Hebden Bridge Disability Access Forum (HBDAF) has created a map of accessible routes around Hebden Bridge town centre, showing wheelchair-friendly pavements, accessible toilets, parking spaces and bus stops. You can view the map here.
FLUID - L with the T edition on Thursday night at Hebden Bridge Little Theatre will be BSL interpreted.
THE BIG DAY OUT - our free event in Calder Holmes Park on Saturday from 11am - 6pm will also be BSL interpreted. The park is accessible and we are providing disabled toilets.
Access info for venues where we are holding events this week:
The Old Gate Pub has step free access, a rise of less than 2.5cm (1 inch), able to be used safely by manual wheelchairs and powerchair and a Disabled Toilet.
Hebden Bridge Picture House. Maisie will be sub-titled. Easy wheelchair / level access is provided down a gentle ramp on the right hand (park) side of the building. For access needs enquiries ring 01422 842807 during cinema opening hours or book in advance online from the relevant film / event page. Face to face enquiries can also be made at the Box Office when visiting the cinema. Wheelchair spaces can be booked online or in person at the Box Office. Full access info for the venue here.
Hebden Bridge Little Theatre. FLUID will be BSL interpreted. Little Theatre can accommodate wheelchair users. The theatre has a disabled toilet and an induction loop system for those with hearing impairment. Please let us know your requirements when you book so that we can ensure you have an enjoyable visit to our theatre. Contact: Sue Riches at email@example.com / 01422 843907.
Hope Baptist Church is wheelchair accessible via a ramp on Hope Street, please let us know in advance if you require a wheelchair space: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Trades Club, the venue's access info is here.
The Golden Lion, Todmorden has street access and a disabled toilet.
If you have any specific access requirements please contact email@example.com