale are reminded to check their flood preparation plans and be aware of the risk of flash flooding during the summer months. The recent flooding in Germany, Belgium and parts of London has acted as a reminder of the dangers posed by flooding and demonstrates the ongoing effects of climate change. It remains … Continue reading Be aware of the risk of flash flooding this summer
Loraine Greenwood was hit by a bus in Halifax town centre on January 2020. She was airlifted to Leeds with the help of Yorkshire Air Ambulance, where she received life saving treatment. To thank Yorkshire Air Ambulance, who had landed into the Piece Hall, Lorraine is organising a fundraising walk in their aid for her … Continue reading Walk with Lorraine for Yorkshire Air Ambulance on September 4th!
Any EU, EEA or Swiss citizens living in Calderdale who missed the 30 June deadline to apply for the EU Settlement Scheme, are encouraged to make a late application as soon as possible. The deadline has now passed for EU, EEA or Swiss citizens to apply for the EU Settlement Scheme to allow them to … Continue reading Advice for late applications to EU Settlement Scheme