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Message from the Chairman

All members and employees of Ripponden Parish Council extend their sincere condolences to the families and friends of those who have suffered the loss of a loved one in the Manchester attack. Our thoughts also go out to the many injured who are being so well cared for and supported by our public services. We [...]

By | May 26th, 2017|Chairman's Blog|

Diary Dates

Neighbourhood Planning Workshop The next 'Drop in' session will be at St John's Primary School, Rishworth on Wednesday 14th June 2017, 6.15pm till 8.30pm. For further details visit the Ripponden Neighbourhood Planning website.     Annual Garden Competition Closing date for applications Friday 30th June 2017 for an application form go to Miscellaneaous Documents

By | May 25th, 2017|Latest News Home Page|

New Chairman for 2017/18

The Parish Council is pleased to announce that at its Annual Meeting on 18th May, Cllr Andrew Naylor was elected as Chairman for 2017/18. The new Vice-Chairman is Cllr Melvyn Smith.

By | May 19th, 2017|Latest News Home Page|

Final Message from the outgoing Chairman – Cllr Jayne Smith

I have had a very interesting year and thank councillors for their support and hard work. I look forward to working with the new chairman Cllr Andrew Naylor in 2017/18 and wish him all the best. I raised £1,545.00 for my chosen voluntary groups in the parish and will pass this money out to them [...]

By | May 19th, 2017|Chairman's Blog|

Holme Valley Parish Council – Civic Dinner 13th May 2017

Melvyn and I attended our very last civic function on Saturday. This was Holmfirth’s civic reception and dinner held in Holmfirth Civic Hall which the council has recently taken into their ownership to save it from closing. Before dinner guests were entertained by Honley School girls’ choir following the dinner there was dancing and singing [...]

By | May 15th, 2017|Chairman's Blog|

Mayor of Calderdale’s Civic Service – Sunday 7th May 2017

My consort and I attended the Civic Service for Calderdale Mayor Cllr Howard Blagborough and Mayoress Catherine Kirk which was held at St Martins Church in Brighouse. This service was well attended by three West Yorkshire Deputy Lieutenants, civic dignitaries from across the North of England including the Mayor and Mayoress of Wakefield, Mayor and [...]

By | May 11th, 2017|Chairman's Blog|

Shaw & Crompton Parish Council Civic Dinner – 6th May 2017

My consort and I attended Shaw and Crompton civic reception and dinner dance at the Masonic Hall in Shaw.  We enjoyed superb 5 course dinner and guests were entertained by an excellent singer who had the room singing and dancing.

By | May 11th, 2017|Chairman's Blog|

Dementia Friendly Ripponden Event – 6th May 2017

A Dementia Friendly Event is to be held on Saturday 6th May at St Bartholomew's Church, Ripponden from 11.00am to 2.30pm. The event has been organised to raise awareness of dementia and the support available to people, living locally, affected by dementia. There will be stalls, speakers, singing, fun activities and a café throughout the day. [...]

By | April 10th, 2017|Latest News Home Page|

Whitworth Town Council Civic Dinner – 8th April 2017

Melvyn and I were delighted to attend Whitworth Town Council’s annual celebration and awards which this year took the place of the civic dinner.  The ceremony had all the pomp of a civic dinner but was all about the community.  There were 6 awards which local people and business had been nominated for; young achievers [...]

By | April 10th, 2017|Chairman's Blog|

Hebden Royd Town Council Civic Dinner – 1st April 2017

Melvyn and I enjoyed a wonderful evening of hospitality at Hebden Royd on Saturday 1st April.  We attended at the invitation of the Mayor Cllr Tony Hodgins and his Mayoress Hazel Scrivens. The evening was themed 1940’s and guest entered into the spirit by dressing in 1940’s style outfits.  The buffet was excellent – prepared [...]

By | April 3rd, 2017|Chairman's Blog|