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Come and bag a bargain at Blackshaw Head chapel on 11 February from 1pm to 4pm.
Bric-a-brac, books, good-as-new, etc, with refreshments in Pat’s Pantry.
All in aid of Cancer Research UK!
There will shortly be two committee meetings open to the public. Both will be held in The Council Chamber, Hebden Bridge Town Hall on Monday 16 January 2017 commencing at times as below;
More details about Heptonstall Parish Council can be see via this link…
Click on the following link to see the Agenda for the January Monthly Meeting of the Parish Council to be held in The School Hall, Heptonstall J I & N School on Monday 9 January 2017 commencing at 7.30 p.m.
Minutes arising from the December 2016 meeting can be seen here.
More information about the Parish Council can be found here.
Play, sing, cavort or just watch and marvel when the Open Mic returns to the White Lion, Heptonstall on Friday, December 23rd, at 8.30pm.
Performers of all kinds are wanted, including singers, poets, instrumentalists, jugglers and ice sculptors.
Organiser Geoff says: “We have a lot of regular acts but we welcome new performers with open arms. If you fancy a go, come along. We will guarantee you will get a slot and an enthusiastic and appreciative response.
If you want to discuss further, call him on 01422 842629.
The following has been received from John Scarborough of Heptonstall Parish Council:
Following the Consultation Exercise carried out in November 2016 the Parish Council has decided not to proceed further with a possible new car park on Valley View Road due to lack of community support.
All households in the Parish of Heptonstall received details of the proposed scheme together with a questionnaire designed to establish the level of support for it. Some 42% of you returned the questionnaires (47% in the Village) but fewer than 50% were in favour of proceeding (46% in the Village and 43% in the Parish as a whole).
Although 74% of you thought that Heptonstall Village needed additional off-street parking and 57% of you thought that the proposed lay-by would make a worthwhile addition, only 43% and 45% of you respectively thought the proposed scheme would deliver Value for Money and were willing to pay extra Council Tax to finance it.
You the Community “have had your say” and have come out clearly against proceeding with the scheme, the Parish Council and Traffic Group have accordingly closed down the Project. We will however continue to maintain what pressure we can on Calderdale Council to maintain and improve car parking facilities in the Village and the rest of the Parish.
The second set of Heptonstall’s advent windows. All photos by Christine.