Making Hebden Bridge a better place for all


The Partnership to work with the HB Community Association

 

The board has adopted a proposal to work in future more closely with Hebden Bridge Community Association (the association which runs the Town Hall) during 2018. Details of this proposal were shared with members at the recent AGM.

 

 

 



 



Our annual Hebden Bridge: Our Town review of the year (combined with our AGM) was held this year on Monday October 23rd.

As in previous years, local community groups and organisations were invited to participate. The tradition is that every group gets two and a half minutes to report on their activities and plans - not a second more!

Last year, 30 groups participated. This year 33 groups took part.


 

Making Hebden Bridge Accessible for All

The access initiative, Making Hebden Bridge Accessible for All, which has been run jointly by Hebden Bridge Partnership and the Community Foundation for Calderdale has now concluded.  There is much still to do to make our town an exemplar in terms of access, for both local people and visitors with disabilities, but we feel that the project has been a success. Over thirty access audits have been carried out with the participation of local businesses and organisations, and a number of grants have subsequently been awarded for small-scale improvements and remedial work. If you had an audit undertaken, it is still not too late to apply for grant support from the Foundation.

 
2020 vision
2020 Vision: our strategic plan for Hebden Bridge

2020 vision

 

 

Recovering from the 2015 Boxing Day flood

Our flood recovery meeting on Saturday January 16th 2016 packed out the Waterfront Hall (Photo above).

Read here our comprehensive submission to Calderdale's Flood Commission, Spring 2016. (The final report is now published- available here)

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Hebden Bridge Partnership is the ‘town team’, concerned with initiatives to improve the economic and community life of our town.

Our Action Plan, Vision 2020, identified a number of priority areas for our attention in the coming years. The final version of the Action Plan, launched in 2013, followed an earlier draft

 

 

and was amended in the light of feedback and comments. Details of all comments received can be found on the website.

Our 2016 Annual Report is available here.

 

2017 VISITOR LEAFLET PUBLISHED

For the fourth year running, the Partnership has produced our highly popular Hebden Bridge brochure for visitors and tourists. The 2017 edition is here. Work on thge 2018 edition will begin shortly.

Hard copies can be obtained in the Tourist Information Centre.