New in 2021!
After a long hiatus – during which we and many others have been keeping ourselves sane and healthy by walking in our wonderful landscape – TodWalkers are returning with the fruits of our lockdown labours.
The ‘Todmorden Ways in the Heart of the Pennines’ Dinky Map, showing the Todmorden Centenary Way and its Link Paths, and the Todmorden stretch of the Calderdale Way.
Both available from the Todmorden Information Centre, the Book Case in Hebden Bridge , or on-line from heartofthepennines.org.uk
TodWalkers is a group of enthusiastic walkers based in and around Todmorden, West Yorkshire, officially formed in March 2015. We have a constitution (copy here), and some people to form a Committee (chair, vice-chair, secretary and treasurer). The present Chair is Nick Littlewood, Vice Chair: Robin Asby, Secretary: Penny Marrington and Treasurer: Annette Williams
The aim of TodWalkers is:
- to encourage recreational walking in the Todmorden area, both for local people and visitors
- to campaign for better facilities for walkers, including the adequate maintenance of existing footpaths/bridleways and the creation of new footpaths.
In meeting these objectives, TodWalkers will as much as possible seek to encourage the use of public transport.
Our work is in the form of projects. See the rest of this website for more details of our current projects.
To become a member of TodWalkers, please contact Penny at firstname.lastname@example.org . We’ll send you a form to fill in – and membership is free.
If you come across any local paths that need repairing, or any directions in any of our guides which don’t seem right, please could you contact us at email@example.com