The latest news from Todmorden Town Council.
The Parlour isn’t big, so when I received a request to open it recently for elevenses, serving around 12, maximum 20, visitors from Integrate, a local organisation seeking to bring communities together, I was slightly nervous.
Graham Kent (Labour) was elected to the Council on 3rd January for the central Ward. Contact and other details will be on the web site in due course.
Todmorden Town Council is delighted to invite nominations for the Citizenship Awards 2019.
All those journalists and politicians who ramble on about the UK being a 'divided nation' should pop their way out of whichever bubble they're living in and make their way over to reality, i.e. Todmorden. Despite a near 50:50 split in the referendum, the town is amazingly united. And that's possibly because there's so much going on here.
Last weekend was one of reflection, about the fallen and about peace. The weekend started, though, on Friday 9 November, when members of the Todmorden branch of the Lancashire Fusiliers took a train to Manchester and travelled around laying wreaths at numerous cemeteries before returning in the afternoon to Todmorden, cheerful but tired.
One of the strengths of Todmorden is the cooperation we see between organisations in the town.
TODMORDEN TOWN COUNCIL & COVID 19 RESTRICTIONS
Thu 26 Mar 2020
Citizenship Awards 2020
Thu 20 Feb 2020
Latest Temporary Road Closure Notices
Wed 05 Feb 2020
Local Charity Opens Annual Grant Scheme
Tue 28 Jan 2020
2019 Christmas Eve Carols Sing-Along
Thu 19 Dec 2019
Wed 08 Apr 2020
Wed 22 Apr 2020
Wed 29 Apr 2020
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