You can download an E-Trail App
For a short walk around Heptonstall, along with other local walks; arranged by The Pennine Heritage Centre. To download the App:-
Many non-conformist chapels in the Upper Calder Valley are still in use, either as churches or other public buildings. A full list can be found at the Valley of a Hundred Chapels website, with zoomable maps and more information. You may also be interested in Amy Binns' book of the same name, available in local bookshops or on Amazon.
The Wesley Historical Society, founded in 1893, is a useful resource covering the history of all branches of the Methodist Church.
A full list of Methodist chapels in the district is available on the Calderdale Methodists website.
The nearest Methodist chapel to Heptonstall is in the centre of Hebden Bridge.
Also nearby is Blackshawhead, still in use, both as a church and by many community groups.
Mount Zion, near Ogden Water, is open as a chapel and heritage centre, with a lovely collection of ceramics, and can be booked for weddings.
Hope Baptist Church, Hebden Bridge, is still in use as a chapel, and is used by many community groups. The public library next door was the Sunday School.
The congregation moved here from a building further down the road, now the Heart arts centre.
Wainsgate, opened in 1859 making it one of the oldest Baptist chapels above Hebden Bridge. It is now cared for by a trust and is open for regular heritage days and concerts.
Birchcliffe, Hebden Bridge, is also no longer operating as a Baptist church but has been imaginatively converted into an arts centre which preserves many of the original features, and is home to Pennine Horizons.
Todmorden Unitarian Church is no longer operating as a church but can still be hired for weddings and conferences and is regularly open to the public.
Although Todmorden has lost many magnificent Methodist buildings, the former Sunday School off Bramsche Square is still in use as a church and community centre, renamed Central Methodist Church.