Crosland Hill is an old hamlet, there before most of the expansive residential area of Huddersfield now known as
Crosland Hill is the location of the grade II listed early 17th century Crosland Hall, believed to have originally been built as one house, but since divided. Nearby was Crosland Hill Methodist Church, originally built as a Wesleyan Methodist Church and enlarged in 1907. The church was closed and sold in 2019.
Since 1854, Crosland Hill has been the location of the Wellfield Quarries, where natural hard Yorkstone has been quarried not just for the fine stone buildings of Huddersfield, but also for prestige projects in cities including London, Birmingham and Sheffield.
Crosland Hill is also the UK headquarters of a firework company. Standard Fireworks was established in 1891 and located a factory at Crosland Hill in 1910, although since a takeover by Black Cat Fireworks in 1998 production has moved to China.
Other businesses in the area include a caravan sales centre and engineering and building supplies companies.
Around Crosland HillThe Rising Sun is in Crosland Hill Road.
The Sands House is in Blackmoorfoot Road, Crosland Hill.
Crosland Heath Golf Club, founded in 1914, is based at Crosland Heath, off Felks Stile Road, Crosland Hill.
Civil parish councilThere is no civil parish council for this area, which prior to 1974 was in the Huddersfield County Borough.
Metropolitan district councilCrosland Hill is in Crosland Moor and Netherton ward of Kirklees Council.
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