Our short stay here was part of a tour so we motored on to Hebden Bridge itself before going on site. We squeezed ourselves into a small car park alongside the canal and had a couple of hours for lunch and a wander round. We noted later that many people park along the road into the town. We managed to see around the waterways, have lunch in a nice café and do some shopping, Yorkshire curd tarts were on the agenda (we found a bakery.) We didn't do too well getting to the site as the flood prevention roadworks where in full swing and we missed the turning, beware the approach through Mytholmroyd which is very busy with roadworks. We had opted for a non awning pitch as most are at the back near the river and we had a nice peaceful spot, we paid our fees when the wardens returned late afternoon. This little site is immaculate with nice plantings and landscaping, we enjoyed our brief visit.