Ten Hebden Bridge businesses came together on Thursday 26 October 2017 in a fashion extravaganza to raise money for the Watermark Flood Fund.
We can’t begin to describe how delighted we were when Jennifer and Les approached us with a lovely idea back in October. Jennifer and Les were planning their wedding day at Hebden Bridge Town Hall and wanted to do something a little bit special for the community.
Waterhouse Podiatry and Chiropody is based in the centre of Hebden Bridge and run by owner/podiatrist Wendy Waterhouse, Wendy is focused on providing a quality, comprehensive, chiropody / podiatry service. Serving Hebden Bridge, Todmorden, Walsden, Mytholmroyd, Luddenden, Halifax and surrounding areas.
Wendy moved into her business premises after the Boxing Day floods of 2015 and was aware that the building had been flooded, with this in mind Wendy wanted to make sure she had done everything she could to protect herself. We asked Wendy a number of questions to see how FloodSave is going to benefit her business.
We joined the ARTbound Community Christmas art fair in the Waterfront Hall, Town Hall Hebden Bridge with many wonderful artists and makers.
Heart Gallery is located in the heart of Hebden Bridge on Market Street, a gem occupying a former Baptist Chapel in its own grounds. Alison Bartram owner of Heart Gallery has lovingly restored the building and is proud to be celebrating 10 years on Market Street.
The Watermark Community Hub opened it’s doors on the 24th June 2016, Christmas Eve in the Calder Valley, it marked the beginning of a festive weekend. You may be wondering why we had Christmas in June, people here didn’t get a Christmas last year due to the floods so we celebrated 6 months late.
Greg Clark (Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government) came to visit Hebden Bridge and find out all about Watermark Flood Fund back in April, we had a great time showing him the delights of Calderdale.