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A cotton tea towel printed with a vintage map of the town of Hebden Bridge in West Yorkshire. Map details include the villages of Heptonstall, Peckett Well, Old Town and the National Trust's Hardcastle Crags. This is a detail from a map originally published in 1953 by Ordnance Survey.

This tea towel was sold to raise funds for the Calder Valley Relief Appeal raising £2,000. 

100% cotton

48cm x 68cm

Wash at 40 degrees

Made in Great Britain



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  1. Highly appreciated gift

    Posted by Unknown on 6th Sep 2016

    Bought for a present - the recipient loved it, and said she's going to frame it as it's far too nice to use.
    Packaged well, and Jane went above and beyond with the delivery :-)

  2. Hebden Bridge Tea-towel

    Posted by Denise on 14th Jan 2016

    Beautiful tea-towel - will never see the drying up, too much of a work of art. Bought 3 and will be framing them for Christmas gifts this year. All in support of the Calder Valley Flood Appeal. Delighted!

  3. floods.

    Posted by Unknown on 13th Jan 2016

    Lovely tea towel . An excellent cause. Thank you..

  4. A great product supporting a great cause

    Posted by Unknown on 13th Jan 2016

    Having lived in Yorkshire all my life , we were saddened when we were watching the devastation caused by the floods on Boxing Day 2015. Being unable to provide man power due to health issues it was then turning our support in different ways and seeing that the sale of these T towels was going towards the cause it was a no brainier! A great product supporting a great cause - well done and thanks.

  5. superb quality

    Posted by Chris mezeli on 13th Jan 2016

    Superb quality and beautiful item. Packaged well and delivery as promised

  6. Too good to be used as a tea towel!

    Posted by Unknown on 13th Jan 2016

    I made my purchase to support residents in Hebden Bridge following awful floods & was really pleased to receive such a high quality tea towel which is too good to be used ..thank you

  7. Hebden Bridge teatowel

    Posted by Kay on 12th Jan 2016

    Great tea towel to raise money for the Calder Valley - affected by the Boxing Day Floods

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