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Burnley Road, Luddendenfoot
Luddendenfoot shown within West Yorkshire
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|EU Parliament||Yorkshire and the Humber|
Between 1840 and 1962 the village was served by Luddendenfoot railway station.
There is a primary school called Luddendenfoot Academy, formerly Luddendenfoot Junior and Infant school.
Cultural reference and notable people
- Luddendenfoot is the subject of a poem by Simon Armitage, in which he comments on the rumoured pagan practices of the town.
- The actor Peter Alexander, who starred in Emmerdale Farm and numerous pantomimes in Yorkshire, lives here.
- Luddenden was also used as the exterior funeral parlour for the then Yorkshire Television's In Loving Memory.
- "Luddendenfoot". 2010. Retrieved 20 January 2014.
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