Synonyms for roberttown or Related words with roberttown

grandborough              haselbury              sherington              salcott              greenmeadow              dodderhill              thurlstone              tibberton              fryerning              cimla              thrumster              stoneycroft              lanton              fleckney              paulsgrove              grundisburgh              chedgrave              greenleys              acklam              pavenham              elstead              hensingham              plaxtol              micklebring              llwchwr              scawsby              ridware              hamstall              mulbarton              marldon              denford              hundleby              whitewell              fiddington              inkersall              dibden              ruscombe              felmersham              linktown              gislingham              halstock              ozleworth              ballyhanwood              garrowhill              broomley              ibstone              middlezoy              windwhistle              butleigh              merriott             

Examples of "roberttown"
Liversedge Cricket Club play at Roberttown Lane near to the New Inn and play in the Central Yorkshire League.
Oakenshaw, East Bierley, Hunsworth, Birkenshaw, Drub, Gomersal, Little Gomersal, Littletown, Millsbridge, Liversedge, Roberttown, Hartshead, Clifton, Hightown, Heckmondwike and Scholes.
Roberttown is a village, in the Township of Liversedge in Kirklees, West Yorkshire, England and is historically, part of the West Riding of Yorkshire.
Politically, for Kirklees Council, the Leeds/Huddersfield Road acts as a boundary between electoral wards. Roberttown, Hightown and Littletown are within the Liversedge and Gomersal ward, while Norristhorpe and Flush are part of the Heckmondwike ward.
Keith Tate established the Cleckheaton Boxing Academy in 1975, and has produced 30 national champions as professional boxers, including the British Super featherweight champion boxer Gary 'Five Star' Sykes, and 3 world champions; James 'Roberttown Rocket' Hare, Mark 'Hobbo' Hobson, and 'Super' Steven Conway.
Liversedge comprises several settlements that are all distinctive. Norristhorpe clings to one side of the Spen Valley, looking over the town of Heckmondwike. Roberttown is on the opposite side of the A62. Millbridge is the geographical centre of Liversedge and, with the neighbouring village of Flush, is the place the mills of the woollen industry stood. Towards Cleckheaton are Hightown, Littletown and Popeley Hill.
The local Trerobart and Glanffrwd schools cater for over 450 pupils. The Recreation Ground is the home to many of the village's sporting clubs, hosting rugby, football, cricket and bowls as well as incorporating a large playing area. Drinking establishments include the Roberttown, Constitutional Club and the Old Ynys-y-Bwl Inn.
The company was founded in 1978 by John Halewood (2 May 1947 - October 15, 2011) as Halewood Vintners. It is known as the UK's largest independent drinks manufacturer and distributor. The company headquarters moved to Huyton from Roberttown, West Yorkshire in 1993. John Halewood died in October 2011, he is survived by four children and three grandchildren and the business remains family-owned.
Hightown is a hamlet within the parish of Liversedge, West Yorkshire, England, with a diverse socioeconomic culture. Historically part of the West Riding of Yorkshire, to the north, neighbouring the border with Calderdale, is the Windybank council estate. To the east is Hightown Road, where some houses are valued at over a million pounds, and to the south bordering Mirfield and Roberttown is a very middle class private housing estate.
The company continued as an independent manufacturer until 1973 when bought out by the Monarch Machine Tool Company of Sidney, Ohio, USA. By this time the company was noted for equipping the engineering research laboratories and workshops at UMIST in Manchester. The same laboratory continues to use the same machines into the 21st century, citing them in their research publications. When Monarch went into bankruptcy the company was bought by Newsmith Stainless Limited of Roberttown, West Yorkshire, and now trades as Dean Smith & Grace Lathes UK Limited.
James "Roberttown Rocket" Hare () born in Dewsbury is an English amateur feather/lightweight and professional light welter/welter/light middle/middleweight boxer of the 1990s and 2000s who as an amateur was runner-up for the 1991 Amateur Boxing Association of England (ABAE) Junior Class-A featherweight (57 kg) title, against Daniel Happe (Honor Oak ABC), boxing out of Batley ABC, and won the 1992 Amateur Boxing Association of England (ABAE) Junior Class-B lightweight (60 kg) title, against George Robshaw (Dale Youth), boxing out of Batley and Dewsbury ABC, and as a professional won the European Boxing Union (EBU) European Union (EU) welterweight title, World Boxing Federation (WBF) welterweight title, and Commonwealth welterweight title, and was a challenger for the British Boxing Board of Control (BBBofC) British welterweight title against David Barnes, his professional fighting weight varied from , i.e. light welterweight to , i.e. middleweight.