Author: James Laycock
Improvements at Fairbank Wood
Baildon Town Council is delighted to be able to fund some of the improvements being undertaken by the Baildon Green Community Association at Fairbank Wood (also known as Knoll Wood), Green Lane, Baildon. A meeting of the Council's Environment Committee on 26th October granted a sum of just over £1900 to match funding from Bradford Council.
The immediate actions proposed by the Baildon Green Community... Read More »
Posted: Thu, 04 Nov 2021 13:14 by James Laycock
The Saltaire Festival 2021 is on until 19th September
A reminder that the Saltaire Festival 2021 is on until 19th September. See the programme for further details.
Posted: Wed, 15 Sep 2021 11:57 by James Laycock
Baildon Town Council supports permanent one way system on Hallcliffe
Please see the attached for Baildon Town Council's position on the one way system on Hallcliffe. More information will be posted as it is received.
Posted: Mon, 13 Sep 2021 12:24 by James Laycock
Community groups' reports available on our website
The community groups funded by Baildon Town Council continue to provide a fantastic range of support and services for our residents.
Their latest reports, showcasing their work, can now be read on our Community Development page https://www.baildontowncouncil.gov.uk/community-development1.html
Posted: Mon, 29 Mar 2021 14:54 by James Laycock
Baildon Town Council funds more great community initiatives
Baildon Town Council have helped more community initiatives this month. The Community Committee agreed to give a grant of £250 to the Hoyle Court/Kirkland Avenue residents group so that they can organise a community picnic 'reunion' once Lockdown restrictions are lifted.
Baildon Rounders are setting up a group where adults in Baildon can come together to play friendly games of rounders and hope... Read More »
Posted: Mon, 29 Mar 2021 14:51 by James Laycock
Grant award to Baildon Men's Health Group
Baildon Town Council was pleased to support the crucial work of the Baildon Men's Health Group, which works to prevent loneliness and isolation of men in the area. The grant of £500 will help them continue their community work.
Posted: Mon, 15 Mar 2021 11:16 by James Laycock