What's on

The Town Hall, Hebden Bridge is used by community groups and organisations for all kind of events and activities: some are regular and others are occasional.

The downloadable pdf below sets out the regular weekly and monthly bookings for the period shown. Please take a look and see what we have on every week!

The list of events shown below are the one-off events we are hosting over the next few weeks. These will appear as we add them and will disappaear once the event has taken place: it'll give you a taster of what's on in the heart of Hebden Bridge.

Alternatively you can always see what is happening here every day by coming in and enjoying the space with us.

We'll see you soon.

 

Current exhibition: Lisa Kilty, 'Inheritance: Truth Against the World'
Monday, 2 October, 2017 - 16:00 to Sunday, 29 October, 2017 - 12:00

 

Our next exhibition: Lisa Kilty, 'Inheritance: Truth Against the World'
 
'Inheritance is an exhibition of paintings and linocuts exploring our 
tribal, cultural and spiritual heritage including the last stand of the 
druids of Angelsey “Truth Against the World”, and the Arthurian cycle. 
It also explores aspects of the equal role that women once shared as goddess, 
druidess and battle leader.' - List Kilty
 
Lisa will be hosting a meet the artist session on Saturday 7th October 2 - 4pm in the Town Hall. 
 
The exhbition will be open whilst the Town Hall is open.
 

Hebden Bridge Partnership AGM
Monday, 23 October, 2017 -
19:00 to 21:00

Hebden Bridge – Our Town - Annual Meeting

We are delighted to be hosting - once again - Hebden Bridge Partnership's main event of the year on Monday October 23rd at 7pm.  The meeting is in the Waterfront Hall.

The Partnership was established to be the ‘umbrella’ organisation for the town, linking the community and voluntary sectors with the town/parish councils and Calderdale council. The Management Board aims to represent all parts of local life, and they do have vacancies.  

Local groups and organisations have the opportunity to share their news and at the time of creating this event entry 35 are signed up.

During the meeting, there will also be a short session for the Partnership’s AGM business, including the secretary’s and treasurer’s reports and a proposal for the Partnership to collaborate more closely with the Town Hall (Hebden Bridge Community Association) in the future.

The Partnerhsip have also asked us to advise that there will be a table at the back of the Hall for groups and organisations to leave any literature. 

 

More information is available on the Partnership's website: http://www.hbpartnership.org.uk/

 

Hebden Bridge Pumpkin Festival!
Tuesday, 24 October, 2017 - 10:00 to Sunday, 29 October, 2017 - 10:00
 
 
 
 
Free screening of ‘Hebden Bridge, a 700 Year Story (and how it was nearly Lost)’, 2015
Wednesday, 25 October, 2017 -
19:30 to 22:00

Join us for a free showing of filmmaker Nick Wilding’s 2015 film ‘Hebden Bridge. A 700 Year Story (and how it was nearly Lost)’.

All DVD copies of Hebden Bridge filmmaker Nick Wilding’s 2015 film ‘Hebden Bridge. A 700 Year Story (and how it was nearly Lost)’ ended up being destroyed as they floated down Market Street in the Boxing Day 2015 floods when the Monster Computers’ shop counter was submerged in over eight feet of water. Since then, copies of the film have not been available to purchase anywhere. The film originally featured twice at Hebden Bridge Picture House in 2015, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Calder Civic Trust, whose campaign helped to save countless local homes from being demolished. The film argues that there is still a need for the Calder Civic Trust today and talks to founder members of the Trust.

 

Nick is to re-launch the film with a free screening, together with donation boxes in aid of both the Memory Makers Project, aimed at helping people reconnect with their community and record treasured memories and the Hebden Royd Swimming Pool Association, which has just dug the foundations for its building.

 

The evening will start with another film celebrating a 50 year anniversary, with a screening of Nick Wilding’s short ’50 Years of the Pennine Way, the Hebden Bridge Loop’, which also features on the DVD. The main feature starts with the Tour de France in 2014, when 340,000 people lined the roads in Calderdale and follows the story of Hebden Bridge from its infancy in 1314 up to 1965, tracing the town’s expansion from a small hamlet through to its heyday as a manufacturing hub. Then it looks at its decline and features fascinating photos, courtesy of the Pennine Horizons digital archive of some of the unique buildings that were lost.

 

DVDs of the film will be available on the night with the proceeds benefiting the charities involved.

 

Oxjam Calderdale 2017
Saturday, 28 October, 2017 -
12:00 to 23:30

We are delighted to be hosting a day of music here in the Town Hall in aid of Oxfam.

Last year Oxjam launched in Halifax and more that 30 artists took part raising more that £2000. This year its become Oxjam Calderdale with events all over the valley over the weekend of the 27-28-29th October 2017.

All money raised is in aid of Oxfam - to help save lives and reduce pverty worldwide. 

 

Tickets are available here: https://www.wegottickets.com/sct/CvUPuSwQNN

More information about Oxjam Calderdale is available here: http://oxjam.ismysite.co.uk/

Tickets can also be purchased at the Oxfam shop in Hebden Bridge: 21 Market Street.

 

Hear from the Federation of Small Businesses on the issues that matter
Tuesday, 31 October, 2017 -
08:00 to 10:15

Hebden Bridge Town Hall Business Breakfast

Don't forget the next Hebden Bridge Community Association networking breakfast, in conjunction with FSB at Hebden Bridge Town Hall will take place on Tuesday 31 Oct (8 -10 am). 

Come and meet the FSB Calderdale Branch Committee and local FSB Membership Advisor (MA) to discover what the future holds for key local issues such as flooding prevention and BREXIT.

Find out what the Committee has been doing locally to support young people, to support smaller businesses and how you can get involved in these and other matters, including policy.

Lynne Ratcliffe (MA) will start things off by expanding on some of the benefits of FSB membership particularly some of the new ones that long-standing members may not be familiar with. She'll also answer questions on any aspect of FSB membership benefits.

Then the new FSB West Yorkshire Development Manager, Barney Mynott, will cover some of the future West Yorkshire policy issues that FSB will be engaging with.

Finally Olwen Edwards and Paul Walters - Joint Chairs and Geoff Matthews - Committee  Member of the FSB Calderdale Branch will expand on the Branches recent activities to support businesses in the area including the strengthening of relations with neighboring business communities.   

It's an informal get together and an opportunity for local businesses to get to know each other better. We even throw in a free breakfast! Don't worry if you are unable to join us this month, it's on every month, on the last Tuesday of the month.

All businesses - both FSB members and non members - are welcome to attend, please just email the team if you would like to come.

FSB Calderdale Branch

@FSBWestYorks #FSBCalderdale

Hebden Bridge Literary & Scientific Society - A Composer’s Life: Judith Weir, Master of the Queen's Music
Saturday, 18 November, 2017 -
07:30 to 10:00

Hebden Bridge Literary & Scientific Society - A Composer’s Life: Judith Weir, Master of the Queen's Music

Hebden Bridge Literary & Scientific Society, founded in 1905, has been relatively quiet for a number of years, but this autumn has burst back onto the Hebden Bridge scene with a new logo, a new image, and a short series of lectures by high profile speakers.

The next in their series of lectures will take place on Saturday 18th November at 7.30pm, and is by Judith Weir, one of the country’s leading composers, appointed Master of the Queen’s Music in 2014.

Tickets are £10 (£8 concessions), and are available from Hebden Bridge Town Hall.

Bar opens at 6.30pm

 

Christmas Artfair hosted by ARTbound
Saturday, 18 November, 2017 -
11:00 to 16:00
Join us for some festive cheer at ARTbound's Christmas ARTfair! 
 
Christmas Shoppers are invited to browse and purchase from stalls full of homewares, gifts, handmade cards, art, photography and festive magic, during this free entry Christmas Shopping Experience for all the family.
 
For more information and a list of confirmed stallholders see: www.artboundcommunity.com/christmas-artfair-2017