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By Hannah Anstee Bass Quake was a popular rave night that heavily influenced the town’s music scene in the 90s. It’s been 25 years since their first ever party at The Trades Club, and the guys have chosen to celebrate – back at the place where it all began. I… Read more »

by Hannah Anstee “This is a community pub, people come in and have a laugh or a cry. I want people to come in and be able to take their shoes off if they’re damp, sit and be comfortable, and put their shoes by the fire to dry.” – Liz Wood, Landlord… Read more »

by Hannah Anstee Welcome to our new website What’s on Hebden Bridge!   WHAT’S IT All ABOUT? An events site for Hebden Bridge and surrounding areas, including Todmorden and Mytholmroyd. WHY? I have lived in Hebden Bridge for 35 years and like to think that I’m fully integrated within the… Read more »

by Hannah Anstee This weekend Inkfolk celebrates its 5th birthday and closes the doors on their last four-day party. I chat to Chris Price, Charlotte Mellor-Meecham and James Holroyd about the good times. When I first heard about Inkfolk in 2012 I was dubious. I couldn’t understand how a one… Read more »

  by Hannah Anstee Roll up roll up! Nothing really gets me going more than vintage fashion. So it’s with great excitement that my first ever post for this new site is about Yorkshire Vintage Fairs coming to Hebden Bridge this weekend. Victoria Benn and Claire Walton are the team behind this… Read more »

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