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Could Hebden Bridge be the UK's second city?
The argument goes that Britain needs a second city larger than the traditional claimants to the title - Birmingham and Manchester - and Hebden Bridge lies at the heart of the Pennines.
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Sun Mar 09, 2014
Sharing will paint picture of Calder Valley war effort
As the country looks to mark a century since the Great War started, Hebden Royd Town Council and partners want to paint a picture of life during 1914 to 1918 both on the front line and back home.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Fight starts to save A and E but MP calls for debate
Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Trust sparked outrage last week after controversial plans were put forward suggesting the casualty section in Halifax could close and A&E be centred on Huddersfield Royal Infirmary.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Lunches to support needy
The Hebden Royd Christian Aid committee is holding its annual series of Lent lunches to increase awareness of the world's needy people and raise funds to support them.
Pitch in for Le Tour at East Riddlesden Hall
The National Trust property is opening its lower field on July 5 and 6 to cater for some of the thousands of visitors expected from around the globe.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Self Build looking for new members
Hebden Bridge and Todmorden Community Self-Build community interest company members are looking for more people to take part in the scheme The community interest company will hold a meeting at Todmorden Community Resource Centre on Sunday at 2pm.
Bringing stories to life on World Book Day
Children and staff at upper Calder Valley primary schools have been bringing their favourite characters to life on World Book Day.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Stone brought grandeur - getting it was dangerous
The beautiful stone buildings of the Calder Valley are part of our everyday life, but we rarely think about the work that was entailed in extracting and working that stone.
Woman hospitalised after car flips on roof
The woman was cut out of the vehicle by fire crews from Todmorden and Mytholmroyd, before being taken to Huddersfield Royal Infirmary with cuts to the head.
Campaigners call for bog burn ban
The Moorland Association has hit back at accusations that burning on grouse moors above the upper Calder Valley causes flooding.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
What the Tour De France will mean to Todmorden - and the Fantastical Cycle Parade
The Mayor of Todmorden, Coun Jayne Booth, and Handpade Parade artistic director, Andrew Kim, speak about what the Tour De France and a Fantastical Cycle Parade will mean to Todmorden.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Re-think urged over rail station parking charges
Passengers have reacted with disappointment to news that parking charges could soon be introduced at Hebden Bridge and Todmorden rail stations.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
UPDATED: Rail commuters facing parking charges across Calderdale
Proposals to make rail users pay at stations where parking is currently free have emerged as the Government negotiates an extension to the franchise held by Northern Rail, the company which runs local services across the North.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Jimi Goodwin reveals solo UK and Irish tour dates
Goodwin will play a string of dates following the release of his debut solo album 'Odludek' on March 24. Starting in Sheffield on May 2, the tour will conclude on May 26 with a homecoming show at Manchester venue Gorilla.
Do something Great - identify this soldier
A picture of a pendent of a soldier found by Jean Hood. She thinks he may have come from hebden Bridge After saving a pendant from the scrap bin, a keen historian is appealing to the people of the Calder Valley to help identify a soldier whose photograph appears in it.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Policing column with Inspector Dave Browning: Checking up on community health
Working together to improve our communities: Officers in Todmorden supporting a tree planting initiative by providing compost from a cannabis farm to Centre Vale Park.
Sat Feb 22, 2014
British taxpayer-funded grouse shooting causes flooding
Environmental campaigners picketed the headquarters of government-backed Natural England in Sheffield yesterday to protest against taxpayers' cash being used to fund the burning of moorland.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Video: Final goodbye to Calderdale man tragically killed on holiday
A community came to a standstill today to pay its respects to a former sweet shop owner and football referee.
Romance and renovation at Valentine's time
Luddenden CE School pupils Ameera Hollins, Ruby Cushing, Alfie Peers, Frayne Potter and Tobias Shepherd with the heart-shaped biscuits they made for Valentine's Day Romance and renovation were in the air as schools, a church and a charity held events around Valentine's Day.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Bradford Coroners issues appeal to trace dead man's family
Mr North, 65, who was born in Peterborough was of no fixed abode but had recently been living at his place of work on South Street, Keighley.