By car: Todmorden can be reached from the M62, M1, M6 and M65. From the M62 eastbound leave at junction 21 and junction 24 westbound. From the M65 leave at junctions 9, 10 or 11.
By train: There are regular train services from Manchester and Leeds. For train information, please visit www.northernrailway.co.uk.
By bus: There are regular bus services from Halifax, Burnley and Rochdale. For bus information, please visit www.wymetro.com.
8 Rochdale Rd, Todmorden OL14 5AA
The Todmorden Industrial and Cooperative Society opened Todmorden’s ‘free’ library with its distinctive dome and cupola in 1860. The Library has a vibrant programme of author events, poetry readings and workshops for all ages that run throughout the year. The venue is wheelchair accessible.
83 Halifax Road, Todmorden OL14 5BB
Todmorden Hippodrome Theatre opened in 1908 and has been an integral part of the community for over a hundred years. The theatre has a varied and dynamic programme and is run by a team of dedicated volunteers. The Hippodrome is located in the centre of the town. You can find information about the theatre’s access policy here
Bridge St, Todmorden OL14 5AA
Todmorden Town Hall was once situated in both Lancashire and Yorkshire until the county boundary was moved on in 1888. The Grade 1 listed building was gifted to the people of Todmorden by the Fielden family in 1891, and holds a strong place in the hearts of local people. The Town Hall is wheelchair accessible with disabled toilets and a lift to the main hall.
Burnley Rd, Todmorden OL14 7BD
St Mary’s Church is the oldest church in Todmorden and a Grade II listed building. The church is the hub of many activities in the town and host to Todmorden Food Bank. The venue is wheelchair accessible.
Union Street, Todmorden. OL14 5AW
The present Methodist Church in Todmorden was built in 1906. The church is fully accessible to people with reduced mobility and has lift access to the upper floor.
Honey Hole Road, Todmorden OL14 6LE
The beautiful 19th century gothic revival church is a Grade 1 listed building that stands in an elevated position overlooking Todmorden. The church is approximately 10 minutes walk from the town centre and has limited parking for disabled drivers. The venue is fully wheelchair accessible.
Rise Lane, Todmorden OL14 7AA
The Queen Hotel is a Grade II listed building originally built in 1840 to serve the adjacent railway. The venue has wheelchair access from street level to the bar and function room.
31a Rochdale Rd, Todmorden OL14 7LA
Kava is an independent coffee house, vegetarian restaurant and host to Wednesday Writers’ regular open mic nights. Kava is a short walk from the railway station and the market. Free car parking is available to the rear of the building in Oxford Street car park.
Todmorden Railway Station, Rise Lane, Todmorden OL14 7AA
The gallery is located in the former parcels office on Platform 1 of Todmorden Station. Platform One is run by Todmorden Art Group, a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to providing affordable exhibition space and artist studios. The gallery is open from 11am until 4pm, Thursday through Sunday and is staffed by member volunteers. The station platform and the gallery have level access and disabled parking spaces nearby.
29 Rochdale Road, Todmorden OL14 7LA
The former Todmorden and Industrial Co-operative building is over 150 years old and retains its original shop front and gilded glass sign. Free car parking is available to the rear of the building in Oxford Street car park.