The Rotary Club of Hebden Bridge is an active service club based around the South Pennine market town of Hebden Bridge in the upper Calder Valley in 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 is pleased to announce the winner of the Junior category of Rotary's national 2015 Young Writer competition is Cerridwen Gray of Cragg Vale J & I School, representing Hebden Bridge Rotary Club (read the winning entry here).
Thousands of youngsters across the country took part by writing a short prose entitled Light Up The Community, exploring a project happening in their local area.
Cerridwen is pictured here with Rotary Club of Hebden Bridge President Derek Bispham and Rotary District 1040 Governor Rod Walmsley, who presented the award and a prize.
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:
Many thanks to the nearly 200 walkers who braved the weather and completed the walk on Sunday 31st May
The date of the 2016 walk will be announced here, in due course.
Despite the rain providing an extra challenge for walkers and runners, everyone seemed to enjoy the walk.
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 2015 Walk is available on the
Boundary Walk page →
Winning numbers and details of the winners of the decorated duck competition and the Business Duck Race can be found via the Duck Race page