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4 hours ago

Oxenhope Online

BE AWARE
Goats are loose on the road below The Waggon and Horses on the Hebden Bridge Road once again.
Please can owners be informed.
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20 hours ago

Oxenhope Online

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Vivienne Hanson Susan Briggs Tillotson FYI x

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21 hours ago

Quickline Comms

☀ WE'RE READY FOR A SUMMER OF FUN IN OXENHOPE ☀

We'll be providing FREE face painting and fun mini games throughtout the day, as well as telling you all about the lightening fast speeds we are able to bring to you and the Oxenhope area.

📅 Monday 15th August
📍 Oxenhope Recreation Ground
🕗 11am - 3pm

We're looking forward to seeing you all there!
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☀ WERE READY FOR A SUMMER OF FUN IN OXENHOPE ☀

Well be providing FREE face painting and fun mini games throughtout the day, as well as telling you all about the lightening fast speeds we are able to bring to you and the Oxenhope area.

📅 Monday 15th August
📍 Oxenhope Recreation Ground
🕗 11am - 3pm

Were looking forward to seeing you all there!

1 day ago

Sarah Milligan

Last week we collected our documents from the solicitor regarding our house. Amongst it is old deads and legal documents regarding ownership as far back as 1900. The first owner recorded was a gentleman called John Pighills. Not a very common surname. My mothers maiden name. My father did a family tree and I remember having connections with oxenhope. There is unfortunately lots of John Pighills. I wonder if anyone could help to marry up dates etc to see if it's fate that lead me here. ...

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Sending a PM

Look on census

John pighills by you may be able to help

Mixheal pighills was our house owner sorry. His dons were John and Robert. He left this house to a Mary appleyard.

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3 days ago

Oxenhope Online

Sharing a post from the Police: -

A heads up about a team of what we used to call "bogus prop men" currently operating in Halifax, but have worked further afield. Pushing flyers through doors under the name of "Stormproof Roofing" and targeting particularly the elderly and vulnerable. Using a white Transit Reg. No: MF54XRP.

Previously operated as A1 Roofing and Guttering, they have classic reviews on line for ripping off the elderly and not returning calls etc.

Today they were removing the rendering from a house owned by an elderly man with a disabled wife, in between drinking alcohol on the job all day and then squaring up to fight amongst themselves before driving off.

For anyone with elderly neighbours or relatives, please make sure they don't take on con men like these. Decent builders / roofers are booked up until well into next year. Any gang going round putting flyers through letterboxes should raise a big red flag.
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Thanks for letting us know.

We got a flyer threw from theses and I am on parkwood Street

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3 days ago

Oxenhope Online

Sheep invasion on Stones! Farmer? ...

Sheep invasion on Stones! Farmer?Image attachment

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The sheep have now left and carried on down stone lane, thanks

Linda Herd?

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3 days ago

Tina Booth

Hi we have had a package delivered apparently around the 26 July . The company has juse provided us with a picture of where it was left .
Not sure where it is , anybody received this ? Thanks 😊
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Hi  we have had a package delivered apparently around the 26 July . The company has juse provided us with a picture of where it was left . 
Not sure where it is , anybody received this ? Thanks 😊

3 days ago

Val Smith

UPDATE sorted
Posting for a friend from yesterday evening. Possibly Clays?
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UPDATE sorted
Posting for a friend from yesterday evening. Possibly Clays?Image attachment

4 days ago

Claire Lindsey Atkinson- Hall

Afternoon

We hate to do this - we have teenagers and we know it’s summer

BUT if anyone know that their kids are out and about today and walking up near us at the Waggon and Horses, they need a chat please

Throwing stone and swearing at us in our home and business isn’t acceptable behaviour for any age

Walking and flagging cars down so folk are having to swerve to avoid and running back and forth 60mph road isn’t smart

Calling names, spitting and swearing when all we ask is that they didn’t throw stones at windows or stand in the middle of the road for their own safety isn’t clever

Police informed as walking approx 10/12 of them up the main road towards Hebden Bridge - in the middle with no consideration for their own safety and those of car users travelling.

I have photos but l don’t agree with posting kids faces online - but if you know your teen - boys and girls approx 14/16 years have headed out today worth an ask, and a chat

Thank you
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4 days ago

Oxenhope Online

Goat on road near Lamb Inn. ...

Goat on road near Lamb Inn.

4 days ago

Oxenhope Online

Children's glasses found on field in the park this morning. Message/call on 07951 318446 if they belong to your child. ...

Childrens glasses found on field in the park this morning. Message/call on 07951 318446 if they belong to your child.

5 days ago

Hannah Bury

I found a ring on a footpath on Penistone Hill today. I’d love to get it back to its owner. Please message with a description if it’s yours. Thanks
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5 days ago

Oxenhope Online

Anyone able to contact the farmer who owns these fields? A section of wall along the steep public footpath going up to Height Lane, has broken up and there looks to be a gap for livestock to escape if there were any in there. ...

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Thank you for alerting us to this my Father (Mike) went down to take a look earlier. This isn’t on our land but the Farmer is aware of what has happened and will sort it out in due course.

Mr Sunderland is the farmer of land on left of wall. Mike on Height lane owns the right hand side of wall.

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5 days ago

Jenni Boocock

Anyone able to contact the farmer who owns these fields? A section of wall along the steep public footpath going up to Height Lane, has broken up and there looks to be a gap for livestock to escape if there were any in there. ...

Anyone able to contact the farmer who owns these fields? A section of wall along the steep public footpath going up to Height Lane, has broken up and there looks to be a gap for livestock to escape if there were any in there.

6 days ago

Simon Paul Woodvine Mbe

KEEP THE BEAT DRUM CIRCLE LANCASHIRE AND YORKSHIRE.

GREAT NEWS.

Weekly African Drum Circle based in Crossroads Village (near Haworth). On Sunday afternoon's 2pm till 3.30pm.

If anybody would like to start a new hobby / learn and play mainly West African Rhythms in a relaxed and fun atmosphere you are more than Welcome to join us. New and Experienced Drummers alike.

Please contact Simon on 07376 616388 / 01535 250600 or email woodvinesimon@gmail.com for further details and information.

Drum Hire is available for the session.
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KEEP THE BEAT DRUM CIRCLE LANCASHIRE AND YORKSHIRE. 

GREAT NEWS. 

Weekly African Drum Circle based in Crossroads Village (near Haworth). On Sunday afternoons 2pm till 3.30pm.

If anybody would like to start a new hobby / learn and play mainly West African Rhythms in a relaxed and fun atmosphere you are more than Welcome to join us. New and Experienced Drummers alike. 

Please contact Simon on 07376 616388 / 01535 250600 or email woodvinesimon@gmail.com for further details and information.

Drum Hire is available for the session.

6 days ago

Aj Wd

Hi found this dog harness in millennium square just now put it on the notice board as u entry the square. ...

Hi found this dog harness in millennium square just now put it  on the notice board as u entry the square.

6 days ago

Oxenhope Online

Looking for a gift?
Reg Hindley’s books “Oxenhope - the making of a Pennine Community” and “Exploring Oxenhope - where to go and what to see” have been reprinted by kind permission of the family and are available to purchase from the Village Council’s online shop. Profits to Manorlands.

oxenhopevillagecouncil.gov.uk/shop/
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Looking for a gift? 
Reg Hindley’s books “Oxenhope - the making of a Pennine Community” and “Exploring Oxenhope - where to go and what to see” have been reprinted by kind permission of the family and are available to purchase from the Village Council’s online shop. Profits to Manorlands.

https://oxenhopevillagecouncil.gov.uk/shop/Image attachment

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Reg Hindley ought to be credited in the post as the researcher and author for these fascinating books - his learning and affection for the village were immense and many will remember his talks and walks.

Freddie Clarke bet mum would like these

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6 days ago

Oxenhope Online

On today, 11am-3pm. ...

On today, 11am-3pm.

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Melissa Fletcher

Tori Anne Bingham

Michelle Wood

Jodie Louise

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7 days ago

Oxenhope Online

**UPDATE** Just travelled length of Trough Lane no sign of any sheep.
Lots of sheep loose on Trough Lane.
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**UPDATE** Just travelled length of Trough Lane no sign of any sheep.
Lots of sheep loose on Trough Lane.

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Made their own way back into the fields perhaps?

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