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About Hebden Bridge
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Hebden Bridge, the ‘Pennine Centre’,
 is a town of real character and grew out of textile production.
 Heptonstall, above the town, became the centre for weavers and
Hebden Bridge, the river crossing point for pack horses laden with cloth, salt and food.
 First a wooden bridge was built and then the stone one you can see today - built in 1510