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Last year Harden Village Council became one of the first rural communities in Yorkshire to declare a climate emergency. We have just published details of our climate emergency plan for 2020-21. We’re keen to work with local residents, groups and partners to bring this to life.
Stay at home to stop coronavirus spreading If at all possible, stay at home to help stop coronavirus (COVID-19) spreading. Wash your hands with soap and water often to reduce the risk of infection. You should only leave the house for 1 of 4 reasons: - shopping for...
As part of the Neighbourhood Plan we are producing a Design Code to help set design expectations for development in Harden. The Village Council would appreciate your views.
Please consider adding Harden Memorial Hall as a cause to your Co-op Membership and help raise funds every time you shop at the Co-op.
The Christmas Lights switch on is this coming Sunday at 5pm.
Harden Village Council has become one of the first rural communities in Yorkshire to declare a climate emergency, and is appealing to others to join it in setting out our commitments for creating a more sustainable future.
News abut the Neighbourhood Plan and our work on a Parish Plan, including how you could get involved, come and chat to us on Saturday 28th September 2019 at 10am to 12pm in Harden Memorial Hall
Bradford have come up with a plan to restrict parking on almost the whole of Keighley Road west side. This is on top of restrictions already proposed around the access road to the new development. This will greatly inconvenience people using the church for...
There's a vacancy on the Parish Council which may be of interest to community minded residents in Harden. A summary of the vacancy, eligibility and contact details for enquiries can be downloaded here (PDF, 6.5 MB).The following notes aim to give...
Temporary traffic lights on Keighley Road
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