- Luddenden Mayor Making
- Happy Valley Pride 2021 Weekender
- What's on in Calderdale & when...
- Calder Valley's students showcase their creativity in 1000 Postcards exhibition...
- Cragg Hall remembered during the centenary anniversary of its burning...
- Luddenden Mayor's Charity Challenge...
- Careers Support available for young people in Hebden Royd...
- 'Churches Count On Nature' as part of the Beautiful Burial Grounds Week here in Calderdale...
- COVID-19 Update in Calderdale - new Brighouse Testing Site
- Oyez Oyez Oyez... British Town Crier Championship win for Calderdale
- Calling all readers... Calderdale plans new scheme to share the joys of reading
- Out and about with Calder Valley Radio... Upcoming events in our Valley
- The Piece Hall Prepares For Its 'Great Reopening' and Summer Line-Up
- Calderdale's Kindness In National Spotlight
- Hebden Bridge Heart Gallery Opens a New Solo Show by Ian Scott Massie
- Happy Birthday Anne Lister & Shibden Hall!
- Broughton Sanctuary and The White Rose Forest to become home to the biggest tree planting scheme in England
- Local band The Lounge Society film their new single at iconic Hebden Bridge Trades Club
- Calder Valley reflects on a year in lockdown with new photographic project
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Luddenden Mayor Making
Good morning Calderdale, with lockdown restrictions easing - if you're looking for a great family day out soon, might we suggest you pop down to Luddenden for this year's Mayor Making on Saturday 11th September.
Happy Valley Pride 2021 Weekender
Good morning Calder Valley, we all know the pandemic has brought many changes to everyone's life in the Valley, so the connection between us as a community seems more important than ever as we emerge from lockdown.
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