Calderdale


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Calderdale

(ˈkɔːldəˌdeɪl)
n
(Placename) a unitary authority in N England, in West Yorkshire. Pop: 193 200 (2003 est). Area: 364 sq km (140 sq miles)
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AN energy-buying consortium for Calderdale businesses is set to stage its next energy roadshow.
96 million to provide nearly every corner of Calderdale with high-speed fibre broadband.
The first in a new breed of tough school hit-squads will be sent in to sort out troubled Calderdale education authority, it was announced yesterday.
A NEW Faith Covenant formalising the relationship between religious organisations and Calderdale Council has been officially signed.
YOUNG people in Calderdale struggling to find work or get into further education are invited to attend a free event.
In Calderdale 154 young people are looked after when they leave care by the Calderdale Leaving Care Service - a partnership between Calderdale Council and Prospects, an education, employment and skills company.
THERE'S still time to comment on Calderdale Council's budget.
BUSINESSES in Calderdale can now join an 'energy club' to save money on their utility bills.
Now TV crews are set to descend on Calderdale again to film another highprofile drama.
Residents who live in the areas of Stainland, Holywell Green, Sowood, Jagger Green, Old Lindley and Outlane in Calderdale are invited to the meeting ahead of any formal decision being taken.
CALDERDALE Council has received a generally clean bill of health from local government experts who undertook a four-day review of the authority.