Thorncliffe, West Yorkshire

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Thorncliffe (also marked on some maps as Thorncliff) is a hamlet in the township of Kirkburton, in the Kirklees district, in the county of West Yorkshire, England.

History[edit]

Thorncliffe was historically a farming settlement, today it consists of a farm, a plant hire depot, a few houses and the Thorncliffe Working Mens Club.[1][2]

Nearby settlements[edit]

Nearby settlements include the large town of Huddersfield, the hamlet's post town (five miles to the northwest) and the village of Kirkburton.

Other features[edit]

To the east is Thorncliffe Spring wood.

Location grid[edit]

References[edit]

  • AA Huddersfield Street by Street
  • A-Z West Yorkshire

Coordinates: 53°36′56″N 1°41′02″W / 53.6156°N 1.6838°W / 53.6156; -1.6838