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Cross the ring road and continue up towards Marsh on Trinity Street. At the roundabout which has The Junction Pub on it, you will see the Park entrance on your left.
An approximately ten-minute walk from the town centre. You will pass the bottom entrance of the park as you walk up. You may enter the park by the Park Lodge entrance and walk up through to the Marsh Fold gates.
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Getting there by road Head out of Huddersfield on the A Greenhead Park is opposite The Junction Pub. Approximately two minutes from town centre. Come off the M62 at junction 23 onto the A Head towards Huddersfield town centre until you see The Junction Pub on your right.
The park is opposite. Approximately seven minutes from junction There is no parking within the park but there are parking spaces around the outside perimeter.
Accreditations Officially course measured and insured by runbritain license. The Primitive Methodists built their first chapel in Horbury in in High Street, and four years later the Wesleyans built a chapel on the adjoining plot to replace the one in Cluntergate.
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The Free Methodists built a small chapel in Queen Street in which served them until when they built a larger one at the bottom of Bank Street which was bought by Nettleton's in The Primitive Methodists built a larger chapel in on the site of their building, and the Wesleyans similarly replaced their chapel in The Wesleyans had established a mission in Horbury Junction in and built a chapel there in Inmany years after Methodist Union, the congregations of the former Wesleyan and Primitive churches amalgamated using the Wesleyan building for worship and the Primitive's Sunday school for other activities The congregation of the Horbury Junction chapel joined them in In the building, having been found to be unsafe, was demolished and a new church was constructed further back from the High Street and connected to the old Sunday School.
The new building was formally opened on 10th September Public services[ edit ] Horbury Library on Westfield Road was built in with a donation from the Carnegie foundation. It celebrated its centenary in with the making of a community tapestry, which now hangs in the library. Pinderfields Hospital is the nearest hospital with an Accident and Emergency department.
Community health services, including GPsdistrict and community nurses, dentists and pharmacists, are co-ordinated by Wakefield District Primary Care Trust. Yorkshire Water manages Wakefield's drinking and waste water. His nephew bought Sunroyd House in and renamed it "Carr Lodge". In his autobiography, he said that Ossett and Horbury were the "border country" where the north-west of the coalfield merges with the south-east of the wool towns.
William Bainesborn inwas a pianist and prolific composer who died in of tuberculosis; he composed two hundred works, the majority for solo piano.