Project Wild Thing offer - here’s what you need to do

Project Wild Thing film-maker David Bond with his son Albie
Project Wild Thing film-maker David Bond with his son Albie

Due to a production error in this week’s Hebden Bridge Times and Todmorden News, the promotional coupon saving you admission money off full price tickets for the Project Wild Thing film screening and event at Hebden Bridge Picture House on Tuesday, November 26, was not published correctly.

To take advantage of the offer, you should either take your copy of the newspaper, or the front page, with you to present at the box office when booking.

There will also be some vouchers available at main retailers.

The offer saves you £1 admission off full price tickets or 50p off concessions for up to four people to see Project Wild Thing, which is screened at 7.45pm (doors open at 7.15pm) at Hebden Bridge Picture House, New Road, Hebden Bridge town centre.

The project features film-maker David Bond, who is a worried man. His children’s waking hours are dominated by a cacophony of marketing and a screen dependence he fears is threatening to turn them into glassy-eyed zombies.

Like city kids everywhere, they spend way too much time indoors - and that’s not what it was like in his day. David aims to get back to nature, literally, re-connecting his family - and through the film, others - with the muddy green spaces that used to provide so much enjoyment, learning and appreciation of what they offer us.

The screening has been kindly sponsored by Gullsedge, which shares many of the film-maker’s aims in reconnecting children and their families to nature - visit to find out more. Staff from the Gullsedge team will be there on the night from 7.15pm.