Royds, Bradford

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Coordinates: 53°45′11″N 1°45′43″W / 53.753°N 1.762°W / 53.753; -1.762

Royds
Royds Ward 2004.png
2004 Boundaries of Royds Ward
Councillors
1st: Andrew Thornton (Labour Party)
2nd: Gill Thornton (Labour Party)
3rd: Valerie Slater (Labour Party)

Royds (population 16,350 - 2001 UK census) is a Ward in Bradford Metropolitan District in the county of West Yorkshire, England.

Starting from the north end of Royds, the areas covered are Horton Bank Bottom which is shared with Great Horton Ward, then Buttershaw which makes the bulk of the ward, then a portion of the south-west side of Wibsey village. South of Halifax Road is Woodside, east of which is part of Low Moor village, the rest of which is in Wyke ward. At the south end of the ward is the more rural hamlet of Royds Hall.

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