Here at Ossett Civic Society, we are very proud of the rich heritage that our beautiful town has and want to make sure that residents of our town can continue to say that for a very long time.
Planning applications are made all of the time and we endeavour to keep everyone informed as developments occur. If you spot anything that you think we should know about, or simply want to ask a question or raise a point, please click on this link to email us directly. (if the link doesn't work for you, our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org)
The wonderful Town Hall (Click here for a virtual tour) is about to have two million pounds of repairs and improvements!
Ossett Civic Trust (Our old name) have already got a blue plaque ready to be attached to the building.
This extract is taken from Ossett.net:
"The Grade II listed Town Hall is one of Ossett's most iconic buildings and has been deservedly nominated for a real Blue Plaque. Built in 1908, the Town Hall served as a civic centre, magistrates court and offices for Ossett Borough Council until 1974 when Ossett became part of Wakefield Metropolitan District Council. The public hall has served as a concert hall, dance hall, venue for school speech days and indoor market area. Sadly, with only parts of the Town Hall in regular use, the building is now falling into disrepair. "