HebTroCo Bizarre Bazaar

Saturday 16th September 10am-5pm

Join HebTroCo and friends for a day of street food, drinks and shopping, at the Birchcliffe Centre in Hebden Bridge, HX7 8DG.

Clothing for men and women from high quality, independent clothing brands will be available to try on and buy.


We will have a full range of trousers to try on and buy. CNC and Garrison belts will be available to see and order and we have a limited number available to buy on the day. We have a full size range of Moto Boots to try on as well as size 8 and 10 Chukka Boots. our sample 1485 Wool Jackets will also be on show.

From socks to soap, t-shirts, jackets, underpants and sunglasses. Trickett England are impossible to define. They will be joining us at the Bizarre Bazaar will an eclectic selection of goods for sale including the launch of brand new products.

Sheffield womenswear brand Line Cut Supply will have their collection of high quality, versatile and minimal clothing. Inspired by workwear the garments are robust, have proper pockets and are ethically made.

Ruby Creagh makes our CNC Belts in Hebden Bridge. She also has her own range of leather bags, accessories and belts for women.

The Can’t Quit Cartel will be there with a bunch of cool stuff including a rad new design. Can’t Quit Cartel is a brand, a passion and a cause. Founder Steve is an old friend who started this company after an accident that left him paralysed. Not one to just lie down, he is a constant reminder to us all to get up and STAY RAD. “IT’S NOT ABOUT HOW YOU FALL BUT ABOUT HOW YOU GET BACK UP”

New brand The Bone Market will have their collection of t-shirts and accessories.The Bone Market is run by our friend Mary, a designer and maker who has just started her own brand offering clothing and accessories.


Happy food for all meat eaters and veggie/vegans

Slow and Low Brisket – 24 hours in the making – locally sourced Brisket cooked hot and fast and then low and slow – served with gherkins, home made cheese sauce, hot sauce and tabbouleh and coleslaw
The Big Frank – Chilli dogs done properly – a proper german wurst, smother in home chill made from locally sourced chuck steak mince and dry cure bacon,specially minced for us, comes with gherkins hot sauce ( If it’s not hot enough) home made cheese sauce and salads.
We’ve also got a Vegetarian frank, with veggie chilli veg dog still with cheeses sauce, chilli sauce, gherkins and salad
Nachos! Slathered in homemade Chilli and cheese with a vegan Chilli and cheese option

The Pig and Barrel will be serving craft beer and running gin tastings. Sean, HebTroCo employee number one, not only runs our warehouse and packs the orders but also runs the Pig & Barrel a tasty gin and beer bar at Hebden Bridge train station. They will be running gin tastings and running a craft beer bar. Four fresh, cold beers from Legitimate Industries from Leeds, Runaway from Manchester, Northern Monk from Leeds and a limited edition beer from Brew York that’s been brewed a second time after it’s maiden voyage went intergalactic.

Gin tastings will also be running every hour showcasing five of the best gins from both sides of the border, including a gin created by masters of their trade from either side of it.

The HebTroCo decks and soundsystem will be providing the music.



The Birchcliffe Centre
Hebden Bridge
West Yorkshire
HX7 8DG*

From the Railway Station (less than one mile/approx 15 minutes walk):
Follow the only road out of the station carpark, across the river, past the park.
At the T-junction turn left onto Burnley Rd (towards town).
Take the first right signposted to Keighley.
After 300 metres go right again onto Birchcliffe Rd – it’s signposted and steeply uphill.
Go past the left turnings into Edward St and Chapel Avenue; the next building is The Birchcliffe Centre (an old Baptist Chapel).
Hebden Bridge is less than an hour by train from both Leeds and Manchester.

Local buses to and from the train station – the stop is directly outside the Birchcliffe Centre. Take the Dodd Naze Circular and ask the driver to drop you at the Birchcliffe Centre. It’ll take about 5 minutes.

By Car/Satnav – use postcode HX7 8DG, however the carpark is not on Chapel Avenue (a narrow cul-de-sac, impossible to turn a car around in) but next left just after the Birchcliffe Centre 40 metres further up the hill.


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