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‘Holme Valley Remembers’ – WW1 Weekend – 6/7 September 2014
4 August 2014 marked the 100th Anniversary of Britain entering the First World War, which claimed the lives of millions of people across the globe. The War had a tremendous impact on the lives of everyone, including many residents of the Holme Valley who were left behind. The War continued until 11 November 1918 (Armistice Day).
The Parish Council is organising an event, this coming weekend, Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th September 2014. This will include a fly past, parades, military band displays and re-enactments, focusing on the impact the War had on not only the young soldiers who went to war, but their families left behind who had no idea what was to happen over the ensuing four years. Further details are provided on the programme below, which includes a map of the Sands area.
‘Holme Valley Voice’ Newsletter (Summer 2014)
and Annual Report 2013-14
Click here to download your personal copy of the most recent Holme Valley Voice newsletter.
AnnualReport 2013-14 & Newsletter_Summer 2014 definitive version
This is the double version of the Valley Voice newsletter, incorporating the Council’s Annual Report 2013-14 and includes articles on the following:
• Introductions to the new Chairman and Vice Chairman of the Council.
• A welcome to the Council’s new Maintenance Contractor, Mr John Ford. Please say hello to him, if you meet him around the Holme Valley.
• Grant Reports.
• A request for Community Champion Award nominations.
You can download previous newsletters from our archive here.
Budget/Precept 2014-15 approved at Council Meeting
At its meeting on Monday, 10 February 2014, the Parish Council approved its Budget 2014-15 and Precept Demand to be made to Kirklees Council.
Details of the Budget/Precept 2014-15 can be downloaded by clicking the link below:
Budget 2014-15 – approved by Council 10_2_14