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Sylvia Plath Literary Festival
21st - 23rd October 2022
Hebden Bridge & Heptonstall
The blood jet is poetry, / There is no stopping it.
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Sylvia Plath Literary Festival
21st - 23rd October 2022
Hebden Bridge & Heptonstall
The blood jet is poetry, / There is no stopping it.

Getting Here

By Train

There are regular trains to Hebden Bridge from Leeds, Manchester, Preston and further afield. The train station is a 5 min walk away from the centre of town and is well signposted.

Facilities at the train station

  • Cycle parking (10 cycle lockers and 16 cycle stand parking spaces)
  • Car Park (There is no charge for railway users to park their cars in this car park)
  • This office has an induction loop
  • Accepts Cash & Cards
  • Ticket Machine
  • Pay Phone
  • Toilets (The toilets are available when the station is staffed)
  • Ramp for access

Parking is free for disabled customers parking in disabled spaces, displaying a valid International Blue Badge. Wheelchair users may require assistance using car park equipment at this station.

Opening Hours

Monday – Friday 06:40 – 20:30
Saturday 06:40 – 20:30
Sunday 09:40 – 17:00

Please see The National Rail website for tickets and price. or book at Trainline: https://www.thetrainline.com/

 

By Bus

Heptonstall is a 30 min steep uphill walk (or 5 min drive) from the train station. We recommend taking the 596 bus to Heptonstall from Hebden Bridge train station, which takes around 10 mins. Bus timetables can be found here and are approx. every 30 mins.

Halifax Town Centre- Hebden Bridge – Rochdale (Bus 590)

Keighley – Howarth – Hebden Bridge (Bus B3) – Bronte Bus

By Car

If you are arriving by car, there are five pay and display car parks close to the centre of Hebden Bridge. They can be found on the Calderdale Council website.

 

Useful Links

Local Links

Venues

Full price £8-£10 | Local ticket £5-£8

Digital ticket: £10-£20 | Workshops £12/8/5

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