We Will Remember: New Plaque unveiled at Hanson Lane Memorial Garden

On Wednesday 3rd October, The Mayor of Calderdale unveiled a new plaque remembering the  lives lost, on the 22nd November 1940 during World War II. During the morning of the 22nd, shortly after 9am, a bomb fell outside 77 Hanson Lane, adjacent to Crossley Terrace.  In a densely-populated area with streets of terraced houses, it … Continue reading We Will Remember: New Plaque unveiled at Hanson Lane Memorial Garden

Law change affects Boothtown planning application

An application has been approved by Calderdale Council’s Planning Committee for the removal of conditions on a site in Boothtown, Halifax. Planning permission was granted for the site on Woodside Road back in 2015 for the demolition of garages and the construction of 14 dwellings which was subject to a number of conditions. The application … Continue reading Law change affects Boothtown planning application

Greggs Foundation’s Environmental Grants Scheme Opens for Second Round in 2018

The Gregg's Foundation's Environmental Grants programme is now inviting applications for grants of up to £2,000 for projects in England, Wales or Scotland that deliver a real benefit to the environment. Projects must address one or more of the following: Improving the local environment. Insuring involvement of local communities. Delivering a sustainable and measurable difference. … Continue reading Greggs Foundation’s Environmental Grants Scheme Opens for Second Round in 2018

Calderdale Countryside’s Wildside – April to September 2018 Edition

The latest edition of our walks and events programme which covers the period 1 April to 30 September 2018 is now available. The printed leaflet can be found in local Tourist Information Centres, Sports Centres, Libraries and Ogden Water Visitor Centre We have a wide range of walks, events and activities on offer again this spring … Continue reading Calderdale Countryside’s Wildside – April to September 2018 Edition