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Hinchliffe Mill


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Hinchliffe Mill is a village in the upper Holme Valley, about 6 miles south-south-west of Huddersfield town centre (7.5 miles by road) and 1.5 miles south-west of Holmfirth.

Much of the village is arranged around Woodhead Road, leading between Holmfirth and Holmbridge, and around Dobb Lane, leading to the hamlet of Dobb, where the village school is situated.

Part of the village was extensively used during the filming of TV's longest-run comedy series Last Of The Summer Wine when for many years it was the location of the home of characters Wesley and Edie Pegden.

The village grew during the industrial revolution when many mills were built along the floor of the Holme Valley, drawing people from cottage weaving in farming communities in small hamlets on the valley's hillsides. A four-storey mill powered by a water wheel was established in Hinchliffe Mill in 1832, but later became a larger mill with steam power.

Hinchliffe Mill was badly hit by the flood of 1852 when the dam of Bilberry Reservoir burst. Cottages in Water Street were swept away and 41 people in the village lost their lives, representing around half the total death toll from the flood in the Holme Valley.

Around Hinchliffe Mill

Hinchliffe Mill has a convenience store in Woodhead Road. The village also has a hair salon.
The Stumble Inn is in Woodhead Road.
The Stumble Inn offers dining and caters for functions.
Corn Loft Tea Rooms are in Woodhead Road.
A guest house at the tea rooms offers bed and breakfast.
Dobb Lane bridges the River Holme in Hinchliffe Mill.
Hinchliffe Mill Junior and Infant School is at the corner of Water Side Lane and Hollin Brigg Lane in the hamlet of Dobb, between Holmbridge and Hinchliffe Mill.  Hinchliffe Mill Junior and Infant School website
Hinchliffe Mill is in the Holme Valley South ward of the metropolitan district of Kirklees.  Kirklees Council website

It is also in the civil parish run by Holme Valley Parish Council.  Holme Valley Parish Council website


Travel

Bus services

314

Huddersfield Bus station - Lockwood - Berry Brow Parkgate - Honley Bridge - Brockholes - New Mill - Wooldale New Mill Road - Holmfirth Bus station - Hinchliffe Mill Woodhead Road - Holmbridge - Holme

Timetable at  Metro     Service information at  First

351 Friday only, infrequent service

Holmfirth Bus station - Hinchliffe Mill - Holmbridge - Holme - Holme Moss - Torside Visitor centre - Glossop

Timetable at  Metro   Timetables (.pdf format) at  South Pennine Community Transport

H5 Monday to Saturday daytime

Holmfirth Bus station - Greenfield Road - Burnlee Burnlee Road - Woodside View, Shawfield Avenue, Shaw Lane -
Hinchliffe Mill -
Woodhead Road, Co-op Lane, Dobb Lane, Dobb Top Road
Woodhead Road, Fairfields Road
Holmbridge Smithy Lane, Woodhead Road, Broadfield Park, Field End Lane, Holmclose

Timetable at  Metro     Timetables (.pdf format) at  Stotts Coach Travel

Road travel

The A6024 links Hinchliffe Mill to Holmfirth and towards Huddersfield. In the opposite direction the road goes to Holmbridge where it climbs to the village of Holme and then to a height of a height of 524m (1,719ft) on the route over Holme Moss into Derbyshire. The road is sometimes closed by heavy snow in winter.



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