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Wharncliffe Grenoside Wortley recreation subject plan

South Yorkshire (England). Planning Department.

Wharncliffe Grenoside Wortley recreation subject plan

report of survey

by South Yorkshire (England). Planning Department.

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Published by South Yorkshire County Council in [Barnsley] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement[South Yorkshire County Planning Department].
The Physical Object
Pagination63,[41]p.
Number of Pages63
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14362705M

Welcome to the Wharncliffe Heathlands Trust. The Trust helps in the management of Wharncliffe Heath Local Nature Reserve and the surrounding area. The aims of the Trust are: To create, enhance and conserve areas of traditional open landscape in an area centred on Wharncliffe Wood (SK) to the North-west of Sheffield. Our Squad Reviews New Wortley Recreation Ground. It looks like we haven’t had a Squad Member review this listing yet! Why not be the first? Join our Squad today. show all reviews show less. WORDS of readers not our view. Check before travelling. Find us. New Wortley Recreation Ground Whitehall Road Location: Whitehall Road, Leeds, LS12 6EW.

Geograph Britain and Ireland is a web-based project to collect and reference geographically representative images of every square kilometre of the British Isles. Image is taken from the recently re-constructed West Stand at Elland Road Football Stadium, home ground of Leeds United Football Club. Gutters are in the process of being fitted and the view looks north over Wortley Recreation Ground. It was taken by an employee of Marsh, Jones & Cribb of Beeston Road who had the painting contract on the new West Stand.

kilometres to the south of Wortley village within the Barnsley Metropolitan Borough boundary. The land is around one kilometre east of the Wharncliffe Crags escarpment ( south to SK ), of open aspect and is primarily used for sheep grazing/rearing. The area is open access land created under. Grenoside Woods. Homepage Grenoside Woods. Greno Dig Day. Digging, Trail News. Grenoside Woods, ride sheffield, Sheffield wildlife trust. Yes, it’s been the worst summer since Noah shouted “Land Ahoy!” and, yes, many Peak District trails are still wetter more. 16/10/ 0.


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Wharncliffe Grenoside Wortley recreation subject plan by South Yorkshire (England). Planning Department. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The first definite mention of a church in Wortley is in It was originally a chapel of ease and Wharncliffe Grenoside Wortley recreation subject plan book of the parish of Tankersley. The present church dates from around and was financed by Edward Wortley Montagu of Wortley Hall.

There are many monuments in the church to the Wortley family (the Earls of Wharncliffe), including a vault. Wortley to Grenoside Disclaimer: This guide provides additional details to assist horse riders to use the Trans Pennine Trail.

While every effort has been made to ensure that the information given is correct the Trans Pennine Trail and the volunteers who have supplied this information take no responsibility for any errors or omissions. MONTAGU-STUART-WORTLEY Adored daughter of THE 4th.

EARL and COUNTESS OF WHARNCLIFFE. Born 15th. July died tragically March 8th. aged 21 years." Joanna was killed in a car crash. Rowena married John Hunt in Information from web link - In the adjacent Wortley family area is an interesting Wortley headstone.

This is a. Wortley Hall is a stately home in the small South Yorkshire village of Wortley, located south of more than six decades the hall has been chiefly associated with the British Labour is currently used by several trades unions and other organisations as a venue for residential training courses and other meetings, as well as for purely social gatherings.

Wharncliffe Woods (Closed) is located in Grenoside, Sheffield (S35). We organise UK open data by location and signpost the source. Wharncliffe Woods (Closed) - Grenoside. Wharncliffe Woods (Closed) is located in Grenoside, Sheffield (S35).

Address: GRENO WOOD, Woodhead Road, Grenoside, Sheffield, S35 8RS. Centred around the pretty village of Wortley in the heart of South Yorkshires most beautiful countryside lies the historical Wharncliffe Estate.

Wharncliffe Estate invites you to visit the area, whether it’s to stroll around the many beautiful and ancient footpaths and bridleways, enjoy lunch in the Countess tea room next door to the village.

Grenoside The name Grenoside was first recorded in the c13th as ‘Gravenhou’ from the Anglo-Saxon word ‘graefan’ meaning a quarry, ‘o’ from the Old Norse ‘haugr’ meaning hill and the modern word ‘side’, altogether meaning a quarried hillside.

In the c19th quarrying was an important industry in Grenoside. Wortley (pronounced Wurt-lee) is an inner city area of Leeds, West Yorkshire, begins one mile to the west of the city appropriate City of Leeds ward is called Farnley and Wortley. It was known as Wirkelay until about Wortley was a weaving township within the parish of Leeds before it became industrial with coal pits, brickworks, railway yards and engine Metropolitan borough: City of Leeds.

To find the Wharncliffe DH Trails trails, start the "Top carpark" on woodhead road, enter the woods via the green barriers, shortley down the trail you will pass a second barrier. You have two options here, take the XC trail that leeds to the top of the Downhills or slowly make your way down the fire roads/5(19).

The first record of a family with the name of Wortley is that of a Ralph de Wortley in the early 12th Century. Sir Thomas Wortley built Wharncliffe Lodge as a hunting lodge in In the wars between the King and Parliament in Charles I reign, Sir Francis Wortley raised a force of aboutmany from his Wortley estate, to fight for the King.

Don’t forget to take a look through our previous events held here at Wharncliffe Estates. Beer Festival (2nd July ) 2 July, at am - pm; Wortley Arms BBQ and Bands Evening (28th August ). Eating, contemplating, reflecting, relaxing There’s something for everyone here in Wharncliffe Estate.

Guest House Post Office & General Store Wortley Arms Public House St Leonards Countess Tea Room Wortley Mens Club Wortley Farm Shop Vintage Shop. Wortley site plan, In fact, the old buildings continued in use for another half a century.

Fromthe site became Grenoside County Welfare Institution and provided accommodation for what were then termed "mental defectives".

As these ash trees at Wortley date in age about the time when King William arrived in England, it seems probable that they were planted in commemoration of the great historical event.* * The following is entered in Hobson s diary — " 17TH October, — At Wharncliffe Lodge, Hon.

Sidney Wortley, died the Sunday before, about 8 o'clock. Walk - printer friendly version Wortley round including Wharncliffe Crags Walk. Author - Andy Chaplin. Length - miles / km. Ascent - feet / metres. Grade - easy/mod. Start - OS grid reference SK Lat + Long Postcode S35 7DB (approx. location only) Go to South Yorkshire Walks.

Wharncliffe Woods Car Park located at Grenoside (S35) Tel: Contact details and map. Car Parks Find o car parks across 5, UK locations.

April 1, Brightholmlee, Glen Howe Park, Greno Wood, Grenoside, Hall Wood, Morehall Res, River Don, Stanley Hill, Wharncliffe Chase, Wharncliffe Wood, Wheata Wood Pete Sorry for the lack of updates recently, I’ve been on holiday for a few days to Bonnie Scotland and, although I’ve had wanders before and after I went, I haven’t had.

NEW WORTLEY RECREATION GROUND. We took up the problem of footballers parking on Highfield Garth, causing the residents access problems. It seems that teams are training there on a night though they do not have permission to do so.

Parks staff are now dealing with this matter. About Leeds Inspired. The Leeds Inspired website lists thousands of events happening in Leeds every year. You’ll find gigs, exhibitions, dance. NEW WORTLEY RECREATION GROUND is a sports facility in Leeds amenities include Grass Pitches Senior Rugby League Sports Facilities Searchable Location: Whitehall Road, Leeds, LS12 6EW.

Upcoming events, tickets, information, and maps for New Wortley Recreation Ground in Leeds from Entscom, the UK's biggest entertainment website.Greno Woods have been home for mountain bikers for as long as the sport has been in this country; it hosted races up until and provided the training ground for World Downhill Mountain Bike Champion Steve s: InJohn Marius Wilson's Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales described Grenoside like this.

GREENOSIDE, or GRENOSIDE, a large village in Ecclesfield township and parish, W. R. Yorkshire; 2 miles N of Wadsley r. station, and 4½ N by W of has a post office under Sheffield, schools, and a workhouse; and it carries on extensive industry in the cutlery .