Calderdale Council are asking you your opinions on Waste and Recycling in Calderdale. They would like to know more about what residents think of the recycling service, how often they use it and what stops people from recycling more. This information will tell them what works well and where they can improve. Please complete the survey by 07 November 2017 by clicking on the link below:
EXERCISE: Vote for community project
Calderdale Community Coaching Trust are trying to obtain funding to run a programme where Calderdale’s over 50 year old residents are encouraged to re-engage with sport or educate them to get involved in a healthier and more active lifestyle through activities such as walking clubs, walking football, walking rugby and walking basketball/netball.
Please follow the link and vote for their Walking with the Fax project. They need votes to receive funding from the Aviva Fund. Please register and vote and please share.
Last week, community warden Zameer Akhtar from the Halifax Central Initiative accompanied by PC Sarah Hanson from the Halifax Central Neighbourhood Police team, visited Beech Hill Junior School, to prepare the children for the upcoming bonfire night and gave a talk on how to keep safe now winter is coming along with dark nights.
PC Sarah Hanson discussed with the children about bright reflective clothing like stickers on bags, or reflective armbands, making sure they arrive home on time and she also delivered a fun presentation on bonfire, fireworks and sparkler safety. The whole assembly got involved, with asking questions and wanting to know more.
The whole school learned how to keep themselves safe and seen over bonfire nights and winter, and fun was had by all. We would like to thank our neighbourhood Police team in working together to keep our communities safe.