It was perfect weather for another day out and this time we went to Hebden Bridge in the Yorkshire Pennines.
Known as the “Pennine Centre”, Hebden Bridge takes its name from the packhorse bridge over Hebden Water. The town developed in late medieval times as a river-crossing and meeting point of packhorse routes from Halifax to Heptonstall, Burnley and Rochdale.
Strolling around town we found many little knick knack shops, an artgallery and some great coffee shops and pubs. There was too little time to visit all the shops and it’s on my list for a re-visit :)
Yes, I know I’m posing… the beauty is that my sunglasses cover my wrinkles *grin*. No our cat Mabel stayed at home, she did the posing in the morning.
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