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Middlecliffe is a small South Yorkshire hamlet straddling the road between Darfield and Great Houghton, close to Barnsley, where Middlecliff Lane joins the B6273 road. It is mostly a collection of current and former council houses, small corner shop, a Working Mans Club and a sports ground. Middlecliffe is the birthplace of footballer Wilf Copping, who played for Leeds United, Arsenal and was capped 20 times for England.
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