VENUES

New Road, Hebden Bridge, HX7 8EW

Main Stage Venue

Hope Baptist Chapel is a community space and a place of worship, Built in 1857 for a church that was founded in 1777, Hope Baptist Chapel has undergone a £1m programme of repair and restoration work over recent years. It remains a sanctuary space for worship, prayer and reflection, but now offers a unique community venue for a wide variety of music and spoken word events.

Holme Street, Hebden Bridge, HX7 8EE

 

Main Stage Venue

The Trades Club is a socialist members club and music venue in Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire. It was originally built in 1923 as a joint enterprise by half a dozen local trade unions, and brought back to life in 1982.

The club is now a celebrated venue for live music and was voted into the finals of the NME Small Venue of The Year Awards. Alongside live music, the venue is a community hub that is committed to hosting fundraisers for worthy local and international campaigns.

7 Heptonstall Rd, Hebden Bridge HX7 6AY

Free Entry

The Fox and Goose is a traditional real ale pub on Heptonstall Road, Hebden Bridge. It is steeped in local history and has been extremely popular among the local community and visitors for many years. The Fox sells only quality real ales from independent micro breweries, real ciders and bottled beers, ciders and lagers.

Due to ill health the owner was having difficulty keeping the pub going. Neither she nor the regulars and local community wanted to see the Fox and Goose swallowed up by a major chain, losing its unique character or being closed down and sold off for another use.

Regulars and supporters from the local community and further afield came together in February 2012 with the aim of buying the Fox and Goose and running it as a co-operative pub. An interim steering group was set up to take the project forward with elected members from within the wider Fox Friends supporters group.

 Church Lane, Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, HX7 6DS

Free Entry

Serving the communities of Hebden Bridge, Charlestown, Old Town, Pecket Well and the surrounding areas.

Together with St Thomas the Apostle, Heptonstall we form the United Benefice of Hebden Bridge and Heptonstall in the Diocese of Leeds.

Set in the heart of the Calder Valley, the church is dedicated to St James the Great, and was built on land  given by The Revd. James Armitage Rhodes and his wife Mary, who lived at nearby Mytholm Hall. A beautiful building that hosts many wonderful events.  

Caldene Ave, Mytholmroyd, Hebden Bridge HX7 5AF

 

Here at Mytholmroyd Community Centre you will find a range of activities to suit your needs. Ranging from Badminton, Squash, Table Tennis all the way to Tea Dances, Karate, Indoor Cycling and Yoga!

​We welcome all members of the community to come and enjoy our facilities and take part in the activities that we provide. Our management and staff have a wide and varied knowledge of the sports centre, so please feel free to pop in any time with any queries you may have...  

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