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23 hours ago

Sams Cake Barn

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23 hours ago

Oxenhope Online

SHEEP ALERT! Sheep out on Long Causeway. ...

2 days ago

Oxenhope Online

URGENT Sheep stuck in ditch.Farmer Feather? ...

URGENT Sheep stuck in ditch.Farmer Feather?

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Little more detail on location.

Spud’s on his way. Xx

Rachel Ann

Rachel Ann xx

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2 days ago

David Boulder

The hole in the road at Hebden Br Rd junction with Church St has been reported to Beadford Council. It appears to be quite a large "air space" beneath the tarmac and the road has sagged 8-10" ...

2 days ago

Oxenhope Online

UPDATE: Reportedly found and home

Can anyone help?
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Found and home going by another post...

Glad its found

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2 days ago

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2 days ago

Julie E Watson

I have just been stopped by a man looking for his Dalmatian. Escaped from Haworth, full male, apparently very friendly. Any sightings can you let me know as I have his phone number. Thanks. ...

3 days ago

Oxenhope Online

Sheep out on road on Long Causeway near Dog and Gun. Farmer Clay? ...

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Jane Clay

John Kilby country life!

He's got them thankyou.

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4 days ago

Krisy Leach

Does anyone know where the nearest Girl Guide group is to Oxenhope? ...

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Caroline Starkey is there still one in oxenhope do you know

There’s still one based at St Mary’s. I can put you in touch, if you want to send a DM to St Mary’s page.

Yes but haven’t gone back yet since Covid If they go on the girl Guiding web site and they can ask to join a group any problems with oxenhope can come to Haworth in sept we have spaces

You have to register your interest on the girlguiding website www.girlguiding.org.uk/information-for-parents/register-your-daughter/

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5 days ago

Oxenhope Online

Dog found earlier today on oxenhope Moor. ...

5 days ago

Claire Anderson

Dog found earlier today on oxenhope Moor. ...

Dog found earlier today on oxenhope Moor.

5 days ago

Vicky Verdeyen

STOLEN last night (27.7.21) from Yate Lane Oxenhope between 10pm and 7am
Royal alloy GP 300 scooter
Reg number PX21 WNV

Please can everyone keep a look out and let the police know if seen or if you witnessed anything suspicious last night.

This bike was covered with a lock on, the lock was cut off, so to other bike owners, please be aware.
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STOLEN last night (27.7.21) from Yate Lane Oxenhope between 10pm and 7am
Royal alloy GP 300 scooter
Reg number PX21 WNV

Please can everyone keep a look out and let the police know if seen or if you witnessed anything suspicious last night. 

This bike was covered with a lock on, the lock was cut off, so to other bike owners, please be aware.

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That’s awful scumbags 😢😡

Might be nothing Vicky but last night our dog was going uncharacteristically nuts as if someone was near the house and the neighbour's car alarm was going off which it never does. That was late on but before midnight... Might give you a clue as to times? We'll ask the neighbours if anyone has CCTV.

Was it kept outside these scumbags roam around at night time looking for things to steal I thought I got followed home one night they seem to like the royal alloys for some reason quite a few been nicked on here hope you get it back in good condition.

What Pratt’s

Omg mine got nicked Sunday night and trashed hope you get it back and in a better condition than I got mine back bud

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6 days ago

Chris Smith

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6 days ago

Oxenhope Online

The Village Council has been working with Bradford to try and address rural fly tipping. Enforcement is one part of that activity and recent results are very welcome indeed!

Bradford Council Press Release: -

Earlier this year councillors approved an extra £300,000 in the budget to fight environmental crime, an investment which included funding for more mobile CCTV cameras.

Enforcement officers are now reaping the benefit by using them in fly-tipping hotspots around the district, including rural areas.

Recent targeting in and around Oxenhope has caught a number of fly-tippers red-handed, landing them with Fixed Penalty Notices (FPNs) of £400, or court prosecutions.

Exact numbers of FPNs or prosecutions will be collated later in the year as cases are still working their way through the legal process, but officers are already expressing satisfaction that the extra investment has already delivered value for money and are confident it will continue to be successful.

Cllr Sarah Ferriby, Bradford Council’s Executive Member for Healthy People and Places said: “Fly-tipping is a national problem which has been increasing everywhere in the country in the last few years, but we are determined to try to stem the tide.

“Every penny we spend combating this illegal behaviour is putting an extra burden on our Council Tax payers and taking money which could be used for other essential services such as social care and education.

“But It is becoming clear that this has been a very sound investment and we are getting some good results already.

“We will do everything we can to build on this recent success and take the fight to those anti-social elements who seek to damage our environment and our communities.

“There are plenty of ways to dispose of extra waste legally and cheaply so there is no need for rubbish to be dumped in our streets and in the countryside.

“The extra CCTV cameras will give us the opportunity to prevent more fly-tippers getting away with their crimes and - what is most important - persuade potential fly-tippers to think again.”

If you see fly-tipping taking place, please note down as many details as possible, including vehicle licence plate numbers and inform the Council.

Fly-tipping can be reported be calling the Council 01274 431000 or online at www.bradford.gov.uk.
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The Village Council has been working with Bradford to try and address rural fly tipping. Enforcement is one part of that activity and recent results are very welcome indeed! 

Bradford Council Press Release: -

Earlier this year councillors approved an extra £300,000 in the budget to fight environmental crime, an investment which included funding for more mobile CCTV cameras.

Enforcement officers are now reaping the benefit by using them in fly-tipping hotspots around the district, including rural areas.

Recent targeting in and around Oxenhope has caught a number of fly-tippers red-handed, landing them with Fixed Penalty Notices (FPNs) of £400, or court prosecutions.

Exact numbers of FPNs or prosecutions will be collated later in the year as cases are still working their way through the legal process, but officers are already expressing satisfaction that the extra investment has already delivered value for money and are confident it will continue to be successful.

Cllr Sarah Ferriby, Bradford Council’s Executive Member for Healthy People and Places said: “Fly-tipping is a national problem which has been increasing everywhere in the country in the last few years, but we are determined to try to stem the tide.

“Every penny we spend combating this illegal behaviour is putting an extra burden on our Council Tax payers and taking money which could be used for other essential services such as social care and education.

“But It is becoming clear that this has been a very sound investment and we are getting some good results already.

“We will do everything we can to build on this recent success and take the fight to those anti-social elements who seek to damage our environment and our communities.

“There are plenty of ways to dispose of extra waste legally and cheaply so there is no need for rubbish to be dumped in our streets and in the countryside.

“The extra CCTV cameras will give us the opportunity to prevent more fly-tippers getting away with their crimes and - what is most important - persuade potential fly-tippers to think again.”

If you see fly-tipping taking place, please note down as many details as possible, including vehicle licence plate numbers and inform the Council.

Fly-tipping can be reported be calling the Council 01274 431000 or online at www.bradford.gov.uk.

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That’s brilliant news - if there’s ever an organised litter pick along Hill House Edge Lane up to Halifax Sailing Club - count me in. It could be such a lovely area to walk and enjoy the views but it’s been totally ruined by fly tipping and litter. 😡

Good news. Shame the fine for offenders isn’t £4000 (or worse)

Make it easier for people to recycle and use the tip so less people fly tip 🤦‍♀️ I’m sure a lot more fly tipping started once permits were needed 🤔

It’s a pity they can’t name and shame the people convicted. Then make them do litter picking along that road for the year as community service. It’s a beautiful area and it’s been spoiled with massive green fences due to these idiots dumping there rubbish. Glad the cameras are working!!!!!!

Great news 👍

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1 week ago

Hannah Marie

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Feel free to inbox 📥 me if you have an questions or queries or need some support or encouragement prior to attending 👌🏻
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On this evening 7pm - 9pm 

100% free with no waiting list, no referral needed. Just turn up and you will be welcomed in by me Hannah ☺️

Feel free to inbox 📥 me if you have an questions or queries or need some support  or encouragement prior to attending 👌🏻

1 week ago

Jan Jan Jan

Hi just got my first puppy who is going through newspapers faster than I could have dreamed of 😂 I’m desperate for more could anyone please help? Not many people read them any more. 🙏 thanks! X ...

1 week ago

Sam Day

Could I make a polite request for people who park in the marked bays opposite the Rocking Horse nursery in Leeming to please try and avoid leaving half car length gaps between parked cars. I understand this is sometimes unavoidable as different sized vehicles may come and go, but parking up there is not great as it is. If we could all try and be a little more conscious, it would avoid people having to park in more awkward or dangerous places.

Thanks! 🙂
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1 week ago

Samantha Reeday

Not too late to sign up.
Starts tomorrow.
Make this summer the summer you improve your fitness level.
Get signed up today.
Sam x
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Not too late to sign up. 
Starts tomorrow. 
Make this summer the summer you improve your fitness level.
Get signed up today.
Sam x

1 week ago

Samantha Reeday

28th July Full
3rd Aug - 2 places left
10th Aug - 3 places left
16th Aug - 7 places left

Do not hesitate to get your kiddie winkles booked in.

Sam x
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28th July Full
3rd Aug - 2 places left
10th Aug - 3 places left
16th Aug - 7 places left

Do not hesitate to get your kiddie winkles booked in. 

Sam x

1 week ago

Michelle Mapstone

Why do the Word Academy holiday club this summer?

- Because it will be fun for your kids - a storytelling adventure!
- They will be learning from a qualified, experienced and successful English teacher
- It's the cheapest English tuition you will ever get!
- A chance for you to get some jobs done or do your job
- They will meet and have fun with other kids
- Make them love reading and literacy and gain some confidence with it too
- I can meet the needs of all ages 6-11 and make sure that their ability is catered for - I will push the higher end and support the lower end with the help of my trusty teaching assistant.
Call me on 07743378429 or got to Facebook.com/wordacademyoxenhope
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Why do the Word Academy holiday club this summer? 

 - Because it will be fun for your kids - a storytelling adventure!
 - They will be learning from a qualified, experienced and successful English teacher
 - Its the cheapest English tuition you will ever get!
 - A chance for you to get some jobs done or do your job
 - They will meet and have fun with other kids
 - Make them love reading and literacy and gain some confidence with it too
 - I can meet the needs of all ages 6-11 and make sure that their ability is catered for - I will push the higher end and support the lower end with the help of my trusty teaching assistant. 
Call me on 07743378429 or got to Facebook.com/wordacademyoxenhope

1 week ago

Oxenhope Online

Fabulous turn out for the Oxenhope Sculpture Trail opening this afternoon. If you haven’t completed the short walk yet, it’s well worth doing. Leaflets are available with QR codes linking to videos from each of the sculptors or you can view details here…
oxenhopevillagecouncil.gov.uk/sculpture-trail/
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More details, including the map and videos about each sculpture, available here oxenhopevillagecouncil.gov.uk/sculpture-trail/

Amazing turn out, wonderful sculptures.

I’ve noticed 3 so far

Elaine Pearson

Laminated maps will be displayed at all KWVR stations on Sunday 25/07/2021. There is also a notice board at the station entrance to Millenium Green with the same map.

Where can one obtain a leaflet?

Sculptures?

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1 week ago

Janet Walker

This is something you don’t usually see around midday at Oxenhope co op, no cars parked either side - bliss !
Is it because the new one is open in Haworth ?
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This is something you don’t usually see around midday at Oxenhope co op, no cars parked either side - bliss !
Is it because the new one is open in Haworth ?

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Think this might be a first Janet!

There was more cars parked there when the road was closed 😂

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1 week ago

Oxenhope Online

Anyone found a Thrasher black sweatshirt in Oxenhope? Beth lives in the village and says it was her favourite! Do your best. ...

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I’ve found it in the park. It’s now at my house for safe keeping. 2 Cross Farm Court.

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