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Todmorden Information Centre - Services


Todmorden Information Centre is situated directly opposite the Town Hall on Burnley Road. Please see the map below.

Todmorden Information Centre provides information about local things to see and do: walks, footpaths, riding opportunities, bus and train timetables (bus station 100 metres from TIC, train station 100 metres), hotels and guest houses and local events.

Todmorden Information Centre has a wide range of information and brochures covering not only Todmorden and Calderdale but also about other parts of Yorkshire and the rest of England.

Todmorden Information Centre sells a wide range of souvenirs, maps, cards and books about Todmorden as well as glass ware, fine china, gifts, reproductions of Victorian prints of local views and paintings. Todmorden has a particularly fine set of picture postcards by local photographers. Charity Christmas cards are also available from October to December.

Todmorden Information Centre offers exhibition space to local artists and photographers, whose work is usually for sale. If you are interested in exhibiting, please contact us or click here for an application form or the terms and conditions.

You can also book tickets for theatres in Halifax, Bradford, Oldham and of course, Todmorden.

Todmorden Information Centre is unusual in that it is owned and run by a local trust not the local authority and has a mixture of professional and volunteer staff. It relies heavily on donations from the general public, if you would like to donate please download our Friends of the T.I.C. form.

We are members of Enjoy England and Welcome to Yorkshire.

 Todmorden Tourist Information Centre

Opening Hours

Mon: 10am - 4pm
Tue: 10am - 4pm
Wed: 10am - 4pm
Thu: 10am - 4pm
Fri: 10am - 4pm
Sat: 10am - 4pm
From April to September we are also open on Sundays

Sun: 10.45am - 2.30pm

We are open all Bank Holidays except for Christmas and New Year.



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The name Todmorden first appears in 1641 and is generally accepted to mean Totta’s boundary-valley, probably a reference to the valley running northwest from the town, although the name “marshy valley of the fox” has also been proposed. The earliest written record of the area is in the Domesday Book (1086), at which time most people were living in scattered farms or in isolated hilltop agricultural settlements. Packhorse trails were marked by ancient stones of which many still survive.

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