to Dec 10



Our fun and fabulous Christmas event is on 9th and 10th of December this year. With 2 days of things to do, taste and buy! We've got local makers selling their wares, locally made food to tickle your tastebuds and fun things to do.

We've got 21 stalls spread over the two days, with different makers on each day:


Ailsa Lishman Textiles, Pippa Dyrlaga Paper Cut Artist, Hannah Griffiths Embroidery, Catherine Woodall Jewellery, Ruby Creagh Leather Bags, Rachel Red Print and Gifts, The Printed Peanut and Whitehall Studio Knitwear!


Emma Charleston Print and Zines, Saima Kaur Embroidery, Rachel Lucie Jewellery, KittyDog Designs Dog Wear, Julia Ogden Print, Ali Haley Jewellery, Hannah Honeywill Artist, Woody Woods Screen Print and Bonkers Clutterbucks!

On both days we're welcoming back the delicious Pextement Cheese and Sally from Kingfisher Flowers with her festive wreaths and NEW - our Marie-Claire with a showcase of local producers from Todmorden Food Assembly!

And last but not least, absolutely beauts hot food from our mates Out to Lunch!

There'll be a licenced bar with local beers and hot mulled wine, kids (and grown-ups) activities and some live music for your ears. We'll see you there for a TOTALLY TROPICAL TIME!

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Learn to Screen Print - November
to Nov 22

Learn to Screen Print - November

Our comprehensive course covers all the essentials for the rookie screen printer; including coating and exposing a screen using the photo emulsion technique, two colour separation, registration and the delicate art of handling a squeegee correctly.


Our first of four sessions, the first week we look at design and colour separation. Whether you've brought your completed design with you or you haven't got a clue what you want to produce, we'll guide you through the process either by hand or in Photoshop.


On the second evening of the course, you'll learn how to degrease, coat and expose your screen, as well as having a little go at a stencil screen print, just for fun!


Start printing!

Participants use this week to get to grips with their squeegee technique and start to feel confident with ink. Discover the secrets of registration and test out colour combinations ready for your final prints next week!


In this final week you'll print your final four items, supplied by us, as well as some more if you want them.  You can bring some t-shirts to print for your friends, fabric for cushions or you can buy paper and textiles here at The Egg Factory.

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How to be a Craftivist - the art of gentle protest Book Launch
7:00 PM19:00

How to be a Craftivist - the art of gentle protest Book Launch

We are proud to welcome Sarah Corbett back to The Egg Factory for an evening of lively discussion with Helen Meller, Director of the Hebden Bridge Arts Festival and to launch her new book How to be a Craftivist.

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In these times of social, political and economic uncertainty, a new handbook is offering citizens the opportunity to take part in a quiet but powerful form of activism that provokes collaboration and conversation in place of division and conflict.

How to be a Craftivist: The Art of Gentle Protest has been designed to help people use craftivism (craft + activism) to thread love, humility and beauty through their activism instead of hate, ugliness or aggression.

Sarah will be available to sign copies of the book before and after the event.

7pm arrival for a 7.30pm start, with drinks available from our pop-up bar!

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The Hebden Bridge Annual EGGSTRAVAGANZA!
11:00 AM11:00

The Hebden Bridge Annual EGGSTRAVAGANZA!

As promised in the Hebden Bridge Annual, we're holding a fabulous family fun day to celebrate the Annual and everyone in it! With guided walks, games, dressing up and stuff for grown ups as well, the EGGSTRAVAGANZA is going to be egg-cellent!

Free to attend, you will need to book to take part in certain activities, like the walks, so watch this space for more info.

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