Welcome to Holme Valley Parish Council
World War I Commemorative Event
Thank you to everyone who supported the Parish Council at the World War 1 ‘Holmfirth Remembers’ event last weekend.
It was a brilliant weekend, with a fine display of war time vehicles, vintage music and clothes. The Dakota fly past was incredible and, thankfully, the weather was in our favour so the crowds flocked to see the multitude of displays; the Sands Recreation Ground was buzzing.
Hopefully, the event will be repeated again next year.
The Localism Act introduced an opportunity for parish and town councils and local community groups to draw up plans for the use and development of land in their area. This is called a Neighbourhood Development Plan. The first step is for the organisation to apply to Kirklees Council to designate a neighbourhood area.
Holme Valley Parish Council has recently received approval from Kirklees Council and the Peak District National Park Authority to have a Neighbourhood Area designated. The designation application can be viewed at http://www.kirklees.gov.uk/business/regeneration/neighbourhoodAreas.aspx
The Council recently gave a presentation on the proposed production of the Neighbourhood Plan, at the Annual Parish Meeting and is now looking for representatives of local community groups to get involved in the preparation of the Plan. If you would like to get involved, please contact the Clerk.
Budget/Precept 2015-16 approved at Council Meeting
At its meeting on Monday, 9 February 2015, the Parish Council approved its Budget 2015-16 and Precept Demand to be made to Kirklees Council.
Details of the Budget/Precept 2015-16 can be downloaded by clicking the link below:
Budget 2015-16 – approved by Council 9_2_15
‘Holme Valley Voice’ Newsletter (Summer 2015)
and Annual Report 2014-15
Click here to download your personal copy of the most recent Holme Valley Voice newsletter.
Annual Report 2014-15 & Newsletter_Summer 2015
This is the double version of the Valley Voice newsletter, incorporating the Council’s Annual Report 2014-15 and includes articles on the following:
• Introductions to the new Chairman and Vice Chairman of the Council.
• A welcome to the new Council, including new Members elected at the Local Elections on 7 May 2015.
• Grant Reports.
• Community Champion Awards and a further request for new nominations.
You can download previous newsletters from our archive here.