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Everything you need to know to enjoy village life
A SPECIAL PLACE
TO LIVE
EVERYTHING ABOUT OUR VILLAGE

EVERYTHING YOU
NEED IN OUR VILLAGE

Here you can access all the essential information for services such as doctors, library and our school. Also find the shops and businesses situated near you, and places of worship. Finally find about sporting and recreational activities that you can enjoy in your spare time.

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AN ACTIVE
HISTORICAL SOCIETY

This active society has a large membership who research various aspects of village history. Join them and help find out about old Northowram. Start by accessing some of the interesting historical events that have shaped our village over time on these pages.

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A VILLAGE SOCIETY
THAT NEEDS YOU

Northowram has changed rapidly over the past 50 years from being a small village unchanged for many years to now being a large well developed area with many fields transformed to housing. Although change is necessary it needs to be managed by the residents. The Northowram Village Society is here to help focus residents concerns into relevant action.

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NORTHOWRAM.ORG NEEDS TO ATTRACT YOUNGER AUDIENCE

We need someone with website experience to input any relevant information that will attract younger families and residents and hopefully make the site more representational across the spectrum of village life. Access will be given to input information to the site pages.

This could include promoting school or sports events or developing the links to Facebook for the Neighbourhood watch or selling items. 

The Northowram Village Society has a small fund of money to help in the long term funding of the site and expenses.

Please reply via email to: info@northowram.org

This site is funded by the Northowram Ward Forum, Northowram Village Society and Northowram Historical Society and currently promotes Development issues, village events and  historical society events. It also acts as a base of information for the village residents and those who are further afield and want to know more about the area.

WHAT IS HAPPENING IN THE VILLAGE SOON

NEXT HISTORICAL SOCIETY EVENT

The Next Northowram Historical Society Presentation – THURSDAY 17th OCTOBER 2019. 7.30pm START.

“Fares Please” THE HISTORY OF THE  BUS TICKET A presentation will be given by Geoff Budd featuring the history of the bus ticket. It will take place at Northowram Methodist Church, Northowram Green on Tuesday 17th October, 7.30pm start. Please…
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KEEP UP TO DATE WITH PLANNING

Current issues around proposed planning and development of extensive housing sites within Northowram village is a major concern. Find out more with regular updates from Northowram & Shelf Ward Forum notes and SNLPF.org.uk action group.

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ACTIVE PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS

At a meeting held by Calderdale Council on the 10th January 2011 it was agreed that Northowram is now designated as a Conservation area. Looking back it has been the result of a lot of work centred around the Village Society and other supporters that have spent many hours of valuable time to bring this about.

Currently we have a threat to this status that was achieved to protect the land surrounding the most historic parts of the village. 22 houses are planned by Charles Church (Persimmon Homes) next to Heywood Church and with a proposed access into the narrowest part of Upper Lane. The planning application number is –  17/01431/FUL.

Read more on the Village Society pages

VILLAGE EVENTS & NEWS

CALDERDALE FUTURE EVENTS CALENDAR

  CIMA EVENT – Evolution of the Wool Textile Industry in Calderdale. Wed 6th November 2019. 7.30pm (See poster above). CIMA EVENT – Weave a Scarf in a Day Workshop. Thursday 12th from 10am – 4.30pm. £55 including yarn. Only 6…
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NOTES FROM NORTHOWRAM AND SHELF WARD FORUM -Held Monday 2nd September 2019

NOTES FROM THE NORTHOWRAM AND SHELF WARD FORUM – Monday 2nd September 2019 Shibden Hall road lots parking as car park is always full. Some visitors from further afield are finding it hard to locate the park. Issues with illegal parking. Possibly…
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