The Blue Ball pub at Wharncliffe Side
|Wharncliffe Side shown within Sheffield|
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Wharcliffe Side is located on the west bank of the River Don, approximately 10 km northwest of Sheffield city centre, and 1 km northwest of Oughtibridge, south of the confluence of the Ewden beck and the River Don. The A6102 road passes through the village.
The village has a population of 1355 (2011), and is a commuter village for Sheffield and Stocksbridge. The village is within the Stocksbridge and Upper Don electoral ward. There is a primary school on Brighthomelee Lane. Glen Howe Park is situated at the southern end of the village. The ancient farming hamlet of Brightholmlee lies 0.5 km to the west. a small village pub sits just on the edge of wharncliffe side, named 'The Wharncliffe Arms'.
- Wharncliffe Crags, river Don valley landmark north of the village, associated with the legend of the Dragon of Wantley
- Ordnance survey. 1:25000. c.2012
- Wharncliffe Side is made up of 5 Output Areas in The Stocksbridge and Upper Don ward http://ukcensusdata.com/stocksbridge-and-upper-don-e05001063#sthash.3EoM4KJv.dpbs
- Long, Peter, ed. (2004) , The Hidden Places Of England, Travel Publishing, p. 605, ISBN 1-904-434-12-6
- http://www.wharncliffeside.org.uk/ - Wharncliffe Side Primary School Website
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