Making Hebden Bridge a better place for all

Recovering from the Boxing Day flood

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

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

Our Summer public meeting took place on Monday July 4th in Hebden Bridge Town Hall. We had guest speakers from the Environment Agency and from Northern rail.Our chair Bob Deacon's news report is on the Hebden Bridge community website here. The minutes are also now available on this website.


Hebden Bridge Partnership has started the process of looking for a new Chair, to take over from our current Chair Bob Deacon who is standing down later this year at the end of his three year term of office.

This is the chance to play a valuable role in the community life of HB.   


Full information about what is involved - and why you might be just the person we need - is available here.

At our AGM in October we will also be electing our management board for the coming period. New faces welcome!

2020 vision
2020 Vision: our strategic plan for Hebden Bridge

2020 vision




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, identifies a number of priority areas for our attention in the coming years. The final version of the Action Plan follows our earlier draft, launched in May 2013, and has



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

We presented at the 2015 AGM our report on the progress made in 2014-2015 in trying to meet our priority actions.



For the third year running, the Partnership has produced our highly popular Hebden Bridge brochure for visitors and tourists. It can be downloaded here.