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Dave Young retains Calder Ward for Labour.

Labour takes Luddendenfoot.

Labour now have overall control of Calderdale Council.

More details and list, profiles and photos of candidates

Labour Labour retain control of Hebden Royd Town Council taking 15 of the 18 seats. The Liberal-Democrats took the remaining 3 seats. See below for details. More details (Updated 4 May) and list, profiles and photos of candidates.

Calderdale Council Elections See the list of candidates for the Calder and Luddendenfoot wards - Lab, Lib-Dem, Con and Green are contesting both.

Hebden Royd Town Council elections - 27 candidates are competing for the 18 council seats which come up for election every 4 years.

Hebden Bridge Burlesque FestivalHebden Bridge Burlesque Festival - from 2-5 May, has revealed that this year’s event has broken Box Office records, with over 1000 tickets sold so far for this year’s events. Read more about the Festival (25 April)

Folk Roots FestivalHebden Bridge Folk Roots Festival takes place over the weekend of 10-12 May. Now in its fifth year, the Festival will feature a wonderful mix of artists, dancers, storytellers and musicians. For the latest news about who, when and where, click here. (22 April)

Kate RadfordKate Radford presents DROUGHT The Hebden Bridge based performance artist is at Hope Baptist Church on 17 May before taking her show on to California. More info and links (23 April)

Piano FestivalBig names sign up for highly-acclaimed Piano Festival - Hebden Bridge packs a surprisingly large cultural punch. On the music front, the Piano Festival (26-28 April) led the way with an annual action-packed celebration of the piano and piano music in all its varied forms. Read more

Wilkinson WoodwardFree Legal Advice Service Launches in Hebden Bridge. Solicitors Wilkinson Woodward have launched new drop-in sessions, from 1pm to 4pm on the last Friday of every month at Welcome Independent Living's Community Hub in Market Street. More info (9 April)

Climate protestCalderdale joins International Climate Rebellion - People from Hebden Bridge, Mytholmroyd, Todmorden and Halifax will be travelling down to London this week to join with thousands of others from across the UK in acts of mass peaceful civil disobedience. Read more

Hanging basketsHanging baskets for your business this summer! Organised by the Town Council, the price of one beautiful hanging basket is £40 including installation and removal, watering and feeding throughout the summer. More info (18 April)

Duck RaceEaster Monday Duck Race: Tickets were available in the Square over the weekend. The Rotary Club has told the HebWeb of some of the causes supported with the money raised. Read more

Good Friday Pace Egg Plays - David Burnop: 40 years as The Doctor

Heptonstall Players would like to congratulate David Burnop on his 40th year as The Doctor, and invite you all to toast his health, and continuing endurance, in Heptonstall at The Pace Egg Play was on Good Friday 19th April 2019. Read more and download the poster and see details of showings of Midgley Pace Play.

Pace Egg 2019

Calling all gardeners

Calling all gardeners Hebden Bridge Arts Festival is issuing an appeal for gardeners to join their Open Gardens weekend in July. Read more.

PyreneesPyrenees by Alan David Greig is the next production at the Little Theatre (15-20 April). A man is found lying in the snow at the foot of the Pyrenees. He remembers nothing, but believes he is British. Jenny Gore directs a talented cast. More info

Lunchtime Live

April's Lunchtime Live was on Saturday, 13 April from 1-4pm and included music from Microphone Jack, Jacky's Fantastic, Isaac Hughes Dennis and Blt63’s music. Pay as you can afford. An event for all the community. More info

Film Festival

With attendance over 2000 and a Picture House full house for Wild Rose, The first ever Hebden Bridge Film Festival took place from Friday 22 to Sunday 24 March and was an overwhelming success. It was announced at the end of the Festival that it will return next year. Read report (1 April)

May Local Elections: voters in our area will be able to choose one Calderdale councillor for the Calder Ward which covers Hebden Bridge, and one for the Luddendenfoot Ward which covers Mytholmroyd - and this year, all 18 councillors of Hebden Royd Town Council. Nominations close 4pm, 3 April.

Craig Whittaker votes for no deal. Our Calder Valley MP voted against 7 of the 8 options MPs were given last night to resolve the Brexit Crisis. He voted for the UK to leave Europe with no deal. More info. Update: our MP voted against all 4 options to resolve the crisis on Monday evening, 1 April (Updated 2 April)

Climate Emergency declared!

Climate Emergency declared

Hebden Royd Town Council has declared that Hebden Royd should be carbon neutral as soon as possible. Both our Town Council and Calderdale Council have agreed to face up to 'the issue of our time’ - the climate emergency. Read more (25 March)

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Film Festival programmeHebden Bridge Film Festival was held over weekend of 22-24 March. The Festival showcased 12 exciting films, a film competition, Q+A's with the festival's patron Maxine Peake and Jessica Hynes who will talk about her new film. More info

Protecting your property from flooding Residents and businesses concerned about the heavy rainfall brought by Storm Hannah are being advised to take action now to prepare their property for any future incidents. More info (21 March)


Station Passenger Lifts take first passengers, this morning, Tuesday, 19 March 2019. Read more

PeterlooRemembering Peterloo with Alan Fowler A sunny Monday, 200 years ago, 16 August, 1819 in Manchester. A peaceful, lively meeting of 60,000 men, women and children, calling for the vote and political reform. The cavalry charged: 15 dead and 600 injured. Read report of Local History lecture. (19 March)

Linda GreenLinda Green's new Hebden Bridge novel, set in Pecket Well, Hebden Bridge and Heptonstall, tells the story of 3 generations of women and a "babies at the bottom of the garden" confession. Linda signed copies at a launch event on 13th March. More info.

MytholmroydThe changing face of Mytholmroyd Ambitious plans to 'enhance' the appearance of Mytholmroyd centre are being discussed by Calderdale Council’s Cabinet. More info. (11 March)

Lunchtime Live

Celebration of ‘International Women Everywhere’ On Saturday 9 March, Lunchtime Live had performancs from Ruth Nielson, Kate Radford, Ruby O’Hare and Gloria Jeffries More info (4 March)

Grouse estates investigated over heather burning including our own local Walshaw Moor who wouldn't go along with the voluntary agreement other estates signed up to. See Guardian article (25 Feb)

Battle of Heptonstall

The Battle of Heptonstall - a play and public lecture was prepared for February 2019, to remember this 1643 battle of the English Civil War. The play was produced with local actors and with the help of local residents. Read more, along with photos from Bruce Cutts and video from Nick Wilding. From 28 Feb - 2 March.

CanalCanal towpath - plans for walking and cycling: Work will start this Spring on a £2.1m scheme to improve cycling and walking access on a 6 km section of the Rochdale Canal towpath between Hebden Bridge and Todmorden. Read more

Community plans for affordable homes turned down - Calder Valley Land Trust has told the HebWeb that it is enormously disappointed at the decision by Calderdale’s planning committee to reject proposals for new affordable homes to rent in Hebden Bridge. Read more

Air Pollution is a serious problem in some parts of Hebden Bridge, along the A646. What can be done about it? See this HebWeb Forum thread.

Flood measures will benefit Hebden Bridge and surrounding areas. "Work is under way on a £2.6 million project to plant woods, restore peat bog and slow water flow in streams to protect thousands of homes from flooding." See this ITV news report (28 Jan)

Hebden Bridge artist Kate Lycett featured in Yorkshire Post feature

Hebden Bridge: How a thriving town lost its last bank: This Guardian article reports that, "Residents feel angry and let down as Lloyds departs, but one man (David Fletcher) has a plan to fill the gap." Only a few years ago, Hebden Bridge had five full time banks. The last one, Lloyds, closed last week. Read article (26 Jan)

Petition for Electric Valley: A petition calling for the electrification of the Calder Valley line has been launched by Calderdale Council as part of its campaign for greater investment in the service. Read more.

Europe: Craig Whittaker, our Calder Valley MP, voted with the 201 others who supported Theresa May's deal. (15 Jan)

Take Back the LandTake back the Land - camp and occupation
The Land Justice Network is organising Take Back The Land: a camp and occupation near Hebden Bridge. Around Walshaw Moor. All welcome: they plan to protest, hold workshops, sing songs, and take action to call for land reform. More info (4 May)

Martin WareIn Conversation with Martyn Ware One of the founders of British synthpop Martyn Ware is coming to the Trades Club to talk about his trailblazing career in The Human League and Heaven 17. Read more. (3 May)

Music Video made in Hebden Bridge: a short film by Lyla Rose featuring US group Spud Cannon, using local countryside and The Picture House. See short film. (1 May)

George MurphyMurphy's Lore 18  -   Japanese combovers, strange greetings, Titsalina Bumsquash, keeping up to scratch in the bedroom, May Day memories, Romeo and Juliet and The Tod Triangle feature this week, in the latest of George Murphy’s columns for the HebWeb. Read more (24 April)


Hebden Bridge Cohousing Interest Day Calder Valley Cohousing group are holding a one day event on cohousing on Saturday May 4th at the Birchcliffe Centre, Hebden Bridge. More info

Crown Street JewellersCrown Street Jewellers to Close Owners of the family run jewellers, Riverstones Fine Jewellery on Crown Street have announced that they intend to close the store. Read more (29 April)

Hepton SingersHepton Singers concert celebrates European choral music. This year’s concert maintains the usual challenging programming of early music and contemporary choral works. Read more. (28 April)

Robbie ColtraneFrom HebWeb archives
Robbie Coltrane at the Dock Pudding Contest in 2007. On Sunday, it’s the 2019 Contest (See What’s On). Here's how it went in 2007 with HebWeb report, photos and video.

Calling cricketers Hebden Bridge Cricket Club's 2019 season is just getting under way. We play friendly matches most weekends throughout the summer at Salem and away and rate enthusiasm over skill. Contact club captain Richard Tranmer 07808 092101 or email (26 April)

Job Vacancy at the Town Hall
Part-time Book Keeper required for the Cafe and the Community Association. For a full specification and details of how to make an application, please click here. (19 April)

John HegleyJohn Hegley’s Easter offer Poet John Hegley is back in Calder Valley thanks to Hebden Bridge Arts Festival with a gig at the Town Hall on Wednesday, 8 May. More info

Town Council to unveil WW1 Plaques in the Memorial Gardens in Hebden Bridge and Mytholmroyd on 8 May.

Banking in Hebden Bridge: 'The only banks left in Hebden Bridge are grass ones down by the river'. See this weekend's article on the bankless town of Hebden Bridge in This is Money (14 April)

Warstein and St Pol celebrate 55 years of Twinning: A delegation from the Town Council and the Twinning Society (HBTS) visited our twin towns. Warstein (Germany) and St Pol-sur-Ternoise (France), to celebrate 55 years of twinning,last weekend in Warstein. Read more (12 April)

ArtsMillArtsmill Exhibition - Paintings by Jane Walker Todmorden artist Jane Walker started painting in her early 50s, having had no previous art experience. Her Exhibition runs from 17 April with a preview this Sunday. More info

u3aSaltaire and Salt’s Mill after the death of Titus Salt was the topic of a recent U3A meeting with speaker, Maria Glot, Saltaire’s Historical Storyteller, including ‘The Curse of Milner Field’. Read report. (7 April)

Picture HousePicture House Vacancy Hebden Royd Town Council is seeking an usher for the Hebden Bridge Picture House, 6 hours per week, to work regular hours each weekend plus occasional overtime hours. Read more. (4 April)

Life and Death in Hebden Bridge 1851- 1901 For those searching for clues about their family history, census returns are now available to search on-line. The records can give a picture of a community. Anne Mealia, a genealogist and historical researcher, shared the results of her analysis of records for Hebden Bridge from 1851 to 1901. with the Local History Society. Read more (3 April)

Me, You & George ClooneyMe, You & George Clooney Nellie and Nigel become friends at Halifax Square Chapel. Playwrights rarely choose social care as a subject but new play Me, You & George Clooney focuses on the strong bond between Nellie and her care worker Nigel. Read more (3 April)

Station lifts not working: Network Rail is awaiting a part and it is hoped the lifts will be working again within a few days. Read more (31 March)

Liberal Democrat member and candidate suspended after "inappropriate posts and images on his Facebook profile." Timothy Weston Foulds has also agreed to withdraw his Lib-Dem canditure for election to Hebden Royd Town Council. Read more (29 March)

River by Andrew Smith

The River, photographed this bright sping day by Andrew Smith. Click to enlarge. (28 March)

Comedy Comedy comes to the Little Theatre: Those disappointed by closure of the Comedy Club in Hebden Bridge will be pleased to welcome a new venture at the Little Theatre. Top acts from the comedy circuit, TV and radio will be appearing on Sunday 28th April in the opening night of Canalside Comedy at the town’s 115-seater theatre. Read more. (27 March)

HebWeb discussion: Canal towpath - should headphones be banned? Doctors - long waits for appointments and questioning by non-medical staff. Dogs: what’s happens to those plastic bags on pathways?

Slow the FlowNatural Flood Management Conference: the Town Council and Slow The Flow Calderdale have joined forces to stage a conference for 30-31 March, designed for people living with flood risk in their own communities. More info

Big Spring Clean2019 Big Spring Clean - from 22nd - 31st March, teams from community groups, schools, residents and businesses will be sponsored £60 to their chosen local charity or project, for taking part in the annual clean-up of our area. More info

Tez IlyasLaughing for Palestine was at the Trades Club. Mock the Week's Tez Ilyas topped the bill on Thurs, 21 March in a fundraiser for the Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions. More info

Arts FestivalArts Festival Open Meeting was a chance to shape the Festival. Weds 20 March. And an opportunity to meet the festival Artistic Director Helen Meller and the Festival Board. Read more

Greening the EconomyGreening the Economy: Report of the well attended meeting of 9 March organised by Calderdale Compass and details of the Mytholmroyd meeting coming up on 25 March. More info (18 March)

Pennine Heritage secures National Lottery support for a programme to restore and maintain the Birchcliffe Centre, new marketing campaign to get local groups, businesses, residents and visitors more involved and advice on improving working arrangements. More info (17 March)

Sunday 17 March - all flood warnings and alerts have been lifted.

STORM HANNAH: FLOOD WARNINGS AND SIREN in Hebden Bridge sounded around 3pm, 16 March. Flood warnings were in place for Hebden Bridge, Mytholmroyd and Todmorden. Tod flood siren went just after 5pm. The River Calder in Hebden Bridge peaked around 6pm at 2.11 metres (compared with 3.63 metres, Boxing Day 2015) and by 7.30pm had declined slightly. By midnight was down nearly half a metre.

See the Facebook Flood Support group for more info (16 March, 12 midnight)

WildflowersNew Wildflower Site in Mytholmroyd: Hebden Royd Town Council are adding a touch of colour to Mytholmroyd with a new project to plant a wildflower meadow at Hawksclough, a site currently full of dock weed and ragwort. Read more (14 March)

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Huffington Post on Hebden Bridge: "You will find a town that was almost abandoned, but brought back to life by hippies, artists and lesbians looking for a place to make a life." Written by Sean Pert, who continues: "The town doesn't just tolerate its LGBT+ community, it values and embraces us." Read more (28 Feb)

Hebden Bridge leaflet 2019

2019 Hebden Bridge leaflet:
On this Tourist Info page
, you can download a copy of the Hebden Bridge Tourism Guide 2019, and also a constantly updated separate and downloadable pdf list of Hebden Bridge’s 2019 festivals and events. (2 March)

Fined £100 waiting for appointment with the doctor at Grange Dene Medical Centre. See this thread in HebWeb Forum (22 Feb)

Climate Protest: "Around 100 schoolchildren from across Calderdale joined in Hebden Bridge this morning to protest against a lack of Government action on climate change." Read Courier report

Pennine MusicHeptonstall's Pennine Spring Music Festival from 27 May to 1 June led by new orchestral Director, Orr Guy, featuring. This year you'll hear Prokofiev, Cole Porter, Mozart, Tchaikovsky and more. More info. (15 Feb)


No banks. No petrol. Lloyds Bank was the last bank left in Hebden Bridge. It closed this month. Shepherds was the last petrol garage still open in Hebden Bridge. It stopped selling petrol this month. (25 Jan)

Happy Valley PrideHappy Valley Pride 2019 promises bigger, better and bawdy - an eclectic, alternative and inclusive, week-long festival for everyone. Celebrating LGBT+ life in our area, it will be earlier than in previous years, from 22 to 28 July 2019. More info. (24 Jan)

ArtsmillArtsmill Exhibition: Where Earth Meets Sky - Claire Murray's work embraces the rich and dramatic landscapes and seascapes of the North, concerning mainly ideas of memory and recall, and ru nning from 23 Jan until 10 Feb. More info

Crowdfunding for Waterside Fold, near the Little Park, to pay for legal representation against the developer. Many of the nearby residents are retired and elderly. See latest HebWeb Forum thread with links to previous discussions. (15 Jan)

Hebble Hole

Repairs to Hebble Hole bridge now complete. Read more (4 Jan)

Happy New Year to all HebWeb readers - events coming up early in 2019 include the Film Festival, Potato Day, Cafe Culture, Trades Club Quiz, Quadrophenia, Ceilidh at Mytholmroyd, the Battle of Heptonstall, Remembering Peterloo, a talk on the Lost houses of the South Pennines by Kate Lycett and much more. See What's On (2 Jan)

Hebden Bridge In February

Hebden Bridge Film Festival

Maxine PeakeHebden Bridge Film Festival - with Maxine Peake as patron - Hebden Bridge is to host an international Film Festival, from 22nd- 24th March 2019 at the Picture House and the Town Hall. Louise Wadley, Director, of the Festival, told the HebWeb, "We are absolutely thrilled to announce Maxine Peake as our Patron." Read more (6 Dec)

Hebden Bridge is Cool - Hebden Bridge has made National Geographic's Cool list. "The Calder Valley - with hippyish Hebden Bridge as its epicentre - is a burgeoning hub for restaurants and independent shops." See article. (4 Dec)

Fox and Goose one of top 50 pubs according to The Guardian

Swimming pool latest. It's still going ahead but, because of the 2015 Flood, not yet. And not in Hebden Bridge. Read the latest statement from the Swimming Pool Association, and follow the links for how the HebWeb has covered this controversial issue over many years. More

Nightfall o0n Canal

Hebden Bridge Camera Club Exhibition Results People from near and far viewed the 60+ images on display at the Town Hall and over 1000 of those took part in the voting for the “People’s Choice”. Read more (17 Sept)

Erly Morning Mist

Save Hebden Bridge Signal Box

Saignal Box

After more than 125 years as a familiar sight in the town, Network Rail have pulled the levers for the last time. Two community groups have put forward proposals for the building to be saved and restored to its former Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway glory. More info and leaflet

Community toilet scheme launches in Mytholmroyd. The public toilets in Mytholmroyd have been demolished. While options for toilet provision elsewhere in the town are being investigated, Calderdale has been working with local businesses to encourage them to take part in a community toilets scheme. Read more

Crumbling Riverside School on Sky News "Room after room is damp or crumbling or flaking… The building is literally falling apart around them." Head Teacher Rachel Burton shows reporters around the school - 4 minutes into this report on lack of school funding. See report on YouTube (1 Oct)

Hebden Bridge features in The Spectator "The Yorkshire town that’s gone from dirty old buildings to New Age nirvana" by William Cook.

Call for electrification of the Calder Valley line which would improve journey times, make services more reliable, be cheaper to run, help cut congestion on the roads and reduce impacts on the environment. Read more

Calder High 6th Form to Close: Calderdale Council's Cabinet will be asked to approve the decision of the governors at Calder High School to close its sixth form on 31 August 2019. Only Ryburn will offer 6th form provision in the Upper Valley. Read more 

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Jeremy Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn in Mytholmroyd speaking to a packed Community Centre, supporting Labour's candidates for the local elections. Click photo to enlarge.

Where to Stay in the Hebden Bridge area - many of the listings in this popular section have been updated over the past couple of weeks. And following several requests, there is now a new page which features only Bed and Breakfast listings. (3 April)

Floods: HebWeb Gallery - 24 photos taken on the morning of Boxing Day, 2015.

Small Ads: "Amazing but my house in Tod got rented out within 30 minutes after putting the house on Hebweb."

HebWeb Feature on the 2015 Boxing Day Flood, gathering together many of the articles, news, links, photos and videos. Updated reguarly.

Accessible Venues guide - a brief guide to which venues for hire, might be suitable for community groups, classes, meetings, events or activities, to be accessible to disabled people. From the Disability Access Forum

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Hebden Bridge Station car park to expand: Calderdale Council is working with Network Rail, which owns the land to the east of the existing station car park to create 46 extra places. Read more.

From Steve Farrell, now living in Mysore, India: "As someone who lives abroad, the Hebweb site has always been critical for keeping in touch 'back home' in Hebden. I've just needed to re-advertise my home for rent, so where to turn to? The Hebweb, of course. The Ad was up within minutes and there were 10 enquiries within 24 hours. Superb!" See Small Ads.

Ackley Bridge, Channel 4’s school drama, was filmed in Halifax, particularly the old Catholic High School, and in Hebden Bridge. (6 June)

'Greatest Town in Europe' - as well as being the 4th funkiest town in the world, Culture Trip gives 12 Reasons why Hebden Bridge 'is known as the greatest town in Europe'. Read article (17 May)


Far more than a large home page, the HebWeb is now an essential local resource. It has been around for nearly 23 years, covering local news, events, opinions, tourist info, small ads, where to stay and much, much more. Updated every day. Read more and go deeper into the HebWeb.

Hebden Bridge in Yorkshire crowned best place in the UK - 'Machine learning' used millions of data points to discover top locations. Read more (20 March)

From the archive: five years ago today The Times listed the 30 coolest places to live in Britain. Number one was Hebden Bridge. (19 March)

Hebden Bridge losing key shops? Following the news of the closure of Holts, our town's last greengrocers, comes the warning on this Forum thread that our last hardware shop, Bonsalls is struggling.


Signs of past times. Photo: HebWeb

Let's move to Hebden Bridge From the Guardian. If the roots of its liberal and creative image are a mystery, its appeal is obvious. See also: HebWeb report from Sept 2005

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One hour from hb9

Less than an hour from Hebden Bridge: try these halls, houses and galleries which many may not have heard about. Yet they are just on our doorstep. If you can’t find anything to do locally (see What’s On), have a look at this new HebWeb Feature.

Hilary WainwrightHappy Valley writer loves Calderdale. "Hebden Bridge is vibrant; there's a lot going on artistically and it's also got great galleries, pubs and restaurants." Sally Wainwright talks of our "dramatic and awe-inspiring" landscape and the influence of local historian Jill Liddington's Anne Lister book. Read her Guardian article

Guardian Northerner: What the UK can learn from Hebden Bridge? The BBC's Mind the Gap asks how London's success can be replicated elsewhere: Claire Donnelly argues that our small town could have the answer. Read more

Hebden Bridge, the UK's second city, BBC article by Evan Davis. "Hebden Bridge is an inverted city with a greenbelt centre and suburbs called Manchester, Leeds and Liverpool." Read the article

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Hebden Bridge Camera Club winners: At the club's recent exhibition at the Town Hall, people came from all over to view the photos and take part in the ‘People’s Choice’, where they voted for their favourite 3 images. Read more and see larger versions of the above photos.

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Britain's favourite market town? Hebden Bridge has been shortlisted in the 'Britain's favourite market town' category in the BBC Countryfile Magazine Awards 2013. Read more

Guardian Northerner: Hebden Bridge the UK's coolest place? The Yorkshire Paradise has won its fourth accolade in a decade. Born, brought up and living here, Rachel Pickering is loyal, but has one or two cautionary thoughts.

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