Communities along the Calder Valley in West Yorkshire have been hit by severe flooding caused by Storm Ciara.Read the full story ›
Homes have been flooded, power cut and roads blocked in the Calder Valley which is only now recovering from severe floods four years ago.Read the full story ›
Flood warning sirens will be sounded across the Upper Calder Valley as part of a live training exercise 'Operation Calderdale17'.Read the full story ›
Emergency services pulled together when a motorist careered 50 feet down a ravine on Rishworth Moor in West Yorkshire.Read the full story ›
The festival, which is now in it's 10th year, celebrates the Town's homemade artwork.Read the full story ›
Labour leader Jeremy Corby has been in the Calder Valley today where he called on more help for flood victims.
Local residents say one of the main issues causing surface flooding is blocked drains - with some describing last week's flash flooding as a 'near miss'. Chris Kiddey reports.
Councillors will discuss a new strategy to manage flood risk in the Calder Valley later.
The area was badly hit by the Boxing Day floods last year. Calderdale Council is working with the Environment Agency.
Hundreds of people have attended a Remembrance Sunday service in the Calder valley. The Hebden Bridge Band led a parade through town to St James Church in Mytholm.
Calderdale Council has announced plans for a further £3million boost to the flood fundRead the full story ›
Hundreds turned out to watch the Easter Pace Egg plays, performed in the Calder Valley on good Friday.
The play is said to be one of the oldest in the world. It sees good triumphing over evil and characters include st George, the King of Egypt, and the bold slasher.
The pics above show the play being acted out in Heptonstall, first by pupils of Calder High School in Mytholmroyd, then by an adult cast.