Saturday 26th June 2010 sees the Annual Lindley summer Carnival take place at the recreation grounds behind the “Black Bull” public house from Fern Lea Rd with the usual stalls and entertainments including Pony Rides and Bucking Broncos and displays and visits from Lindley Swifts and the Huddersfield Giants, Big G the mascot will also be in attendance and this years event will be opened by Lindley’s very own Winter Olympic Cross country Skier Fiona Hughes.
Please come and support your community and help raise funds for the youth of the area, Young HD3 – Lindley Youth Project.
The Jane Tomlinson Appeal was set up by a very determined Yorkshire woman to help children’s and cancer charities across Yorkshire, the UK and the globe.
On Sunday July 4th I will be taking part in the Leeds 10k to raise money for the Yorkshire Cancer Centre.
If you would like to donate please visit:
We have defeated plans to build on Lindley Moor – for now.
Stirling Scotfield wants to build the data campus on 18 acres of Lindley Moor.
The Council’s Planning and Highways Committee knocked back the proposal this afternoon. Councillors narrowly rejected the proposal to build on Lindley Moor (6 votes to 4).
ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984, SECTION 14
TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF TRAFFIC ON ROADS
Notice is hereby given that
from 07.00 hours on 7 June 2010
to 17.00 hours on 27 June 2010
the whole of Thorncliffe Street, Lindley
from j/o Brian Street to j/o West Street
will be closed to through vehicular traffic to enable the essential repair of the damaged highway to be carried out.
Pedestrian access will be maintained at all times.
If you require any further information, please contact Graham Dean on (01484) 414856
or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
New play session at Lindley Rec
Every Friday (during term time)Starting from Friday June 11th 2010
Games Sports Den building Arts and Crafts Parachute games
YOUNG PEOPLE MUST BE AGED 8 – 12YRS
(All activities are free)
For further information contact:The YPS on 01924 325126 / 01484 222822
I would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to everyone in the Lindley Ward who voted for me in the recent local council elections.I received a great deal of support and good wishes from people for which I am extremely grateful and I give a special thank you to those who delivered leaflets, displayed posters and helped canvass.
I feel privileged to have been elected to serve on the council and I will continue to put in the hard work needed to campaign on local issues and work for everyone who lives in the Lindley Ward.