Welcome to the blog for Hebden Bridge Flood Group. On this page you will find up-to-date news and information about flooding in the Hebden Bridge area. We will update this page as often as we can, so make sure you come back regularly. The information we include on this page could help to protect you, your family and your home from the risks of flooding. Don’t forget to check here after flooding too, just in case we have important or urgent information.
1 - Present: Steve Hoyle, John Buttery, Robin Dixon, Andrew Entwistle, Jo Arnold (EA), Debbie Barton, Diane Monahan, John Ludlam, Judi Chrysanthou
2 - Minutes of 17.9.2015: Agreed.
3 - Matters arising, unless covered by the agenda: We agreed to drop the idea of Hebden Royd assisting …
Video made by Calderdale Council showing the improvements made to the Nutclough Flood Defences
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On the 12th of December, 2015, the river (Hebden) flowing through Hebden Bridge burst their banks, flooding the main high street. Immediately, residents of the town descended on the area to carry sandbags, control traffic and help out in anyway they could, …
Over the weekend of 13th-16th November the storms, rains and floods became for the Hebden Royd Flood Group (HRFG) the first test, or blooding for our community flood containers.
There are 5 containers spread along the valley from Mytholmroyd to Sandbed containing modest amounts of basic …
1 Present: Steve Hoyle, Andrew Entwistle, John Ludlam, Robin Dixon, Mick Davies. & …
Present: Steve Hoyle, Andrew Entwistle (Vice Chair), Jason Boom, John Ludlam, Mike Watts and Sarah-Jayne Robins from Todmorden Flood Action Group. …
Hebden Bridge Flood Action Group
Annual General Meeting at Hebden Bridge Town Hall, Wednesday 25.3.2015
Present: Judi Chrysanthou (Chair),Jae Campbell(CMBC), Mark Adams, Kathleen Eidson, Ken Collins, Sarah Ratcliffe (CMBC), Andrew Coen (EA), Ellie (Valley Organics Workers Co-op), Andrew …
Annual Report 2014/15
Our group was formed in response to the floods locally in June 2012. We formed a small committee and liaised with the Council and other bodies to look at ways that we could be effective in the community in case of further floods.
It was decided that establishing several …
Hebden Bridge Flood Group holds its annual general meeting on Wednesday 25th of March.
It will start at 5:30pm in Hebden Bridge Town Hall, St. George's Street and all are welcome to come along.
Drinks and cake will be available and the group hopes to share its progress to date.