Friday, 13 February 2009

The "Youth of Today" in the Calder Valley

As you may know, The PC Board were recently photographed for the marvelous "500 Faces", a project by local photographer Jason Elliott to coincide with the forthcoming 500th anniversary of the Packhorse Bridge, the titular bridge of Hebden.
If you haven't already, then please check out the two sites:

The headquarters of the 2010 celebrations
The homepage of Jason Elliott's project

Of course we wasted no time in signing up Mr Elliott, a fine specimen of community Hebden Bridge-ness, as a subscripient to our newsletter, and he was delighted with the edition, describing it on his blog as "erudite, topical, witty and wise".
What is even more flattering though is that he used us (by which I don't just mean the board, but the whole PC team) as an example of why young people are still achieving great things, despite the bad press we seem to receive.

To read the full article go here.
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And please check out Jason's personal website here.

The Co-Editor

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