Synonyms for kirkburton or Related words with kirkburton
Examples of "kirkburton"
railway station served the village of
, West Yorkshire, England until closure in 1930.
The village is represented on
Parish council and is in the
ward of Kirklees Council.
AFC play in the 1st Division of the West Riding County Amateur Football League at the Gregory Playing Fields on Hallas Road.
Junior Football Club train at the artificial pitches at
Middle School. The village has training facilities for Huddersfield Town at Storthes Hall.
Denby Dale, Dewsbury East, Dewsbury South, Dewsbury West,
1950-1983: The Urban Districts of Colne Valley, Holmfirth,
, Meltham, and Saddleworth.
Dewsbury: Denby Dale, Dewsbury East, Dewsbury South, Dewsbury West,
, Stocksmoor, New Mill, Birds Edge, Upper Cumberworth, Denby Dale, Skelmanthorpe,
1983-1997: The Metropolitan Borough of Kirklees wards of Denby Dale, Dewsbury East, Dewsbury West,
, Mirfield, and Thornhill.
Clayton West | Delph & Dobcross | Elland | Golcar | Hall Bower | Honley | Hoylandswaine |
| Marsden | Scholes | Shelley | Shepley | Skelmanthorpe | Slaithwaite
2010-present: The Metropolitan Borough of Kirklees wards of Denby Dale, Dewsbury East, Dewsbury South, Dewsbury West,
, and Mirfield.
Shelley College caters for students who live in both the
and Denby Dale wards with the students mainly being from the neighbouring middle schools at
and Scissett. It was originally known as Shelley High School only changing to Shelley College when the school attained its specialist status in the field of science.
After the Norman Conquest the village grew from the waste recorded in 1086.
was named after the church was built in 1190 and Highburton was built on the hill. In the Middle Ages the township was part of the Manor of Wakefield and
church was at the head of a parish, that extended to the Holme Valley.
Town Hall: The owners of the nearby mill built Springfield House in the 1830s. It was bought by
Urban District Council in 1935 and taken over as a town hall three years later. The council sold it in 1982. It is a Grade II Listed Building (1978) and a private residence with the grand, if inaccurate, name of "
In the 2010 redistribution, the constituency lost the Labour-leaning ward of Heckmondwike, but gained the Conservative-leaning wards of Denby Dale and
and Highburton have a thriving community association (KHCA.org.uk) that meet at the Burton Village Hall, the former Highburton First School, Northfield Lane, Highburton.
It is part of the
ward of the local council. Road transport links are provided by the A629 and B6116.
Thorncliffe (also marked on some maps as Thorncliff) is a hamlet in the township of
, in the Kirklees district, in the county of West Yorkshire, England.
1950-1955: The Urban Districts of Denby Dale, Dodworth, Hoyland Nether,
, Penistone, and Stocksbridge, and the Rural Districts of Penistone and Wortley.
is the home to
First School and
Middle School. The Adult Education Centre and Special School on Turnshaw Avenue closed in 2006. The village has a partially manned police station, masonic hall, 6 public houses, purpose built health centre (opened October 2005) and dental surgery. The largest housing areas can be found in the areas occupying Riley, Low Town, Brickfields and Turnshaws. North Road and George Street form the main road through the village and houses the majority of shops and businesses.
Nearby settlements include the large town of Huddersfield, the hamlet's post town (five miles to the northwest) and the village of
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