Events

Information on Pennine Heritage Events, as well as other exciting events hosted at the Birchcliffe Centre and in the local community.

International Women's Day 2024 Indian Dance Celebration

Join Pennine Heritage, Annapurna Dance, and Halifax Queen Bees as we celebrate International Women's Day 2024. The event includes performances, a family-friendly dance workshop, and a tree-planting ceremony.

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Stained Glass Restoration: Meet the Artist

Meet talented local stained glass artist Karl Percival, and hear about the restoration of our stunning 1898 window!

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Hebden Bridge Town Hall: Through Alice's Eyes

Highlights from the Alice Longstaff photography collection, giving a window into life in Hebden Bridge in the 1950s and 60s.

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Heritage Open Days 2023: Life Through the Lens

Discover the portrait collection of iconic Hebden Bridge photographer Alice Longstaff, and how she captured the spirit of a community across her 70-year career.

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The North Celebrates: the History and Legacy of Standard Fireworks

Explore the history of Standard Fireworks, and the role of fireworks in cultural celebrations. Produced in partnership with the University of Huddersfield.

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Birchcliffe Centre Neighbours' Open Evening

Come and learn about the exciting and innovative things happening at the Birchcliffe Centre, from local businesses to heritage programming, and our plans for a sustainable future.

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Heritage Open Day 2022 - Water Power in the Landscape

Enjoy a one-off exhibition on water power in the Calder Valley, including highlights from the South Pennine Archives, and a tour into Nutclough Woods.

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Meadows Activity Day

Join us for an exhibition on the history of hay making as part of Hebden Royd Town Council's first Meadows Activity Day!

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Through Alice’s Eyes

An exhibition of the work of pioneering Yorkshire photographer Alice Longstaff.

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Community Event: Kate Lycett at the Lit and Sci

Our friends at the Hebden Bridge Literary and Scientific Society host celebrated local artist Kate Lycett

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