High Flatts

Penistone Road, High FlattsPenistone Road, High FlattsQuaker BottomHigh Flatts is a country hamlet 7 miles south-south-east of Huddersfield town centre (10 miles by road) in the direction of Penistone.

It is the location of an iron age hill fort of which there are few earthwork remains. Flint arrow heads and tools and stone axe head fragments found at the site are kept at Tolson Museum, Moldgreen.

The area has a few groups of stone cottages and some scattered houses and farm buildings, but is particularly noted for its historic Quaker Meeting House at Firth Lane, Quaker Bottom.

Meetings were established in a barn there around 1652 when the Society of Friends was just emerging. The building was converted into a purpose-built meeting house in 1697 and rebuilt in 1754. The Meeting House, which is Grade II listed.

Around High Flatts

The High Flatts Quaker Meeting House is at Firth Lane, Quaker Bottom.  High Flatts Quaker Meeting website


Local government

Civil parish council

High Flatts is in the Denby and Cumberworth ward of the civil parish run by Denby Dale Parish Council.
 Denby Dale Parish Council website

Metropolitan district council

High Flatts is in the Denby Dale ward of the metropolitan district of Kirklees.
 Kirklees Council website

Travel

Bus services

D3 Monday - Saturday daytime

D3 at Upper DenbyHuddersfield Bus station - Aspley - Moldgreen - Dalton Wakefield Road - Waterloo Morrisons - Fenay Bridge Penistone Road - Lepton Highgate Crescent, Rowley Lane - Kirkburton North Road, Riley Lane - Shelley Penistone Road - Shepley Marsh Lane, The Sovereign crossroads - Birds Edge - High Flatts - Upper Denby - Lower Denby - Denby Dale Village centre and station Penistone line.

Timetable at  Metro      Timetables and information at  Team Pennine


Road travel

The A629 Penistone Road runs through the hamlet.



Other places near Upper Denby: Birds Edge Denby Dale Upper Denby


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