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    As part of the arranged visit to Todmorden on 17th October 2019, we welcomed, the Lord Lieutenant for West Yorkshire and his guests for the day that included the High Sheriff of West Yorkshire and the Mayors of both Todmorden and Calderdale. 

    The Friends of Centre Vale Park were invited to present ourselves and our work and showcase the park. The weather was extremely kind to us and a warm Autumn morning provided us with a great opportunity to highlight aspects of the park and our future and current projects.

    The visit to Todmorden was clearly an enjoyable experience as per the quote from the Lord Lieutenant …. 

    'I can’t tell you how much I enjoyed today. Thank you so much. You have a wonderful community spirit in Todmorden. It really was heartwarming to experience it today.'

    Karen Andrews

    Chair FoCVP

    There has been a recent increase in fly-tipping.

    Domestic rubbish and construction debris has been thrown down into the woods from Ewood Lane and Sigget Lane. Fly-tipping is a serious criminal offence. If you observe fly-tipping please record what you see and contact any of the following:

    Calderdale Councilcalderdale.gov.uk/v2/residents/community-and-living/crime-prevention-and-community-safety/antisocial-behaviour, you can email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or telephone 01422 288001

    West Yorkshire Police: non-emergencies tel 101 - emergency 999 - www.westyorkshire.police.uk/advice

    Environment Agency national hotline number 0800 807 060.

    For more information on fly-tipping: www.keepbritaintidy.org/faqs/advice/fly-tipping-and-law

    Fly tipping in the woods www 

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