Hebden-Bridge

Hebden-Bridge has to be the most picturesque village in Halifax. Some of the scenery here, in the middle of the Pennines, is truly breathtaking. Hardcastle Crags is the pick of a very special bunch, where the nature walks are a pleasure to visit any time of year.

Walks along the canal are also popular, but wherever you are, there is a very historic feel. The centre of Hebden Bridge lies very low in the Calder Valley and has had its fair share of floods which has seen shops and houses taking the brunt of flashfloods.

Hardcastle Crags

Video of Hebden Bridge floods in mid 27th September 1946. Click here

A triumphal arch spanning the junction of New Road and Bridge Gate, Hebden Bridge to celebrate the Coronation of George V



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