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by Garry Cook


Hebden Bridge is a small market town in a picturesque narrow valley in Calderdale, West Yorkshire. It’s the kind of place the filmmakers come to when they want an atmospheric, back-in-time backdrop to their well-written, slow-paced dramas.
For many years the town has had a fairly vibrant art scene. Interestingly, it has gained a reputation for in the last decade as being a haven for lesbians, with highest number of per head in the UK.
This is a photographic study of Hebden Bridge.





Hebden Bridge: Thriving arts and creative community, plus a lot of lesbians.
What more do you want from a traditional Yorkshire town?