About Todmorden

Todmorden is a market town in the Upper Calder Valley in Calderdale, West Yorkshire, England. It is about 17 miles from Manchester and has a population of just over 15,000 people. Todmorden is at the confluence of three steep-sided Pennine valleys and is surrounded by moorlands with outcrops of sandblasted gritstone.

What's so good about Todmorden? 

Well, there are free vegetables and herbs everywhere – on verges, on scraps of land and even outside the police station. The Town’s Incredible Edible project is trying to make the town self-sufficient in food! But even without the kale, this former Yorkshire mill town's a stirring place, pinched by Pennine hills, spread liberally with lovely stone architecture and lived in by warm, community-minded people. If you're not green-fingered, there are performances, musicals and concerts to attend, folk festivals and choral societies to find voice and carnivals to organise.

View of town centre
View of town centre
Walsden - on the canal
Walsden - on the canal
General view
General view
Todmorden Town Hall
Todmorden Town Hall
Railway station
Todmorden Railway Station
Water Street
Water Street
Rochdale canal
Rochdale canal
Mankinholes and Lumbutts
Mankinholes and Lumbutts
Havelin Park
Havelin Park

Council meetings

Development
Wed 22 Aug 2018
General Purposes
Wed 29 Aug 2018
Amenities
Wed 05 Sep 2018

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