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Weekend Thought with Canon Stephen Bradberry

Next Tuesday is Shrove Tuesday and is the day before Lent starts.

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Letter:Inconsiderate drivers at drop off

Letter:Inconsiderate drivers at drop off

May I express my concern over the stupidity of parents dropping their children off at Trinity Academy.

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Letter: Chaos for motorists

Letter: Chaos for motorists

Once again our inept council cause chaos for motorists. I refer to the 3 Ways Centre in Nursery Lane.

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Elland

Letter: Sceptical of proposals

Councillor Baker can talk the talk but can he walk the walk? I welcome ideas that make improvements but I am extremely sceptical about his proposals.

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Halifax Minster

Weekend Thought with Canon Stephen Bradberry

Companionship is a wonderful thing. Social connections can provide emotional support and warmth which is important but they also provide things like advice, making sure people take their medication and provide support in helping to do things. It can also keep minds active and alert.

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Letter: Difficulty getting rid of rats

Letter: Difficulty getting rid of rats

I am writing with regard to RATS!

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Halifax Town Hall

Letter: I thought the council was short of cash?

Through the medium of your newspaper I would like to draw the residents of Calderdale attention to two jobs advertised on the Calderdale Council website.

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Halifax Central Library

Letter: New library is not fit for purpose

The new library in Halifax is not fit for purpose. It is too small. The old library had storage facilities for the books they couldn’t put on the shelves.

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Halifax Minster

Weekend Thought: Unity makes a difference

This time in the churches’ calendar is the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity.

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Halifax Town Hall

Letter: Want a clear understanding of Council Tax rise

So Tim Swift, Leader of Calderdale Council, is raising council tax bills again.

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Calderdale Royal Hospital

Letter: Creation of a park and ride may be essential

I WRITE regarding the absurdity of Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Trust’s proposals to demolish nine properties in Dryclough Lane.

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A646 Hebden Bridge

Letter: Pay attention to all delays

Thank you for your reporting on the long-term problems of the A646 in Calderdale.

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Halifax Borough Market

Letter: Everyone needs to support market

So we now have yet another group of consultants brought in, a local company I very much doubt it.

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Halifax Minster

Letter: Moving in the right direction

Some time ago as I was working in the garage when I heard a loud fluttering of wings.

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Letter: Road show area won’t cope with the Local Plan

Letter: Road show area won’t cope with the Local Plan

Should anyone wish to find out what life would be like in Rastrick and Brighouse should the Local Plan be implemented in its current form, I would urge them to take a little road trip from the motorway junction, along Wakefield Road, up Huddersfield Road to Bradley Bar roundabout, and back into town via Bramston Street and out again along Bradford Road.

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Residents are unhappy about plans to bollard the top of Albert Promenade, Halifax

Letter: Simple solution is to install speed bumps

Re John Piasecki’s letter, Courier, January 12.

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Group of residents angry over plans to bollard the top of Albert Promenade, Halifax

Letter: Drastic action is not required

Last week we received a notification from Calderdale Council, dated December 18, 2017 asking us to respond to a consultation by January 15, 2018.

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Halifax Minster

Weekend Thought: Have resolve to keep resolutions

At the beginning of a new year, we have the opportunity to reflect on our lives and on the future.

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Halifax Borough Market

Letter: Maintain amazing architecture

Having just completed the ‘Detailed Feasibility Study’ by the IBI group – no doubt at great expense - I decided to put my views to the Courier.

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Turn building into a facility for the homeless

Letter: Turn building into a facility for the homeless

As our homeless situation is getting worse not just in Halifax but all the UK, why don’t our councils act?

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