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Latest News from Hebden Royd Town Council

Will you be able to find all the hidden pumpkins?

The Great Pumpkin Festival, brought to you by Hebden Royd Town Council and Sand in Your Eye, is back for its fourth year in Hebden Bridge on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th October, from 10am – 4pm. More about the Great Pumpkin Festival

2020/21 Young Persons Service to the Community Award

Each year Hebden Royd Town Council select an individual or small group of people for the Young Persons Service to the Community Award. The award for 2020/21 was made to all the young people of Hebden Royd to reflect their strength and resilience during the Covid-19 pandemic. Read more about the Community Award

Great Big Green Week challenge

The Town Council are inviting residents and businesses to join Hebden Royd’s first Great Big Green Week. The nationwide event runs from 18th - 26th September and will see the community celebrate how Hebden Royd is taking action to tackle climate change. More info on the Great Big Green Week

Friends of Mytholmroyd station awarded Blue Plaque

Station friends and guests were invited to unveil a blue plaque on 2 September, celebrating the restoration of the 1871 station building winning a Railway Heritage Trust conservation award in December 2019.  Read more about the Mytholmroyd Station Award

Picture House becomes the first Cinema of Sanctuary

In the year in which it celebrates its centenary the Town Council owned Hebden Bridge Picture House has proved that not only is it thriving but that it continues to put its audience first, as it has been officially recognised as the UK's first Cinema of Sanctuary. More info on the first Cinema of Sanctuary.

Hebden's Happy Hounds is back!

Hebden's Happy Hounds returns once more, bringing a fun filled afternoon to Calder Holmes Park for hounds and their humans. On Saturday, 2 October 2021. More info about the Happy Hounds day

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