Hebden Bridge Web

Woven in the Pennine hills


As another year comes to a close, this seems an appropriate time to give Chris Ratcliffe a fraternal pat on the back for creating and maintaining the Hebden Bridge Web. From small beginnings it╠s become something rather special... just like Hebden Bridge itself. And it╠s been fun for me to ╬publish╠ episodes of View From the Bridge: now running to more than 20,000 words of dubious humour. I know that Chris has a host of new ideas to make Hebden Bridge╠s own home on the web even better. So more power to your elbow, Chris...
John Morrison <john@trunorth.demon.co.uk>
UK - Wednesday, December 17, 1997 at 17:42:31 (GMT)
I miss the English countryside, especially at this time of the year, stranded in NYC surrounded by tons of English ex-pats. How lovely that this is were my brother and his wife chose to raise their children. It has taken a while, but this site has convinced me that I will be visiting Hebdon much sooner than London!
Elyn Wollensky <Elyn_Wollensky@mcgraw-hill.com>
NYC, NY USA - Wednesday, December 17, 1997 at 16:26:40 (GMT)
Hebden Bridge is special to me because I have two beatiful children who live there. I understand they cross the bridge (pictured on this web site) on their way to school.
Benjamin T. Seaver <seaver@ziplink.net>
Winchester, Massachusetts USA - Wednesday, December 10, 1997 at 16:28:50 (GMT)
How'do to all folk in hebden on t'net. Enough dodgy Yorkshire Speak. Im Gareth and I am a Yorkshire man in exile. Sure its only 150 Miles away which is a ride to the shops for some of our foreign friends, but believe me its too far for me. I am a Halifax man originally, but have spent many a happy time in Hebden, where my mothers family, The Hestletines and Inghams orginate from. My Grandparents, Audrey and Lesley Hestletine have been Innkeepers of two of Hebdens Pubs, Firstly the Hole in the wall during the late 50's(thats the pub next to Pack horse bridge). Later they move up Hebden dean to THe Robin Hood at Slack. My Parents (Avril and Peter Mitchell) worked at Cape Asbestos (now thankfully demolished), but worked for my Gran in The "Robin" in the evenings. I myself spent my first two year alive living up Birchcliffe, until my sister Amanda came along and my poor mother couldnt push two youngs 'uns up the hill (anyone who has seen Birchcliffe hill will know what i mean!!!) I often visit Halifax (once a month usually) to see my mate fat bob and visit my Sister and Gran parents. Anyone who has never been to Hebden its a real get away from the rat race place. Gareth Mitchell Yorkshire and proud.
Gareth Mitchell <Gareth.Mitchell@Ingrammicro .co.uk>
Milton Keynes, Bucks UK - Monday, December 08, 1997 at 18:11:10 (GMT)
Just bloody marvellous and I design web sites for a living! John Morrison's wry observations fit it perfectly. I lived in Ripponden and Halifax for many years but worked in Hebden from '73-'76 at Calrec. Anyone still around from that era - I still see Sid occasionally? As I now live in 'sunny' Geordieland it's sheer delight to keep in touch with that bit of Eden in the Calder Valley. Superb, keep up the good work and more, more, more Views from the Bridge.
Hampton Court, London UK - Friday, November 28, 1997 at 15:12:41 (GMT)
Hello to the people I know in Hebden Bridge. John Morrison, you are a genius! I love you. Debs.xxx
Debbie <ask2013@craven-college.ac.uk>
Wensleydale UK - Tuesday, November 25, 1997 at 19:40:15 (GMT)
Not too sure what you mean, Sarah, but if you hang around in the square for long enough you'll probably find someone to share a bottle of industrial-strength scrumpy with...
John Morrison <john@trunorth.demon.co.uk>
Hebden Bridge, UK - Wednesday, November 19, 1997 at 15:21:57 (GMT)
A very interesting page, I'm researching Community Access Projects in general. I was wondering if there are any public access points in the town for general web searching? Sarah
sarah Gregory <liu719@unn.ac.uk>
Newcastle, UK - Wednesday, November 19, 1997 at 13:48:01 (GMT)
Hello everyone. I'm really impressed with this site, I still know whats going on even from London!!
Jane Crossley <jcrossley@mail.bta.org.uk>
Mytholmroyd, West Yorkshire UK - Thursday, November 13, 1997 at 15:49:49 (GMT)
Hi, I am enjoying all my visits to Hebden, as my girlfriend has now been living in the town for about six months. Just a quick note to say that a band that I promote, and that the record company I work for records, is playing at the Trades Club in February....some of you who are interested in jazz may have heard the name John Mayer, in connection with the Indo-Jazz Fusions project he was involved with in the 1960s. Well, he is playing the Trades with his band - who we have done two CDs with - on the 7th of February, 1998. Should be an excellent gig. If you like music, check out our Nimbus Records website at the URL I have listed here. See ya, Alfie Goodrich
Alf Goodrich <AlfGoodrich@compuserve.com>
Monmouth, Monmouthshire UK - Friday, November 07, 1997 at 13:04:16 (GMT)
It's nice to be able to see home when I live so far away in Stirling, Scotland.
Heather Newton <hln01@students.stir.ac.uk>
UK - Thursday, November 06, 1997 at 22:33:16 (GMT)
A little piece of Hebden Bridge. Doesn't get the best of it though.... Nightime is probably when you see the real town.
Sam Croft <Sam.Croft@nacl.ac.uk>
Hebden Bridge, yorkshire UK - Sunday, November 02, 1997 at 15:07:22 (GMT)
I've enjoyed this web site and particularly John Morrison's writing.I'm just waiting to use that marvellous line describing someone as coming from "the shallow end of the gene pool".Also as a teacher I'm exposed to many fellow teachers who have "never yet seen a bandwagon (they) didn't like".I will return to read about Willow Woman and the Town Drunk.
mike mulligan <mulligan@opera.iinet.net.au>
perth, western australia australia - Sunday, November 02, 1997 at 00:49:55 (GMT)
We have an excellent local bookshop which also does mail order by Internet at http://www.bookcase.co.uk Hope this helps
Webmaster <webmaster@penpens.demon.co.uk>
UK - Tuesday, October 21, 1997 at 09:08:57 (BST)
I am sorry to say I have never visited Hebden Bridge, but I suspect I have missed a lot, judging from the comments I have read. What I need to know is the name and address of a bookstore in town that might have local history and genealogy titles. I am assisting a friend whose ancestors came from Hebden Bridge, and we hope to locate a copy of a book published in 1986 by a gentleman named Hebden. The title is "The Hebden Family, 913A.D.-ca.1977." I would appreciate any information.
Barbara E. Taylor <WCXT96B@prodigy.com>
Fort Myers, Florida, USA - Tuesday, October 21, 1997 at 01:01:10 (BST)
Hebden Bridge is so big it deserves a web page, I am very surprised.
Jill Dyson
Hebden Bridge(home) Nottingham(university), UK - Saturday, October 18, 1997 at 21:58:12 (BST)
Just a note to inform that the e-mail in my previous message is no longer current. The new e-mail is attached. Cheers, Tim
Tim Gerard Wilde <rovers@direct.ca>
Vancouver, British Columbia Canada - Friday, October 17, 1997 at 05:24:32 (BST)
My grandfather, Albert Wilde, ran the Midgehole workingman's pub during the 1960s and 1970s. My grandmother, Violet Wilde, worked along side Albert and contributed in no small way to a warm, friendly pub atmosphere. My father, James Wilde, attended Calder High School in the 1940s, became a doctor, and emigrated to Canada with his family in the late 1960s. I may have lived in Canada for most of my 35 years, but my heart remains at my grandparents' old house on Lee Mount. I look forward to taking my wife and baby daughter to Hebden to show them where I spent many happy days of my childhood. In the meantime, however, your website has brought back some very fond memories. Best Regards, Tim P.S. Friendly chat welcome (my e-mail should be working by October 15/97).
Tim Gerard Wilde <roversreturn@sprint.ca>
Vancouver, British Columbia Canada - Monday, October 13, 1997 at 05:47:38 (BST)
Thomas Hebden immigrated from Hebden Bridge to the USA at the age of 15 in the year 1878. His father also lived in Hebden Bridge. Family lore tells that a Sir William Hebden :(unknown date or place) was Knighted and was an ansestor to Whomas Hebden. Ed Hebden, son of Thomas Hebden, would like to find a lead to Sir William Heden. Please write to Ed Hebden at WCXT96A@ prodigy.com.
Ed Hebden <wcxt96a@prodigy.com>
Fort Myers, , Lee County Florida, USA - Tuesday, October 07, 1997 at 01:22:27 (BST)
My connection to your excellent site was throught the Discworld novels - your theatre group is putting on one of Terry Pratchett's stories. I'm from Bradford (30 years ago). When I was in the scouts (Hanson Grammar) we used to stay on land close by the music teacher, wholived in HB - his name was (and still is, if he's still alive) Len Poole. What a blast - finding Hebden Bridge is on the net! Wait til I tell me dad. Happy Days!!! :-)
Tony Wood <twood1@compuserve.com>
Roleystone, Western Australia Australia - Sunday, October 05, 1997 at 15:57:57 (BST)
What a great web site. Having just visited Walkleys Clogs in Hebdon Bridge I was fasinated by your net. I was born in Harrogate, grew up in Halifax and now live in the U.S. But I vist Yorkshire almost every year. After finding Hebdon it will be a new adventure.Please Sir I want some more.
Joyce Vranich <twotwo@mail.icongrp.com>
Highland, Indiana USA - Sunday, October 05, 1997 at 12:42:39 (BST)
Tis 'rit good to hear news from 'ome! Excellent web page and a good, informative read. Thanks & best regards, From a local lad who made good in a land far away.
Charles Ansell <Charles_Ansell@compuserve.com>
Mississauga, Ontario Canada - Monday, September 15, 1997 at 22:27:13 (BST)
Orange are planning to erect a telecommunications tower in an ancient woodland just offheight road destoying several rare forms of wildlife and spoiling our valley. Any one who cares about keeping our history and environment please get in touch- thanks
brian boland <boland@reine.co.uk>
Midgley, Halifax, Yorkshire UK - Wednesday, September 10, 1997 at 20:49:05 (BST)
I love your website. Looks like Hebden Bridge is a wonderful place to live. Hopefully I'll visit someday.
Cleo Cunningham <frecle@centraltx.net>
Kempner, Texas USA - Sunday, August 31, 1997 at 22:46:42 (BST)
Brilliant web site. This is the first trouble free find I have had on the Net. We often visit Chris Green at Hebden and envy you all very much, you have such a lot going on up there. Keep adding on to this I'll be back. Sue Tracey
Sue Tracey <stracey@royston.nildram.co.uk>
Princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire UK - Saturday, August 30, 1997 at 16:12:16 (BST)
Very interested to hear from the writers and artists who are creating in Hebden. Actually, any alternative thinker will do. I'm also interested in the hot debates, particularly the school issues. And naturally, I'm interested in learning how I might be received in Hebden. Is it a rare name around there?
William Hebden <beatcontrol@enter.net>
USA - Tuesday, August 26, 1997 at 04:07:14 (BST)
Greetings to all people in Hebden-Bridge especially to Ged Carter who's now back in England! He works in the German Theme Park "Europa-Park" 9 month a year.
Michael Hoffmann <mhoffm96@aol.com>
Rust, Southwest of germany Germany - Saturday, August 23, 1997 at 19:13:55 (BST)
This really is a joy to read. I've been to Hebden a couple of times to visit my luvly auntie vic and will be back there again soon no doubt. In finland at the mo, and it's just great. Anyway, like the pics, the comedy, and the layout v.much. Victoria L. Deas
vicky deas <vicdeas@hotmail.com>
devon UK - Monday, August 18, 1997 at 11:19:30 (BST)
On holiday here and my tour of Wineries and Townships has nededup at an Internet cafe The majority of the others on the trip are rugby playing pissheads so its nice th retreat to the Internet Cafe and send a message home S Africa is so exciting, optimistic and cool I'm so shocked by it- so much enthusiasm for the New South Africa by whites, the amazing work of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission The whole place makes me cry and want to help in the reconstruction. Lots of Love Chris Green (normally of Hebden Bridge)
Chris Green
Cape Town, South Africa - Friday, August 15, 1997 at 16:28:55 (BST)
As mentioned before on this page I lived in Hebden Bridge in around 1970. I had a flat on the just over the bridge on the right travelling towards Todmorden. I remember the White Lion Hotel at that time run by Bill Povey. Maud's clog soles was operating between Hebden Bridge and Mytholmroyd. I worked for Pennine Eggs. Dave Harry and I used to visit Pubs in Cragg Vale, Heptonstall and a few others.
Paul Thornton <thornt@geelong,starway.net.au>
Geelong, Victoria Australia - Monday, August 11, 1997 at 12:13:31 (BST)
Hey, John Morrison - how's about another episode of View from the Bridge?
Sam Bevan <106570.1415@compuserve.com>
Monmouth, Monmouthshire UK - Saturday, August 09, 1997 at 12:25:18 (BST)
The web site is coming along nicely. How about some pictures of the Hardcastle Crags area?
Martin Wilson <p6e13@keele.ac.uk>
Keele University, Staffordshire UK - Thursday, August 07, 1997 at 17:52:52 (BST)
I live on the other side of the hills by Anglezarke moors where the wind carries echoes of prehistoric resonance from the rocks and streams. I am interested in the bronze age and ancient barrows and monuments in the area. Any information on interesting sites??
Margot <Lauri.margot@btinternet.com>
Chorley, Lancs UK - Tuesday, August 05, 1997 at 21:43:52 (BST)
I live on the other side of the hills by Anglezarke moors where the wind carries echoes of prehistoric resonance from the rocks and streams. I am interested in the bronze age and ancient barrows and monuments in the area. Any information on interesting sites??
Margot <Lauri.margot@btinternet.com>
Chorley, Lancs UK - Tuesday, August 05, 1997 at 21:43:44 (BST)
My ancestors were HEBDEN's so I was delighted to find this sight and a picture of the Hebden Bridge. If anyone has information about the HEBDEN family please contact me!
Tisha Hibdon Petree <tpetree@ms.california.k12.mo.us>
California, MO US - Tuesday, August 05, 1997 at 19:15:12 (BST)
My sister will go to Hebden Bridge to work like aupair. I would like, i really would be grateful if anyone could send me photographs or interesting webs to see how is, or any comment that would be useful for her. Thank you very much!...
Sergio <sergio.dorta@usa.net>
Tacoronte, Canary Islands SPAIN - Saturday, August 02, 1997 at 18:05:33 (BST)
After 30 years away from my beloved York- shire I look forward to reading your site and getting back to my roots. Keep up the very good work !
Michael Brown <brownmi@navcanada.ca>
Vancouver. , BC Canada. - Friday, August 01, 1997 at 20:15:29 (BST)
Does anyone know about the UFO site in Cornholme Can they tell me more about it ?
Sam <c\o C.green@zen.co.uk>
Cornholme, UK - Thursday, July 24, 1997 at 20:07:59 (BST)
Blimey Stan, there sounds as if there's a good story there! Had the pilot just crashed? Did he have you at gunpoint? Was it a dark and stormy night? Seriously, for the curious amongst us, are you willing to share any more of it?
Andy Carter <AndyCarter@waveland.org>
Heptonstall, West Yorkshire UK - Wednesday, July 23, 1997 at 17:01:54 (BST)
For 57 years I have been gratefull to the Luftwaffa pilot who made my mum take me to Hebdon.It was the first time in my life I saw green grass and sheep up in the crags.I would just like to pick a bunch of primroses again and take a walk along the lane to the old school.
Stan Pierce <sepierce@powerup.com.au>
Brisbane, Queensland Australia - Friday, July 18, 1997 at 15:41:29 (BST)
First of all, that e-mail address is fake, but I've been getting a lot of junk mail recently! We really miss Hebden Bridge - Sue gets back regularly, but Tim and I very infrequently. If any of our friends from Windsor Road - or the circle dancers - want to call in and see us, please feel free, Springfield House is a handy coffee stop when you're travelling up the M1, but bring your hard hat and your wellies!
Jon Rouse <Jon@timewarp.demon.co.ukx>
Clay Cross, Derbyshire UK - Tuesday, July 15, 1997 at 13:31:21 (BST)
Hi! I am visiting this site at the recommendation of a good friend in Monmouth, Wales. Just wanted to say what fantastic pages I think these are, and for a town of its size how impressed I am by the sheer complexity of HB's inhabitants. I especially enjoyed John Morrison's prose and ache accordingly! In Walsingham (don't ever come here, by the way) there are merely three groups of people: The notoriously imbecilic indigenous population, Christian pilgrims (fat, busty and clearly Irish), and the remainder? Gay clergy, of course! Oh - and me. Look foward to visiting the newly installed Michelle Crabbe in lovely Hebden Bridge very soon. Bye!
Samuel Bevan <106570.1415@Compuserve.com>
Walsingham, Norfolk UK - Saturday, July 12, 1997 at 11:17:20 (BST)
I would like to order the book Cycling in search of the Cathars, but don't know how. Could you please send me e-mail with instructions? Thank you. Elizabeth Siebeck
Elizabeth Siebeck <Polyglot33@AOL.COM>
Elgin, Illinois 60120 USA - Sunday, June 29, 1997 at 16:46:49 (BST)
Terry, I felt the page lacked a local Hebden Bridge/Mytholmroyd member. good to hear from you. As mentioned previously I lived in Hebden Bridge and worked for Thornbers in Mytholmroyd approx. twenty five years ago. I knew the Thornber and the Robertshaw families and many others and would be intersted to reminise with any who remember me. Thanks, Paul.
Paul Thornton <thornt@geelong.starway.net.au>
GEELONG, VICTORIA AUSTRALIA - Thursday, June 26, 1997 at 13:53:35 (BST)
Hi, I've lived in the area all my life. 26 years in Hebden Bridge and the rest in Mytholmroyd. I have been on the internet for only a couple of months and was delighted to find the Hebden Bridge Web Site. I love the area, and couldn't imagine living anywhere else. During my lifetime (63 years) I have seen Hebden Bridge grow from a grimey mill town ( at the end of the 1940s I counted 33 mill chimneys from the hillside above Fairfield), to the delightfull place it is today. I shall visit the site often, keep up the good work.
Terry Dewhirst <terry@tdgraphics.demon.co.uk>
Mytholmroyd, Hebden Bridge,, West Yorkshire. UK - Friday, June 20, 1997 at 23:22:31 (BST)
This is a really nice web page. For another idea on interactive guest books/message boards, take a look at the web site a friend of mine has put together for Monmouth. It has an interactive message board which has already become very popular. Check it out on the URL I have listed. Alf
Alf Goodrich <AlfGoodrich@compuserve.com>
Monmouth, Gwent/Wye Valley UK - Monday, June 16, 1997 at 23:02:40 (BST)
Hi...great to find such a good web site for Hebden Bridge. I am moving up to the area at the end of June and am looking for somewhere to rent...I don't suppose anyway might be able to help??? :-) If you can help me out, please email me at my boyfriend Alf's address, the one that I have listed here. I look forward to re-visiting these pages, they are excellent...and I look forward to moving into Hebden Bridge soon. See ya, Michelle
Michelle Crabbe <AlfGoodrich@compuserve.com>
Monmouth, Gwent/Wye Valley UK - Monday, June 16, 1997 at 22:43:02 (BST)
Having lived in Hebden Bridge I was delighted to find this page. Living in a flat over a shop just over the bridge when leaving town, I frequented the White Lion and a pub, I don't remember the name, that served Boddingtons. Having developed the taste I can now get that brew here in Australia. I will revisit this page again. Paul
Paul Thornton <thornt@geelong.starway.net.au>
Geelong, Victoria Australia - Sunday, June 15, 1997 at 13:54:51 (BST)
Great to find this page. I spent some years living in Hebden Bridge whilst working for Thornbers. Living in a flat above a shop, first on the right over the bridge leaving town, I frquented the White Bull and developed a taste for Boddingtons at a Pub I don't remember the name of. The taste still lingers and I can now buy Boddingtons in Australia. Wiil visit this page frequently. Paul.
Paul Thornton <thornt@geelong.starway.net.au>
Geelong, Victoria Australia - Sunday, June 15, 1997 at 13:25:13 (BST)
Frequent visitor,friend of cinema and of Elizabeth Gill
Tomkelly <mjk@gnc.u-net.com>
Liverpool, Mersey UK - Wednesday, June 11, 1997 at 19:04:04 (BST)
Hello to all my friends including Steve Burnip, Phi Vaughan and I.O. Fox. See you soon
peter devine <orlando public library, USA>
FLORIDA USA - Tuesday, June 10, 1997 at 20:18:24 (BST)
Ajoy to behold, finding Hebden Bridge on the NET. I'd love a pint of Black Sheep in the White Swan right now. Cheers Hebden
Alfred Ogley <aogley@tra.auracom.com>
Trail, British Columbia Canada - Friday, June 06, 1997 at 23:56:17 (BST)
Nice homepage...
Matthias Kahlert <mkahlert@kagi.com>
Neutraubling, Bavaria Germany - Thursday, June 05, 1997 at 10:57:16 (BST)
Was very surprised and most delighted to find this sight by typing my last name in a general search query. I have wanted to find out information on Hebden Bridge for a long time, just knowing where it is located on the map has not been enough. I almost made it over last year but the trip was cancelled at the last moment.Looking forward to visiting in 98. Are there any Hebdens living in Hebden Bridge? I am interested in hearing from you. Thanks, Val Hebden Vancouver, Canada
Val Hebden <comox410@direct.ca>
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada - Tuesday, June 03, 1997 at 04:47:39 (BST)
I would like to get some information about Georg Trakl.Please help me! Thanks!
Kovůcs Gy˝rgyi <g3kovgyo@gyakg.u-szeged.hu>
Szeged, Hungary UK - Thursday, May 22, 1997 at 09:46:19 (BST)
Last night's meeting of the management committee of Calder Valley Credit Union recorded that we had just recruited our 60th member. If you are not excited by the way Halifax Building Society hass treatedf its members, and want to be part of a savings and loans organisation which is democratic, locally based and financially sound, join Calder Valley Credit Union. It costs ú1 to join, and then you can save regularly by visiting the collection points, or by standing order. No on line membership application form yet,but you can Email me and I'll pop one in the post Chris Green
Chris Green <c.green@zen.co.uk>
Hebden Bridge, UK - Tuesday, May 20, 1997 at 11:02:19 (BST)
I think Hebden Bridge page is great! I came upon it while checking out some of my family. Last name Suthers, who originated in that area. Anyone with any knowledge of the name Suthers, I would love to hear from you.
Linda Espeut <espeut@control.utoronto.ca>
Toronto, Ontario Canada - Thursday, May 15, 1997 at 19:09:35 (BST)
A breath of fresh air through cyberspace. It made me feel homesick though I have been living over here for thirty odd years. Used to visit family in Windsor Road, - shall now visit HB Web! Still love Mytholmroyd and oh for a walk on the moors!... Nice site. Thank you.
Christine Labroche <christinel@cyberscope.fr>
Celles-sur-Belle, France - Thursday, May 15, 1997 at 15:12:43 (BST)
A most interesting place. What about the clogs? Is this the only place to buy clogs?
Roy Entwistle <headley@headley.co.uk>
Ashford, Kent UK - Friday, May 09, 1997 at 14:58:22 (BST)
Chris' talk about choirs suggests that I should mention that The Hepton Singers who are well known in Hebden Bridge have just launched a Friends of Hepton Singers. If anyone is interested in getting in touch I would be pleased to hear from them. membership is only two quid to cover cost of mailing etc.. The next concert we are performing is in heptonstall Parish Chuch on 5th july as part of Hebden Bridge Festival. Then in September we are planning an evening of music and readings from the 17th Century including Pepys. In october we are hoping to visit Utrecht as part of an exchange with Trajecti Voces. At the request of th choir I shall be setting up a page on my URL in the near future: http:\\www.bookcase.co.uk. Finally congratulations to Pennine Pens for an excellent site.
Peter Tillotson <WoodFarmHB@aol.com>
Hebden Bridge, UK - Friday, May 02, 1997 at 23:26:35 (BST)
I've just added some words of a song to the Election Forum,with a couple of verses that the mixed choir Calder Valley Voices were singing last night. Here's another verse and the chorus again Our parents fought thisd fight before and thought that they had won You should have seen the boss turn green and how that man could run, Buty when our parents turned their backs the boss came again to dodge their tax And the next time we'll not be so lax and we'll have a Mayday then. We'll have a May Day My o My, we'll have a May Day then, We'll have a May Day MY o My, We'll have a May Day then. The Choir is planning a number of events including Suimmer Solsatice singing in George Square,and Raise Your Banners in Sheffield Oct 31st-Nov 2nd, a merga festival of socialist song The Choir meets on Thguirsday evening at Central St Schoolat 7p.m. New members always very welcome
chris green <c.green@zen.co.uk>
Hebden Bridge, UK - Friday, May 02, 1997 at 12:17:18 (BST)

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