Annual General Meeting and Get Together
Walkers are Welcome Annual General Meeting and Get Together
Hebden Bridge, Todmorden and Mytholmroyd
14th and 15th October 2017
This year’s Get Together will be in the birth place of the founding fathers of the Walkers are Welcome network.
This event will now be a Walkers are Welcome week. Come to the Heart of the Pennines on Monday 9th October and enjoy a series of bookable walks from Tuesday 10th until Saturday 14th, with the AGM being held on Saturday 14th October.
A video to promote the national Walkers are Welcome Annual Get-together to take place in Hebden Bridge (and Todmorden and Mytholmroyd) – the Heart of the Pennines – in October 2017.
For the further details of the Get Together’s conference information please click here
To download the booking form for the Get Together please click here
To help Walkers are Welcome town reps afford such a delightful experience the Hebden Bridge Hostel, next door to our AGM venue is offering a massive 25% discount if you stay for 6 nights. It only has 33 beds so book early.
Dorm bed in shared 4-bed single gender room – £20 per night or £15 per night for a stay of 6 or more nights
Bunk bed in 6-bed mixed gender room – £15 per night or £12 per night for a stay of 6 or more nights
Twin room – £55 per night or £42 per night for a stay of 6 or more nights
Single room – usually only available midweek – £45 per night or £35 per night for a stay of 6 or more nights
Double room – £60 per night, £45 per night for a stay of 6 or more nights
All rooms have an en suite toilet and shower.
The hostel is closed during the day between 10am and 5pm, although there is access to tea, coffee and toilet, all in the comfy warm foyer, all day long.
The hostel is closed until April but there is a caretaker on duty to take your booking. The hostel is spotlessly clean and toasty warm (thanks to the ground source heating that also heats the Birchcliffe centre next door). There is a kitchen for self catering.
We hope to see lots of Walkers are Welcome towns at this special anniversary event.
To mark the 10th anniversary and promote the event, Wally Woodcock, a local musician offered to write a song for the towns and when they heard it they thought it was great to share with others. Wally wanted the chorus to comprise a number of voices and he asked the local community choir to sing the final choruses.
After Christmas they will complete a full presentation to be uploaded with the song on to youtube but in the meantime, here is the song for you to enjoy. Click here to listen.