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Hebden Bridge Arts Festival

Festival jewellery and Festival hair

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

Local jewellery fans can bling up to help Hebden Bridge Arts festival thanks to a new ranges of rings produced by Element.

Local jewellery fans can bling up to help Hebden Bridge Arts festival thanks to a new ranges of rings produced by Element.

Arts Festival Director Helen Meller and Alison Haley
from Element show off the Festival rings

The jewellers who specialise in one off designs have already produced bespoke Tour de France and festive rings so this time they have got together with local laser cutting company The Laser Hive for the opportunity to create their very own festival range.

Element's Nick Shields came up with six designs in three colours and three sizes costing just £2 each, or a set of 3 for £5. Element are covering the cost of producing these rings, so all they ask of you is to buy your favourites and spread the word as all proceeds go to the festival.

Element's Caroline Kindy said, "We were invited to meet Helen Meller and her team of volunteers at Organic House to talk about the successes and highlights of the 2014 festival.

Local jewellery fans can bling up to help Hebden Bridge Arts festival thanks to a new ranges of rings produced by Element

The Festival rings thanks to Element Jewellery and The Laser Hive

"We were so inspired by what they had planned for 2015 we really wanted to help.  So the most obvious way was to do what we do best and produce a series of Festival Rings that would help to raise funds for one of Yorkshire's longest running arts festivals with a reputation for delivering big names in a local setting."

The rings will be available from Element Jewellery on Market Street, the Town Hall and the Tourist Information Centre from May 14th.

Once you've got your rings on then pop round to Zeitgeist Hair who are running their very own fringe festival.

The boutique salon, on Carlton Street, is offering complimentary fringe trims and fringe restyles throughout the festival, with expert guidance on suitability for your face shape, personality and hair type.

To help festival fans look their best , Zeitgeist's Sassoon-trained colour specialists are offering their own fringe benefits – just £15 for a cutting-edge technique which places colour strategically and beautifully through your new fringe.

New clients will also enjoy a £10 discount on full cut and styles during the festival - with fringes strictly optional! – and all you have to do is simply quote FRINGE FESTIVAL at the time of booking. Telephone Zeitgeist on 01422 844974.

The festival board have been delighted by the strong response from the local business community to supporting its 2015 progamme.

Artistic Director Helen Meller said, "There is absolutely no way we could put on the range of community events we do without the support of businesses like Element and Zeitgeist who always come up with such creative ideas to help us."

Previously, the Festival on the HebWeb

  • HebWeb News: Arts Festival is looking for new volunteers! (12 May 2015)
  • HebWeb News: I Am Kloot join Hebden Bridge Arts Festival bill (April 2015)
  • HebWeb News: Got an idea? Hebden Bridge Arts Festival wants to help (30 March 2015)
  • HebWeb News: Local street acts needed for Arts Festival (25 March 2015)
  • HebWeb News: Young Producer Sam Bell visits Reuters (10 February 2015)
  • HebWeb News: Hebden Shorts 2015: Open Gardens are back! (17 December 2014)
  • HebWeb News: Hebden Shorts 2015: Get writing over Christmas (11 December 2014)
  • HebWeb News: Exclusive first public showing of Arts Festival video (24 November 2014)
  • HebWeb News: Young arts producers win national awards (20 November 2014)
  • Arts Festival Website

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