The flood warning sirens in Todmorden, Hebden Bridge and Mytholmroyd have been sounded this morning as part of a live training exercise.Read the full story ›
Fire crews in West Yorkshire say they are tackling a blaze at an activity centre in Todmorden.Read the full story ›
Police are concerned for the welfare of an 81-year-old man who has gone missing from Todmorden.
Michael Connor was last seen around 11pm on Friday August 5th in Todmorden centre believed to be making his way home but has so far not made it.
Mr Connor is described as 5' 10" tall, slim build. He is believed to be wearing a dark coloured wax barbour style coat with a belt around the waist and may have a walking stick.
West Yorkshire Police are making a fresh appeal for information to help trace Antony Hill.
The 19-year-old, who also uses the names of Antony Richie and Antoine Richis, was reported missing on February 22. Police believe he may have been seen two days later in Manchester City Centre.
He is described as 5ft 10in, very slim build and short dark hair.
Police know that he has links across Greater Manchester and Lancashire, as well as in the upper valley area of Calderdale.
Police are appealing for information to find a man missing from Todmorden.
Daniel Holmes, aged 26, from Pudsey Road, Todmorden, was last seen yesterday at his home address.
He is described as white male, 5ft 11", average build, short dark brown hair and unshaven.
We are concerned for Daniel as are his family, and are appealing for anyone who has information about his whereabouts to come forward as soon as possible."
Delays of up to 40 minutes can be expected on Northern Rail services between Hebden Bridge, Todmorden and Blackburn due to safety checks being made between Burnley Manchester Road and Hebden Bridge.
It is snowing on the hills above Todmorden in West Yorkshire this morning.
Thieves have stolen £20,000 worth of bikes from a flood-hit West Yorkshire cycle supplier.
The Cycle Factory in Todmorden has only been open three months. It was hit by the Boxing Day floods which submerged many homes and businesses in the town.
The owners had managed to salvage stock from the floodwaters but returned next day to find looters had taken nine bikes.
It's indescribable when you come in and find the place flooded and the huge clean up that's on and how low you feel about that. Then wake up the next morning and find out you have also been robbed and have lost so much salvageable stock that you have managed to save and keep safe. It's just heartbreaking.
Meanwhile on Tuesday, the clear-up operation was well underway across West Yorkshire.
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