Want an opportunity to make a difference in your community? Then become a Healthwatch Volunteer!
Healthwatch Calderdale is the local health and social care watchdog who rely on volunteer participation to reach all communities within the Calderdale Council area to gain views, experiences and ideas on local services.
There’s a broad spectrum of volunteer roles to suit all groups, ages and abilities so why not get involved today?
To find out more about Healthwatch volunteering roles, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01422 431099.
Maybe you have been thinking about writing your very first novel but unsure where to start or just in need of inspiration!
Well think no more, as this Autumn from Monday 7 September 2015 there will be a number of courses which you can take part in such as creative writing, art, poetry, History and much more. No matter what your interests are, there’s a good chance you will find a course to suit you.
If you would like to take a look at some of the courses on offer, you will find details of each one including cost, duration and booking details by viewing the Autumn brochure here. (Calderdale courses can be found from page 13)
Calderdale Council is currently looking at the best ways in which to allocate the budget for the 2017-18 and 2018-19 financial year and would like you to get involved to help make these decisions by finding out what the council does, balancing their budget and expressing your views.
The results of this consultation will be published prior to the budget being decided in November… Click here for further information on the Council’s budget and how and where the money is spent.
Have your say by taking a short survey and playing the councils budget simulator to register your priorities for spending whilst trying to maintain a balanced budget.
The results of this consultation will be published prior to the budget being decided in November and taken into consideration when the budget is officially assigned next year by Calderdale’s councillors.
This simulator helps to illustrate how Calderdale’s budget is currently allocated, and how changing the budget could affect the lives of people in Calderdale.
Calderdale Council would like you to use it to tell them how you would allocate Calderdale’s money, and which services are most important to you.