Fifteen new community safety wardens who will soon be patrolling the streets to help keep Calderdale safe, clean and green started their training this week. The Council has increased the number of its wardens to provide a more visible presence in local areas, to help people feel safer and keep the borough looking its best. Keeping Calderdale’s communities safe, clean and green.
We held our annual Macmillan coffee morning on Thursday 28th September at Queen’s Road Neighbourhood Centre. We had a number of lovely donations of home cooked
goodies and the morning was attended by a number of local services that HCI work with as well as residents from Park ward and surrounding communities. We raised a fantastic £104.09 which is an increase from last year too!
Looks of networking took place too and new contacts made, meaning a CREW health walk will be piloted from QRNC at the end of October and we have agreed with a local resident who is a cancer survivour to run the coffee morning together next year.
We would like to thank all how attended and especially those who donated some yummy treats.
Halifax has been announced as a host town for the 2018 Tour de Yorkshire.
The newly expanded four-day men’s race will take place between 3-6 May. The Asda Women’s Tour de Yorkshire – which is doubling in size from one to two days – will be held 3-4 May.
The full route of the 2018 TdY will be announced in Halifax at The Piece Hall on 5 December
Find out more on the VisitCalderdale website
If you’re planning to travel by train next week, please be aware that Northern Rail is planning industrial action on its network on Tuesday 3 and Thursday 5 October. Northern expects all services to be extremely busy and customers are advised to give themselves extra time to travel and consider whether their journey is necessary. Full details of the revised timetables and supporting information for customers can be found at Northern Rail.