We sell online and we like it that way. By avoiding the mark up, that is incurred by passing on goods to be handed over by someone else, we are able to offer premium quality British made clothing at a more affordable price. You won’t find HebTroCo products on the high street.
Even though we don’t have a shop we still get keen visitors seeking us out and knocking on our warehouse door. It seems that some people really like coming to see us and where we’re from. We like it too. We’ve always enjoyed meeting the people that allow us to make a living doing something we love.
We’ve decided it’s about time we made it a bit easier for people to come to try on and buy our products from us. We’re not always in the unit because there’s only two of us and we do everything involved in getting our great British made products to market. We also like riding our bikes and going to the pub.
If you would like to come and try on HebTroCo products then please email us to make an appointment. We can take card payments.
If you don’t want to book, or are just passing, we have got a small presence in Dynamite, our friend’s independent clothes shop nearby. Kate’s got a good stock of our stuff, but with so many options of trousers we’d struggle to cover everything for everyone. She’s great, and well worth a visit.
Why not make a day of it and visit some of the local delights? These are our recommendations, which you will notice are food and drink orientated:-
Our nearest train station is Mytholmroyd, one stop and two minutes from Hebden Bridge which is on the line from Leeds, Manchester and beyond if you want to go on a bar hop.
Food :: Hinchliffe Arms, Cragg Vale. Just a couple of minutes drive from us. Rob Owen Brown, a regular guest on Radio Four’s Kitchen Cabinet, uses the best fresh and local produce to create really tasty, honest and creative dishes. We’re especially fond of his Craggy Egg, which is a pickled egg wrapped in sausage meat and black pudding, with a top coat of crushed pork scratchings. Don’t worry there are veggie options too!
Food: Greens vegetarian restaurant, Hebden Bridge. Delicious food that even meat eaters will enjoy. They do an amazing veggie burger which is full of umami savoury flavour.
Food and Drink :: Vocation, Hebden Bridge. Our favourite craft beer bar the likes of which you only usually find in big cities. Also serve tapas style dishes.
Food and Drink :: Old Gate bar and restaurant, Hebden Bridge. The place where we had the idea for HebTroCo at table number 9. Good selection of proper beers and quality food.
Drink :: Drink? Hebden Bridge. Real ale and craft beer bottle shop and bar. Take some beer home if you’re driving.
All the above are dog friendly and won’t be bothered if you have mucky boots on. Google the places for locations / opening times.
You can also go for a walk in the National Trust estate, Hardcastle Crags. Marked walks in beautiful, steep sided valley with twinkling river, nice trees and craggy rock outcrops.