Our feature pages are the more magazine type sections of the Hebweb, and will be regularly updated as new information or links become available.
GARDEN STREET - Hebden Bridge Web coverage of the controversial Garden Street proposed development over the past few years.
ASBESTOS AND THE LEGACY OF ACRE MILL: Hundreds of people in the Hebden Bridge area have died from asbestos related cancers, mainly contracted from working at Acre Mill in the 50s and 60s - the UK's biggest industrial disaster.
IAN COATES - Riding round the world on a Honda
- irregular reports from 2001 of Ian's trip round the world.
JOHN MORRISON - milltown revisited and farewell to milltown
PACE EGG PLAY - as performed each Ester,
history and photos, old and new
WILDLIFE in the Hebden Bridge region
TEN YEARS OF THE HEBDEN BRIDGE WEB
GIBSON MILL, Hardcastle Crags
Renovated with cafe and exhibition centre, using alternative technology.
- Lindsay Rimer: Ever since the Hebden Bridge Web started in 1995, there is one issue we have highlighted again and again: the murder of Lindsay. And we will continue to do so. Why has there been no arrest? Just what have the police done to find the murderer? Isn't it time for an independent team to review the police investigation?
- Thea's Diary: Thea's father and most of her family were murdered by the Nazis during Word War II,
added Monday, February 24, 2003
- Rural pub closures - a losing battle
- Trying their luck in South Africa: Letters from the Boer War - Peter Thomas investigates the story behind the brass plaque at the entrance to the HB Town Hall, one that is dedicated to the young men of Hebden Bridge who died in South Africa.
Wednesday, January 2, 2002
Local writer, John Morrson's open letter to the editor of the Hebden Bridge Times about the pulling of A Sideways Look from the October Green Page, and the paper's continued use of Bernard Ingham as its columnist - Wednesday, October 31, 2001
- Chris Stephenson reflects on September in the US
Friday, October 26, 2001
- Hebden Bridge Times and the Press Gazette
Tuesday, October 16, 2001
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