I'm in Hebden Bridge a quaint market town in the South Pennines. Situated on the Rochdale canal it was once a hub for the textile industry and is now a tourist destination. It's not snowing but at 8 degrees it's pretty chilly.
And now for a little light refreshment. Above Fotheringills Pharmacy is a 1940s tea shop. This is genius, from the union jack bunting to the ration cards as menu covers its a great idea. Dame Vera Lynn serenades whilst you tuck in to jelly & blacmange. Super.