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At its December meeting, the Council agreed to increase school grants from a maximum of £500 to a maximum of £1000 from April 2019

Upcoming Events

Parish Council Elections

Passionate about your local community? Want to make a difference? Then why not become a Parish Councillor!  Parish councils are led by democratically elected councillors from the local community. They decide what services and projects the council will deliver. As representatives of the first tier of local government and the closest to their communities, Parish councillors are best placed to engage with their residents and find out what the real local issues are. There are 20 councillors representing 4 wards in the Denby Dale Parish.  The Parish Council is encouraging residents who are passionate about their community to stand for election. Kirklees Council is responsible for the administration of the elections. Nomination packs can be obtained on the Kirklees website and must be returned by 4 pm on Wednesday 3rd April

Emley Real Ale Festival 2019

3 Day Charity Real Ale Festival over Easter Weekend. 18 Beers, 5 Ciders, Prosecco, Wine, Soft Drinks, Burgers & snacks available. Good Friday (19th April) – 1:00pm till 11:30pm Saturday (20th April) – 1:00 pm till 11:30pm Easter Sunday (21st April) – 1:0pm till dry Free Entry and only £2.50 a pint! Emley Band Room, 9 Beaumont Street, Emley, HD8 9RJ Web: http://www.emleybrassband.co.uk/realale-htm/ e-mail: realalefestival@emleybrassband.co.uk Facebook: Emley Real Ale Festival Twitter: @EmleyAleFest

Newsletters

Denby Dale Parish Council is keen to bring you news from around the parish and to keep you informed about the work of the council. If you have any community news or events to share please contact the Clerk and we will try our best to include it! Newsletters are delivered quarterly around the ward, however, if you are missed out, they are put on the council’s noticeboards and can be collected from Skelmanthorpe Library. 

As each newsletter is produced, it will be published on this website – use the links below to access the parish council newsletters.