A weekend in Hebden Bridge

Lunch stop on Calderdale moor

Lunch stop on Calderdale moor

Jolly pitched up (back centre)

Jolly pitched up (back centre)

Path along the riverside

Path along the riverside

Rochdale canal

Hebden Bridge

Hebden Bridge, architectural evidence of an old mill town

Liquid refreshment sitting beneath shelter from the rain

We stayed 2 nights at Lower Clough Fold Caravan Club site at Mytholmroyd.  It’s approx. 3-4 mile round trip walking from site to town, either by the riverside or canalside.

We visited the Packhorse Bridge area with shops, cafés, restaurants and pubs, and enjoyed a lovely (if over facing) meal at Theo’s Greek Restaurant, very friendly staff there too.  We visited several pubs and shops, including ‘Not A Full Shilling’ where Suzie ordered a necklace made with a coin from her year of birth.  Waiting for that to be sent on in the post.

It was a pretty wet weekend when we visited Hebden Bridge and we didn’t quite do everything we’d planned, including buying some clogs for Bri!  Nonetheless we had a great time and it’s a good excuse to return later in the year, hopefully in better weather.

Next stop Settle …

ONWARD!

Suzie & Bri

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