Hebden Bridge - A love story

A little while ago me and the boy had a day out in the gorgeous Hebden Bridge. 

I've been there a couple of times before with work and completely fell in love. I could spend hours upon hours in most of the cute boutique shops there.

We wandered around the canal and the town center before making our way to the Organic House for some scrumptious lunch.

They have a great selection of freshly squeezed juices and in the colder weather they do a special hot juice called the 'Flut Shot'. I was feeling a little under the weather and this juice definitely picked me up! It consisted of apples, oranges, ginger and some other magical ingredients.

The boy tried out one of their available craft beers. Beer is always his drink of choice.

I ordered a delicious vegetarian burrito but had it on nachos instead of the wrap. All of the ingredients were so fresh that each bite provided with an explosion of flavours in my mouth.

After our lunch we walked over to the Heart Gallery. I could have stayed in there forever. There were unique jewellery pieces, art prints, creative kitchen utensils and more.

I loved that little corner display, I had Oli take a photo of my outfit.

I'm wearing: 

Shirt from H&M
Jumper from Primark
Boots from New Look
Necklace from Accesorize
Vintage skirt

I also had the pleasure of meeting Heather Wilson, a very talented and skilled hat and textiles maker who has a little work space inside the gallery.

She has a display of miniature zodiac inspired costumes which she created for her degree show; I thought they were amazing. Heather explained to me that the materials they were made from represented something characteristic of each zodiac sign. 

As we were wandering around we also came across the Spirals Fair trade shop. There were lots of organic, locally made beauty products to choose from as well as some stunning homeware.

Another shop which we just had to go into because the window display was so stunning, was the Radiance lighting boutique. If we are ever looking for new lights we will definitely be making our way back there!

So I've saved the best for last. The Willow Garden, the most beautiful florist shop I have ever seen. It felt like I walked into a fairytale. I wanted to buy everything and anything. We must have spent about 45 minutes in there having a look at all the plants and ornaments they had on display.

We picked three different types of flowers to buy, but after a quick search on the internet we quickly learned that unfortunately all of them were poisonous to cats (sad face). We didn't leave empty handed though, we bought this stunning vintage cage with a tea light holder. It looks so gorgeous out on our terrace, we both agree that it's the best purchase we have made in a long time!

If you get a chance you must take a trip down to Hebden Bridge, I'm sure you won't be dissapointed! We will definitely be taking another trip there in the summer.

Until next time,

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  1. I've been wanting to visit Hebden Bridge for so long! All the shops looks so cute and picture perfect. I LOVE the wallpapers in the wallpaper roll photos... So pretty. Definitely need to come here soon :) xxxx

    1. Aw Sarah you would love it! It's such a cute gorgeous place :) xx

  2. This place looks just BEAUTIFUL :D so quaint and quirky! Where is it and is it far from Bath?
    I fell in love with those amazing flower standing lamps. Just woah :)

    Sarah xxo | thesaltyseablog.blogspot.co.uk

    1. It really is! I love it there. Unfortunately it's almost four hours in the car from Bath!! Quite a long way to go! Maybe you should come for a weekend in Yorkshire and then you could squeeze it in? :) xx

  3. What a stunning place, I love love love those Lions and those lamps, just so unique and stunning x

  4. Oh wow, this vegetarian burrito looks amazing, I'm salivating now (it's good it's almost lunchtime, lol!).


    1. Hahaha You know it's a good meal when a picture of it can make other people hungry!! x

  5. Hebden Bridge looks so lovely - what a wonderful selection of beautiful, independent shops to choose from! The Heart Gallery is such a pretty, quirky space - I imagine you could spend hours in there. Also, such a silly thing to notice, but how well put together is Heather Wilson? I wish my hair, outfit and accessories were even half on point at work as hers are! Her miniature zodiac costumes are also so beautiful.

    The Willow Garden literally looks like something from a film set/fairytale.


    p.s. that vegetarian burrito is making my stomach rumble!

    1. She was a gorgeous lady!! So interesting to I oculd have spoken to her for hours :) I think you should pay it a visit Charlene!! x

  6. You've got me itching for a trip to Hebden Bridge now, haven't been for a while!

    1. Glad my post has had that effect Kelly :) I am so going back in the summer!!

  7. If you go again you should stay here; http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Review-g528757-d4465618-Reviews-Garnett_B_B-Hebden_Bridge_West_Yorkshire_England.html

    It's lovely!!

    1. Thanks Ellie I'll make sure to check this place out :D

  8. Wow you have got some gorgeous photography skills, it always helps when the subject is great too and Hebden Bridge is no exception to the rule. I've never been but my parents absolutely love going there for days out. I might need to venture out soon!
    Bee xxx


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