Nutclough Housing Co-operative began in the Nutclough Tavern in December 2002 in Hebden Bridge, set in the beautiful Calder Valley, West Yorkshire.
The building was formerly a terrace of cottages, part of which used to be a pub
Currently resident are five people, each with a private bedroom, living mostly in the upper floor with a long corridor joining the rooms.
The ground floor of the building is shared communal space consisting of a large, open-plan kitchen/dining area and lounge, with a large, beautiful, terraced, hill-side garden which gets sun all day [if there’s any to be had!]
We have an adjoining gallery/studio space with separate access and facilities, in use for various music/art exhibitions and events, meetings, workshops, and private hires, and also maintain a guest room for visiting artists in residence etc.
Visits from members of other co-ops are welcome, and we love to share the beautiful woods on our doorstep.
We encourage prospective members to participate fully in the co-op and when a room becomes available all non-resident members are considered.
We welcome contact from anyone wishing to know more. Nutclough Housing Co-operative is a member of Radical Routes, a network of co-operatives working for social change.
Our phone is rarely answered, use email please.