Clifton Village Community Association -
“ Bringing Our Community Together”
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This website is aimed at both the residents of Clifton and Visitors to the area. Here you can find information on the History of Clifton, Community Activities and Clubs & Societies within the area. Information of Events are listed as well as an overview of some great places to Eat Out and of Local Businesses. If you have any News or Information that might be of interest then let us know by clicking the Contact Us.
Welcome To Our Village
“Is 20 Plenty” Wheelie Bin Sticker
Did you get a “is 20 plenty?” sticker through the door??? If you did, please can you stick this on your wheelie bin, or in a prominent position outside your house. This is an important message we need to get across to people and could really do with your help. Thanks
Scarecrow & Beer Festival -
Build a Scarecrow at your house where it can be viewed by passers by, this years theme is Disney Characters.
During the weekend of the festival Clifton Village residents can collect a map of where the Scarecrows have been built, complete a tour to view them, and vote for the best three Disney themed scarecrows.
Timescale for Entries; An application form is included within this leaflet, all entries must be completed by 25th July and can be handed in with a £5 entry fee at The Black Horse Inn Reception. Once an entry has been made Scarecrows should be completed and ready for viewing by 7th September. Clifton residents can view scarecrows anytime throughout the week but final viewing's will take place during the weekend of the festival and prizes awarded on Sunday 14th September. Voting forms should be handed in on the day of the festival.
New Book History of Clifton-
Brighouse and District Historical Society have recently published my third book about
the history of Clifton. This one, 'Clifton War Memorial', describes the building
of the Memorial and the early lives and untimely deaths of the 32 men whose names
are inscribed on it.
'Clifton War Memorial' is available in Brighouse at Harrison Lord Gallery and Just Books but if anyone wishes further details about the book or individual soldiers they can contact me at email@example.com and I will be pleased to send the information.