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Welcome to The Rotary Club of Hebden Bridge

Thank you to everyone who supported the recent Vintage Weekend in Hebden Bridge. Thousands of visitors came to seen a fabulous collection of cars, motorcycles and commercial vehicles from yesteryear.

Proceeds from the car show will enable the Rotary Club of Hebden Bridge Trust Fund to continue supporting local, national and international charities and good causes.

In September and October, members of the Rotary club will be supporting the Rotary Shoebox Scheme. The club will be distributing boxes to local schools in September and to members of the public from a stall in St George's Square on Saturday 11th and Saturday 18th October. The boxes will then be collected and sent to the scheme organisers who will deliver them to orphanages, children’s hospitals and underprivileged families in Eastern Europe.

If you are interested in supporting the scheme, either as an individual or as a local pub, business, school or nursery please contact us.

More information about Shoeboxes can be found on the scheme's own page

 For up to date information on our events you can
use the links below to our Facebook pages.

duck race facebook page facebook logo walk facebook page
   Vintage Weekend       Easter Duck Race       Boundary Walk   

For information on how you can make donations to the Rotary Club of Hebden Bridge Trust Fund you can use This Link

The Rotary Club of Hebden Bridge is an active service club based around the South Pennines market town of Hebden Bridge, in the Upper Calder Valley in the county of West Yorkshire. Within its area are the villages of Mytholmroyd, Heptonstall, Colden, Cragg Vale, Midgley, Blackshaw Head and Luddenden, as well as numerous small settlements in the Calder Valley between Sowerby Bridge and Todmorden.

Club members are committed to high ethical standards: helping others by giving freely of their time and talents to serve communities at home and overseas.

The club was founded in 1951 and for over 60 years it has been serving the local community and beyond. The club supports many local, national and international charities and good causes through funds raised at a number of popular events, throughout the year.

The club's main events are:

Easter Monday Duck Race
Next Race: 6th April 2015

The 2014 winners were:

1st    S Burd from Halifax                        Ticket number 4422

2nd   Z Holmes from Luddendenfoot     Ticket number 6396 

3rd     L Randles from Liverpool              Ticket number 6369

4th     J Hodges  from Hebden Bridge     Ticket number 5350    

2013 Duck Race Results

Duck Race Page


Wadsworth Parish Boundary Walk

:Sunday 31st May 2015

A spectacular, way marked, walk through some of the most beautiful country in the South Pennines, with options for both the serious walker and, shorter, stand alone sections for the leisure rambler and families.

More information on the 2014 Walk is available on the
Boundary Walk page



Free Blood Pressure Tests
Usually in April, date to be confirmed.

In St George's Square, Hebden Bridge

We continue to work together with The Stroke Association to offer free blood pressure tests during the annual Know Your Blood Pressure Campaign.


The Vintage Weekend.

the next rally will be held on
Saturday 1st & Sunday 2nd August 2015

A fun day out for all the family with lots for everyone to enjoy. As well as a fabulous display of vintage, veteran and classic cars, motorcycles, commercials, kit & replica cars and lots more, there are craft, auto jumble and produce stalls, a wide range of on site catering, entertainment for children and live music from a jazz band.
The show, on Calder Holmes Park, in Hebden Bridge, attracts up to 600 vehicles, covering the history of British motoring. For more details, including entry forms, please visit the event's own, dedicated website at:


The Hebden Bridge Bonfire
& Fireworks Display

This event was organised by Hebden Bridge & District Round Table. After consultation with the local authority, the police and other groups, Round Table decided not to organise a bonfire in 2013. At the moment, the Round Table have no plans for any further bonfires on Calder Holmes Park.


Supporting Local and National Charities and Good Causes.

Recent Donations
Donation to hebden bridge brass band

Recent grants made by the club include:
Hope Baptist Chapel: grant towards 28K rebuilding project, £1,000
Calderdale Magistrates Mock Trials: Grant towards costs.£200 plus £75 for a trophy
Pennine Spring Music: grant towards youth activities re Heptonstall Festival: £500
Phoenix Radio £350
Forget Me Not Children's Hospice: £1,000
National Search & Rescue Dog Association: £1,506
Calder Valley Youth Theatre (picture above): £1360
Old Town, Hebden Bridge,Cricket Club: £1,000
Old Town, Hebden Bridge, Primary School: £2,000
The Women’s Centre, Halifax: £720
British Thyroid Assn.- Jill Liddington, sponsored walk (picture above): £500
Royal British Legion: £500
Mytholmroyd Tennis Club: £1,000
Hebden Bridge Brass Band(picture above): £1,000

A full list of all grants made by the club since 2007 can be found here


We raise money for a wide variety of charities and good causes through The Rotary Club of Hebden Bridge Trust Fund, which is a registered charity. You can use the link below to visit our page on the Charity Commission site. Our charity number is 513898.

Rotary Club of Hebden Bridge Trust Fund - Charity number: 513898

The club is particularly keen to support the local community in Hebden Bridge and the Calder Valley, whilst maintaining its commitment to support the Rotary Foundation and numerous other overseas aid projects. If you would like to contact the Rotary Club of Hebden Bridge about funding for a particular project you can use the details on the 'Contact Us' page.

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