Parish Councillor, Alan Jerome, attended Buckingham Palace last week when he was invested by Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, with the MBE which he was awarded in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List last June.

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The Parish Council has a vacancy, and is looking to hear from anyone interested in serving as a councillor.  See the notice of the vacancy here, and see the council’s Co-option Policy on the Policies and Procedures page of this site. cooption-advert-notice-of-councillor-vacancy  

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The Christmas lights were switched on this year by the Gala Queen, Tilly Harrison Moore, together with Yorkshire Triathlete Gordon Benson and Yorkshire Child of Courage Young Carer of the Year Rosey Naylor, at the occasion of the Christmas Market run by Totally Locally in the Swan car park. Picture by Nick Hodgson

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Annual General Meeting The Annual General Meeting of Addingham Community Library is to be held on Wednesday 23rd November 2016, 6.30pm in the Old School Room. Resolutions and proposed nominations for new trustees should be sent to the secretary (see below) at least seven days before the meeting. Paul Henderson Secretary Addingham Community Library 6Continue reading

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Businesses affected by the flooding last year can still claim grant from the district council.  See the contact links below. The closing date for applications is imminent, so if you think you might be eligible, you need to contact the council urgently, by phone or email preferably. 01274 437866 or floodrelief@bradford.gov.uk   www.bradford.gov.uk/business/flood-relief-for-businesses/flood-resilience-grant-for-businesses/  

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A casual vacancy has arisen in the office of parish councillor for the parish of Addingham. See the notice of the vacancy here: notice-of-casual-vacancy  

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Here are the details of Bradford Council’s plans for winter maintenance this year: We have now moved into the Winter Maintenance period and the ‘Cold Weather Plan 2016’ was published by Public Health England on the 19th October. As in previous years, the Met Office will trigger cold weather alerts from 1 November to 31 MarchContinue reading

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