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Ann Kilbey Collection
The Upper Calder Valley and other locations in the North of England.
Colour and a few black and white photos of events and buildings. From ca. 1970 to the present day.
ca. 1970 - ca. 2016
Copyright (c) 2006-2017 Pennine Horizons Digital Archive
- Ann Kilbey Collection
Left to right: Ann Kilbey, Beryl Martin, ? , Janina Holubecki, Lynn Grimshaw, Roger Grimshaw, ? , David Martin, Sarah Shooter, Katie Morag
Frank Woolrych, left, explaining to Jason Boon, Clerk to Hebden Road Town Council, about The Pennine horizons Digital Archive in the archive room at the Birchcliffe Centre, Hebden Bridge. January 2015.
Looking across to Higher Cragg Farm.
Pennine horizons volunteers Frank Woolrych and Ann Kilbey carried out numerous Scan-2-save events as part of the Pennine Horizons project. They took laptops and scanners out into the community and invited people to bring along their photographs to be…
Rev James Allison, Victoria Macdonald and the Ryburn Longsword Dancers on their way to the Spa.
Rev James Allison assisted by Victoria Macdonald, blesses the Spa, watched by Hebden Royd Mayor.
Looking over the rooftops of Hebden Bridge towards Stubbings School and the Birchcliffe hillside. The chimney of Bridge Mill can be seen on the left.
The working horse was a main stay of a farm in the past, and this old fellow was kind, gentle and reliable.
Yorkshire based sand artist Jamie Wardley and the Sand In Your Eye Team created a 10 tonne sand sculpture in the courtyard at Hebden Royd Town Hall in August 2014. The piece was entitled ‘Loss is Eternal’ and depicts the moment when the wife of a…
The War Memorial, June 2013
The War Memorial, June 2013
Spinning demonstration by Beryl Binns in the sheep section.
The sheep section of Halifax Show
John Wheelwright preparing to take part in the parade.
Miss Elizabeth Eccles was the queen.
In January 2015 Mayor Cllr Jonathan Timbers visited the Birchcliffe Centre, Hebden Bridge, and met members of the Pennine Horizons team, Hebden Bridge Local History Society and Pennine Heritage. Pictured l to r: Alice Law , Sarah Shooter, Jonathan…
Cllr Jonathan Timbers, Mayor of Hebden Royd, visited the Birchcliffe Centre in January 2015 to see the work of the Local History Society and the Digital Archive, part of the Pennine Horizons Project. Pictured here are Alice Law, Sarah Shooter, Cllr…
Cllr Jonathan Timbers, Mayor of Hebden Road 2014/15, examining documents from the archive of Hebden Bridge Local History Society, January 2015.
As part of the re-ordering of St Johns the organ was removed. It was taken to France and after extensive refurbishment was installed in an Abbey in the Lot Valley.
Possibly 1992/93. Pictured at Hebden Bridge Working Men's Club are: standing, L to R: Malcolm Eccles, Raymond Eccles, Renna White, John Halstead. Seated: Pete Rye, Ann Kilbey, Billy Broadbent.
A troupe of entertainers from St John's Church, Cragg Vale. Pictured after one of their performances in the theatre upstairs in the Sunday School are L to R: Carol Wolstenholme, Jean Smith, Ed Talbot, Pat Farthing, Geraint Harris, Gordon Nelson,…
Frank Woolrych giving a talk on the Alice Longstaff Collection at the Community Fair held at Hebden Bridge town Hall in October 2010.
In July 2007 the Town Council granted £1,700 to the Alice Longstaff Gallery Collection. Pictured L to R: Mayor Cllr Nadir Fekri, Alexandra (Alex) Mathie, Angie Cairns, Robert Garrett and Frank Woolrych. The money was used to help fund a play written…