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Built by the Hebden Bridge Fustian Manufacturing Society a commercially successful co-operative. It was taken over by the Co-operative Wholesale Society after the First World War. Production of fustians ceased in the 1960s. Today it is once again…

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The central stores of the Todmorden Co-op on Dale Street, shown in its Jubilee year, 1896.

The co-operative movement in Todmorden started in the early 19th Century and expanded rapidly for the next 100 years. From one small store, the movement…

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Todmorden Industrial and Co-operative Society advertisement 1901

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Todmorden Industrial and Co-operative Society, list of Directors of the Board - 1896

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The co-operative movement in Todmorden started in the early 19th Century and expanded rapidly for the next 100 years. From one small store, the movement grew until there were general stores in every part of the area. The main store was in Dale Street…

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The old Keighley Road Co-op in Hebden Bridge.

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Hebden Bridge Co-op building on the corner of Carlton Street and Albert Street. Opened in 1876.

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Hebden Royd Urban District. Estimates 1951-52. Unclassified County Road, towards Hebden Bridge. Reconstruction at Towngate, Heptonstall. After improvement.
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