A cyclist has died after being involved in a collision in Hebden Bridge.
It happened on Sunday July 17 at around 1.15pm when the cyclist was travelling towards Hebden Bridge on Keighley Road and a Vauxhall Zafira travelling in the opposite direction collided between the market town and Peckett Well.
The cyclist, a 32-year-old man, died at the scene. Two other male cyclists travelling with the victim were uninjured.
Another cyclist then collided with a van that had stopped to help. He was taken to hospital for treatment. Police are treating the incidents separately.
I would appeal to anyone who was travelling around the area on Sunday afternoon who may have seen either the cyclists, or the vehicle prior to the incident or anyone who witnessed the collision itself to come forward. Enquiries are ongoing."
Police are appealing for information after a five-year-old girl received serious, potentially life-altering, injuries after being bitten on the face by a dog at the Handmade Parade event in Hebden Bridge.
Police say the girl was waiting in line at a food stall at the event in Calder Holmes Park between 2.50pm and 3pm on Sunday when a dog, believed to be a Staffordshire bull terrier, jumped up biting her face and leg.
The dog was on a lead at the time of the incident and is described as ginger/brown with white markings and a white belly and was wearing a light brown four point harness. Two men were with the dog who are described as both being white, aged around 50-years-old, of quite broad build, wearing glasses. One was further described as bald or with very short hair and was wearing a black or navy and white horizontal striped shirt.
The five-year-old girl involved in this incident needed reconstructive surgery to an eyelid following this attack and has suffered potentially irreparable damage to her lower tear duct.
The two men with the dog have apparently left the area without checking on the girl's welfare or leaving any details. We need to identify these two men and would urge anyone with information about who they are, or indeed the men themselves, to come forwards
The community spirit of Hebden Bridge, devastated by the Boxing Day floods, has been celebrated at the town's annual Handmade Parade.Read the full story ›
The wonderfully wacky 'Handmade Parade' returned to the streets of Hebden Bridge today. Click here to see pictures of the event.Read the full story ›
The wonderfully wacky 'Handmade Parade' returns to the streets of Hebden Bridge today, when giant puppets and all kinds of curious creations lead a parade through the town onto the Calder Holmes Park.
The parade will start at 12 noon, with spectators encouraged to join in a 'Picnic in the Park' from 1pm until 4pm.
Local schoolchildren have been taking part in a number of workshops over the last few weeks, working with a team of local professional carnival artists.
They along with adult volunteers, guest artists and a number of street bands will be among around 1000 people who will dance down the streets of the town, watched by thousands.
Visitors travelling to Hebden Bridge for the parade are encouraged to use public transport. Road users are reminded that the A646 in the centre of Hebden Bridge will be closed between 12.00-12.45.
Six months on from the Boxing Day floods which devastated the Calder Valley, residents and business have been celebrating an 'Alternative Christmas' today.
The rains which started on Christmas Day saw festivities ruined for many people in both Hebden Bridge and Mytholmroyd - with hundreds of homes and business left under up to six feet of water.
The town council organised a day of Christmas festivities, with shops encouraged to get out the tinsel and baubles and decorate their businesses - to make up for the soggy Christmas they lost.
Hebden Bridge Junior Band kicked off celebrations by playing carols around a Christmas tree in the town's St George's Square at 11 am. They were also playing at Mytholmroyd Gala, which started at 12.15 pm, and accompanied there by a choir from Burnley Road Primary School, whose pupils have still not been able to return to their flooded classrooms and continue to be taught elsewhere.
There will be all the fun of the gala in Mytholmroyd, and street entertainment in Hebden Bridge throughout the day.
Hebden Bridge Picture House - devastated by the Boxing Day floods - is back in business and looking smarter than ever.Read the full story ›
The last workshops take place this week and next to create a show-stopping costume for this year's Handmade Parade in Hebden Bridge.
The theme for 2016 is "Muck In", and spectators can expect the usual weird, wonderful and wacky creations, with busy bees, dung beetles and giant trees parading through the town on June 26th, along with a giant toilet and a hippo mud spa.
Open workshops for people to create their parade costumes with the help of professional artists are being held at the Victoria Road workshops, today and Thursday between 4pm and 6pm; on June 18th and 19th between 10 am and12 pm and 2pm and 4 pm; and June 21st and 23rd between 4pm and 6pm and 7pm and 9pm. For more information click here.
Detectives investigating the death of Lindsay Rimer have sent evidence to Canada in a bid to catch her killer - 21 years on from her murder.Read the full story ›
The brass band community has turned out in force to help support Hebden Bridge Junior Band, which lost its home and a large amount of equipment in the Boxing Day floods.
Hundreds turned out to watch 'massed blast' with players from at least a dozen brass bands from Yorks and lancs, including from the Yorkshire regiment band. Such a success it could become an annual event.