The Town Council Office is based in Baildon Library.
The Potted Meat stick
Our famous Potted Meat stick in the heart of the village, by Ros Crosland.
Tong Park Dam
Tong Park Dam by Ros Crosland.
Shipley Glen in the Autumn by Ros Crosland.
Baildon in the snow
Picture by Ros Crosland
The Town Council office is currently closed, staff are working from home. To contact us please email firstname.lastname@example.org or you can contact the Clerk on 07938 062814. Thank you.
Baildon and the Town Council
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Baildon is located in the Aire Valley, between the city of Bradford and Rombalds Moor. Whether you still think of Baildon as a village or have embraced its new status as a town, we can all agree that Baildon is a great place to live. As a Town Council, we're proud to represent a place with such character, history and natural beauty as Baildon.
Stretching from the river at Roberts Park, along Otley Road through Charlestown and Tong Park, and up to Baildon Moor, Baildon is much more than just what is traditionally considered the village centre. Around 16,000 residents, spread across an area of approximately 16 square miles, live, work, shop and eat at locations from Charlestown to Baildon Bridge to the Coach Road.
Community spirit is strong in Baildon, with residents active in groups as diverse as the Women's Institute, Baildon Ukelele Club, churches, Baildon in Bloom, Friends of Baildon Moor and youth activities – to mention just a few.
Baildon hosts many exciting events in which the whole community come together, like August bank holiday's Harley Davidson biker rally, the Scarecrow Festival, the annual carnival and Baildon at Christmas. There's lots to see and do: the Victorian tramway at Shipley Glen runs at weekends and Roberts Park, although part of the Saltaire World Heritage Site, is within the Baildon boundary.
Please see attached for the latest newsletter from the Horticultural Society.
Posted: Thu, 02 Jul 2020 09:34 by Admin
Here is the latest newsletter from the Baildon Horticultural Society - lots of tips on what to do in your garden/on the plot this month, how to identify common weeds and how to care for chickens plus some tasty seasonal recipes.
Posted: Wed, 03 Jun 2020 10:24 by Admin
Please see the attached May newsletter from the Baildon Horticultural Society who run the allotment sites in Baildon - excellent advice on what to do now on your plot, in the garden or greenhouse at this time of the year, how to benefit wildlife and also some seasonal recipes and advice on foraging. Good lockdown reading!
Posted: Wed, 29 Apr 2020 10:44 by Admin