A unique performance from Anapurna Indian Dance will tell the story of a famous female environmentalist through dance. Halifax Queen Bees community women's group will present a selection of Indian folk dances. Then, join us for a family-friendly dance workshop to learn some moves yourself! We will finish with a tree-planting ceremony.
When: 1:30-3pm Saturday 9th March
Where: The Birchcliffe Centre, Hebden Bridge, HX7 8DG
Our car park is accessed from Birchcliffe Road, with the turning slightly up-hill of the Birchcliffe Centre. We are on the 595 bus route from Hebden Bridge Train Station, towards Pecket Well. We are a 5-minute up-hill walk from the centre of Hebden Bridge.
This event will be held in the Hall, which is wheelchair-accessible from our lower car park. Please ask a member of the Pennine Heritage team if you need assistance - we will be wearing blue lanyards and name tags. If you need additional accessibility support, please contact us in advance and we will do our best to accommodate you.