Who we work with

We work alongside:

  • Calderdale Council Rights of Way Department by liaising about routes we are working on and seeking advice about standards
  • Calderdale Countryside Service and continue to do work as volunteers for them
  • Walkers Action, Ramblers and other walking groups who tell us what needs doing

We have worked for the following clients:

  • Mytholmroyd Walkers Action – working on their children’s walk
  • Hebden Bridge Walkers Action – repairing the routes of self guided walks
  • Pennine Horizons – working on e-Trails
  • Cragg Vale Community Association – working on a new path above Cragg Brook
  • Calderdale Long Distance Walkers Association repairing parts of the Hebden Route
  • National Trust working on the riverside path
  • Blackshaw, Wadsworth and Heptonstall Parish Councils
  • Todwalkers

We also would like to acknowledge support from:

  • White Ribbon Campaign for providing us with a depot
  • Calderdale Community Foundation for a grant for buying tools
  • Hebden Bridge Town Council for offering the possibility of financial help if we get stuck
  • Windsor Road Residents for agreeing to open their permissive path
  • Thomson Reuters for funding work in Cragg Vale
  • CALVAG for always delivering on time
  • Calder Futures for the loan of some tools
  • Calderdale Countryside Service for supporting the initiative and providing advice on habitat
  • Mr Nash for helping us with tools
  • Calderdale Council Rights of Way officers for providing advice and guidance
  • Friends of Calderdale Countryside for a grant for buying tools
  • Individual people who have given us tools or made individual donations