Archive for Month: January 2014

  • Children’s Centres

    Bingley’s Trinity 5 Rise centre was one of 8 petitions heard at the meeting of the Full Council on Tuesday protesting at the Labour council’s proposals to cut services in the outlying areas while protecting centres in their own wards. A lively debate followed the presentations and I spoke in support of the retention of…

  • Connect to Support

    A new website has been launched across the District to help people who would like to arrange their own social care support. Backed by the Council, people will be able to shop on line for services and products, access information about local groups and activities, and information and advice from the Council and other support…

  • Shelter offer advice

    Dear Cllr Heseltine, We know that one in 14 people in Yorkshire and The Humber fear they won’t be able to afford to pay the rent or mortgage at the end of this month. Yet many people in this situation would feel too ashamed to ask for help. Shelter’s helpline receives too many calls from…