30 local groups to talk about their activities
Wednesday, 17 October 2018
Each year, the Hebden Bridge Partnership (organised jointly with Hebden Bridge Community Association) invites local community organisations to talk about what they've been up to, and what they're planning. This year, over 30 groups have accepted the invitation.
Monday 22nd October 7-9pm: Waterfront Hall, Hebden Bridge Town Hall
- HB Arts Festival
- Bridge Rectifier HB
- Business Forum
- Calder Future
- Calder Rivers Trust
- Calder Valley Community Land Trust
- HB Community Association
- HB Disability Access Forum
- HB Flood Group
- Fox and Goose Co-operative
- Friends of the Picture House
- Friends of Hebden Bridge Station
- Happy Valley Pride
- Hebden Royd Town Council
- Hebden Royd & Hilltop Parishes neighbourhood plan
- HB Literary & Scientific Society
- HB Little Theatre
- HB Local History Society
- HB Partnership
- HB Piano Festival
- HB Rotary Club
- Royd Regeneration
- Slow the Flow
- UCVR Sustainable Transport Group
- Hebden Bridge & Mytholmroyd Town Development Board
- HB Trades Club
- HB Twinning Society
- Upper Calder Valley Renaissance
- Wainsgate Chapel
- HB Walkers Action
What an active town we are!
In order to make the evening manageable, each group is usually limited to 2-3 minutes.
The majority of the Hebden Bridge Partnership’s October public meeting (organised jointly with Hebden Bridge Community Association) is given over to these short presentations by just some of the towns' many enterprising community organisations, who do so much to make the town an interesting place to live and work.
There couldn’t be a better way to learn about the huge range of activities they’re organising and your opportunity to join in with some of them.
It’s also the AGM of the Hebden Bridge Partnership where, in addition to the usual annual meeting business, member organisations will have the opportunity to vote on a small change to HBP articles of Association concerning the re-election of its directors. Email for more information.
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