Mirfield is a small town and civil parish in Kirklees, forming part of the heavy woollen district, situated close to the River Calder and having excellent rail links to Leeds, Manchester and London. Also convenient for the M62 motorway, making it a popular place to live for those needing to commute.
This vibrant town sits between Leeds and Manchester and has a long history, with associations with Robin Hood, the Luddites and the Bronte sisters and is in fact the home town of Hollywood actor Patrick Stewart.
St Mary's Church situated on Church Lane is the main Church of England parish church for the town. A familiar land mark which dominates the sky line, the current building is a large Gothic Revival structure designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott, replacing an older structure, the tower of which still survives a short distance from the present building.
There is access to the Spen Valley Greenway which is popular with walkers and cyclists and there are plenty of open green spaces to enjoy a leisurely walk or feed the ducks by the river. The town was entered into the 'Britain in Bloom' competition representing Yorkshire. Local residents, volunteers and various community groups have been busy placing large planters, hanging baskets and stocking flower beds in and around the town.
The centre has a variety of shops including cafés, florists, butchers, restaurants, pharmacy, sandwich shops, hairdressers, traditional shoe shop and supermarkets. There is a bank, post office and library not to mention various pubs and cocktail bars.
The sought after Primary and Secondary schools and large mixture of house types entice young families to the area.
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