The Wild Rose oral history project ran from 2007 to 2015, collecting the memories of elderly people around Hebden Bridge to create a first-person record of life in the town. The Wild Rose archive of oral histories is now kept by Pennine Heritage, and you can explore these stories on the Wild Rose website.
The Pennine Way Association was a volunteer-run organisation which aimed to protect and promote the Pennine Way, Britain’s oldest long-distance footpath. While the association disbanded in 2015, their website remains a valuable source of information.
Milltown Memories was a magazine dedicated to the history of the Upper Calder Valley, which was in print until 2006, and subsequently published several books on local history. Their back catalogue of magazines can be explored on their website.