Call in to have your say on park plan

Todmorden Agricultural Show members in their wellies at Centre Vale Park, Todmorden last year, when poor ground conditions forced cancellation of the 2013 show
Todmorden Agricultural Show members in their wellies at Centre Vale Park, Todmorden last year, when poor ground conditions forced cancellation of the 2013 show

Residents in Todmorden will have a chance to put forward their views next week on planned improvements in the town’s Centre Vale Park.

Calderdale Council, along with stakeholders Groundwork and Leeming Associates, are inviting comments and opinions on the park from members of the community.

The are particularly keen to know what people think are important features, and how the park can be restored and improved for future generations.

On Tuesday, October 22, Todmorden Town Hall will host a drop-in session from 3.30pm until 7.30pm for people to have their say and bring in items of memorabilia.

Coun Steve Sweeney, Calderdale Council’s cabinet member for communities, said: “Centre Vale Park is so important to the people of Todmorden and the surrounding areas.

“This event will provide the opportunity for everyone to see proposals for future plans.”